A.company of ten, Il.2.126, Hdt.3.25; of ships, A. Pers.340, etc.: generally, company, “ἧς καὶ σὺ φαίνει δεκάδος” E.Supp. 219; number, tale, “τῶν ἐτέων ἡ δ. οὐκ ὀλίγη” Call.Fr.489; ἡ Ἀττικὴ δ., the ten Attic Orators, Luc.Scyth.10.
2. Αύκου δ. the company of Lycus, a name given to bribed dicasts at Athens, because the bribers were to be found near the statue of Lycus in the law-courts, Eratosth. ap. Harp.s.v.
II. the number ten, περὶ τῆς δ., title of work by Archytas, cf. Philol.11, Arist.Metaph.1084a12; τέλειον ἡ δ., Pythag., ib.986a8, cf. Fr.203.