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To go back to the beginning, men of the jury, there were born to Euthymachus, of OtrynĂȘ,1 three sons, Meidylides and Archippus and Archiades, and a daughter whose name was ArchidicĂȘ. After the death of their father the brothers gave ArchidicĂȘ in marriage to Leostratus of Eleusis2 ; of the three brothers Archippus lost his life at Methymna3 while serving as trierarch, and Meidylides not long afterward married Mnesimache, the daughter of Lysippus of Crioa.4

1 See note 1 above.

2 Eleusis was a deme of the tribe Hippothontis.

3 Methymna was a town in Lesbos.

4 Crioa was a deme of the tribe Antiochis.

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