Table of contents for Athenian democracy / edited by P.J. Rhodes.


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Preface
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Note to the Reader
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Abbreviations
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General Introduction
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PART I POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS
	Introduction to Part I
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1	Athenian Citizenship: The Descent Group and the Alternatives
	John K. Davies
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2	How Did the Athenian Ecclesia Vote?
	Mogens Herman Hansen
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3	Aristotle, the Kleroteria and the Courts
	Sterling Dow
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4	Jury Pay and Assembly Pay at Athens
	M. M. Markle
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5	Capital Punishment
	Louis Gernet
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PART II POLITICAL ACTIVITY
6	Athenian Demagogues
	M. I. Finley
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7	Political Activity in Classical Athens
	P. J. Rhodes
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8	Competitive Festivals and the Polis: A Context for Dramatic Festivals at Athens
	Robin Osborne
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9	Public and Private Interests in Classical Athens
	S. C. Humphreys
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PART III MOMENTS IN HISTORY
10	Solon, 'Founding Father' of the Athenian Democracy
	Claude Mossé
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11	The Athenian Revolution of 508/7 BC: Violence, Authority and the Origins of Democracy
	Josiah Ober
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12	Cleisthenes and Attica
	David M. Lewis
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13	Ephialtes, Eisangelia and the Council
	Raphael Sealey
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PART IV A VIEW OF DEMOCRACY
14	The Greeks: The Political Revolution in World History
	Christian Meier
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Intellectual Chronology
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Guide to Further Reading
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Bibliography of works cited by Editor
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Index
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Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Democracy Greece Athens History, Greece Politics and government To 146 B, C, Athens (Greece) Politics and government