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[33] In a very short time—and this was the object of their advice to Euctemon to annul the will—he sold a farm at Athmonon1 to Antiphanes for seventy-five minas and the bath-house at Serangion2 to Aristolochus for 3000 drachmas; and he realized a mortgage of forty-five minas on a house in Athens from the hierophant.3 Further, he sold some goats with their goat-herd for thirteen minas and two pairs of mules, one for eight minas and the other for five hundred and fifty drachmas, and all the slaves he had that were craftsmen.

1 The site of this place was near the modern Marusi, about seven miles north-east of Athens (See Frazer on Paus. 1.31.4).

2 The site of these baths has been discovered below the eastern end of the hill on Munychia on the Peiraic peninsula. They consisted of a subterranean chamber with openings in different directions through the cliff (see Frazer's Pausanius 5. p. 477).

3 The official who displayed the sacred emblems at the Eleusinian mysteries; he was a member of the house of the Eumolpidae.

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