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To Ctesiphon he seemed to be brilliant in person, but to me not superior to Aristodemus the actor” （he was one of us on the embassy）. “One man says he has a great memory; so have others. ‘He was a wonderful drinker’; our Philocrates could beat him. One says that it was left to me to speak about our claim to Amphipolis; but neither to you nor to me would this orator be capable of yielding a moment of his time.
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