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To prove that I so challenged him, the clerk shall read to you the deposition regarding these matters and the challenge.

Read the deposition and then the challenge.“Deposition

Hippocrates, son of Hippocrates, of Probalinthus,1 Demosthenes, son of Demosthenes, of Paeania, Diophanes, son of Diophanes, of Alopecê, Deinomenes, son of Archelaus, of Cydathenaeum, Deinias, son of Phormides, of Cydantidae, and Lysimachus, son of Lysippus, of Aegilia, depose that they were present in the agora, when Apollodorus challenged Stephanus, demanding that he deliver up the women-servants for the torture in regard to the charges preferred against Stephanus by Apolodorus concerning Neaera; and that Stephanus refused to deliver up the women-servants; and that the challenge was the one which Apollodorus produces.”

1 Probalinthus was a deme of the tribe Pandionis, Paeania of the tribe Pandionis, Alopecê of the tribe Antiochis, Cydathenaeum of the tribe Pandionis, Cydantidae of the tribe Aegeïs, and Aegilia of the tribe Antiochis.

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