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Defining citizenship in archaic Greece, edited by Alain Duplouy and Roger Brock

Summary
Citizenship is a major feature of contemporary politics, but rather than being a modern phenomenon it is in fact a legacy of ancient Greece. Focusing on the archaic period and its cities, this volume challenges the narrow Aristotelian model of citizenship and provides instead a wide range of insights and methodological approaches to the topic
Table Of Contents
1: Pathways to Archaic Citizenship / Alain Duplouy -- 2: State Formation in Early Iron Age Greece: The Operative Forces / John K. Davies -- 3: Retracing Steps: Finding Ways into Archaic Greek Citizenship / Josine Blok -- 4: Citizens and Soldiers in Archaic Athens / Hans van Wees -- 5: Associations and Citizenship in Attica from Solon to Cleisthenes / Paulin Ismard -- 6: Citizenship and Civic Subdivisions: The Case of Sparta / Marcello Lupi -- 7: The Spartan Contribution to Greek Citizenship Theory / Paul Cartledge -- 8: Athletics and Citizenship / Nick Fisher -- 9: Citizenship and Commensality in Archaic Crete: Searching for the Andreion / James Whitley -- 10: Citizenship as Performance / Alain Duplouy -- 11: Oligarchies of 'Fixed Number' or Citizen Bodies in the Making? / Maurizio Giangiulio -- 12: Conclusion: Taking Stock and Looking Backward / Roger W. Brock
Language
eng
Literary Form
non fiction
Edition
First edition.
Note
This edition previously issued in print: 2018
Physical Description
1 online resource (370 pages), illustrations, tables
Specific Material Designation
remote
Form Of Item
online
Isbn
9780191858727

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