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A Dictionary of Greek and Roman biography and mythology (ed. William Smith) 54 54 Browse Search
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Demosthenes, Against Dionysodorus, section 7 (search)
In accordance with this agreement, men of the jury, Dionysodorus here and his partner Parmeniscus, when they had got the money from us, despatched their ship from Athens to Egypt. Parmeniscus sailed in charge of the ship; Dionysodorus remained at Athens. All these men, I would have you know, men of the jury, were underlings and confederates of Cleomenes, the former ruler of Egypt,After his conquest of Egypt in 331 B.C. Alexander had made Cleomenes collector of revenues for that province. who from the time he received the government did no small harm to your state, or rather to the rest of the Greeks as well, by buying up grain for resale and fixing its price, and in this he had these men as his confederates.