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PREFERRED TERM
2045Apodektai (Collective authorities)  
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SCOPE NOTE
  • Magistrates in ancient Athens. The apodektai were ten in number and were appointed by lot. They received certain state revenues and apportioned them (merizein) as directed by law among separate spending authorities. They also kept lists of persons indebted to the state, made entries of all monies that were paid in, and erased the names of the debtors from the lists. Moreover, they executed some payments and had the power to decide cases connected with the subjects under their management, but only up to 10 drachms.
SOURCE
  • Papazarkadas 2011
  • Σακελλαρίου 2004
CONTRIBUTOR
  • Katsiadakis Helen (AA)
CREATOR
  • Iakovidou Athena (AA)
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Αποδέκται (Συλλογικές αρχές)

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Αποδέκτες (Συλλογικές αρχές)
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https://humanitiesthesaurus.academyofathens.gr/dyas-resource/Concept/2045
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