Leocrates contra Atenas. Memoria del
conflicto y carestıa en Atenas entre 338 y 330 a.C.
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Lycurgus’ speech Against Leocrates is a difficult source for the history of Athens in the times of Alexander. In fact, the flight of Leocrates after Chaeroneia in 338 and his business and stay in Megara can be linked with the Macedonian domination, at the light of the close ties between Leocrates and some Macedonians, like Amintas, or the coincidence of Leocrateswith Harpalos, Alexander’s collaborator, in Megara during the grain distribution recorded by a famous stele of Cyrene (SEG XI, 2)...