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Demosthenes, Against Theocrines, section 30 (search)
most easily explained on the assumption that the mother was herself a daughter of Aeschylus, and therefore the e)pi/klhros, or heiress. In that case her husband, as her ku/rios, would control the property.) The jury found against the father of Epichares, and he was fined ten talents. regarding whom the decree was drawn—the decree, that is, in which my father moved that maintenance in the PrytaneumThis building was situated in or near the agora on the north-west slope of the Acropolis; see Vanderpool in Hesperia 4. (1935), p. 471, note 4. In it were maintained as guests of the state Olympic victors and any who had rendered extraordinary benefactions to the state. should be granted to Charidemus, son of Ischo