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On the Estate of Dicaeogenes
 Yet Diopeithes, one of the two arbitrators,1 was brother-in-law of Leochares here and a personal enemy of mine, and had been my opponent in other actions regarding contracts, while Demaratus, his colleague, was a brother of Mnesiptolemus, who acted with Leochares as surety for Dicaeogenes （III.）. These men, however, refused to pronounce their opinion, although they had made us swear that we would abide by whatever they themselves decided. Of these facts I will now produce witnesses before you.“Witnesses”
1 i.e., as the context shows, one of the two arbitrators nominated by the speaker's opponents.