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Table of Contents List of Illustrations Contributors Abbreviations Acknowledgments Introduction: Athenian History and Society in the Age of Pericles L. J. Samons 1. Democracy and Empire P. J. Rhodes 2. Athenian Religion in the Age of Pericles Deborah Boedeker 3. The Athenian Economy Lisa Kallet 4. Warfare in Athenian Society K. A. Raaflaub 5. Other Sorts: Slave, Foreign, and Female Identities in Periclean Athens Cynthia Patterson 6. Art and Architecture Kenneth Lapatin 7. Drama and Democracy Jeffrey Henderson 8. The Bureaucracy of Democracy J. P. Sickinger 9. Plato's Sophists, Intellectual History after 450, and Sokrates Robert W. Wallace 10. Democratic Theory and Practice R. Sealey 11. Athens and Sparta and the Coming of the Peloponnesian War J. E. Lendon Conclusion: Pericles and Athens L. J. Samons Bibliography Index
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Greece -- History -- Athenian supremacy, 479-431 B.C.
Athens (Greece) -- History.