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Leontius Calls In Apelles After this outbreak the king's schemes in Phocis met Apelles sent for by Leontius. with certain impediments which prevented their present execution. Meanwhile Leontius, despairing of success by his own efforts, had recourse to Apelles, urging him by frequent messages to come from Chalcis, and setting forth his own difficulties and the awkwardness of his position owing to his quarrel with the king. Now Apelles had been acting in Chalcis with an unwarrantable assumption
od are one moment at the summit of prosperity, at another
the objects of pity. When Megaleas saw that the help
he had looked for from Apelles was failing him, he was
exceedingly frightened, and made preparations for flight.
Apelles meanwhile was admitted to the king's banquets and
honours of that sort, but had no share in his council or daily
social employments; and when, some days afterwards, the
king resumed his voyage from Lechaeum, to complete his
designs in Phocis, he took Apelles with him.