or again, that
the man himself, on being taken to prison for the first time,—no doubt
you realize that he has often been imprisoned—dared to behave in such
a way there that the inmates voted that no one should either light a fire for
him or sit at meals or share the usual sacrifices with him. Reflect, Athenians;
what sort of character must we suppose this man to have, who was thrown into
prison for criminal conduct
Dinarchus. Minor Attic Orators in two volumes, 2, with an English translation by J. O. Burtt, M.A. Cambridge, MA, Harvard University Press; London, William Heinemann Ltd. 1962.
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