and Woman at a Tomb, Berlin V.I. 3262
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Lysias, On the Murder of Eratosthenes (selections)
"I will prove that Eratosthenes raped my wife." Lysias
"In the beginning my wife was the best of all women." Lysias
"Time passed and I came home unexpectedly from the country,"
"After this, a certain old woman approached me," Lysias
"Returning home, I ordered the serving girl to follow me to
the market," Lysias
"I had a friend and relative named Sostratos," Lysias