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τελων-έω , pf.
A.τετελώνηκαPhld. Rh.1.344 S.:—to be a τελώνης, PPetr.2p.108 (iii B.C.), Plu.2.236b, Luc.Pseudol.30; in bad sense, “κλέπτει, τελωνεῖApollod.Com.13.13, cf. Phld. l.c.
II. c. acc., τ. τινὰ πικρῶς take heavy toll of one, Str.9.3.4:—Med., ἐτελωνήσατο ἐξάγων δούλην has paid toll, BGU 913.11 (iii A.D.), cf. 882.2 (iii A.D.); freq. in pf., “τετελώνηται διὰ πύλης ἐξάγωνPAmh.2.116, 117 (ii A.D.), PLips.81,82 (iii/iv A.D.), etc.:—Pass., “τελωνουμένους σκληρῶςOGI55.17 (Telmessus, iii B.C.); to be demanded or paid as toll, LXX 1 Ma.13.39; “καθότι ἂν οἱ Μιλήσιοι -ῶνταιare subject to tax, Milet.3.149.25 (ii B.C.); τὰ μὴ τετελωνημένα articles on which customs-duty has not been paid, PTeb. 5.26 (ii B.C.): metaph., dub. in Erot.Prooem.
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    • Strabo, Geography, 9.3.4
    • Old Testament, 1 Maccabees, 13.39
    • Lucian, Pseudologista, 30
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