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[55] That he married her and took her to be his wife as the daughter of a mistress, has been proved and attested and that this evidence is true, Xenocles himself has testified by his conduct over a long period. For it is evident that, if he had not received the woman in marriage from Endius as the daughter of a mistress, seeing that he had children by her who have already reached a certain age,1 he would have claimed her patrimony on behalf of the legitimate daughter from Endius during his lifetime,

1 Xenocles and Phile had been married eight years (Isaeus 3.31).

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