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On the Estate of Dicaeogenes
 Now when Dicaeogenes （III.） renounced the two-thirds of the estate in favor of the women, Leochares suggested that Protarchides should hand over to him the building which he possessed in lieu of the dowry, on the ground that he was surety, and receive from him on his wife's behalf the share of the estate which accrued to her.1 He took over the building, but never paid over the share of the estate. And of these facts I will now produce Protarchides as witness.“Witness”
1 If the interpretation suggested in the last note is correct, the meaning here can only be that the dowry of the sister of Dicaeogenes II., having originally come from him, had to return into hotchpotch before his estate could be re-divided.