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" ... poetry. He also received still more substantial rewards. He was generally relieved from the payment of taxes, and had a right to the front seat at all public games and spectacles. An Athenian victor in the Olympic games received, in accordance with... "
A History of Greece - Page 375
by Connop Thirlwall - 1835 - 3394 pages
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A History of Greece, Volume 1

Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1845
...his countrymen revenged themselves by taking down his statue, and turning his house into a prison. * At Athens, by a law of Solon, a citizen who had gained...to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytanoum : at Sparta he was honoured with a conspicuous post on the field of battle. The Aliu, as...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall - Greece - 1851 - 541 pages
...other distinctions. By a law of Solon, every Athenian who gained an Olympic prize was rewarded with 500 drachmas, and with the right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum ; the Spartan law or custom honored the victor with a conspicuous place on the field of battle. The...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest, with ...

Sir William Smith - Greece - 1854 - 632 pages
...the Olympic games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of 500 drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum or town-hall; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the Roman conquest

sir William Smith - 1854
...the Olympic games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of 500 drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytancum or town-hall ; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest, with ...

Sir William Smith - Greece - 1855 - 670 pages
...Olympic games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of five hundred drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum or town-hall ; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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A history of Greece, from the earliest times to the destruction of Corinth ...

Leonhard Schmitz, Connop Thirlwall (bp. of St. David's.) - 1856
...other distinctions. By a law of Solon, every Athenian who gained an Olympic prize was rewarded with 500 drachmas, and with the right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum ; the Spartan law or custom honoured the victor with a conspicuous place on the field of battle. The...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest

Sir William Smith, Cornelius Conway Felton - Greece - 1860 - 670 pages
...Olympic games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of five hundred drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum or town-hall; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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The biblical museum, Volume 4

James Comper Gray - 1872
...the Olympian games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of 500 drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum or town-hall ; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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A History of Greece: From the Earliest Times to the Roman Conquest

Greece - 1875 - 704 pages
...the Olympic games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, a prize of 500 drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum or town-hall ; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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The Rainbow, a magazine of Christian literature, Volume 21

1884
...in the Olympian games received, in accordance with one of Solon's laws, five hundred drachmas, and a right to a place at the table of the magistrates in the prytaneum, or town hall ; and a Spartan conqueror had the privilege of fighting on the field of battle near the...
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