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law-suits were next begun.1 As time went on they submitted the matter to the arbitration of Diopeithes of Sunium, a man of Hegesandrus' own deme and one with whom he had had dealings in his younger years. Diopeithes undertook the case, but put it off again and again in order to favor these parties.

1 Suits between Glaucon and Hegesandrus, who claimed that Pittalacus was a slave of his.

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