Eurymedon the Hierophant

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Eurymedon the Hierophant (/jʊəˈrɪmɪdɒn/; Greek: Εὐρυμέδων ὁ ἱεροφάντης) was a representative of the priestly clan overseeing the Eleusinian Mysteries. Together with Demophilus he reportedly brought a charge of impiety against Aristotle after Alexander the Great's death in 322 BC.[1]


  1. ^ Filonik, Jakub (2013). "Athenian impiety trials: a reappraisal" (PDF). Dike (16): 72–73. doi:10.13130/1128-8221/4290.