A.seller, Plu.Galb.24: but,
2. at Athens and elsewhere, officials who farmed out taxes and other revenues, sold confiscated property, and entered into contracts for public works, IG12.36.7, al., Antipho 6.49, Arist.Ath.7.3, 47.2; also at Rhodes, SIG581.97 (ii B.C.); τοὶ π. μισθωσάντω ἀναγράψαι τὸ ψάφισμα ib.398.49 (Cos, iii B.C.); they also sold up the metics who failed to pay their tax, D.25.58.
3. at Epidamnus, an official who regulated commercial dealings with the neighbouring barbarians, Plu.2.297f.