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Read what follows.“Complaint

And after I had become a debtor to the state, having stationed his slave Antigenes in my mining property at Thrasyllus,1 in full control of my works, although I forbade him . . .”

Stop reading. In all this he will again be convicted of falsehood by the facts themselves; for he has written in the complaint that I stationed the slave and that he forbade me. But this was impossible in the case of one who was not in the country. Neither did I station anyone, seeing that I was in Pontus, nor did he forbid a man who was not in Athens.

1 A site in Maroneia, so called from a monument of Thrasyllus which stood there.

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