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[4] Also they elect by lot Auditors, one for each tribe, and two Assessors for each Auditor, who are required to sit at the tribal meetings according to the hero after whom each tribe is named,1 and if anyone wishes to prefer a charge, of either a private or a public nature, against any magistrate who has rendered his accounts before the jury-court, within three days from the day on which he rendered his accounts, he writes on a tablet his own name and that of the defendant, and the offence of which he accuses him, adding whatever fine he thinks suitable, and gives it to the Auditor;

1 i.e. one Auditor and two Assessors are assigned to each tribe, the assignment being indicated by the name of the hero after whom the tribe was named. See Aristot. Ath. Pol. 53.5 n.

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