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This front matter section of the book The Genres of Rhetorical Speeches in Greek and Roman Antiquity contains the acknowledgements and a list of abbreviations and other conventions. The history of rhetoric is a major field of research in the sciences of Antiquity. In an extensive series of studies scholars have investigated the origins and evolution of rhetoric in relation to changing historical, social, political and intellectual conditions. An investigation of genres in Greek and Roman rhetoric can feed into another research perspective that is currently highly regarded among classical scholars, which takes the concept of "genre" as its object.

Keywords: Greek antiquity; Roman rhetoric

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