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Diodorus Siculus, Library, Book XIV, Chapter 37 (search)
While these events were taking place, Dionysius founded in Sicily a city just below the crest of Mount Aetne and named it Adranum, after a certain famous temple.That of the god Adranus, the reputed father of the Palici, who were worshipped throughout all Sicily. See Book 11.88.6-89; Plut. Timoleon 12.2. In Macedonia King Archelaus was unintentionally struck while hunting by Craterus, whom he loved, and met his end, after a reign of sevenArchelaus was king 413-399 B.C. years. He was succeeded on the throne by Orestes, who was still a boy and was slain by Aeropus, his guardian, who held the throne for six years. In Athens Socrates the philosopher, who was accused by Anytus and Meletus of impiety and of corrupting the youth, was condemned to death and met his end by drinking the hemlock. But since the accusation had been undeserved, the people repented, considering that so great a man had been put to death; consequently they wer