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Aristotle, Economics, Book 2, section 1348a (search)
from falsifying the date of the man's death.Noticing that the Lycians were fond of wearing their hair long, Condalus proclaimed that a dispatch had arrived from the King ordering him to send hair to make forelocks for his horses; and that Mausolus had therefore instructed him to shave their heads. However, if they would pay him a fixed sum per head, he would send to Greece for hair. They were glad to comply with his demand, and a large sum was collected, the number of those taxed being great. Aristoteles of Rhodes,Mentioned by Proclus in his commentary on the Timaeus of Plato. A coin of Phocaea is extant bearing the name. when governor of Phocaea, found himself in need of funds. Noticing that there were at Phocaea two opposing parties, he held a secret conference with one of them,