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[15] Will you then absolve this abominable wretch, this Scythian,—really I cannot contain myself,—whom no mere individual but the whole Areopagus has shown, after inquiry, to be in possession of money to your detriment, whose bribery and corruption against the city have been revealed and established beyond doubt? Will you not punish him and make him an example to others? He is known not only to have taken gold from the royal treasuries1 but also to have enriched himself at the city's own expense, since he did not even withhold his hand from the money lately brought to her by Harpalus.

1 See note on Din. 1.10

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