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Demosthenes, Against Theocrines, section 56 (search)
For surely, Moerocles, we are not now going to exact ten talents from the MeliansMelos, an island in the southern Aegean. in accordance with the terms of your decree, because they gave harborage to the pirates, and yet suffer this man to go free who has transgressed both your decree and the laws which maintain our state. And shall we prevent from wrongdoing the islanders, against whom we must man our ships in order to hold them to their duty, but you abominable creatures, upon whom these jurymen should inflict the penalty according to the laws, while they sit right here—shall we let you go? You will not, at least if you are wise.Read the stelê.The marble slab upon which the decree was inscribed. Stele