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Read the complaint itself, which he brings against me.“Complaint

Nicobulus has harmed me by laying a plot against me and against my property, having ordered Antigenes, his slave, to take away from my slave the silver which he was bringing to be paid to the state for the mining property which I bought for ninety minae,1 and having also caused me to be inscribed as debtor to the treasury for double that amount.”

1 Presumably the amount due to the state for the purchase of the mine, though the sum differs from the amount secured by the mortgage.

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