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πρόσοδος 1

I.a going or coming to, an approach, πρ. μάλιστα ταύτῃ ἐγένετο the approach was most feasible on this part, Hdt.; ἀπείπατο τὴν πρ. rejected his advances, id=Hdt.; πρ. μελάθρων approach to the halls, Eur. onset, πρόσοδοι τῆς μάχης onsets or attacks, id=Eur. πομπή II, a solemn procession to a temple with singing and music, Ar., Xen.
4.the coming forward of a speaker in a public assembly, γράφεσθαι πρόσοδον to petition for a hearing, Dem.; πρ. ποιεῖσθαι πρὸς τὸν δῆμον Aeschin.
II.income, rent, as opp. to principal, Dem.; often in pl., Oratt.
2.of the public revenue, φόρων πρόσοδος Hdt.; χρημάτων πρ. Thuc.; mostly in pl. the returns, revenue, Lat. reditus, Hdt., Thuc., etc.

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