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[15] There was an interval of two years between the marriage of the woman and their declaration that the divorce had taken place. She was married in the archonship of Polyzelus, in the month of Scirophorion,1 and the divorce was registered in the month of Poseidon,2 in the archonship of Timocrates. I, on my part, was admitted to citizenship3 immediately after the marriage, laid my charges, and demanded an accounting; and, finding that I was being robbed of all my property, instituted my suit under the last-mentioned archon.

1 That is, in June 366.

2 That is, in December 364.

3 See note b, on Dem. 27.5, and Aristot. Ath. Pol. 42.2

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