- An office that appears in ancient Athens. The anagrapheis were a group of persons who, with the establishment of the democratic regime in Athens (marked by the fall of the Four Hundred in 411 BC), were responsible for the collection and publication of the Athenian laws, and for the republication of the laws of Draco and the laws of Solon that were still in force.
- Sickinger 2018
- Ζαββού 2007
- Katsiadakis Helen (AA)
- Chrysovitsanos Gerasimos (AA)
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