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1 Compare Din. 1.10, note and Din. 1.18-22; Aeschin. 3.239-240. Demosthenes was said by his opponents to have accepted money from Persia for use against Macedon, but to have withheld it when Alexander destroyed Thebes in 335 B.C.
3 Din. 1.82 also refers to this event, which took place in 324 B.C. Nicanor, the son-in-law of Aristotle, was sent by Alexander to Olympia to proclaim his demand for the return to their cities of all Greek exiles except the Thebans.
4 The general sense appears to be: “All the satraps united with Alexander. You yourself are now a supporter of his and have your agents with every important Macedonian.”
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