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  1. The Rates of Jury Pay and Assembly Pay in Fourth-Century Athens.Robert Sing - 2021 - Classical Quarterly 71 (1):119-134.
    During the fourth century, the amount of money Athenians got from the polis for volunteering to sit on a jury and for attending the assembly diverged significantly. Jury pay remained at 3 obols a day, despite inflation, while the pay given for a principal assembly eventually rose from 1 obol to 9 obols—outpacing inflation and overcompensating most citizens for their time. What demographic reconstruction of the jury can explain why the real value of jury pay never declined to the point (...)
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