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Eisagōgeis

εἰσαγωγεῖς). In Attic law, a term which denotes


1.

the name of any ordinary magistrates to whom application was made for the purpose of bringing a case (εἰσάγειν) into the proper court; and


2.

particular magistrates, probably ten in number, chosen by lot to try (εἰσάγειν) some sorts of ἔμμηνοι δίκαι. See Emmenoi Dikai; and the Corp. Inscript. Gr. i. 37, 38.

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