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[28] Nor are these the only proofs which make it easy to see that Aphobus continued to live with his wife and to possess the land up to the time when the suit was begun; it is plain also from the way in which he dealt with the land after judgement was given against him. For, as though the property had not been mortgaged, but was to belong to me according to the court's decision, he made off with everything that could be carried away—the produce, and all the farm implements, except the storage-tanks.1 What he could not take away he necessarily left behind, so that Onetor was now at liberty to lay claim merely to the bare land.

1 These were underground, as appears from the phrase πλὴν τῶν ἐγγείων in Dem. 30.30.

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