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Apollodorus (b.394 BC) the orator, was a son of Pasion (a former slave and probably the richest banker in Greece) and Archippe.

Seven speeches are known from Demosthenes.

  • Against Stephanus
  • Against Nicostratus
  • Against Callippus
  • Against Timotheus
  • Against Polycles
  • Against Euergus and Mnesiboulus
  • Against Neaira

Jeremy Trevett, Apollodoros the Son of Pasion. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1992. ISBN 0-19-814790-2. (Review)

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