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Caecilius has appended a decree passed in the archonship of Theopompus," the
year in which the • Kock, Com. Att. Frag. i. p. 629, no. 103. • Cf. Miiller, Frag. Hist.
Oraec. ii. p. 23. • 411-410 b.c. Caecilius derived his text of the decree from ...
This was in the archonship of Praxiteles,* and he was then fifteen years old. He
remained there, was instructed by the Syracusans Teisias and Nicias, acquired a
house, had a share of the allotment, and was a citizen for thirty-three years, until ...
When he was thirty-seven years old, reckoning from the archonship of Dexitheus
° to that of Calli- machus,6 who was in office when an embassy came from the
Olynthians asking for help because they were being hard pressed by Philip in the
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