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property-tax imposed in time of need. they agreed on my behalf to a tax of five hundred drachmae on every twenty-five minaeThis was a tax of 20 percent of the man's entire property, and was the maximum.—a tax equal to that paid by Timotheus, son of Conon,Timotheus was one of the leading citizens of Athens. His father, Conon, was the famous general who in 395 had destroyed the Lacedemonian fleet at Cnidos. and those possessing the largest fortunes. However, I had better inform you in detail what portions of the property were producing a profit and what were unproductive, and what were their respective values; for when you have accurate information regarding these matters, you will know that of all who have ever acted as trustees none have so shamelessly and so openly plundered an estate as thes
ar the burdens of public service (the treirarchy, choregia, etc.) and of the special property-tax imposed in time of need. they agreed on my behalf to a tax of five hundred drachmae on every twenty-five minaeThis was a tax of 20 percent of the man's entire property, and was the maximum.—a tax equal to that paid by Timotheus, son of Conon,Timotheus was one of the leading citizens of Athens. His father, Conon, was the famous general who in 395 had destroyed the Lacedemonian fleet at Cnidos. and those possessing the largest fortunes. However, I had better inform you in detail what portions of the property were producing a profit and what were unproductive, and what were their respective values; for when you have accurate information regarding these matters, you will know that <
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a tax of five hundred drachmae on every twenty-five minaeThis was a tax of 20 percent of the man's entire property, and was the maximum.—a tax equal to that paid by Timotheus, son of Conon,Timotheus was one of the leading citizens of Athens. His father, Conon, was the famous general who in 395 had destroyed the Lacedemonian fleet at Cnidos. and those possessing the largest fortunes. HowevConon, was the famous general who in 395 had destroyed the Lacedemonian fleet at Cnidos. and those possessing the largest fortunes. However, I had better inform you in detail what portions of the property were producing a profit and what were unproductive, and what were their respective values; for when you have accurate information regarding these matters, you will know that of all who have ever acted as trustees none have so shamelessly and so openly plundered an estate as these men have plundered ours