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Here the proof of the malice of Aeschines, promised in § 118, is given on the authority of the decree just read. It is argued that Aeschines admits the gifts and their legality by his silence concerning them, while he brands as illegal the proposal to return public thanks for these gifts. As if the thanks for a legal gift might not be given in an illegal manner.

5. παρανόμων γράφει: cf. note on § 13.9.

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