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Menippus

*Me/nippos), historical.

1. One of those who, with Philistides, succeeded, against the opposition of Euphraeus, and by the aid of Philip of Macedon, in making themselves tyrants of Oreus in Euboea. They were driven out by the Athenians under Phocion, in B. C. 341. (Dem. Phil. iii. p. 126, De Cor. pp. 248, 252, &c.; comp. Acsch. c. Ctes. p. 68; Plnt. Demosth. 17; Diod. 16.74.) [CALLIAS, Vol. I. p. 568a; CLEITARCHUS.]

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