Lysicles

[5th century BC] Lysicles or Lysikles (died 428 BC, Greek: Λυσικλῆς) was an Athenian general and leader of the democratic faction in the city. He lived during the fifth century BC and possibly was a friend of Pericles. According to Aeschines Socraticus, Lysicles lived with Aspasia after Pericles`s death and had a son with her. Aesc...
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Lysicles

[4th century BC] Lysicles (in Greek Λυσικλης; died 338 BC), one of the commanders of the Athenian army at the battle of Chaeronea, 338 BC, was subsequently condemned to death, upon the accusation of the orator Lycurgus.{r|diod_16.58_88} The speech which Lycurgus delivered against Lysicles is referred to by Harpocration.{r|harp} ----...
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