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November 1, 2012- Trials.docx

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Department
Classical Studies
Course Code
CLST 101
Professor
Christina Zaccagnino

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Graphe writGraphe paranomon writ concerning illegal proposalDike suitSukophantes pl sukophantai vexatious litigantsIf a person was a victim of a crime they could choose to press charges or notTrials lasted only one day in AthensThe accused represented themselves no lawyers to talk on their behalfThe rich could hire people to write their speechesA water clock was used to tell time during trials If time was needed to be stopped the hole in the clock was covered Water clock klesydraIt was possible to call witnesses o Normally close friends and intimate family members were called but when it came time for needing evidence in court anyone who was present at the time was called onWomen and slaves could not be witnessesAthenian bronzeballots o The hollow ballet was for guilty o The full ballot was for innocent o To keep the ballot secret they covered the hole so no one
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