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" ... insomuch that those that were convicted of idleness were to die, and those that stole a cabbage or an apple to suffer even as villains that committed sacrilege or murder. So that Demades, in after" time, was thought to have said very happily, that... "
The Boys' and Girls' Plutarch: Being Parts of the "Lives" of Plutarch - الصفحة 79
بواسطة Plutarch - 1883 - عدد الصفحات: 468
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Archaeological Graeca, Or The Antiquities of Greece: To which is Prefixed a ...

John Potter - 1808 - عدد الصفحات: 523
...cruel and inhuman, punishing almost every trivial offence with death ; insomuch that those that wttre convicted of idleness were to die, and those that stole a cabbage of an apple, to suffer as the villains that committed sacrilege or murder ; and therefore Demades is...

Archaeologia Graeca: Or, The Antiquities of Greece, المجلد 1

John Potter - 1818
...notice, only that they were very cruel and inhuman, punishing almost every trivial offence with death ; insomuch that those that were convicted of idleness...those that stole a cabbage or an apple, to suffer as the villains that committed sacrilege or murder ; and therefore Demades is remarked for saying that...

Archaeologia Graeca, or The antiquities of Greece. To which is ..., المجلد 1

John Potter (abp. of Canterbury.) - 1818
...notice, only that they were very cruel and inhuman, punishing almost every trivial offence with death ; insomuch that those that were convicted of idleness...those that stole a cabbage or an apple, to suffer as the villains that committed sacrilege or murder ; and therefore Demades is remarked for saying that...

Archaeologia Graeca Or the Antiquities of Greece

John Potter - 1840 - عدد الصفحات: 818
...chiefly remarkable for their cruelty and inhumanity, punishing almost every trivial offence with death; insomuch that those that, were convicted of idleness were to die, and those that stole a cabbage an apple, to suffer as the villains that committed sacrilege or murder; and therefore Demades is remarked...

Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1875
...Solon to new-model and make laws for the commonwealth, giving him the entire power over every thing, their magistracies, their assemblies, courts, and...once asked why he made death the punishment of most offence;!, replied, " Small ones deserve that, and I have no higher for the greater crimes." Next,...

Lives of Illustrious Men: Translated from the Greek

Plutarch - 1881 - عدد الصفحات: 925
...of the present constitutions, according to his pleasure. First, then, he repealed all Draco's Taws, except those concerning homicide, because they were...written not with ink, but blood ; and he himself, being ouce asked why he made death the punishment of most offenses, replied, " Small oues deserve that, and...

Plutarch's Lives, المجلد 1

Plutarch - 1885
...Solon to new-model and make laws for the commonwealth, giving him the entire power over every thing, their magistracies, their assemblies, courts, and...sacrilege or murder. So that Demades, in after time, waa thought to have said very happily, that Draco's laws were written not with ink, but blood ; and...

Plutarch's Lives of Illustrious Men

Plutarch - 1888 - عدد الصفحات: 787
...the good that was done, they laid by their grudges, made a public sacrifice, calling it Seisaethea, and chose Solon to new-model and make laws for the...that stole a cabbage or an apple to suffer even as villians that committed sacrilege or murder. So that Demades, in after time, was thought to have said...

The International Library of Famous Literature: Selections from ..., المجلد 2

Richard Garnett - 1899 - عدد الصفحات: 9822
...they were too severe, and the punishments too great ; for death was appointed for almost all offenses, insomuch that those that were convicted of idleness...once asked why he made death the punishment of most offenses, replied, " Small ones deserve that, and I have no higher for the greater crimes." Next, Solon,...

The Universal Anthology: A Collection of the Best Literature, Ancient ...

Richard Garnett - 1899
...they were too severe, and the punishments too great ; for death was appointed for almost all offenses, insomuch that those that were convicted of idleness...once asked why he made death the punishment of most offenses, replied, " Small ones deserve that, and I have no higher for the greater crimes." Next, Solon,...




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