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[2] Besides, I won a victory with a male chorus at the Dionysia under the same archon, and spent on it, including the dedication of the tripod, five thousand drachmae; then, in the time of Diocles,1 three hundred on a cyclic2 chorus at the Little Panathenaea. In the meantime, for seven years I equipped warships, at a cost of six talents.

1 409-408 B.C.

2 A circular or dithyrambic chorus, usually associated with the worship of Dionysus.

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