It is surprising, gentlemen of the Council, that the fact of our reconcilement is so keenly disputed, and that, while he cannot deny his having restored the yoke of oxen, the slaves, amid all the goods on the estate that he received under the exchange,1 he denies, in face of the settlement clearly made on every point, that we agreed to share the woman between us.

1 Apparently an exchange of property in the matter of a λειτουργία. See note on Lys. 3.20, and Lys. 4,. Introd.

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