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[9] He has carried audacity to such a pitch that he actually refers to the law we have made regarding him as one that has been abolished,1 and claims liberty henceforth to enter the market-place and the temples ... even today in the Council House of the Athenians.

1 A decree of Isotimides excluded from the market-place and the temples those impious persons who had obtained immunity by laying information against others.

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