the catalogue of those persons in Athens who were liable to regular military
service. At Athens, those persons alone who possessed a certain amount of
property were allowed to serve in the regular infantry, whilst the lower
class, the thetes, had not this privilege. Thus the former are called
οἱ ἐκ καταλόγου στρατεύοντες,
the latter οἱ ἔξω τοῦ καταλόγου.
(Xen. Hell. 2.3
, § 20.) Those who were
exempted by their age from military service are called by Demosthenes
p. 167.4) οἱ ὑπὲρ τὸν
It appears to have been the duty of the generals
) to make out the list of
persons liable to service [ASTRATEIAS
GRAPHÉ], in which duty they were probably assisted by the
demarchi, and sometimes by the βουλευταί.
(Dem. c. Polycl.