However, although Herod found the proofs too weak, he gave order
to have his sons kept in custody; for till now they had been at liberty.
He also called that pest of his family, and forger of all this vile accusation,
Eurycles, his savior and benefactor, and gave him a reward of fifty talents.
Upon which he prevented any accurate accounts that could come of what he
had done, by going immediately into Cappadocia, and there he got money
of Archelaus, having the impudence to pretend that he had reconciled Herod
to Alexander. He thence passed over into Greece, and used what he had thus
wickedly gotten to the like wicked purposes. Accordingly, he was twice
accused before Caesar, that he had filled Achaia with sedition, and had
plundered its cities; and so he was sent into banishment. And thus was
he punished for what wicked actions he had been guilty of about Aristobulus