books

Books about Timarchus:

booksThree selections from Plutarch's Genius of Sokrates: Who the genii are, The dream of Timarchus, The care of the... by Plutarch. (Jan 1, 1904)

booksThe Speeches of Aeschines (Against Timarchus. On the Embassy. Against Ctesiphon) (The Loeb Classical Library,... by Aeschines and Charles Darwin Adams (1968)

booksThe Speeches: Against Timarchus, on the Embassy, Against Ctesiphon. With an English Translation by Charles Darwin... by Aeschines (Jun 23, 2013)

booksThree selections from Plutarch's Genius of Sokrates. Who the genii are, The dream of Timarchus, The care of the... by Plutarch Plutarch and Kenneth Sylvan Guthrie (Sep 10, 2010)

booksThe Speeches of Aeschines: Against Timarchus, On the Embassy, Against Ctesiphon by Charles Darwin Adams (1958)

booksTHE SPEECHES OF AESCHINES With an English Translation. Against Timarchus; on the Embassy; Against Ctesiphon. by Charles Darwin, Tr. Aeschines. Adams (1968)

booksTimarchus Satrap of Babylon/Alex G. Malloy sales catalog by Alex G. Malloy (1972)

wiki

Wiki information Timarchus:

Timarchus
Man, Deceased Person, Person

Timarchus or Timarch was a usurper in the Seleucid empire between 163–160 BC. A Greek nobleman, possibly from Miletus in Asia Minor, Timarchus was a friend of the Seleucid prince Antiochus IV Epiphanes during his time as a hostage to the Roman...

Against Timarchus

Against Timarchus is a speech by Aeschines in 346 BC defending himself against accusations of treason and collusion with the enemy, Philip II of Macedon. Instead of refuting the accusations directly, Aeschines uses Athenian Civil Procedure to argue...