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[6] At any rate, Duris writes that after Alexander had become great and had conquered Dareius, he dropped from his letters the word of salutation, ‘chairein,’ except whenever he was writing to Phocion; him alone, like Antipater, he used to address with the word ‘chairein.’ This is the testimony of Chares also.

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