Dion himself was soon after supplanted by the intrigues of heracleides, and again banished.
Of this ambush the leader was heracleides the son of Ibanollis, a man of Mylasa.
If it did exist, it was of no value to Ephorus, heracleides, and the author of the Hipparchus.
According to heracleides, the inundation took place in his time, and during the night.
With this answer heracleides returned and told the king everything.
Philip gave heracleides a kind of problem to work out,—how to circumvent and destroy the Rhodian fleet.
Of course to the mind of heracleides this is all silly talk; since the one great object is to keep money by whatever means.
They understood the meaning of this theatrical exhibition, and made no secret of their distaste for heracleides.
Seizing on this pretext, heracleides immediately began hiring mercenaries, and calling on some men of high position to assist him.