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1 The time allowed for the speeches of the prosecution and defence in an Athenian court of law was limited. It was measured by a water-clock （κλεψύδρα） which varied in size according to the nature of the case. The outflow of water was stopped during the reading of documents, depositions, etc. Here Andocides offers to stand aside with the clock still running.
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