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1 The famous Alcibiades was the son of Cleinias （son of Alcibiades, opponent of the Peisistratids, 510 b.c.）, and Deinomache （daughter of Megacles, supporter of the Peisistratid party, 486 b.c.）. The people once a year could vote for the expulsion of one citizen from the city, by writing his name on a potsherd （ὄστρακον）.
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