Definition of Atticists
1. atticist [n] - See also: atticist
Lexicographical Neighbors of Atticists
Literary usage of Atticists
Below you will find example usage of this term as found in modern and/or classical literature:
1. Princeton Theological Review by Princeton Theological Seminary (1910)
"The atticists began that terrible dualism in the Greek language which has lasted with such ... Any compromise between them was prevented by the atticists. ..."
2. Medical Greek; Collection of Papers on Medical Onomatology and a Grammatical by Achilles Rose (1908)
"The extreme atticists thought one should not only imitate the old genius, ... The literature of the extreme atticists, or at least the writings of these ..."
3. M. Tulli Ciceronis Ad. M. Brutum Orator by Marcus Tullius Cicero (1885)
"But it is not only in the remarks directly bearing on the atticists ... The critics whom he has in view are doubtless to be found among the atticists ..."
4. Classical Philology by University of Chicago press, JSTOR (Organization) (1906)
"For though there is certainly but little in the De oratore which can be conceived of as directed immediately against the position of the atticists, ..."
5. The Influence of the Second Sophistic on the Style of the Sermons of St by James Marshall Campbell (1922)
"The atticists believed that they possessed the exact pattern of the Attic ... Among the atticists Demosthenes held the highest place as an orator and Plato ..."