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So, then, Phrynion brought suit against Stephanus for having taken this woman Neaera from him and asserted her freedom, and for having received the goods which Neaera had brought with her from Phrynion's house. Their friends, however, brought them together and induced them to submit their quarrel to arbitration. On behalf of Phrynion, Satyrus of Alopecê, the brother of Lacedaemonius, sat as arbitrator, and on behalf of Stephanus here, Saurias of Lamptrae1; and they added to their number by common consent Diogeiton of Acharnae.2

1 Lamptrae, a deme of the tribe Erectheïs.

2 Acharnae, a deme of the tribe Oeneïs.

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