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Apollodorus, Library and Epitome (ed. Sir James George Frazer) 6 0 Browse Search
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Demosthenes, Against Conon, section 31 (search)
and writes at the head of it as witnesses the names of people whom I think you will know well when you hear them— “Diotimus, son of Diotimus, of Icaria,Icaria, a deme of the tribe Aegeïs. Archebiades, son of Demoteles, of Halae,There were two demes of this name, one on the east coast of Attica and the other on the Saronic Gulf. The former belonged to the tribe Aegeis, the latter to the tribe Cecropis. Chaeretimus, son of Chaerimenes, of Pithus,Pithus, a deme of the tribe Cecropis. depose that they were returning from a dinner with Conon, and came upon Ariston and the son of Conon fighting in the agora, and that Conon did not strike Arist
Demosthenes, Against Eubulides, section 38 (search)
To Amytheon's sister, who married Diodorus of Halae,For the two demes of this name see note a on p. 336 of vol. ii. was born a son Ctesibius, and he was killed in AbydusA town on Hellespont. The date of this campaign was 388 B.C. while serving in the campaign with Thrasybulus. Of these relatives there is living Damostratus, son of Amytheon and nephew of my mother. The sister of my grandmother Chaerestratê was married to Apollodorus of Plotheia.Plotheia, a deme of the tribe Aegeïs. They had a son Olympichus, and Olympichus a son Apollodorus, who is still living.Call these people, please. Witnesses