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Euthyna e/o eisanghelia: il processo di Cimone

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rivista AEVUM
fascicolo AEVUM - 2013 - 1
titolo Euthyna e/o eisanghelia: il processo di Cimone
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editore Vita e Pensiero
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online da 01-2013
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This paper examines the legal procedure followed in Cimon’s trial, which took place at the end of the military campaign against Thasos (465/4-463/2 B.C.). The character of that suit has been much discussed, the main issue being whether Cimon’s lawsuit was an euthyna (as witnessed by Aristotle) or an eisangelia (as can be argued from Plutarch’s account). Although literary sources seem difficult to reconcile, the analysis of a scholion to Aeschines’ Against Timarchus (Schol. in Aesch. I 1) may shed new light on Cimon’s suit and suggests a new conciliative perspective, linking euthyna to eisangelia.