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[28] It was therefore publicly resolved that such members of the court of the Thesmothetae1 as were initiates should be presented with the informations of the several claimants and decide between them. As a result the principal reward was voted to Andromachus, the second to Teucrus; and at the festival of the Panathenaea2 Andromachus received ten thousand drachmae and Teucrus one thousand. Kindly call witnesses to confirm this.“Witnesses

1 i.e. the Heliaea. As with Leogoras' γραφὴ παρανόμων the jury is an exceptionally large one, although here the special circumstances make its size more easily intelligible. The case would take the form of a διαδικασία.

2 The Panathenaea was held every year, beginning on the 17th of Hecatombaeon (July 8th), and with extra pomp every four years, when the πέπλος of Athena was carried in procession.

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