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ANTIPATER

ANTIPATER. Antipater, hearing that Parmenio was slain [p. 206] by Alexander, said: If Parmenio conspired against Alexander, whom may we trust? but if he did not, what is to be done? Of Demades the rhetorician, now grown old, be said: As of sacrifices when finished, so there is nothing left of him but his belly and tongue.

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