Harpalus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- son of Machatas; a Macedonian who fled to Athens in 324 B.C.
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Harpalus attempts to propagate Greek plants in Mesopotamia and Media.
Harpalus constructs a magnificent funerary monument for Pythionic$27
Harpalus summons Glycera to be his mistress, after the death of Pythi
Harpalus arrives in Athens with a large amount of money; he is later
into claims that leading Athenians accepted bribes from Harpalus.
Harpalus is murdered in Crete, and Thibron takes control of his force
taking some of the money brought by Harpalus, and goes into exile.
author also relates how Harpalus, who during,the lifetime
eceived that goblet from Harpalus -  "This man," said
who was the mistress of Harpalus; concerning whom Theopom
Athen_* 13.594-596 *
good. [67.] And Harpalus the Macedonian, who robbed Ale
hilocles, concerning the Harpalus affair: "What must one
the refusal to surrender Harpalus to Alexander: "It is not
113.3 .  [1688 in Ar.] Harpalus fled to Asia. 113.
arge of taking gold from Harpalus (a man who had fled from
63] & Plut:Mor_846'A-B & Harpalus brings a large sum of
himself. & When Harpalus, on behalf of Crates his kinsm
Plut:Mor_* 846-850 *
xpedition into Asia, and Harpalus fled to Athens with a
ovice amongst us?" When Harpalus had treacherously carrie
After the death of Harpalus, Charicles and Phocion took
66.K] & Athen_13.594'e & Harpalus builds an extravagant
- in documents
(248/7) e letters: [A] Demetrios to Harpalos, greeting. The
(178) os From king Perseus: Harpalos of Beroia, the so
(285/4) es to Limnaios son of Harpalos as a patrimonial pos
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