consistently made. At one time he made a proposal forbidding anyone to believe
in any but the accepted gods and at another said that the people must not
question the grant of divine honors to AlexanderDemosthenes had merely said: “Let him be the son of Zeus and
Poseidon too if he likes.” Cf. Hyp. 5 col.
31.; and again when he was on the point of being tried
before you, he impeached Callimedon for consorting with the exilesAthens,
unlike most Greek cities, refused to obey Alexander's order for the
restoration of exiles （cf. note on Din.
1.81）. Callimedon, a politician with pro-Macedonian
sympathies, nicknamed the Crab, is mentioned several times by Plutarch
（e.g. Plut. Dem.
27）. in Megara with intent to overthrow the