The Phratries of Attica

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University of Michigan Press, 1998 - 424 pages
Presents the innovative view that the classical Greek "phratry" system reflected democratic government rather than aristocratic.
 

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Contents

Phratry Membership and Athenian Citizenship
25
Phratries and Their Subgroups
59
Demotionidai and Dekeleieis
95
Apatouria Admission and Membership
143
Property and Finances
191
Religion and Officers
205
After Cleisthenes Conclusion
237
Cleisthenes and Before
243
Phratry Documents
279
Ath Pol Fr 3
371
The Principle of Descent and Athenian Citizenship
381
The Solonian Naukrary Laws
385
The Size of the Deme Halimous in 3465
389
Bibliography
393
Index of Texts
407
Index of Names and Subjects
419

The Phratry in Cleisthenes Reforms and Before
245
Appendices
277

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