Table of contents for Rethinking revolutions through ancient Greece / edited by Simon Goldhill and Robin Osborne.


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Introduction Robin Osborne; 1. When was the Athenian democratic revolution? Robin Osborne; 2. Revolutions in human time: age-class in Athens and the Greekness of Greek revolutions James Davidson; 3. Reflections on the 'Greek Revolution' in art: from changes in viewing to the transformation of subjectivity Jas' Elsner; 4. What's in a beard? Rethinking Hadrian's Hellenism Caroline Vout; 5. Religion and the rationality of the Greek city Thomas Harrison; 6. Rethinking religious revolution Simon Goldhill; 7. Paying attention: history as the development of a secular narrative Carolyn Dewald; 8. Talking about revolution: on political change in fourth-century Athens and historiographic method Danielle Allen; 9. Was there an Eleatic revolution in philosophy? Catherine Osborne; 10. The origins of medicine in the second century AD Helen King; 11. The 'New Music' so what's new? Armand D'Angour.


Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Greece -- Civilization -- To 146 B.C. -- Historiography.