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[3] However, he did not marry this woman, but had a certain woman of Samos to wife, as Demetrius the Magnesian tells us in his work ‘On Persons of the Same Name.’ Whether the speech denouncing the treacherous embassage of Aeschines1 was delivered or not, is uncertain; and yet Idomeneus says that Aeschines got off by only thirty votes. But this would seem to be untrue, if we are to judge by the written speeches of both orators ‘On the Crown.’ 2 For neither of them speaks clearly and distinctly of that contention as one which came to trial. This question, however, will have to be decided by others.

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