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[11] And why need I speak further of our intimacy at home?1 In truth, not even in exile did we care to be apart. Finally, when Thrasylochus was striken with the wasting disease and suffered a long illness—his brother Sopolis had previously died2 and his mother and sister had not arrived3—seeing him so completely destitute of companionship I nursed him with such unremitting care and devotion that he thought he could never repay me with a gratitude adequate to my services;

1 That is, at Siphnos.

2 Sopolis died in Lycia (cf. Isoc. 19.40).

3 At Aegina.

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