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1 Isocrates married Plathane, the widow of Hippias of Elis, and adopted her son Aphareus. So far as we know, he had no children of his own. See Jebb, Attic Orators vol. ii. p. 30.
2 The twelve hundred richest citizens in Athens paid the special tax levies for war purposes and performed at private expense the ”liturgies” （public services）, such as standing the expense of the training of a chorus for the drama or of fitting out a ship of war （trierarchy）. See Gilbert, Greek Constitutional Antiquities p. 371.