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[2] I accuse him not of killing my son deliberately, but of killing him by accident—though the loss which I have suffered is not thereby lessened. But if he has not caused the dead boy himself disquiet, he has caused disquiet to the living1; and I ask you to pity that dead boy's childless parents: to show your sorrow for his own untimely end: to forbid his slayer to set foot where he is forbidden to set foot by the law2: and to refuse to allow him to defile the whole city.

1 For ἐνθύμιος see General Introduction.

2 See Antiph. 6.34 ff., On the Choreutes, for the meaning of εἴργεσθαι τῶν νομίμων.

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