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From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository. Where their system of democracy allowed them to have a voice amongst those who made important decisions that would affect them.

Wills never claims that Lincoln drew on it as a source, though Edward Everettwho delivered a lengthy oration at the same ceremony at Gettysburg, began by describing the “Athenian example”. Greek text and English translation thereof available online at the Perseus Project.

Thucydides says early in his History that the speeches presented are not verbatim records, but are intended to represent the main ideas of what was said and what was, according to Thucydides, “called for in the situation”.


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funbre The bones were kept for the funeral at the end of the year. Thucydides’ Greek is notoriously difficult, but the language of Pericles Funeral Oration is considered by many viscurso be the most difficult and virtuosic passage in the History of the Peloponnesian War. Because as they are described by Pericles, Athenian citizens were perjcles from the citizens of other nations — they fuenbre open minded, tolerant, and ready to understand and follow orders.

The Invention of Athens. Retrieved November 26, An Evaluation” Charles E. Therefore, he proceeds to point out that the greatest honour and act of valour in Athens is to live and die for freedom of the state Pericles believed was different and more special than any other neighbouring city. Thus, choosing to die resisting, rather than to live submitting, they fled only from dishonour Then a funeral procession was held, with ten cypress coffins carrying discurao remains, one for each of the Athenian tribesand another for the remains that could not be identified.

All articles with unsourced statements Articles with unsourced statements from December In his speech, Pericles states that he had been emphasising the greatness of Athens in order to convey that the citizens of Athens must continue to support the war, to show them that what they were fighting for was of the utmost importance. The Art of Abraham Lincoln”. Public domain Public domain false false.

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Several funeral orations from classical Athens are still extant, which seem to corroborate Thucydides ‘ assertion that this was a regular feature of Athenian funerary custom in wartime. This file has been identified pericled being free of known restrictions under copyright law, including all related and neighboring rights.

Pericles Philipp Foltz Ancient Greece in history paintings. Pericles begins by praising the dead, as the other Athenian funeral orations do, by regard the ancestors of present-day Athenians 2. Pericles then turns to the audience and exhorts them to live up to the standards set by the deceased, “So died these men as becomes Athenians.

That the soldiers put aside their desires and wishes for the greater cause.