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1 The facts are here distorted. Ephialtes, one of the orators whose surrender was demanded by Alexander in 335 B.C. （Arr. 1.104）, was a supporter of Demosthenes and, according to the Pseudo-Plutarch, brought back money for the demagogues from the Persian court （Plut. Vit. Dem. 847 F and 848 E）. He was killed while helping the Persians to defend Halicarnassus against Alexander （Dio. Sic. 17.27）.
2 No details are known of Euthydicus. He seems to be mentioned as an Athenian patriot together with Ephialtes and Lycurgus in the third letter of Demosthenes （Dem. L 3.31）, where however the MSS. have Εὔδιλκον.
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