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[27] To show the truth of this, I will produce to you witnesses.“Witnesses

So then, that Aristophanes did not leave any silver or gold is easily concluded from what I have stated and from these testimonies. Of fine1 bronze plate he possessed but little: when he was entertaining the envoys of Evagoras, he had to use what he could borrow. The list of the pieces that he left shall be read to you.“Inventory of Bronze Plate

1 Containing an admixture of gold and silver.

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