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Gigon, Interpretationen p. 166. L. 3-4. Among them are C. Mulvany, Notes on the Legend of Aristotle, Classical Quarterly 20 (1926) p. 155-67, D. Wormell, The Literary Tradition Concerning Hermias of Atar neus, Yale Classical Studies 5 (1935) p. 57-92, J. Bidez, Hermias d'Atarnée, Bull, de la Classe des Lettres de l'Académie Royale de Belgique 29 (1943) p. 133-46, W. Jaeger, Aristotle p. 110- 19, P. Moraux, La composition p. 137 - 40, 1. During, AABT p. 27283, O. Gigon, Interpretationen p. 171 -4, C.
L. et le Peripatos p. 257. F. Wehrli, SA vol. 6, p. 21, places instruction under Panthoides early in Lyco's career. D. L. 75: où-toc, 8ir|Kouae ©eocppaaxou. Cicero, De fin. , fr. 62 Wehrli, De leg. 14 = fr. 72, De off. 3 = fr. 37-8 = fr. 175, Strabo, Geog. 20 = fr. 27, P. Herc. ined. 453, fr. 9 (Kolotes und Menedemos p. 67 Crônert) = fr. 159, and Suda, s. v. Anuf|xpioç (no. 429, part 2, p. 24 Adler) = fr. 3. ,6 D. L. 86: 'AGT|vriai 8è TtapéBaXe npànov uèv IneuainTicp àXXà Kai zùv nu9ayopsicov SiT|Kouae Kai xà nXàxcovoç èÇnXcoKer Kai ûaxepov ^kodoev 'ApiaxoxéXouç, &q cpnai Zoxic»v èv AiaSoxaîç = Sotion, fr.
132 This digression, barren of details as it is, seems to have little if any connection with Aristotle. There is a connection, but we have to wait some time before we find out what it is. 9, after Apollodorus' detailed chrono logy of Aristotle's life. 136 For this provides an instructive example of how the charge of àaepeiaç ypcupr| could be trumped up as a screen for a political conflict. It was a standard means for effectively removing various individuals considered detrimental to the state. 137 The ostensive grounds for the accusation of Aristotle were his hymn in honor of Hermias and the poetic inscription which he 130 D.