Euthyna

The term euthyna (plural euthynai), meaning straightening, was the examination of accounts which every public officer underwent on the expiration of his office in Classical Greece. At Athens the examination had two parts; the logos (`account`), concerned the handling of public money and dealt with by a board of ten logistai (accountants), and th.....
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euthyna

(from the article `archon`) ...(dokimasia) by the Boule and the law courts of birth qualifications, physical fitness, treatment of parents, and military activity; at the end of ... ...The authority to conduct inquiries into the qualifications for office of the archons themselves (the dokimasia procedure) and into their behaviour ... ...
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