By Mervin R. Dilts
presented in notes in Greek and Latin, which not just let handy entry to proof for the textual content but in addition supply references to historical and medieval interpretations of the orations. there's an English preface.
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Demosthenis Orationes IV: v. 4 (Oxford Classical Texts) by Mervin R. Dilts