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  • English: Kleroterion. This device was used for the jury selection system in Athens. Bronze identification tickets were inserted to indicate eligible jurors who were also divided into tribes. By a random process, a whole row would be accepted or rejected for jury service. There was a kleroteria in front of each court. Ancient Agora Museum in Athens.
  • Français : Kleroterion : machine à tirer au sort les citoyens retenus pour participer aux jurys populaires à Athènes. Musée de l'Agora antique d'Athènes.
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