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SELECT id, date, short_story, xfields, title, category, alt_name, MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Magistrates and officials Athens had many different kinds of magistrates and officials. Officially speaking, they were of different kinds only and not of different rank, even though in real life the positions varied&nbsp;in regard to prestige and political power. The one exception was the military magistrates,&nbsp;where we do find a hierarchy. Most offices, however, were considered to be of equal rank,&nbsp;and in addition one almost always had to share one’s position with others: until the middle&nbsp;of the 4th century BC, collegiality was the rule. Any office was shared by several individuals,&nbsp;often ten, in line with the basic decimal structure of Athenian politics. Any citizen 30 years&nbsp;of age or over could aspire to some office; only the thetes were excluded. Even during the&nbsp;most radical phase of Athenian democracy, this law remained unchanged, but we get the&nbsp;impression that nobody reallybothered to implement it. The positions that were to be filled&nbsp;by dra') as score FROM dle_post WHERE MATCH (title, short_story, full_story, xfields) AGAINST ('Magistrates and officials Athens had many different kinds of magistrates and officials. Officially speaking, they were of different kinds only and not of different rank, even though in real life the positions varied&nbsp;in regard to prestige and political power. The one exception was the military magistrates,&nbsp;where we do find a hierarchy. Most offices, however, were considered to be of equal rank,&nbsp;and in addition one almost always had to share one’s position with others: until the middle&nbsp;of the 4th century BC, collegiality was the rule. Any office was shared by several individuals,&nbsp;often ten, in line with the basic decimal structure of Athenian politics. Any citizen 30 years&nbsp;of age or over could aspire to some office; only the thetes were excluded. Even during the&nbsp;most radical phase of Athenian democracy, this law remained unchanged, but we get the&nbsp;impression that nobody reallybothered to implement it. The positions that were to be filled&nbsp;by dra') AND id != 72382 AND approve=1 AND date < '2019-04-19 16:40:39' ORDER BY score DESC LIMIT 5