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πωληταί). A financial board at Athens, composed of ten members chosen yearly from the tribes by lot. Their chief duties were the leasing of the public taxes and the selling of confiscated goods (Aristot. Polit. Ath. 47). See Gilbert, Greek Const. Antiq. pp. 131, 136 (Eng. trans. 1895).

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