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[19] He has made it plain to the Greeks at large that he does not revere the gods. For without a sign of misgiving for his actions, but with an air of assurance, he took to ship-owning, and went voyaging on the sea. But the deity was enticing him on, that he might return to his iniquities and pay the penalty at my instance.1

1 The text implies that the deity is employing the speaker as a fair and convenient means of punishing Andocides.

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