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[15] Yet even here he will be shown to have said nothing of the claims which he now makes. He referred the matter for arbitration to the father of his own wife, and the husband of his wife's sister, and to Lysinus and Andromenes,1 and they induced Phormio to make him a present of the three thousand drachmae and the additional items, and thus to have him as a friend rather than as an enemy because of this. So the plaintiff received in all five thousand drachmae, and going to the temple of Athena,2 gave Phormio for the second time a release from all demands.

1 The two first named represented Apollodorus; the latter two, Phormio.

2 The Parthenon, as it is stated below to have been on the Acropolis.

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