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Contents Preface zz Note to the Reader zz Abbreviations zz Maps zz General Introduction 1 PART I POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS Introduction to Part I 000 1 Athenian Citizenship: The Descent Group and the Alternatives John K. Davies 000 2 How Did the Athenian Ecclesia Vote? Mogens Herman Hansen 000 3 Aristotle, the Kleroteria and the Courts Sterling Dow 000 4 Jury Pay and Assembly Pay at Athens M. M. Markle 000 5 Capital Punishment Louis Gernet 000 PART II POLITICAL ACTIVITY 6 Athenian Demagogues M. I. Finley 000 7 Political Activity in Classical Athens P. J. Rhodes 000 8 Competitive Festivals and the Polis: A Context for Dramatic Festivals at Athens Robin Osborne 000 9 Public and Private Interests in Classical Athens S. C. Humphreys 000 PART III MOMENTS IN HISTORY 10 Solon, 'Founding Father' of the Athenian Democracy Claude Mossé 000 11 The Athenian Revolution of 508/7 BC: Violence, Authority and the Origins of Democracy Josiah Ober 000 12 Cleisthenes and Attica David M. Lewis 000 13 Ephialtes, Eisangelia and the Council Raphael Sealey 000 PART IV A VIEW OF DEMOCRACY 14 The Greeks: The Political Revolution in World History Christian Meier 000 Intellectual Chronology 000 Guide to Further Reading 000 Bibliography of works cited by Editor 000 Index 000
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