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That this is true you all know. For who of you that has ever gone to the stalls where dainty foods are sold has not observed the lavish expenditures of these men? Or who that has happened to encounter their revels and brawls has not been indignant in behalf of the city? However, since we are in court, call, if you please, Glaucon of Cholargus, who restored Pittalacus to freedom,1 and read his affidavit and the others.

1 The comparative freedom of a state-slave in place of the slavery that Hegesandrus had attempted to impose on him.

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