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Deigma

δεῖγμα). A particular place in the Piraeus, as well as in the harbours of other States, where merchants exposed samples of their goods for sale (Harpocrat. s. v. Hesych.; Pollux, ix. 34; Aristoph. Eq. 979). The samples themselves were also called deigmata (Demosth. 23).

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