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Anaximenes ( Ancient Greek :  Ἀναξιμένης ) of Lampsacus (c. 380 – 320 BC) was a Greek rhetorician and historian.

Anaximenes was a pupil of Zoilus [ 1 ] and, like his teacher, wrote a work on Homer . As a rhetorician, he was a determined opponent of Isocrates and his school. He is generally regarded as the author of the Rhetoric to Alexander , an Art of Rhetoric included in the traditional corpus of Aristotle 's works. Quintilian seems to refer to this work under Anaximenes' name in Institutio Oratoria 3.4.9 , as Petrus Victorius first recognized. This attribution has, however, been disputed by some scholars.

The hypothesis to Isocrates' Helen mentions that Anaximenes, too, had written a Helen , "though it is more a defense speech ( apologia ) than an encomium ," and concludes that he was "the man who has written about Helen" to whom Isocrates refers (Isoc. Helen 14). Jebb entertained the possibility that this work survives in the form of the Encomium of Helen ascribed to Gorgias : "It appears not improbable that Anaximenes may have been the real author of the work ascribed to Gorgias." [ 2 ]

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Anaximenes ( Ancient Greek :  Ἀναξιμένης ) of Lampsacus (c. 380 – 320 BC) was a Greek rhetorician and historian.

Anaximenes was a pupil of Zoilus [ 1 ] and, like his teacher, wrote a work on Homer . As a rhetorician, he was a determined opponent of Isocrates and his school. He is generally regarded as the author of the Rhetoric to Alexander , an Art of Rhetoric included in the traditional corpus of Aristotle 's works. Quintilian seems to refer to this work under Anaximenes' name in Institutio Oratoria 3.4.9 , as Petrus Victorius first recognized. This attribution has, however, been disputed by some scholars.

The hypothesis to Isocrates' Helen mentions that Anaximenes, too, had written a Helen , "though it is more a defense speech ( apologia ) than an encomium ," and concludes that he was "the man who has written about Helen" to whom Isocrates refers (Isoc. Helen 14). Jebb entertained the possibility that this work survives in the form of the Encomium of Helen ascribed to Gorgias : "It appears not improbable that Anaximenes may have been the real author of the work ascribed to Gorgias." [ 2 ]

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