(Ταυροσθένης; Taurosthénēs) from Chalcis, son of Mnesarchus, supported his brother Callias  in an attempt at independent Euboean power politics between 349 and 338 BC. When he joined the Athenian position on Demosthenes'  instigation, he was given Athenian citizenship. After the battle of Chaeronea (in 338) T. lived in Athens. Main sources: Aeschin. 3,85-87 with schol.; Din. 1,44.
I. Worthington, A Historical Commentary on Dinarchus, 1992, 207-209 (Lit.).
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Walter, Uwe (Cologne),
Brill’s New Pauly
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