Fragmentary Decrees From The Athenian Agora

Author: Michael B. Walbank
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This volume publishes the editiones principes of the most fragmentary inscriptions found during excavations in the Athenian Agora between 1931 and 1967. These comprise parts of 100 decrees of the Athenian state and other political bodies. Each of the inscriptions is illustrated and described, with a transcription of the legible letters and commentary.

Fragmentary Decrees From The Athenian Agora

Author: Michael B. Walbank
Editor: Amer School of Classical
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This volume publishes the editiones principes of the most fragmentary inscriptions found during excavations in the Athenian Agora between 1931 and 1967. These comprise parts of 100 decrees of the Athenian state and other political bodies. Each of the inscriptions is illustrated and described, with a transcription of the legible letters and commentary.

The Athenian Agora

Author: Laura Gawlinski
Editor: American School of Classical Studies at Athens
ISBN: 1621390179
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Written for the general visitor, the Athenian Agora Museum Guide is a companion to the 2010 edition of the Athenian Agora Site Guide and leads the reader through all of the display spaces within the Stoa of Attalos in the Athenian Agora — the terrace, the ground-floor colonnade, and the newly opened upper story. The guide also discusses each case in the museum gallery chronologically, beginning with the prehistoric and continuing with the Geometric, Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, Roman, and Byzantine periods. Hundreds of artifacts, ranging from common pottery to elite jewelry held in 81 cases, are described and illustrated in color for the very first time. Through focus boxes, readers can learn about marble-working, early burial practices, pottery production, ostracism, home life, and the wells that dotted the ancient site. A timeline, maps, and plans accompany the text. For those who wish to learn more about what they see in the museum, a list of further reading follows each entry.

Inscribed Athenian Laws And Decrees 352 1 322 1 Bc

Author: Stephen D. Lambert
Editor: BRILL
ISBN: 9004228527
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This collection of eighteen papers makes wide-ranging original contributions to the study of the inscribed laws and decrees of the city of Athens, 352/1-322/1 BC, laying the groundwork for the author’s new edition of these inscriptions, IG II3 1, 2.

Decrees Of Fourth Century Athens 403 2 322 1 Bc Volume 1 The Literary Evidence

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Decree-making is a defining aspect of ancient Greek political activity: it was the means by which city-state communities went about deciding to get things done. This two-volume work provides a new view of the decree as an institution within the framework of fourth-century Athenian democratic political activity. Volume 1 consists of a comprehensive account of the literary evidence for decrees of the fourth-century Athenian assembly. Volume 2 analyses how decrees and decree-making, by offering both an authoritative source for the narrative of the history of the Athenian demos and a legitimate route for political self-promotion, came to play an important role in shaping Athenian democratic politics. Peter Liddel assesses ideas about, and the reality of, the dissemination of knowledge of decrees among both Athenians and non-Athenians and explains how they became significant to the wider image and legacy of the Athenians.

Decrees Of Fourth Century Athens 403 2 322 1 Bc Volume 2 Political And Cultural Perspectives

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Decree-making is a defining aspect of ancient Greek political activity: it was the means by which city-state communities went about deciding to get things done. This two-volume work provides a new view of the decree as an institution within the framework of fourth-century Athenian democratic political activity. Volume 1 consists of a comprehensive account of the literary evidence for decrees of the fourth-century Athenian assembly. Volume 2 analyses how decrees and decree-making, by offering both an authoritative source for the narrative of the history of the Athenian demos and a legitimate route for political self-promotion, came to play an important role in shaping Athenian democratic politics. Peter Liddel assesses ideas about, and the reality of, the dissemination of knowledge of decrees among both Athenians and non-Athenians and explains how they became significant to the wider image and legacy of the Athenians.

