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If now my father had been well-to-do, men of the jury, and able to provide a thousand drachmae, he would have got off entirely free from the indictment for illegality; for that was the sum the defendant demanded of him.

Call, please, Philippides of Paeania1 to whom this fellow Theocrines made this statement, and the others who know that he made it.“ Witnesses

1 Paeania, a deme of the tribe Pandionis.

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