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[130] whereas those who live off the law-courts and the assemblies1 and the doles derived from them are constrained by their need to be subservient to the sycophants and are deeply grateful for the impeachments and the indictments2 and the other sharp practices which are due to the sycophants.

1 Three obols a day were paid for the attendance of jury-men and of members of the General Assembly. See Isoc. 7.24, 54, and notes; Isoc. 15.152.

2 See Isoc. 15.314, note.

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