This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 Excerpt: ... the ra/dai (II. 571). 1 C.I.A., I. 2 and II. 571 make the scrutiny take place before the tWvret and in the second inscr. he is assisted by ...Read MoreThis historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1895 Excerpt: ... the ra/dai (II. 571). 1 C.I.A., I. 2 and II. 571 make the scrutiny take place before the tWvret and in the second inscr. he is assisted by rdpfSpoi. 8 The system of cCSwa described above as in force in the Deme Myrrhinus, is recorded in C.I.A., II. 578. I believe the context there justifies my identification of the auv-rryopoi mentioned in line 14 with the 10 elective officers mentioned in 11. 17 and 24. That the audit officials here concerned were merely Deme-officials is correctly maintained by Kohler, ad loc., in opposition to K. Schoell, de Syneyoria att., p. 29 ff. 4 On the Deme meetings cf. Milller 33 ff.; Haussoullier 11 ff. 'Ayopi means (1) the market-places of the various Demes: C.I.A., I. 2; 11.571, 573, (2) the assembly of the Demotai: II. 585., Dem. 44, 36; Lex. Seguer. 327: dyopa awiipiov pverwv ical dyfwrwv oiovei auWoyot. C.I.A., U. 578, 573b: tliy rls Ti Tovtuv waph, raura iroi-, iirifioXtiv iir(i)a6rTa Tip 5r)fiapxov tlrdyei()) els T6 Sucaoritpiov xpAlfor rot! fo/iou dt KttVTcu vepl TOVTWII. some reason or other omitted to do so.1 The Deme-assembly acted as a judicial tribunal in the Suuf/rjcpuris also. This last process was instituted, sometimes by decree of the whole people in all Demes alike, in order to detect those who had illegally obtained enrolment as citizens; sometimes in single Demes, by decree of the Deme, e.g. if the Xr/tiapxtKov ypap.partlov had been lost. In this case also the Demotai were first sworn in to give their verdict impartially. Then the names of the individual Demotai were called over, and each name was voted upon by ballot, by means of pebbles placed in a balloting urn.s If any one were ejected from the Deme by this vote and he acquiesced in the verdict, he simply lost his burgess-rights. If however he appea...Read Less
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