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1 In the 4th century B.C. the chairman of the πρυτάνεις appointed these presidents by lot, one from each tribe except that to which he himself belonged, for each meeting of the Council or Assembly. After their appointment he drew lots among them for their chairman （ἐπιστάτης）. （See Aeschin. 1. 104, Aeschin. 3. 39, and Aristot. Ath. Pol. 44. 2.）
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