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[5] That in the former trial Nicodemus's evidence was recognized as being false, the condemnation of the witness1 on that occasion most clearly proves. For if the present defendant had not been recognized as having given false evidence, the other witness would have been acquitted in the suit about the protestation, and the woman whom the protestation affirmed to be my uncle's legitimate daughter would have been established as his heiress instead of our mother.

1 i.e., Xenocles.

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