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Lysicles

2. One of the commanders of the Athenian army at the battle of Chaeroneia, B. C. 338, was subsequently condemned to death, upon the accusation of the orator Lycurgus. (Diod. 16.85, 881.) The speech which Lycurgus delivered against Lysicles is referred to by Harpocration (s. vv. ἐπὶ Δηλίω and Λεμβάδεια).

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