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[55] for Philoctemon regarded him as his bitterest enemy, both because of his general bad character, and because he was the only one of his kinsmen who, in league with the infamous Alce, plotted with this friend of his1 and his other accomplices against the property of Euctemon, and committed the acts which I have described to you.

1 i.e., Antidorus.

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