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1 A list of offences for which impeachments were appropriate is given in Hyp. 4.8. The Thesmothetae were concerned mainly with crimes directed against the state, but they also dealt with cases of assault and adultery （ὕβρις and μοιχεία）. See Hyp. 4.6 and Aristot. Ath. Pol. 59.
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