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Of Olynthus, contemporary of Alexander, wrote a work on the deaths of Alexander (3) the Great and Hephaestion (1) (Fragmente der griechischen Historiker 126), which is quoted by Athenaeus (1) for its lurid but circumstantial detail.


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