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1 This passage is important for determining the date of the speech. It has been held, e. g., by Kenyon, that the remark is a gibe, in which there would be no point unless Philip were already dead. But the use of the perfect tense （ὑπείληφας） seems to imply that he was still living when Hyperides spoke, or had only just been killed.
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