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This was the first information, gentlemen; it was due to Andromachus, and implicated the persons mentioned. Now call Diognetus, please. “WitnessYou were on the commission of inquiry,1 Diognetus when Pythonicus impeached Alcibiades before the Assembly?


You recollect that Andromachus laid an information as to what was going on in Pulytion's house?


And these are the names of those implicated by that information?


1 An extraordinary board of the ζητηταί was set up to investigate both the profanation of the Mysteries and the mutilaton of the Hermae; they would act as an advisory committee to the βουλή. Peisander and Charicles were also members (Andoc. 1.36).

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