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date: 22 January 2021

inheritance 

Source:
The Oxford Classical Dictionary
Author(s):
D. M. MacDowellD. M. MacDowell, David E. L. JohnstonDavid E. L. Johnston

In Athens, if a deceased man left legitimate sons, they shared the property equally; if a son predeceased his father leaving sons of his own, those sons inherited their father's share. If the deceased man left a daughter but no son, the daughter's sons inherited. If she did not yet have a son, she was ... ...

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