Although I was aware of much that was outrageous about Simon, gentlemen of the Council, I did not believe that he would ever have carried audacity to the pitch of lodging a complaint as the injured party to a case where he was the person who should be punished, and of taking that great and solemn affidavit1 and so coming before you.

1 The oath or affidavit (διωμοσία) taken by both parties to a suit at a private examination (ἀνάκρισις). See fn. 5 on Antiph. 5, On the Murder of Herodes.

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