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1 Callistratus, an orator whom Demosthenes much admired, was instrumental in building up the Second Athenian Confederacy. After a raid by Alexander of Pherae on the Piraeus he was condemned to death by the Athenians （361 B.C.）; and, though at first he fled to Methone, he returned later and the sentence was carried out. His name is mentioned by Hyperides （Hyp. 4.1）.
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