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[5] For who is there in Athens so uncritical as to believe these allegations? There must have been attenders, gentlemen of the jury, with the carriage that conveyed the bride: first a muleteer and a guide, and then her escort of boys, and also Dioxippus.1 For he was in attendance, too, since she was a widow being given away in marriage.

1 For Dioxippus, the athlete who accompanied Alexander to IndiaDiod. Sic. 17.100.2), see Introduction to the speech.

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