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  • n. Plural form of metic.

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Examples

  • The daughter of the "metics," the resident foreigners, go as attendants of honor with them.

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  • A good many are real Athenian citizens; a still larger proportion are "metics" (resident foreigners without political rights).

    A Day in Old Athens; a Picture of Athenian Life

  • Many of the early bankers in Greek city states were Greek city states were "metics" or foreign residents.

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  • That means the health care system can only be measured by financial metics.

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  • Hippocrates had called out the whole force of Athens, metics as well as citizens, and all the strangers who were then in the city.

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  • They manned a hundred ships, in which they embarked, both metics and citizens,3 all but the highest class and the

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Attica; they were made up of the elder and younger men, and of such metics as bore heavy arms.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • Certain metics and servants gave information, not indeed about the Hermae, but about the mutilation of other statues which had shortly before been perpetrated by some young men in a drunken frolic: they also said that the mysteries were repeatedly profaned by the celebration of them in private houses, and of this impiety they accused, among others, Alcibiades.

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • About the end of the summer the entire Athenian force, including the metics, invaded the territory of Megara, under the command of

    The History of the Peloponnesian War

  • One hundred and fifty Aeginetans were numbered among the slain, while the loss incurred by the foreigners, metics, and sailors who had joined the relief party, reached a total of two hundred.

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