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Diodorus Siculus, Library, Book XIV, Chapter 107 (search)
388 B.C.At the close of this year, in Athens Pyrgion was archon and in Rome four military tribunes took over the consular magistracy, Lucius Lucretius, Servius Sulpicius, Gaius Aemilius, and Gaius Rufus,Gaius Rufus is deleted by most editors and is probably a mistake. and the Ninety-eighth Olympiad was celebrated, that in which Sosippus of Athens was the victor.In the "stadion". When these men had entered office, Dionysius, the lord of the Syracusans, advanced with his army to Hipponium, removed its inhabitants to Syracuse, razed the city to the ground, and apportioned its territory to the Locrians. For he was continuously set upon doing the Locrians favours for the marriage they had agreed to, whereas he studied revenge upon the Rhegians for their affront with respect to the offer of kinship. For on the occasion when he sent ambassadors to them to ask them to grant him in marriage a maiden of their city, the Rhegians replied to the a