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The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains three articles: Frank J. Frost, 'Tribal Politics and the Civic State', Susan Treggiari, 'Jobs for Women', E. Badian, 'Rome, Athens and Mithridates'.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-4632-0626-0
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Publication Status: In Print

Publication Date: Sep 6,2016
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 70
Language: English
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0626-0
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The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains three articles: Frank J. Frost, 'Tribal Politics and the Civic State', Susan Treggiari, 'Jobs for Women', E. Badian, 'Rome, Athens and Mithridates'.

The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains three articles: Frank J. Frost, 'Tribal Politics and the Civic State', Susan Treggiari, 'Jobs for Women', E. Badian, 'Rome, Athens and Mithridates'.

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Ernst Badian

  • Table of Contents (page 5)
  • Editor's Note (page 6)
  • Tribal Politics and the Civic State (Frank J. Frost) (page 7)
    • I. The Problem (page 7)
    • II Athenian Society Before 480 (page 8)
      • (a) Social Structure (page 8)
      • (b) Politics and Government (page 8)
      • (c) Persistence of tribal consciousness (page 10)
    • III. The New Athenians (page 11)
      • (a) Economic Growth (page 11)
      • (b) Bureaucratic Growth (page 12)
    • IV. The Growth of Civic Consciousness (page 13)
    • V. The Decline of Tribal Politics in the Civic State (page 13)
    • Notes (page 15)
  • Jobs for Women (Susan Treggiari) (page 17)
    • I. Librariae and A Manu (page 19)
    • II. Ornatrices (page 19)
    • III. Vestiplicae/Vestispicae (page 21)
    • IV. Unctrices/Tractatrices (page 21)
    • V. Pedisequae (page 22)
    • VI. Quasillariae (page 23)
    • VII. Textrices/Staminariae (page 23)
    • VII. (a) Lanipendae (page 23)
    • VIII. (b) Lanipendi (page 24)
    • IX. Vestificae (page 25)
    • X. Sarcinatrices (page 26)
    • XI. Medicae (page 27)
    • XII. Opstetrices (page 28)
    • XIII. Nutrices (page 29)
    • XIV. Paedagogae (page 31)
    • XV. Lectrices/Anagnostriae (page 31)
    • XVI. Women Entertainers (page 31)
    • Notes (page 40)
  • Rome, Athens and Mithridates (E. Badian) (page 46)
    • Appendix I The Coins (page 58)
    • Appendix II The Archon List 88/7 B.C. (page 60)
    • Notes (page 61)
  • About the American Journal of Ancient History (page 70)
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