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[7] This is easily concluded from the valuation which has been attached to the schedule of the property. For they have valued the whole at more than a talent, whereas to one of the properties for which I am suing I attached five minae, and to the other1 a thousand drachmae2: if they are worth more than those amounts, the surplus after they have been sold by auction will go to the State.

1 One at Sphettus and one at Cicynna.

2 A talent was 6000 drachmae, and a mina 100 drachmae. He asks for a value of 15 minae—one eight of the two talents originally lent to Eraton.

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