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[36] They inscribed these two boys before the archon as adopted children of the sons of Euctemon who had died,1 inscribing themselves as guardians, and requested the archon to grant a lease of the house-property as being the property of orphans, in order that part of the property might be leased and part might be used as a security, and mortgage notices adfixed to it in the children's names during the lifetime of Euctemon, and they themselves might become lessees and receive the income.

1 Philoctemon and Ergamenes (cf. Isaeus 6.44).

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