) and Parengrăphi
). A term given at
Athens to those whose names were enrolled among the citizens without their being such by birth
) or special grant (δωρεᾷ
). Such a person might be prosecuted by any Athenian citizen, the
prosecution being called ξενίας γραφή
, and if condemned his
person and property were forfeited to the State, and he was sold as a slave (Demosth.
iii. p. 1481.28). The δημόται
authority to strike from the rolls any such person who, if he acquiesced in their action, was
merely relegated to the position of an alien; but if he appealed to the dicasts, and they
refused to sustain his appeal, the heavier penalty was enforced.