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Since, then, she was treated with wanton outrage by Phrynion, and was not loved as she expected to be, and since her wishes were not granted by him, she packed up his household goods and all the clothing and jewelry with which he had adorned her person, and, taking with her two maid-servants, Thratta and Coccalinêe, ran off to Megara. This was the period when Asteius was archon at Athens,1 at the time you were waging your second war against the Lacedaemonians.

1 That is, in 372 B.C.; Alcisthenes was archon the year following.

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