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[11] Lochites is one of these persons. For even though he was too young to have belonged to the oligarchy established at that time, yet his character at any rate is in harmony with their regime. For it was men of like disposition who betrayed our power to the enemy, razed the walls of the fatherland, and put to death without a trial fifteen hundred citizens.1

1 Cf. Isoc. 7.67, where the same number of victims is given; cf. also Isoc. 4.113.

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