The present work offers a complete picture about the relatively abundant bibliography of the Attic orators (Vth and IVth centuries BC) with more than 500 titles published in Spain and Latin America from the XVth century up today. The introduction stresses the principal aspects of this production. After a first section which contains works about the group of orators, we present those ones relatives to each one of the tenth in the Alexandrian cannon (Antiphon, Andocides, Lysias, Isaeus, Isocrates, Demosthenes, Aeschines, Hyperides, Lycurgus and Dinarchus), to whom Alcidamas and Demades got joined. The different entrances offer a precise description about the publications, included the reviews in case of the books, both those in the Hispanic scope and those outside this one.
Pedro P. FUENTES GONZÁLEZ is professor of Greek Philology in the University of Granada (Spain). His researches have been focused in the philosophic and historiographic literature (especially cynical and stoical moralists) of Helenistic and Imperial Periods. He is author of an edition and a commentary about the diatribes of Teles. He is also the Director of the Spanish office of L´Année philologique.
Felipe G. G. HERNÁNDEZ MUÑOZ is professor of Greek Philology in the Complutense University of Madrid. A big part of his scientific production has been focused in the study of the oratory. He is author of several works in textual criticism and codicology, as well he is the editor of works of Demosthenes, Aeschines and Menander Rhetor.