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1 Demosthenes （Dem. 9.42 and Dem. 19.271） refers to this pillar. Arthmius of Zelea was an Athenian proxenus. He was sent by Artaxerxes to the Peloponnesus, probably in 461, to stir up war against the Athenians, who had been assisting a revolt in Egypt. （Cf. Thuc. 1.109; Dio. Sic. 11.74. 5; Aeschin. 3.258.）
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