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[6] This man, first of all, as a magistrate in Oropus,1 neither betrayed you nor set up a new constitution when everyone else in office utterly betrayed their trust. They did not stay for the reckoning, thus convicting themselves of guilt; whereas he, feeling himself innocent, comes up for punishment!

1 On the north coast of Attica.

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