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HYPOCOSME´TAE

HYPOCOSME´TAE (ὑποκοσμηταί) frequently occur in Athenian inscriptions of the time of the Roman empire, as assistants of the κοσμητής, who at that period was the chief officer who regulated the exercises of the Gymnasium. [Krause, Gymnastik und Agonistik, 1.212 ff.; C. I. G. 270, 274 (addit.); GYMNASIUM p. 928 a.]

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