And all (the δημόται, supplied κατὰ σύνεσιν from γύαι as=δῆμος) bear his name in common (κοινόν, in their capacity as Κολωνεῖς), being designated thereby. τοὔνομα, acc. of object to φέρουσι, is also cognate accus. to ὠνομασμένοι, which is added to mark the fixity of the deme-name,—a title not merely ornamental (like Ἐρεχθεῖδαι for Athenians), but regular.
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