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He will say, gentlemen, attempting to deceive you, that in the time of the Four Hundred1 he killed Phrynichus,2 and in reward for this, he asserts, the people made him an Athenian citizen. But he lies, gentlemen. For neither did he kill Phrynichus, nor did the people make him an Athenian citizen.

1 411 B.C.; cf. Lys. 12.42.

2 A prominent member of the Four Hundred; cf. Thuc. 8.92.

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