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[13] And finally, when an information was lodged against him by Lycurgus,1and he was convicted, a debtor to the state without the right to speak in public, when he had been handed over to the Eleven in accordance with the laws, <was he not seen>2walking about in the front of the lawcourts, and used he not to sit on the seat of the Prytanes?

1 Cf. Lyc. frag. 13 and note.

2 Reiske's emendation is followed here.

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