(from the article `ancient Greek civilization`) Solon canceled all `debt` (as stated, this cannot yet have been debt incurred in a monetary form). He also abolished enslavement for debt, pulling up ... ...or mortgage stones, which served as symbols of land enserfment. When Solon was elected archon, or chief magistrate, c. 594 ...
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(from the article `Scaevola, Quintus Mucius`) ...of legislative enactments, judicial precedents, and passages from older collections that was frequently quoted and followed by subsequent writers. ...
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