decree of Diopeithes

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(c.432 bc),

provided an impeachment procedure against impiety. Plutarch (Pericles 32), our only source, says it attacked ‘those who fail to respect (nomizein) things divine or teach theories about the ...

Subjects: Classical Studies.

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