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3 This is probably to be dated to the mid sixth century and followed a battle in which 16 13 Athens honors the archon Euthios- 4 5 6 7 the Prieneans are said to have killed one thousand Samians (Plutarch, Moralia 296A). King of the Kimmerians. 21, C 61). Welles notes that seven or ten years are possible restorations. The interpretation of this is not clear. Dittenberger thought a tax was intended, Welles some sort of restriction on the sale of their crops. 82-8) and, according to Plutarch (Moralia 296A), responsible for reconciling Samos and Priene by negotiating the Six Years Truce.
Know that originally he | was held in Corinth by Krat|eros, 6 and is now being held under guard in Piraeus | by one 15 Lysias,7 who, with regard to his release, || has refused the ten talents | [on the ground that] twenty talents had been agreed |fupon] with Krateros. 29), who later defected and wrote a book critical of Epicurus. 2 Epicurus. The editorial comment is by Philodemos of Gadara (about 110-about 40/45) in whose book entitled Pragmateia this letter is preserved. 1-3). Identification uncertain.
3 Probably a euphemism for exile. 4 They were to be used as supports for the peplos (an embroidered over-life-size dress for Athena woven by a select group of young Athenian aristocratic maidens) which served as the sail for the Panathenaic ship during the procession at the Panathenaic festival. The previous set had been accidentally destroyed in 302/1. 5 In 287 when Demetrios' garrison was expelled from the Museion hill. 6 The Piraeus had been occupied in 294 and remained in Macedonian hands until 229.