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Character of Pytheas

Pytheas was a brother of Acatidas the runner, and son
Character of the Boeotarch Pytheas.
of Cleomenes. He had led an evil life, and was reported to have wasted the flower of his youth in unnatural debauchery. In political life also he was audacious and grasping, and had been supported by Eumenes and Philataerus for these very reasons. . . .

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