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A parallel tale is told of Hyrieus [_Hy´. ri.uce_] of Hyrĭa.
After great loss of treasure, Hyrieus spread a net, in which Agame´des was caught.
Hyrieus, for his locks and seals were untouched, and yet his wealth continually diminished.
They were distinguished architects, and built the temple of Apollo at Delphi, and a treasury for King Hyrieus.
Pausanias of the two architects Agamedes and Trophonius who robbed the treasury of Hyrieus. [