Attic landowner, around 320 BC
The country estate of P., son of Callippus, is described in an Attic court speech around 320 BC (Ps.-Dem. Or. 42). In the antídosis proceedings the plaintiff demands that P. should be placed on the list of the three hundred richest Athenian citizens, who bore the heaviest burden of the financial cost of liturgies (ibidem 42,3f.), instead of himself.
P.’ property was unusual for two reasons: on the one hand, P. was t…