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[3] Moreover, Hagnonides the orator1 at once assailed Phocion and denounced him as a traitor, whereupon Callimedon and Charicles2 took fright and left the city, while Phocion, and with him those of his friends who remained faithful, set out to go to Polysperchon. There went forth with them also, out of regard for Phocion, Solon of Plataea and Deinarchus of Corinth,3 who were reputed to be intimate friends of Polysperchon.

1 The same as the public informer of xxix. 3.

2 Prominent partisans of Antipater, who had transferred their allegiance to Cassander, the son of Antipater, rather than to Polysperchon, the successor of Antipater.

3 Antipater's chief agent in Peloponnesus.

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