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GRIFFITH, op. , 547. 226 Cf. 86 ff. 227 Cf. 85 ff. These comments were made in 330, and the lapse of time has clearly enabled Aischines a certain freedom with the facts. 228 Cf. 94. 73 (probably early in 340) Kallias addressed the Athenian Assembly 229 • His close involvement with Demosthenes and the anti-Macedonian movement can hardly be better signalized than by the indignant (if rhetorically exaggerated) complaint of Philip about Kamas· activities as an Athenian general in his Letter to the Athenians 230 • The date and circumstances of the grants to Kallias and his brother are very difficult to elucidate, though the general disposition has been to set them directly after Chaironeia when Kallias and other Euboians allegedly fled to Athens 231 • But the evidence for such a flight is very poor (only the general comment recorded by the Scholiast on Aristeides Panathenaikos) and it must be admitted that Aischines at any rate seems to assert in 330 that the grants are very recent 232 • Since Kallias was still active in Euboia after 338 233 it may well be that the grants do belong later than usually envisaged 234 • Certainly it seems that by 330 Taurosthenes at any rate was living in Athens - for that is the natural implication of Aischines' comments about his socializing activities 235 • It is less clear that Kallias settled in Athens.
Amadokos', deriving from Theopompos. Cf. JG ii2 • 126 +Addendum p. 658 =Too, GHI II 151+ATLII104 T 78 d. Cf. 9. (iiµac; iimpexm0at icai 0Epa7tEUEtv). Cf. T57 and T58. 196 For the revolt cf. 5. Demosthenes and the Last Days of Greek Freedom (London 1914) 424 n. 3. Cf. Demosthenes IIF 200, KOEHLER, ad JG ii Add. 175 b p. 412. 197 So too A. HoECK,Hermes 26 (1891) 89, 116; DAVIES,APFp. 249. 198 APF p. 430 f. a" Kai. Ja Ti o; Ev XmpwVEt~ µcixTJ"· (d) Hypereides Against Aristogeiton fr. 29 (KENYON).
HAMMOND and GRIFFITH, Macedonia II 714 ff. v. 'Amadokos', deriving from Theopompos. Cf. JG ii2 • 126 +Addendum p. 658 =Too, GHI II 151+ATLII104 T 78 d. Cf. 9. (iiµac; iimpexm0at icai 0Epa7tEUEtv). Cf. T57 and T58. 196 For the revolt cf. 5. Demosthenes and the Last Days of Greek Freedom (London 1914) 424 n. 3. Cf. Demosthenes IIF 200, KOEHLER, ad JG ii Add. 175 b p. 412. 197 So too A. HoECK,Hermes 26 (1891) 89, 116; DAVIES,APFp. 249. 198 APF p. 430 f. a" Kai. Ja Ti o; Ev XmpwVEt~ µcixTJ"· (d) Hypereides Against Aristogeiton fr.