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[2] Citizenship had already been bestowed on those who provided themselves with arms; and these elected as the Nine Archons and the Treasurers,1 who were owners of an unencumbered estate worth not less than 10 minae,2 and the other minor offices from those who provided themselves with arms, and as Generals and Masters of the Horse persons proving their possession of unencumbered estate worth not less than 100 minae and sons legitimately born in wedlock over ten years of age. The new officials had to bail the outgoing Presidents3 and Generals and Masters of the Horse till the audit, accepting four sureties from the same rating as that to which the Generals and Masters of the Horse belonged.

1 For the Treasurers of Athena see Aristot. Ath. Pol. 47.1.

2 Say 40 pounds.

3 Probably before Solon's time this denotes the Archons.

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