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Aristotle, Economics, Book 2, section 1351b (search)
a day's pay every "hollow" month.) Moreover, being accustomed previously to issue his men's rations of corn on the second day of the month, in the first month he postponed the distribution for three days, and in the second month for five; proceeding in this fashion until at length it took place on the last day of the month. Charidemus of Oreus, being in occupation of certain fortress-towns in Aeolis,and threatened with an attack by Artabazus,For the circumstances, and a (hostile) account of this commander's adventures, see Demosthenes,Against AristocratesDem. 23. was in need of money to pay his troops. After their first contributions, the inhabitants declared they had no more to give. Charidemus then issued a proclamation to the town he deemed wealthiest, bidding the inhabitan