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[4] Then, later, I was appointed to produce a chorus of children, and spent more than fifteen minae. In the archonship of Eucleides1 I produced comic drama for Cephisodorus and won a victory, spending on it, with the dedication of the equipment, sixteen minae; and at the Little Panathenaea I produced a chorus of beardless pyrrhic dancers, and spent seven minae.

1 404-403 B.C.

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