II. auditor, esp. at Athens, in pl., a board which audited the accounts of magistrates going out of office, Aeschin.3.15, D.18.117,229; also called εὔθυνοι acc. to Arist.Pol.1322b11, but distd. from them, Id.Ath.48.3, IG12.91, 22.956; also at Delos, ib.11(2).203 A63 (iii B. C.); in Egypt, λ. Ὀξυρυγχίτου (sc. νομοῦ) POxy.84.2, etc.; “λ. κώμης” PKlein.Form.617 (v A. D.): metaph., λογισταὶ τῶν . . χορῶν, of the audience, Eup.223.
2. = Lat. curator rei publicae, an Imperial commissioner and inspector of accounts, IGRom.3.39 (Bithynia), etc.