Few Americans have received higher tributes from foreign authorities.
He also measured out their territories in parasangs and assessed their tributes accordingly (Herod.
They were subject only to public tributes and the ordinary obligations of free men.
Besides similar tributes in honour of his brothers and Polyaenus, he directed the trustees to be guardians of the son of Polyaenus and the son of Metrodorus; whilst the daughter of the last mentioned was to be married by the guardians to some member of the society who should be approved of by Hermarchus.
Adams: Tributes of Friends (Baltimore, 1902), extra volume (xxiii.) of "Studies in Historical and Political Science."