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The other terminus is provided by the presence m the decree of Chande24s The instructions to the officials in Lesbos confirm that the decree deals with an immediate transaction. 72 73 mos as an Athenian general. AEµEicr0m. Given that the decree should belong before 361/0 and in, or after, ca. 1v 250 • This war vv;as certainly going on in the years 364-362, the very years in which, according to Demosthenes, Charidemos was serving in the north Aegean with Timotheos. Finally, it is noteworthy that symbola are already in existence and ready for use.
Does not mention Mausolos or Autop,hradates at all - for them 'Diodoros is the only authority. But on this point he is perfectly credible .. : (op. • 179) ! 226 Op. cit .. 177 f. 3 (quoted in C above). HORNBLOWER, 68 228 Op. , 178. Op. • 178 n. 62. Op. , 180. 231 Cf. n. 225 above. 90) Diodoros concentrates heavily on the western aspect, and he specifies the leaders as Ariobarzanes, Mausolos, Orontes. and Autophradates. ). This doubtless reflects the epeisodic nature of his source. 233 Nepos Datames 5.
77 Demosthenes' comment is significant- for clearly Demosthenes is insinuating that Charidemos has acted as badly as Philiskos, a point which is the better made if he can assimilate Charidemos' relationship to Kersobleptes to that of Philiskos to Ariobarzanes. Further, and decisively, it has to be noted that this brief comment is distinctly at odds with the overall purport of Demosthenes' long disquisition on Charidemos' career, which implies that he obtained his citizenship earlier. Thus in 151 Demosthenes comments upon Charidemos' cooperation with Timotheos in the war against Amphipolis.