this, men of Athens, Simus the Thessalian came here with the defendant Neaera
for the great Panathenaea.1 Nicaretê came with her, and they
lodged with Ctesippus son of Glauconides,of Cydantidae2; and
the defendant Neaera drank and dined with them in the presence of many men, as
any courtesan would do.To prove the truth of my
statements, I will call witnesses to these facts.
1 The Great Panathenaea
was celebrated in Athens every fifth year in the month Hecatombaeon
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