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[31] Lysitheides, men of the jury, so long as my father lived, would probably not have wronged him either with or without an oath, for he had a regard for him; but for me he had no regard, while not upon his oath, although perhaps, if put upon his oath, he would have abstained from wronging me in his own interest. This is why he made the award without taking an oath.

To prove that I am speaking the truth, I shall, in regard to these matters also, bring forward as witnesses those who were present.“ Witnesses

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