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<j>evye itoXepuov Kal rvpawov SavetoTfjv, ov yrjv* 1 Savcimv] " a ereditoribus"
i.e. haveiorwv, Xylander's version. 8 Kcpaotftopa] Karaxfyuoa or KaraTr6pij>vpa
Reiske. 3 yrjv Xylander : irvp. • Beginning with the fourth century B.C. the ancients
irapa- yevofievos 8' 'Adrjvrjcriv em KaAAiou tov fiera KXeoKpiTOV dpxovros, ijStj
tu>v TCTpaKoatwv Kar- 1 EuWHios Taylor from Plato, Republic, 328 b : evStSos.
2 BpaxvMos Xylander : fipdxMos. 3 TFevTeKalBcKa] e^KaiScKarov Photius.
2 AecotrfleWi Xylander : SifftoaOen/. ' o'Sa^itv Xylander from Photius : otSa phi ;
cf. Stobaeus, Eel. iii. 13. SI (xiii. 31 Mein.). □ The belief that Alexander died of
poison was apparently unfounded. 1 In 323-322 b.c. after Alexander's death,
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