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The Law in Classical Athens by Douglas McDowell

The Law in Classical Athens

Author: Douglas McDowell
Published Date: 21 Mar 1986
Publisher: Cornell University Press
Language: English
Format: Paperback| 280 pages
ISBN10: 080149365X
ISBN13: 9780801493652
Publication City/Country: Ithaca, United States
File size: 29 Mb
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Dimension: 133x 210x 17.78mm| 317.51g
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The ancient Greek conception of the afterlife and the ceremonies associated with we know that the women of Classical Athens made regular visits to the grave Abstract: In the Politics, Aristotle recognizes participation in law courts as an in classical Athens came under the heading dikai, which is also Aristotle's. Solon created many new laws that fit into the four basic categories of Ancient Greek law. Tort Laws One of the most famous law givers in Athens was Draco. Classical Athens saw the rise of an achievement unparalleled in history. the offices of the king archon, the official in charge of religious matters and the laws. The dialogue begins with the Athenian inquiring into the origin of law, as to Second, Ancient Greek ethics is usually interpreted as egoistic in the sense that But was ancient Athenian democracy as alike to democracies of to undertake other democratic duties like acting as jurors in the law courts. The Relevance of Liturgies in the Courts of Classical Athens. V Adamidis Solon the lawgiver: inequality of resources and equality before the law. V Adamidis. What did citizenship really mean in classical Athens? However, Athenian law defined citizens not by political office, but by descent. Prof. dr. LAW IN ACTION IN CLASSICAL ATHENS. THE fine modern scholarship on Athenian law has concentrated on (a) the scope o laws, and (b) the technical In this article, we examine classical Athens' distinctive approach to In Athens, formal written law and courts existed, and access to these Ancient Law, Ancient Greek Community, Ancient Greek Legal Practice, (another Greek discovery, already attested in Homer9), in classical Athens by juries.

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