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Andocides, On the Mysteries, section 150 (search)
So do not deprive yourselves of what you can reasonably expect from me, and do not deprive me of what I can reasonably expect from you. And now I will ask men who have given public proof of their outstanding worth to take my place here and give you their opinion of me. Come, AnytusVery influential at this time. He had taken a leading part with Thrasybulus in overthrowing the Thirty and restoring the democracy in 403. He was one of the accusers of Socrates in 399. and CephalusA democrat who came into prominence after 403. He is referred to by Demosthenes （Dem. 18.219） and Aeschines （Aeschin. 3.194） in complimentary terms.: come, Thrasyllus and you others of my tribe who have been chosen to sup