Ostracism was a political process used in 5th-century BCE Athens whereby those individuals considered too powerful or dangerous to the city were exiled for 10 years by popular vote.
In this project, it focus on some of the greatest names in Greek history who fell into victims by the process.
Socrates Committed Suicide In The Prison
Aristedes Voted Himself Under A Farmer’s Request
Kimon Found The Bones Of Mythological Theseus
Xanthippus Was Recalled For War When Exiled