...[They have been attempted] through a courtroom empanelled from one of the noble households, and sworn upon the sacrifices. The a part of accuser used to be taken through Myron. They have been stumbled on in charge of the sacrilege, and their our bodies have been forged out in their graves and their race banished for evermore. In view of this expiation, Epimenides the Cretan played a purification of town.
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Munichia. a part of Piraeus (map 2): fortified through Hippias, 19. 2; occupied through returning democrats 403, 38. 1, three; garrisoned through cadets, forty two. three; posting of a normal, sixty one. 1. Myron. Prosecutor of fellows blamed for killing Cylon’s supporters: 1. Naxos. Aegean island (map 1); domestic of Lygdamis: 15. 2–3. Neocles. Father of Themistocles: 23. three. Nicias. baby-kisser from non-aristocratic history yet applicable to aristocrats: indexed as opponent of Cleon, 28. three; praised, 28. five; cf. 22. 3–4n. Nicodemus. Archon 483/2: 22. 7. Nisus. mythical son of Pandion: p. 39. Oe. Deme (map 2); laid out in errors for Oa (map 2): 27. four. Oreus. In Euboea (map 1); dependable to Athens whilst different towns rebellion 411:33. 1. Oropus. North-east of Attica (map 2); claimed via Athens, and whilst in her arms governed as topic territory: fifty four. 7n. ; see additionally Amphiaraus, in word list. Paeania. Deme (map 2): 14. four, 28. three, 38. three. Palladium, courtroom at. close to sanctuary of Pallas Athena and of Zeus (map 3); used for murder trials: fifty seven. three. Pallas. mythical son of Pandion: p. 39. Pallenis. Temple of Athena Pallenis in deme Pallene (map 2), the place Pisistratus wins conflict in ultimate seizure of strength: 15. three, 17. four. Pandion. mythical king of Athens: p. 39, Epit. 1. Pangaeum. Mountain in Thrace (map 1), with mines from which Pisistratus derives wealth: 15. 2. Parnes. Mountain variety (map 2): 19. three. Pausanias I. Spartan regent 480/79–460S; offends allies after Persian Wars: 23. four. Pausanias II. Spartan king 408–395; despatched to aid oligarchs opposed to democrats 403, yet encourages reconciliation: 38. 3–4, Pelargic wall. past due Mycenaean wall of Acropolis, harassed with Pelargikon, enclosure at west finish of Acropolis (map 3): 19. five. Peloponnesians: mythical king Xuthus, p. 39; Peloponnesian battle 431–404, 27. 2, cf. 27. five, 29–34; Peloponnesian garrison in Athens 404–403, 38. 2. Pericles. Son of Xanthippus, 28. 2n. ; prosecutes Cimon 463/2, 27. 1; assaults Areopagus, 27. 1; introduces jury pay, 27. 3–4; citizenship legislations 451/0, 26. four; final tolerable democratic chief, 28. 1, three. Persephone. Goddess, daughter of Demeter; Theseus and Pirithous try and abduct from underworld: p. 39. Persians. Persian Wars 490 and 480–479: 22. three, 22. 7–8, cf. 23. 1, 23. 4n, 25. 1, 27. 2, forty-one. 2, Epit. 1; Themistocles’ flight to, 25. 3–4n. Phaenippus. Archon 490/89: 22. three. Phayllus. Virtuous member of Ten: 38. three. Pheidon. Tyrant of Argos, maybe c. 670; regular measures linked to: 10. 2. Philoneos. Archon 528/7: 17. 1. Phormisius: stated to be supporter of Theramenes 404, 34. three; yet with Thrasybulus at Munichia; proposes limit of citizenship 403, 34. 3n. , 39. 5–6n. Phreatus, sanctuary of. On coast; used for murder trials: fifty seven. three. Phrynichus. prime oligarch 411: restored to textual content of the Athenian structure, 32. 2. Phye. lady who impersonates Athena for Pisistratus: 14. four. Phyle. Deme (map 2): fortified through returning democrats 403, 37. 1, 38. 1, cf. forty-one. 2; garrisoned via cadets, forty two. 4n. Piraeus. Harbour city of Athens, and deme (map 2): governors of lower than Thirty, 35. 1, 39. 6; occupied by way of returning democrats 403, 38, forty. 2–3, cf. forty-one. 2; garrisoned via cadets, forty two. three; officers for, 50.