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a list to be made for him of all houses whose heirs were orphan. Having obtained a complete list, he made use of the orphans' property until each should come of age.After the capture of Rhegium, he summoned a meeting of the citizens, and told them why he had a good right to sell them as slaves.If, however, they would pay him the expenses of the war and three minaeSee 3. a head besides, he would release them. The people of Rhegium brought forth all their hoards; the poor borrowed from the wealthier and from the foreigners resident in the city; and so the amount demanded was paid. But though he received this money from them, none the less he sold them all for slaves, having succeeded in bringing to light the hoarded goods which they