Dio Chrysostom or “Golden Mouth” (ca. 40–115 CE) was many things—rhetorician, orator, philosopher, historian, moralist as well as enemy and friend of Roman Emperors.  Within this Tier 5 Advanced Greek Reader of the AGROS series, the Greek text of Kingship Oration 1 is provided on the left page with glosses for Greek words occurring less than thirteen times in the Greek New Testament provided in footnotes. On the following page is space for composing one’s own translation and at the bottom a new English translation is provided for comparison. This is an ideal resource for self-study or classroom use.

Dio Chrysostom's Kingship Oration 1

  • Fredrick J. Long & J. R. Wright

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