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2. Of Thurii, originally an actor, was sent in B. C. 322, after the battle Crimon, to apprehend the orators. Antipater had demanded of the Athenians, and who had fled from Athens. He seized Hyperides and others in the sanctuary of Aeacus in Aegina, and transported them to Cleonae in Argolis, where they were executed. He also apprehended Demosthenes in the temple of Poseidon in Calaureia. Archias, who was nicknamed φυγααδοθήρας, the hunter of the exiles, ended his life in great poverty and disgrace. (Plut. Dem. 28, 29, Vit. X. Orat. p. 849; Arrian, apud Phot. p. 69b. 41, ed. Bekker.)

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