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archon: (n) one of the nine ruling council members in ancient Athens
conspirator: (n) a member of a scheme or conspiracy
deme: (n) a village in the Attica region
democracy: (n) rule by election of representatives from ordinary people
ephor: (n) one of the five ruling council members in ancient Sparta
exile: (v) to send away a member of a community and forbid their return
helot: (n) class of Spartan slaves
hoplite: (n) soldier armed with a spear and a shield called a hoplon
ignominious: (adj) undignified or insulting
impostor: (n) a person who pretends to be another person in a scheme
magi: (n) Persian class of priests
oligarchy: (n) rule by a small group of elites
oracle: (n) a priest who grants predictions about the future
ostracism: (n) ancient Athenian practice of exiling the losers of elections
pentecoster: (n) 50-oared warship
trireme: (n) warship with three banks of oars
tyranny: (n) rule by a single individual
tyrant: (n) in the ancient world, the sole ruler of a state