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Aristotle, Athenian Constitution (ed. H. Rackham), Fragments (search)
god.> Schol. Aristoph. Birds 1537 Eleusis, won them victory, and died and was buried in Attica. of Xuthus.> *)ek tw=n *(hraklei/dou peri\ *politeiw=n. Erechtheus was succeeded as king by Pandion, who divided up his realm among his sons Schol. Aristoph. Wasps 1223 . *)ek tw=n *(hraklei/dou peri\ *politeiw=n.
Aristotle, Athenian Constitution (ed. H. Rackham), chapter 39 (search)
of the Athenians who have remained in the city that desire to emigrate do have Eleusis, retaining their full rights, and having sovereignty and self-government, and . according to the ancestral practice. But that it be not lawful for those at Eleusis to go into the city, nor for those in the city to go to Eleusis, except in eitEleusis, except in either case at a celebration of the Mysteries. And that they contribute from their revenues like the other Athenians to the fund for the common defence. And that any of those who go away that take a house at Eleusis be helped to obtain the consent of the owner; and if they cannot come to terms with one another, each party and to accept whatever price these valuers assess. And that of the people of Eleusis those whom the settlers may be willing to allow do dwell in the place with thee when they return. And that it be not permitted for anyone residing at Eleusis to hold any of the offices in the city until he removes himself from the roll
Aristotle, Athenian Constitution (ed. H. Rackham), chapter 40 (search)
way they would make him an example to everybody. And this is what actually occurred; for never since he was put to death has anybody broken the amnesty, but the Athenians appear both in private and public to have behaved towards the past disasters in the most completely honorable and statesmanlike manner of any people in history; for they not only blotted out recriminations with regard to the past, but also publicly restored to the Spartans the funds that the Thirty had taken for the war, although the treaty ordered that the parties in the city and in Peiraeus were each to make restitution separately. The Athenians thought that they must take this as a first step to concord, whereas in the other states those who have set up democracy not only do not pay any more out of their own property but even make a redistribution of the land. They also made a reconciliation with those that had settled at Eleusis two years after the migration, in the archonship of Xenaenetus.