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1 A contemporary of Demosthenos; his speeches have not survived, but were considered to resemble those of Lysias.
2 The greater portion of the Epitrepontes has been recovered from a papyrus. The other plays are lost. The names may be translated: “The Arbitrators,” “The Heiress,” “The Locri,” “The Timid Man,” “The Lawgiver,” “The Changeling.”
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