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  • jūror,¹⁶ ātus sum, c. juro, employé seulement au pf. et au part. : judici demonstrare, quid juratus sit Cic. Inv. 2, 126, montrer au juge ce qu’il a juré ;
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  • juge phrygien (Pâris), cf. Hor. O. 3, 3, 19. judex judicis N M :: judge; juror
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  • etc. 2 of stars, δικαστής τῶν ὅλων D.S.2.31. 3 at Athens and elsewhere, juror, S.Aj.1136, etc.; opp. νομοθέτης, Lys.14.4, cf. Antipho 1.23, X.Smp.5.10
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  • qui a prêté serment : Cic. Off. 3, 99 ; Att. 13, 28, 2 ; Ac. 2, 146, cf. juror || -issimus Plin. præf. 22. juratus jurata -um, juratior -or -us, juratissimus
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ου, ὁ, A juror, IG5(2).261.2 (Mantinea, vi B. C.), 9(1).333.16 (Locr., v B. C.), cf. Poll.1.38. 2 =
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  • office in ancient Greece that signified, in the broadest sense, a judge or juror, but more particularly denotes the Attic functionary of the democratic period
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  • Click links below for lookup in third sources: ου, ὁ, A additional juror, IG9(1).333.10 (Locr., V B.C.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors &
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  • jūror: ātus sum, v. dep., v iuro, I. β. * Look up in: Google | Google Books | Perseus KWIC Corpus search | Perseus Morphology | Latin Italian | MLS Corpus
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  • jūro: āvi, ātum, 1, v. n. and I a., and jūror, ātus, 1, v. dep. 2. ius, to swear, to take an oath. I In gen., absol.: cui si aram tenens juraret, crederet
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  • -κή (sc. τέχνη) business of a judge or juryman, Pl.Plt.303e, etc.; τὸ δ. juror's fee, Arist.Pol.1320a26 (but τὸ δ. the judicial element in the state, 1300b13)
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  • recognitor recognitoris N M :: juror; editor (White)
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  • OC47; simply ἐ. τινάς Hdt.6.127, Th.4.98, etc. (v. infr.11.2). b challenge a juror, PHal. 9.5 (iii B. C.), PGurob 2.10 (iii B. C.), etc. 3 depopulate, destroy
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  • (δίκη):—judge, sit in judgement, Il.23.579, Hdt.1.14, Antipho 5.90, etc.; sit as a juror, D.21.75; δικάζω καὶ ἐκκλησιάζειν Lys.26.2, cf. Arist.Pol.1293a9, etc. 2
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  • consessoris N M :: companion, one who sits near (at assembly/gathering); fellow juror; assessor
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  • οῦ, ὁ, A one who presided over elections by lot or distributions of jurors, Poll.9.44; Dor. κλᾱρωτὰς δικαστᾶν Maiuri Nuova Silloge18. * Abbreviations:
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  • (ἡλιασταί) or dikasts (δικασταί, ὀμωμοκότες = those who have sworn, namely the jurors). The operation of judging was called ἡλιάζεσθαι (δικάζειν). L’Héliée
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  • lot or distributions of jurors were held, Arist.Ath.64.3, al., Plu.2.793d, Poll.9.44. III list of citizens, so called because jurors were selected from it
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  • boulē, and hēliastai). They even used lots for posts, such as judges and jurors in the political courts (nomothetai), which had the power to overrule the
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  • in third sources: ἡ, (ἀπολέγω) A selection, or possibly challenging of jurors, ἐξ ἀπολογῆς OGI484.54 (Pergam.). * Abbreviations: ALL | General | Authors
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  • Plu.2.196c, POxy.1101.8 (iv A.D.). 2 decide a suit, οἱ διαδικοῦντες the jurors, D.C.40.55 (s. v.l.). δι-ᾰδῐκέω (B), A do wrong, injure, D.C.58.16. * Abbreviations:
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