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Athenian officials, appointed by lot, who had charge of the prison and executions. They took into custody persons accused of serious theft or certain other crimes. If the thief was caught red‐handed and admitted his guilt, they had him executed without trial; otherwise they presided over the court which tried him. (See law and procedure, athenian.)

Subjects: Classical Studies.


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