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" Moreover, the spirit of the people, now grown high, and confident with their late victory, naturally entertained feelings of dislike to all of more than common fame and reputation. Coming together, therefore, from all parts into the city, they banished... "
The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch: Being Parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch - الصفحة 292
بواسطة Plutarch - 1883 - عدد الصفحات: 468
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A Compendium of Classical Literature: Comprising Choice Extracts Translated ...

Charles Dexter Cleveland - 1861 - عدد الصفحات: 622
...judicature, and wras secretly making way for a monarchy in his own person, without the assistance of guards. Moreover, the spirit of the people, now grown high,...intolerable injury, only a ten years' banishment. It was performed in this manner. Every one taking an oslracon, a sherd, that is, or piece of earthenware,...

Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek

Plutarch - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 925
...together, therefore, from all parts into the city, they banished Aristides by the ostracism, giving iheir jealousy of his reputation the name of fear of tyranny....injury, only a ten years' banishment. But after it came ta be exercised upon base and villainous fellows, they desisted from it ; Hyperbulus being the last...

An Ancient History: From the Creation to the Fall of the Western Empire in A ...

Arsenius John Baptist Vuibert - 1886 - عدد الصفحات: 661
...which the voters generally wrote the name of citizens to be banished. " Ostracism" says Plutarch, " was not the punishment of any criminal act, but was...a gentle relief and mitigation of envious feeling, thus allowed to vent itself without the infliction of other injury than a ten years' banishment." Ostracism...

Plutarch's Lives: The Translation Called Drydens̀, المجلد 2

Plutarch, John Dryden - 1895
...judicature, and was secretly making way for a monarchy in his own person, without the assistance of guards. Moreover, the spirit of the people, now grown high,...feeling, which was thus allowed to vent itself in inllicting no intolerable injury, only a ten years' banishment. But after it came to be exercised upon...

An Ancient History from the Creation to the Fall of the Western Empire in A ...

Arsenius John Baptist Vuibert - 1901 - عدد الصفحات: 647
...which the voters generally wrote the name of citizens to be banished. " Ostracism" says Plutarch, " was not the punishment of any criminal act, but was...a gentle relief and mitigation of envious feeling, thus allowed to vent itself without the infliction of other injury than a ten years' banishment." Ostracism...

Plutarch's Lives of Themistocles, Pericles, Aristides, Alcibiades, and ...

Plutarch - 1909 - عدد الصفحات: 403
...judicature, and was secretly making way for a monarchy in his own person, without the assistance of guards. Moreover, the spirit of the people, now grown high,...banishment. But after it came to be exercised upon base and villainous fellows, they desisted from it; Hyperbolus, being the last whom they banished by the ostracism....

Plutarch's Lives of Themistocles, Pericles, Aristides, Alcibiades, and ...

Plutarch - 1909 - عدد الصفحات: 403
...therefore, from all parts into the city, they banished Aristides by the ostracism, giving their jealously of his reputation the name of fear of tyranny. For...banishment. But after it came to be exercised upon base and villainous fellows, they desisted from it; Hyperbolus, being the last whom they banished by the ostracism....

Greece and the East

William Stearns Davis - 1912
...feelings of dislike to all of more than common fame and reputation. How Aristides suffered Ostracism Coming together, therefore, from all parts into the...banishment. But after it came to be exercised upon base and villainous fellows they desisted from it ; Hyperbolus being the last whom they banished by the ostracism,...

Political Thought and Political Thinkers

Judith Nisse Shklar, Judith N. Shklar - 1998 - عدد الصفحات: 402
...a distasteful act, which at best was a way of avoiding greater injustices. It "was speciously used to be the mere depression and humiliation of excessive...relief and mitigation of envious feeling which was allowed to vent itself in infliction of no intolerable injury." In contrast, the most scientific and...
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Alchemies of the Mind: Rationality and the Emotions

Jon Elster - 1999 - عدد الصفحات: 450
...this disgrace upon them, might vent some of their rancour. (Life of Themistocles 22.3) [The people] banished Aristides by the ostracism, giving their...intolerable injury, only a ten years' banishment. (Life of Aristides 7.2) Concerning the episode that led to the ostracism of Hyperboles, Plutarch offers...
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