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Chr. Or. 24: 'contending for primacy . . has served as the cause of strife'; cf. MacMullen Enemies 94; Dill Roman Society 375. Thus D . Chr. Or. 9: 'although Prusa is not the largest of cities . . it has long caused its citizens to r a n k . . in competition with virtually all Greeks everywhere'; The social setting offirst-centuryCorinth 25 Loyal citizens would sacrifice large sums of money to support elaborate building schemes. Their sole reward was the proud boast of a finer agora, a grander temple.

Dial. 3-4: ' o u r clever speakers . . [demonstrate] the shameful a n d discrediting blemishes of everyday speech . . they degrade eloquence . . to a few commonplaces a n d cramped conceits'; a n d see K e n n e d y Rhetoric 442-46. O n the elitism of the Second Sophistic cf. Bowersock Greek Sophists 11-21; Jones 'Philostratus' 12; Smith Rhetoric 130; Peters Hellenism 5 3 8 - 4 1 , 545. Cf. Epict. 19: 'you gaped for men to praise you, and counted the number in your audience'; and see the advice to an orator in Lucian Rh.

15:32; a n d note the refs. in B u l t m a n n 'eo^paivco' 7 7 2 - 7 3 , n. 38. Cf. the inscription from C o r i n t h naincovie© Ecoxfjpi ('Healing Saviour') (Kent no. 64); a n d acoGeiq 9eol<; oxoTfjpcn voacov ('saved from disease by saviour gods') (LeBas-Wadd. 2343); see also the tribute to m a n y gods o n 6>x>K>/r|po(kjav [ie ('for they gave me g o o d health') ( R o b e r t Hell. 10 [1955] 100); cf. Ael. 35: 'this same god . . cured C h r y s e r m u s . . lives are saved (atf^eaGai) by t h e m (viz.

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