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On The Estate Of Pyrrhus
 These same uncles have deposed that they were present by invitation of their nephew at the tenth-day ceremony1 in honor of the child who was declared to be his daughter. Here I note with the utmost indignation that the husband, in claiming her paternal inheritance on behalf of his wife, has put down her name as Phile, while Pyrrhus's uncles, alleging that they were present, deposed that her father called her Cleitarete, after her grandmother.
1 i.e., the ceremony of naming the child.