At Platæa, Callicrates was numbered among the heroes because of his looks.
Let us not, Callicrates, pretend what is not even thought of.
The long wall, the building of which Socrates says he heard Pericles propose to the people, was undertaken by Callicrates.
Callicrates and other popular leaders became mercenary instruments for inveigling their countrymen.
Beneath a portico, Callicrates recited his verses; satisfied pride trembled in his voice and shone in his eyes.
After delivering a speech in these words, or to this effect, Callicrates left the Senate-house.
Callicrates, on the other hand, proposed to send ambassadors to reconcile the two Egyptian kings with Antiochus.
As to the long wall, about which Socrates says that he heard Pericles bring forward a motion, Callicrates undertook to build it.
The Achæan League continued to exist, but it was really subject to Callicrates.