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The Rule of Law in Action in Democratic Athens$

Edward M. Harris

Print publication date: 2013

Print ISBN-13: 9780199899166

Published to Oxford Scholarship Online: January 2014

DOI: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199899166.001.0001

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(p.379) Appendix 6 Categories of Atimoi Listed in the Decree of Patrocleides (And. 1.73–76)

(p.379) Appendix 6 Categories of Atimoi Listed in the Decree of Patrocleides (And. 1.73–76)

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The Rule of Law in Action in Democratic Athens
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A. State-debtors: (1) those owing money for euthynai, (2) those owing money for ejectment suits, (3) public actions, or (4) fines, (5) those who did not make payments on public contracts, (6) those who were sureties to the state and did not make payment before the ninth prytany.

B. Those who lost civic rights, but retained property: (1) those convicted of theft, (2) those convicted of bribes, [military offenses] (3) those who left their position in battle, (4) were convicted of desertion, (5) cowardice, (6) desertion from the fleet, or (7) throwing away their shield, (8) those convicted three times for false testimony, (9) or falsely witnessing a summons, or (10) guilty of mistreating their parents.

C. Those who lost some but not all civic rights: (1) soldiers who remained in Athens under the Four Hundred (loss of right to speak in Assembly or serve in Council), (2) those who lost right to bring public case or an indictment, (3) those forbidden to sail to the Hellespont, or (4) to Ionia or (5) to enter the Agora. (p.380)