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τριττύς , ύος, (written τριτύς in Tim.Lex., Hsch.), Att. acc. pl.
A.τριττῦςArist.Ath.21.3, cf. Harp.:—the number three, Hsch., Phot.:— νικᾶν τριττύν win three victories, Philostr.Gym.33.
II. sacrifice of three animals, used specially on making solemn oaths,—boar, goat, and ram, Sch.Ar.Pl.820; bull, boar, and ram, Call.Fr.403; bull, goat, and boar, Ister 34; two sheep and an ox, Epich.187 (v. τριττύα).
III. at Athens, a third of the φυλή, IG12.190.7, 884, al., D.14.23, Aeschin.3.30, Arist.Ath.21.3: in form τριπτύς , IG12(5).594 (Ceos, iv B. C.).
2. third part of the πρυτάνεις, Arist. Ath.44.1.
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  • Cross-references in general dictionaries from this page (6):
    • Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon, 30
    • Aristophanes, Plutus, 820
    • Aristotle, Constitution of the Athenians, 21.3
    • Aristotle, Constitution of the Athenians, 44.1
    • Demosthenes, On the Navy, 23
    • Philostratus the Athenian, Gymnastica, 33
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