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Demosthenes, On the Trierarchic Crown, section 8 (search)
You ought, men of Athens, to seek a just course, not only in the light of these considerations, but also in the light of your own previous actions in the case of others who have acted as these men have done. For, when you were worsted in the sea-fight against Alexander,Alexander of Pherae had defeated the Athenian fleet at Peparethus in 361 B.C. you thought that the trierarchs who had let out their trierarchies were chiefly responsible for what had happened, and you gave them over for imprisonment, having decided by show of hands that they had betrayed their ships and deserted their post.