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[3] Although I have borne all these expenses, and have faced daily peril in your service abroad, I have nevertheless made contributions—one of thirty minae and another of four thousand drachmae—to special levies. As soon as I returned to these shores, in the archonship of Alexias,1 I was producing games for the Promethea,2 and won a victory after spending twelve minae.

1 405-404 B.C.

2 Torch-races were held in honor of Prometheus.

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