4 edition of Rationes Centesimarum found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. -309) and indexes.
|Series||Archaia Hellas ;, v. 3|
|LC Classifications||HD840.5 .L36 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 327, 24 p. of plates :|
|Number of Pages||327|
|LC Control Number||97217916|
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The Rationes Centesimarum, inscribed accounts of a 1 percent tax paid on sales of land by Attic corporate groups (demes, phratries etc.) to individual Athenian citizens in the 4th century B.C., are an important source for the social and economic history o f classical Athens.
Although some of the fragments have been known for over a century. Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lambert, S.D., Rationes Centesimarum.
Amsterdam: J.C. Gieben, (OCoLC) Abstract. The Rationes Centesimarum, inscribed accounts of a 1 percent tax paid on sales of land by Attic corporate groups (demes, phratries etc.) to individual Athenian citizens in the 4th century B.C., are an important source for the social and economic history o f classical : Stephen David Lambert.
systematic treatment of the Rationes Centesimarum, complex documents Rationes Centesimarum book they are, would perhaps have been appropriate. The book is completed by a Conspectus, where Papazarkadas summarizes his main conclusions in a diachronic perspective, and by seven very useful appendixes, of which 'Appendix 1 ' deals with the.
Rationes centesimarum (Amsterdam). 6) See Aleshire S.B. The Demos and the Priests: The Selection of Sacred Officials at Athens from Cleisthenes to Augustus in: Osborne R. Hornblower S. (eds.) Ritual Finance Politics. Athenian Democratic Accounts presented to David Lewis (Oxford) ; Lambert S.D.
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Lambert. Returning to the Rationes Centesimarum, the author offers a more plausible case for quasi-liturgical activity (here, of one-time purchases), but the author's statement (p.
) that "the Salaminioi would appear then to have possessed property that could elevate them to the status of affluent gentry" is inexplicable. As with each of the other. For this, information about population and wealth from the censuses of Antipater and of Demetrius of Phaleron is considered and a relative proportion emerging from the rationes centesimarum is used.
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It is the attestations of the term eschatia in the Rationes Centesimarum, the Athenian inscriptions recording. Selected Papers in Greek and Near Eastern History by David M. Lewis,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.
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What did citizenship really mean in classical Athens. It is conventionally understood as characterised by holding political office. Since only men could do so, only they were considered to be citizens, and the community (polis) has appeared primarily as the scene of men's political actions.
It is the a ttestations of the term eschatia in the Rationes Centesimarum, t he Athenian inscriptions recording the 1% tax paid on sales of public land and property, that has attracted most. Books may be returned within 8 days of receipt, if returned in the same condition as sent, and packed, shipped and insured as received (please always notify us).
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New England Classical Journal & Newsletter 24(3), pp. Lambert, S. Rationes Centesimarum: sales of public land in Lykourgan Athens. Archaia Hellas: monographs on ancient Greek history and archaeology Vol. Amsterdam: J. Venetiae - Histria Dalmatia Rationes Decimarum Italiae Nei Secoli XIII E XIV by Sella, Pietro; Vale, Giuseppe, editors and a great selection of related books, art.
hope that this book will spur further debate and as such fulfill one of H’s most obvious ambitions. [] JENS A. KRASILNIKOFF Institute for History and Area Studies Aarhus University [] A substantial number of eschatiai are discussed in S.D.
Lambert, Rationes Centesimarum: Sales of Public Land in Lykourgan Athens (Am-sterdam, ). Returning to the Rationes Centesimarum, the author offers a more plausible case for quasi-liturgical activity (here, of one-time purchases), but the author’s statement (p.
) that “the Salaminioi would appear then to have possessed property that could elevate them to the status of affluent gentry” is inexplicable. As with each of the. Peter Liddel offers a fresh approach to the old problem of the nature of individual liberty in ancient Athens.
He draws extensively on oratorical and epigraphical evidence from the late fourth century BC to analyse the ways in which ideas about liberty were reconciled with ideas about obligation, and examines how this reconciliation was negotiated, performed, and presented in the Athenian law.Book, Internet Resource: All Authors / Contributors: David M offices of Eubulus and Lycurgus --The dating of Demosthenes' speeches --Law on the Lesser Panathenaia --The Athenian Rationes centesimarum --The chronology of the Athenian new style coinage --Review of The new style silver coinage of Athens / M.
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