Table of contents for The rhetoric of conspiracy in ancient Athens / Joseph Roisman.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Preface
Abbreviations
Introduction
The Athenian Conspiracy and Its Vocabulary
 	Positive Plotting
1. Plotting Homicide
2. Plotting and Other People's Possessions
Plotting and Contested Inheritances: Isaeus
 	Plotting and Demosthenes' Inheritance
 	Collusions to Appropriate Contested Inheritances
 	Plotting, Desire, and Damage
 	Plotting Borrowers and Lenders
3. Legal Plots and Traps
Plots to Obstruct Litigation: Demosthenes and the Challenge of Antidois
 	The Choregus' Homicide Trial (Ant. 6).
 	Framing in Crime: Andocides
 	Framing in Homicide
 	Legal Traps: Stephanus and Epaenetus 
 	Plots and Entrapments: Apollodorus and Nicostratus
4. Political Conspiracies: Plots Against the City and Its Regime
Plotting in Aristophanes and Thucydides
 	The Legacy of Oligarchic Conspiracies: Andocides and Hetaireiai
The Legacy of Oligarchic Conspiracies: Lysias and the Thirty
 	Plotting Politicians and Public Officials
5. Plotting Legislation and Political Measures
Demosthenes, Against Aristocrates (Dem. 23)
 	Demosthenes, Against Timocrates (Dem. 24)
 	Plotting Motions and Honors
6. Foreign and Domestic Plotters
7. International Conspiracies
Plotting War: Philip and the Fourth Sacred War
 	Plotting in International Trade
Conclusion: Conspiracy Theories, Ancient and Modern
Appendix A: Dem. 32
Appendix B: The Date and Background of Aristocrates' Decree
Works Cited

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Speeches, addresses, etc., Greek -- History and criticism.
Conspiracies -- Greece -- Athens -- History -- To 1500.
Rhetoric -- Political aspects -- Greece -- Athens.
Politics and literature -- Greece -- Athens.
Athens (Greece) -- Politics and government.
Conspiracies in literature.
Rhetoric, Ancient.
Oratory, Ancient.