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dc.contributor.authorKucharski, Jan-
dc.identifier.citationGreek, Roman and Byzantine Studies, (2012), no. 2, p. 167-197pl_PL
dc.description.abstractThe Attic orators show that revenge could be an admitted and legitimate motive on the part of a prosecutor, and that such a personal agenda might be felt and portrayed not as contradictory to the impersonal rule of law but as a partner to it.pl_PL
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dc.subjectAttic Oratorspl_PL
dc.subjectClassical Athenspl_PL
dc.titleVindictive prosecution in classical Athens : On some recent theoriespl_PL
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