Callias sentence example
- 5 The " peace of Callias " is perhaps a fiction of the 4th century orators.
- Many cases occur where such an office was hereditary; thus the family of Callias at Athens were proxeni of the Spartans.
- Callias And Hipponicus The exports from Callao are guano, sugar, cotton, wool, hides, silver, copper, gold and forest products, and the imports include timber and other building materials, cotton and other textiles, general merchandise for personal, household and industrial uses, railway material, coal, kerosene, wheat, flour and other food stuffs.
- Of these the best known were: the Kolakes, in which he pilloried the spendthrift Callias, who wasted his substance on sophists and parasites; Maricas, an attack on Hyperbolus, the successor of Cleon, under a fictitious name; the Baptae, against Alcibiades and his clubs, at which profligate foreign rites were practised.
- Peace was made with Sparta, and, if we are to believe 4thcentury orators, a treaty, the Peace of Callias or of Cimon, was concluded between the Great King and Athens in 449 after the death of Cimon before the walls of Citium in Cyprus.Advertisement
- The meaning of this so-called Peace of Callias is doubtful.
- That struggle was not terminated by the battle of Mycale and the capture of Sestos in 479 B.C. It continued for thirty years longer, to the peace of Callias (but see Callias and Cimon).
- Callias and Socrates differ in matter but are the same in essence, as rational animals.
- Socrates and Callias, are in no way the same, but only similar, even in essence, e.g.
- Socrates is one rational animal, Callias another.Advertisement
- Socrates and Callias, is their one form or essence only as conjoined with different matters, e.g.
- On seeing Callias my perception is of man, not Callias, or even man-Callias.
- In 371 a fresh peace congress was summoned at Sparta to ratify the Peace of Callias.
- Owing to the silence of Thucydides and other reasons, many scholars regard it as merely a cessation of hostilities (see Cimon and Callias, where authorities are quoted).