Debris From A Public Dining Place In The Athenian Agora

Author: Susan I. Rotroff
Editor: ASCSA
ISBN: 9780876615256
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In 1972 a large deposit of pottery and other finds from the mid-5th century B.C. were found in a pit just west of the Royal Stoa in the Athenian Agora. It contained many fragments of figured pottery, more than half of which were large drinking vessels. 21 fragments were inscribed with a graffito known to be a mark of public ownership. The authors conclude that the pottery is refuse from one of the public dining facilities that served the magistrates of Classical Athens. The volume examines the archaeological context and chronology of the deposit and gives a detailed analysis of all the finds. A complete catalogue arranges the finds by type and in chronological order.

Seg

Author: Angelos Chaniotis
Editor: Brill
ISBN: 9789004186774
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SEG LVI covers the publications of the year 2006, with occasional additions from previous years that we missed in earlier volumes and from studies published after 2006 but pertaining to material from 2006.

Inscriptions From The Athenian Agora

Author: Benjamin Dean Meritt
Editor: ASCSA
ISBN: 9780876616109
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Many types of written records are found in the Agora, and this booklet presents a sample of the more than 10,000 inventoried inscriptions written on stone. The texts illustrated include diplomatic agreements, commemorative plaques for athletic victories, records of court judgements, boundary stones identifying different buildings, and fragmentary inscriptions featuring names (over 30,000 individual Athenians are now recorded).

Mnemosyne

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The Piraeus

Author: Robert Garland
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'The Piraeus combines a useful reference work on the cults and monuments of the port of Athens with a thoughtful discussion of the history and sociology of one of the great unsung cities of the ancient world.'--Classical World

Zpe

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The Athenian Agora

Author: American School of Classical Studies at Athens
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Thusias Heneka Kai Sunousias

Author: Ηλίας Αρναούτογλου
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Ancient Greece

Author: Sarah B. Pomeroy
Editor: Oxford University Press, USA
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Ancient Greece: A Political, Social, and Cultural History is a tribute to the legacy of the Ancient Greeks and their achievements. Bringing together the political, military, social, cultural, and economic history of ancient Greece, the four authors tell the story of the ancient civilizationfrom the Bronze Age to the Hellenistic era.The book is comprehensive, covering the standard political and military history, but also topics such as life in the countryside, material culture, religion, treatment of women, homosexuality, and slavery; the new edition incorporates the most recent theories and discoveries in archeology,comparative anthropology, and social history.

The Official Status Of The Foreign Residents In Athens 322 120 B C

Author: Maria Niku
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Studies In The Ancient Greek Polis

Author: Mogens Herman Hansen
Editor: Franz Steiner Verlag Wiesbaden gmbh
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Contents: F. de Polignac: Repenser la �cit��? Rituels et soci�t� en Gr�ce archa�que � M. H. Hansen: The �Autonomous City-State�. Ancient Fact or Modern Fiction? � M. H. Hansen: Kome. A Study in How the Greeks Designated and Classified Settlements which were not Poleis � T. H. Nielsen: Was Eutaia a Polis? A Note on Xenophon�s Use of the Term Polis in the Hellenika � P. Flensted-Jensen: The Bottiaians and their Poleis � S. G. Miller: Old Metroon and Old Bouleuterion in the Classical Agora of Athens � T. L. Shear, Jr.: Bouleuterion, Metroon and the Archives at Athens � A. Avram: Poleis und Nicht-Poleis im Ersten und Zweiten Attischen Seebund � W. Burkert: Greek Poleis and Civic Cults. Some Further Thoughts � L. Rubinstein: Pausanias as a Source for the Classical Greek Polis

The Journal Of Hellenic Studies

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Vols. 1-8, 1880-87, plates published separately and numbered I-LXXXIII.

Mausolus

Author: Simon Hornblower
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This study of hellenization focuses on the life of Mausolus (best known for his elaborate Greek tomb, the original "Mausoleum"), and his family, who were fourth-century B.C. Persian governors of Karia in S.W. Asia Minor. Recent archaeological finds and newly discovered inscriptions help bring alive this fascinating dynasty whose members, though native Karians, actively diffused Greek culture through their corner of Anatolia in the two generations before Alexander.