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[3] When our mother, the sister of Pyrrhus, claimed1 the estate, the legal representative of the woman who was suing for the estate had the audacity to put in a protestation2 that the estate was not adjudicable to our mother, because Pyrrhus, to whom it originally belonged, had a legitimate daughter. We denounced his protestation and brought before you the man who had the audacity to make it;

1 She claimed as sister of Pyrrhus, not as mother of Endius, in which capacity she had no title.

2 For the meaning of διαμαρτυρία (protestation) see Isaeus 2, Introduction.

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