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— In ancient Athens, votes to remove a politician from office or to send a citizen into exile were cast with broken bits of pottery. If he approved of the ouster, the voter would write the name of the affect person on a shard — an ostrakon, in Greek. To be “ostracized” was to be formally condemned, somewhat different from the current sense of being shunned.
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