antiphon is also said to have composed a Τέχνη or art of Rhetoric.
The test for this admission was setting an antiphon in four parts.
But there was antiphon—son to Menecrates—and a whole mina; why not him?
The proposal was accepted; and antiphon, a celebrated diviner, appointed to consult the oracle.
As the colonel raised the book to his lips he chanted the antiphon "So help me God."
Before another moon had waned, antiphon returned from Oropus, whither he had been sent to consult the oracle.
The people demanded of antiphon the meaning of these visions.
antiphon, a Greek orator, born near Athens; founder of political oratory in Greece.
antiphon marks the beginning of that development, Demosthenes its consummation.
antiphon was the earliest in date alike of the Athenian orators and of the professors of eloquence.
c.1500, "a versicle sung responsively," from Middle French antiphone "hymn" or directly from Medieval Latin antiphona, from Greek antiphona, from anti- "over against" (see anti-) + phone "voice" (see fame (n.)). A re-adoption of the word which had become anthem in English and lost its original meaning.