4. Conscious of unsubstantiated evidence himself, he nevertheless ordered the arrest of his sons, without signing them, however, in the chain. Slayer is his family, the inventor of all this evil plan he called his benefactor and savior and gave him fifty talents. Before news of the true state of the brothers could spread, Evrikl hastened to Cappadocia and extorted money as a gift from Archelaus, brazenly assuring him that he reconciled Herod to Alexander. Arriving in Greece, he used the money for sinful same roguish things. Charged twice before the emperor in the perturbation of Achaia and robbing of public funds, he was finally sentenced to exile. So he was recompensed for his sin before Aristobulus and Alexander.