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1So then, concerning the team of horses2—that my father was in possession of them, not by having taken them away from Teisias, but by having purchased them from the Argive state—you have heard both the Argive ambassadors and the others conversant with the facts testify. But in just this same fashion all are accustomed maliciously to accuse me.

1 It should be noted that we have only the second part of the speech, the eulogy of Alcibiades the elder; the first part must have presented the statement of facts and the citation of evidence.

2 The “team” consisted of four race-horses.

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