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Aristotle, Economics, Book 2, section 1352a (search)
itating rebellion. He therefore summoned them to the palace and proceeded to hang them all, sending word to their relations that they were in prison. These accordingly made offers, each on behalf of his own kinsman, seeking by payment to secure their release. Euaises agreed to accept a certain sum for each, and when it had been paid returned to the relations the dead body. While Cleomenes of Alexandria was governor of Egypt,Cf. Dem. 56: "Cleomenes . . . from the time that he received the government, has done immense mischief to your state, and still more to the rest of Greece, by buying up corn for resale and keeping it at his own price" ( Kennedy's translation). at a time when there was some scarcity in the land, but elsewhere a grievous fam