psephism

psephism

(ˈsiːfɪzəm)
n
(Historical Terms) (in ancient Athens) a proposition adopted by a majority vote in the public assembly

psephism

a decree made by an ancient assembly such as the ecclesia of Athens.
See also: Greece and Greeks
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Its claims to fame are that Marco Polo was born there and inthe town museum, there is a copy of "the psephism from Lumbardia", a stone plaque dating back to 4BC and the oldest written document found in Croatia.
Its claims to fame are that Marco Polo was born there and in the town museum, there is a copy of 'the psephism from Lumbardia', a stone plaque dating back to 4BC and the oldest written document found in Croatia.