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Since he now had, instead of the agreed amount, gentlemen, three talents of silver, four hundred cyzicenes, a hundred daricsA stater of Cyzicus was a coin equal to 28 Attic drachmae, and a Persian daric was one of slightly less value. and four silver cups, I begged him to give me money for my journey; but he declared that I should be glad enough to save my skin.
and he also produced an account of his loans on bottomry, amounting to seven talents and forty minaeand two thousand drachmae invested in the Chersonese.In Thrace. This sentence is evidently defective. He charged him, in case anything should happen to himself, to dower his wife and his daughter with a talent each, and to give his wife the contents of the room; he also bequeathed to his wife twenty minae and thirty staters of Cyzicus.See Lys. 12.11, note.