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[3] I therefore think it just that I should now recall in connection with the accused the statements made at that time, and that not only should his friends perish by his act and his information, but he himself too should perish by the action of another.

It is impossible for you on your part, when you give your vote on a matter of this kind, to show either pity or indulgence to Andocides, since you understand that these two goddesses1 take signal vengeance upon wrongdoers: every man ought therefore to expect the same consequences for himself and for others.

1 Demeter and Persephone.

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