. . . and he had Ariston's slaves in his works. This fact he confirmed for you himself1 in court when Ariston was bringing an action against Archestratides.2

1 The subject is probably Theomnestus.

2 Nothing is known of this man. He may be the Archestratides against whom Hyperides composed a speech. Compare Hyp. Fr. 52.

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