Examples from the Web for aeschines
For Aeschines and Hyperides, in their very accusations, give him such a character.
It may be urged with some force that the mother of Aeschines introduced foreign, novel and possibly savage rites.Myth, Ritual, and Religion, Vol. 1|Andrew Lang
Mr Mitford refers for confirmation of his statement to Aeschines and Plutarch.
Aeschines born; he was accounted in Athens second only to Demosthenes as an orator.
Mr Mitford is speaking of one of the greatest men that ever lived, Demosthenes, and comparing him with his rival, Aeschines.