), an Argive, whom, with several others of that and other states, Demosthenes (de Cor.
p. 324, ed. Reiske) charged with treachery on the ground of their having misled their fellowcitizens with respect to the danger to be apprehended from the growing power of Philip, and so kept them from combining against him.
He charges them also with having done so from corrupt motives. Polybius (17.14
) exonerates them from the charge of treachery.