Theseus divided the entire population into three main groups:
1) Ephpatrides – tribal nobility, which had the exclusive right to hold public office
2) Geomors – people who were engaged in agriculture
3) Demiurges – people who were engaged in craft.
In addition, there were persons who were not part of any of the groups, for example, merchants and peasants, who constituted the bulk of the population and were deprived of the right to hold public office, they could only participate in the People’s Assembly, whose competence did not include particularly important political issues …
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