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And let no one suppose that I fail to realize that I am giving a different version of these same events from that which I shall be found to have written in the Panegyricus. But I do not think that anyone of those who can grasp the meaning of these events is so obsessed by stupidity and envy as not to commend me and consider me discreet for the manner in which I have treated them then and now.1

1 The version here is less offensive to the Thebans, perhaps because Athens is now cultivating friendlier relations with Thebes.

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