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In Defense of Mantitheus
 Then after that, gentlemen, there was the expedition to Corinth1; and everyone knew beforehand that it must be a dangerous affair. Some were trying to shirk their duty, but I contrived to have myself posted in the front rank for our battle with the enemy. Our tribe had the worst fortune, and suffered the heaviest losses in the ranks: I retired from the field later than the fine fellow of Steiria2 who has been reproaching everybody with cowardice.
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