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That he did not challenge my father to an oath at that time, but now maligns him after his death, and brings forward his own intimates who recklessly bear false witness against me, you can easily see from the circumstantial evidence and from the deposition. And that I was ready on my father's behalf to take the oath which the law prescribes when an heir is sued in court on a charge brought against one who is dead,—

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