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On The Estate of Apollodorus
 On the other hand, he had had experience of me, having sufficiently tested me; he well knew what had been my behavior towards my father and mother, my care for my relatives and my capacity for managing my own affairs. He was well aware that in my official capacity as thesmothete1 I have been neither unjust nor rapacious. It was then not in ignorance, but with full knowledge, that he was making me master of his property.
1 This title was given to six junior archons, who presided at the allotment of the magistrates and were responsible for revising the laws.