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[9] After this he married a woman of Seriphos, belonging to a family of greater consequence than might be expected of a native of their island.1 Of this marriage were born Sopolis, Thrasylochus, and a daughter, who is my wife. These were the only legitimate children left by Thrasyllus and he made these his heirs when he died.

1 The insignificance of Seriphos was proverbial; cf. Plat. Rep. 329e.

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