Areopagus   - in ancient sources @ attalus.org


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  Areopagus   - council of elders, and chief court at Athens
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  + Areopagite , Areopagites , Areopagitic
324/28 The Areopagus starts an enquiry into claims that leading Athenians
286/7 Theophrastus falls silent while addressing the Areopagus.
    Within translations:
Athen_4.167   nner. And when the Areopagites summoned him before them,
Athen_4.168   times the judges of the Areopagus used to summon before
Athen_6.245   with the judges of the Areopagus, to examine the parties
Athen_6.255   hey do the judges of the Areopagus), either how many they
Athen_9.405   his play entitled The Areopagite, has spoken as follows
Athen_13.566   orator has said, in his Areopagitic Oration [ 49 ], "
Athen_13.591   one of the judges of the Areopagus; as also Satyrus, the
Cic:Rep_1.43   after they had deprived the Areopagus of its power, succeeded in
DiogLaert_7.169   the judges of the Areopagus admired him, and voted that
Philoch_20   IONYS.AREOP. & The Areopagites used to sit in judgement
Philoch_64   when they went up to the Areopagus, but the nomophylakes
Phld:Sto_52   - he was also an Areopagite; Apollonides of Smyrna; Chrysermus of
Plin:HN_7.200   first carried on in the Areopagus.
Plin:HN_33.156   engraved the Athenian Council of Areopagus and the Trial of Orestes
Plut:Mor_843   accused Autolycus the Areopagite, Lysicles the general,
Plut:Mor_846   ondemned in the court of Areopagus; and being condemned,
Plut:Mor_850   for their advocate, the Areopagites refused to ratify the
Plut:Phoc_16   in the members of the Areopagus to their assistance;
SEG_21.469   (129/8)   t, the herald of the Areopagus Council, [and the th
Syll_334   (306/5)   konion, by the following Areopagites: . . . of K
ValMax_2.6.4   sacred council, called the Areopagus, where diligent enquiry used
ValMax_5.3e.3   an altar between the very hill of - the venerable home
ValMax_8.1a.2   to be determined by the Areopagus at Athens. He was unwilling


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