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Aristotle, Economics, Book 2, section 1347a (search)
and to be enrolled on the list of those who had performed it.Moreover, whenever a citizen died, the priestess of the temple of Athena on the AcropolisThis was the public treasury, like the Temple of Saturnus at Rome. was to receive one quart measure of barley, one of wheat, and a silver obolus.1/6 of the drachma. See 3 above. And when a child was born, the father paid the same dues. The Athenian colonists at Potidaea, being in need of funds for the war, agreed that all should make a return of their property for assessment of tax.But instead of each returning the entire amount to his own parish, properties were to be assessed separately, each in its own locality, so that the poor might propose a reduced assessment; while those without any property were assessed at two minae