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2 The Hellenica.
3 Anaximenes (c. 380-320 B.C.) was a student under Zoilus and Diogenes and later a teacher. He accompanied Alexander the Great. This work had the title πρῶται ἱστορίαι (Athenaeus 6.231c) or πρώτη Ἑλληνικῶν (Harpocration, s.v. Ἀμφικτύονες). Other works were Φιλιππικά and τὰ περὶ Ἀλέξανδρον. (See Christ-Schmidt （6）, Gr. Litt. 534.) See chap. 76.4.
4 Philistus, besides an earlier work, wrote a History of Sicily from the fall of Acragas (406/5) to the death of the elder Dionysius (367/6) in four books (see Book 13.103.3). This work on Dionysius the Younger was much read down to Cicero's time but has come to us in very few fragments: FHG, 1.185; 4.639 (see Beloch, Griechische Geschichte （2）, 3.2.42).
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