(διαγράφειν, διαγραφή; diagráphein, diagraphḗ).
(1) In Attic procedural law, diagraphḗ referred to the deletion of a suit from the court list after the prosecutor had either abandoned the case or failed to pay the court fees, or if the defendant objected to the admissibility of the action either by paragraphḗ (παραγραφή) or by diamartyría (διαμαρτυρία).
(2) The term diagraphḗ is also used for the registration of shares in mines leased from the polis, with their respective boundaries, in a register (Harpocr. s.v. διαγραφή).
(3) Additionally, it is a banking ter…