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Isaeus, Dicaeogenes, section 42 (search)
Furthermore, by dedicating on the Acropolis the first-fruits of their wealth, they have adorned the shrine with bronze and marble statues, numerous, indeed, to have been provided out of a private fortune. They themselves died fighting for their country; Dicaeogenes (I.), the son of Menexenus, the father of my grandfather Menexenus (I.), while acting as general when the battle took place at Eleusis;Nothing is known of any battle at Eleusis. Dobree reads *(alieu=si(cf. Thuc. 1.104). Menexenus (I.), his son, in command of the cavalry at Spartolus in the territory of Olynthus;In 429 B.C. (cf. Thuc. 2.79). Dicaeogenes (II.), the son of Menexenus (I.), while in command of the ParalusSee Isae