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Demosthenes, Against Apatourius, section 20 (search)
After this there befell Parmeno, men of the jury, a dire misfortune. He was dwelling in OphryniumA city in the Troad. because of his being an exile from home, when the earthquake in the Chersonese occurred; and in the collapse of his house his wife and children perished. Immediately on hearing of the disaster he departed by ship from Athens. Aristocles, although the man had adjured him in the presence of witnesses not to pronounce judgement against him without his co-arbitrators, when Parmeno had left the country because of the disaster, pronounced an award against him by default.