Law And Order In Ancient Athens

Author: Adriaan Lanni
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 0521198801
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This book draws on contemporary legal scholarship to explain why Athens was a remarkably well-ordered society.

Atinal Lar N Devleti

Author: dostovoski dostovoski
Publisher: Le Adri via PublishDrive
ISBN: 9635278209
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Atinalıların Devleti, Aristoteles'in genel okur kitlesine hitaben yazılmış, devlet rejimlerini konu alan kapsamlı eseri Politeia'nın ilk ve en ayrıntılı kısmıdır.

The Rhetoric Of Conspiracy In Ancient Athens

Author: Joseph Roisman
Publisher: Univ of California Press
ISBN: 9780520932913
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Pace Demosthenes, however, such reservations do not constitute proof that
Timocrates moved his law in order to rescue the envoys from their predicament
and that the potential evil consequences of his law were premeditated. Since the
law appears to have been considerate of all public debtors, and was surely
presented as such (cf. 24.196, 201), one effective way of maligning it and its
author was to present the latter as a conspirator and the law as intended to
benefit private citizens ...

Now That You Asked

Author: William Stearns Davis
Publisher: Fireship Press
ISBN: 1934757128
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Ancient Athens William Stearns Davis Charles Douglas Smith. become an
Athenian citizen; he is only a “metic,” a resident foreigner, and his old master, or
some other Athenian, must be his patron and representative in every kind of legal
business. It is a notorious fact that the mere state ... They patrol the town at night,
arrest evil-doers, sustain law and order in the Agora, and especially enforce
decorum, if the public assemblies or the jury courts become tumultuous. They
have a special ...

The Ancient Greeks

Author: Jessica Cohn
Publisher: The Rosen Publishing Group
ISBN: 1433977087
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Jessica Cohn. The Greeks gathered in they created the boule. Each year, they
held a theaters to hear speeches. lottery. They picked the names of 500 citizens.
They become the boule, or council of lawmakers. The boule would then work
together to write laws that everybody could vote on. Athens eventually had
thousands of voters. This made writing laws very difficult. To fix this problem,.
Winning. the. Lottery. Law and Order In Athens, if someone wronged someone
else,. 9.

The Law S Beginnings

Author: Ferdinand Joseph Maria Feldbrugge
Publisher: Martinus Nijhoff Publishers
ISBN: 9789004137059
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In this book, scholars from various disciplines-linguists, lawyers, historians, anthropologists-present their findings concerning the earliest legal systems of a great variety of peoples and civilizations, from Mesopotamia and Ancient India ...

The Forensic Stage

Author: Adele C. Scafuro
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN: 9780521607070
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Their investigations appear to have an ancient pedigree: the Peripatetic Eumelos
in the third book of his treatise Concerning Ancient Comedy (Tlepi Tfig
Expxoriorg i<<.ouoo18iot§) reported that “no one after the arkhonship of
Eukleides is to have a ... l While we do not know in what precise context Eumelos
cited this important law, it is tempting to imagine the Peripatetic writing in his
study, adding notes on Athenian law in order to explain some more or less
obscure point — possibly of ...