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1 Dionys. Lys. 1.
2 [Plut.] Vit. Lys.
6 Dionysios and the pseudoPlut. both mark the date by the archonship of Kallias.
7 See the short fragment of this speech ὑπὲρ Νικίου in Sauppe O. A. II. p. 199. Dionysios unliesitatingly rejeeted it, and the few remaining words suffiee in themselves to betray a vulgar rhetorician:—κλαίω τὸν ἀμάχητον καὶ ἀναυμάχητον ὄλεθρον, κ.τ.λ. But it must have been at least as old as the latter part of the fourth century B C, since Theophrastos quoted it (Dionys. Lys. 14).
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