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2. Son of Aristeides, and grandson of the preceding, is spoken of as a man himself of an insignificant character, but who received a grant of lands and money, as well as an allowance for his daily maintenance, by a decree of Alcibiades, in consideration of his father's services. He left two children, a son, Aristeides, and a daughter named Polycrita, who also received a public allowance for her grandfather's sake. (Plut. Arist. 27; Dem. c. Lept. § 95, p. 491, and Schol. ad loc.

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