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1 Dinarchus is perhaps referring to the fact that after Chaeronea Demosthenes was appointed a commissioner for corn （σιτώνης） and went abroad to procure it （cf. Dem. 18.248）. Alternatively when appeals for help were made by Athens to some of the islands （cf. Lyc. 1.42） Demosthenes may have served as an envoy.
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