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Nicocles

4. An Athenian, who was put to death together with Phocion (B. C. 318), to whom he had always been attached by the warmest personal friendship: on which account he begged as a last favour to be allowed to drink the poison before his illustrious friend, a request which Phocion unwillingly conceded. (Plut. Ploc. 35, 36.)

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