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An inventory of archaic and classical poleis

Author: Mogens Herman Hansen; Thomas Heine Nielsen
Publisher: Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2004.
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This is the first ever documented study of the 1,035 identifiable Greek city states (poleis) of the Archaic and Classical periods (c.650-325 BC). Previous studies of the Greek polis have focused on Athens and Sparta, and the result has been a view of Greek society dominated by Sophokles', Plato's, and Demosthenes' view of what the polis was. This study includes descriptions of Athens and Sparta, but its main purpose  Read more...
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Hansen, Mogens Herman, 1940-
Inventory of archaic and classical poleis.
Oxford ; New York : Oxford University Press, ©2004
(DLC) 2005297322
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Mogens Herman Hansen; Thomas Heine Nielsen
ISBN: 0191518255 9780191518256 9780198140993 0198140991 1281346462 9781281346469 9786611346461 6611346465
OCLC Number: 252695579
Description: 1 online resource (xv, 1396 pages)
Contents: Contents; List of Contributors; Abbreviations and Conventions; PART I: INTRODUCTION; PART II: INVENTORY OF POLEIS; PART III: indexes.
Responsibility: Mogens Herman Hansen and Thomas Heine Nielsen.
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This is the first lexicon of all identifiable Greek city states of the Archaic and Classical periods (c.650-325 BC). It contains descriptions of 1,035 of the city states, organized region by region.  Read more...

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