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Type: Statesman
Nationality: Greek
Date of Birth: 389 BC
Date of Death: 314 BC


 

Aeschines Quotes > For then only will you be...

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For then only will you be strong, when you cherish the laws, and when the revolutionary attempts of lawless men shall have ceased.
Aeschines

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