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[30] And Phormio counted out the money, and set down Timotheus as owing it (for it was he who had asked my father to furnish the freight for the timber, and the timber was his), and he wrote a memorandum of the purpose for which the money was received, and the name of the person who received it. The date of the transaction was the archonship of Alcisthenes,1 the year after Timotheus set sail to take service with the king.

1 The archonship of Alcisthenes falls in 372-371 B.C.

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