Areopagus - in ancient sources @ attalus.org
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- council of elders, and chief court at Athens
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+ Areopagite , Areopagites , Areopagitic
The Areopagus starts an enquiry into claims that leading Athenians
Theophrastus falls silent while addressing the Areopagus.
nner. And when the Areopagites summoned him before them,
with the judges of the Areopagus, to examine the parties
hey do the judges of the Areopagus), either how many they
his play entitled The Areopagite, has spoken as follows
orator has said, in his Areopagitic Oration [ 49 ], "
one of the judges of the Areopagus; as also Satyrus, the
the judges of the Areopagus admired him, and voted that
IONYS.AREOP. & The Areopagites used to sit in judgement
when they went up to the Areopagus, but the nomophylakes
accused Autolycus the Areopagite, Lysicles the general,
ondemned in the court of Areopagus; and being condemned,
for their advocate, the Areopagites refused to ratify the
in the members of the Areopagus to their assistance;
(129/8) t, the herald of the Areopagus Council, [and the th
(306/5) konion, by the following Areopagites: . . . of K
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