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[2] My brother having died last year, Phile, ignoring the existence of the last tenant, came forward, claiming to be the legitimate daughter of our uncle, and Xenocles of Coprus,1 as her legal representative, demanded to be given possession of the estate of Pyrrhus, who had died more than twenty years before, having fixed the value of the estate at three talents.

1 A deme belonging to the tribe of Hippothontis. A scholiast on Aristoph. Kn. 899, states that it was an island off Attica.

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