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PREFERRED TERM
2617Eleven (Collective authorities)  
SCOPE NOTE
  • Magistrates, selected by lot, in ancient Athens. They acted as caretakers for those imprisoned. Thieves and people enslaving free persons arrested in the act were immediately put to death by them, if they admitted their crime; if they did not, each case was introduced before the court. If the court decided that the defendant had committed the crime he was accused of, the Eleven were responsible for his execution. The Eleven also introduced cases of disputed property before the court before confiscation. 
SOURCE
  • Arnaoutoglou 1998
  • Σακελλαρίου 2004
CONTRIBUTOR
  • Katsiadakis Helen (AA)
CREATOR
  • Iakovidou Athena (AA)
IN OTHER LANGUAGES
Ένδεκα (Συλλογικές αρχές)

Greek

URI
https://humanitiesthesaurus.academyofathens.gr/dyas-resource/Concept/2617
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