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[54] And Hippias of Thasos, and Xenophon of Curium,1 who were summoned by the Council on the same charge as this man, were put to death,—the one, Xenophon, after suffering on the rack, the other, Hippias, in the manner ... 2; because in the eyes of the Thirty they did not deserve to be saved,—they had not destroyed one Athenian! But Agoratus was let off, because in their eyes he had done what was most agreeable to them.

1 In the south of Cyprus.

2 A short gap is left in the text.

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