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Sicyonius proditor et urbi cui praeerat, infidissimus. Nam cum Artabazo, urbem oppugnante, consilia communicavit proditionis. Convenit autem inter utrosque, ut exiguum libellum telô suspensum in locum destinatum eiacularentur atque inde epistolas reciperent. Polyaen. l. 7. c. 33. in Artabazo, com. 1.
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ἐν τῷ περὶ λιμνῶν laudatur ab Aeschyli Scholiaste in Persas; sed legendum περὶ λιμένων. Voss. l. 3. de Hist. Graec. extr. p. 421.

Hofmann J. Lexicon universale. 1698.

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