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acharné

(əˈʃɑːneɪ)
adj
furiously violent
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(20) Appollodorus of Acharnae received such a conviction in 348 BCE.
This is the will of Pasion of Acharnae. I give my wife(109) Archippe to Phormio.
Its farmer-hero, Dicaeopolis, is tired of the Peloponnesian War and therefore secures a private peace treaty with the Spartans for himself in spite of the violent opposition of a chorus of embittered and bellicose old charcoal burners of Acharnae. Dicaeopolis takes advantage of his private treaty to trade with the allies of the Spartans.