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However, to prove that I am telling the truth in this, take the deposition of Deinias and read it; and call Deinias.“Deposition

Deinias, son of Theomnestus, of Athmonon,1 deposes that he gave his daughter to Apollodorus to live with him as his wife according to the laws, and that he was never present when Apollodorus released Phormio from all claims, nor was ever aware that he had done so.”

1 Athmonon was a deme of the tribe Cecropis.

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