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Athenian political amnesty of 403 B.C.

Alfred P. Dorjahn

Athenian political amnesty of 403 B.C.

by Alfred P. Dorjahn

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Published .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Athens (Greece),
  • Athens.
    • Subjects:
    • Amnesty -- Athens.,
    • Athens (Greece) -- History -- Thirty Tyrants, 404-403 B.C.

    • Classifications
      LC ClassificationsKL4399.5.A46, DF277 .D6
      The Physical Object
      Pagination1 v. (unpaged)
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL5082902M
      LC Control Number74153970

      "Adds thoughtful insight to the development of Athenian democracy after the civil war." (J. Drew Harrington History) "Wolpert applies new approaches to law and ideology to the period and, in so doing, makes a real contribution: this will be a book that anyone interested in the development of Athenian democracy will want to read."Cited by:   The Law of Ancient Athens contains the principal literary and epigraphical sources, in English, for Athenian law in the Archaic and Classical periods, from the first known historical trial (late seventh century) to the fall of the democracy in BCE.. This accessible and important volume is designed for teachers, students, and general readers interested in the ancient Greek world, the Pages:

      "[A] timely reminder of democracy's dynamic and creative potential for our deeply-divided and polarized American society, as it proceeds with hope and optimism into an uncertain democratic future."--Craige B. Champion, Classical Outlook "By confronting critically an alien way of thinking and doing and speaking about politics that is nevertheless also the fountainhead of our own Western.   Athenian Legacies by Josiah Ober, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide.3/5(4).

      In B.C., he raised an army of mercenaries, marched on Athens, and ruled there until his death in B.C. Cleisthenes Following the fall of Hippias came a brief period of Spartan domination before the rise of another Athenian politician in B.C. who would tinker with government institutions—Cleisthenes. Part of the Reacting to the Past series, The Threshold of Democracy re-creates the intellectual dynamics of one of the most formative periods in the human experience. After nearly three decades of war, Sparta crushed democratic Athens, destroyed its great walls and warships, occupied the city, and installed a brutal regime, “the Thirty Tyrants.”.


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Athenian political amnesty of 403 B.C by Alfred P. Dorjahn Download PDF EPUB FB2

Social Science History, Cultural History, and the Amnesty of Article (PDF Available) in Transactions of the American Philological Association (1) January with 59 ReadsAuthor: Josiah Ober. There has been much discussion in recent years as to whether the Athenian amnesty of BC can be understood in terms of political forgiveness.

A number of scholars have denied that it can. Year BC was a year of the pre-Julian Roman calendar. Athenian orator and politician, who has been implicated in the mutilation of the Herms on the eve of the departure of the Athenian expedition against Sicily in BC, returns from exile under the general amnesty.

ChinaCenturies: 6th century BC, 5th century BC, 4th century BC. Athenian Legacies demonstrates with flair and verve how the people of one influential political community rebuilt their democratic government, rewove their social fabric, and, Athenian political amnesty of 403 B.C.

book thick and thin, went on together. Cultural History, and the Amnesty of b.c. Chapter Nine: Greek Horoi: Artifactual Texts and the Contingency of. athenian government & laws The wealthy aristocrats held control of both the land and the government and, in time, poorer land owners became enslaved (or nearly so) through debt to the more wealthy.

Further, there was a perceived lack of consistency among the other laws of the : Kimberly Boyd. Athenian Legacies demonstrates with flair and verve how the people of one influential political community rebuilt their democratic government, rewove their social fabric, and, through thick and thin, went on together.

The book's essays address amnesty, civic education, and institutional innovation in early Athens, a city that built and lost an Brand: Princeton University Press. While this book deals largely with the ancient agreement, Carawan also draws perspectives from parallels in modern history, such as the post-apartheid settlement in South Africa, illustrating how the Athenian Amnesty is generally regarded as the model for political 'forgiveness' or 'pardon and oblivion' embraced in later conflict resolution.

This volume explores the amnesty which ended the civil war at Athens in BC. It presents a new interpretation of the Athenian Amnesty in its original setting, and in view of the subsequent reconstruction of laws and democratic institutions in Athens, while also drawing on.

Alfred Paul Dorjahn (11 July – 23 June ) was an American classicist. In he completed his PhD at the University of Chicago. His doctoral dissertation was The Athenian Political Amnesty of BC.

Bibliography. Some of his books are listed on The Online Books Page. References. The life and teachings of Socrates (c. B.C.) stand at the foundation of Western philosophy. He lived in Athens during a time of transition (Athens' defeat at the hands of Sparta in the Peloponnesian War ( B.C.) ended the Golden Age of Athenian civilization) and had a tremendous influence on the Athenian youth of his day.

The year was not only the British Academy’s Centenary, it also marked the semicentennial of the publication of Charles Hignett’s influential study of the History of the Athenian Constitution.¹ Hignett’s book is primarily concerned with political institutions as nodes of formal authority and with the distinction between “moderate” and “radical” forms of ancient democracy.

During its golden age in the fifth century BC, Athens was governed by a direct democracy. Citizenship was extended to all males over eighteen following completion of military training; women, slaves, and metics (foreign residents) were excluded from political participation. Full political rights, including the rights to stand as a candidate for office and to serve on the courts, were extended.

The Athenian Debate over Civic Education --Chapter Seven. Living Freely as a Slave of the Law: Why Socrates Lives in Athens --Chapter Eight. Social Science History, Cultural History, and the Amnesty of B.C.

--Chapter Nine. Greek Horoi: Artifactual Texts and the Contingency of Meaning --Chapter Ten. Athens was one of the most important and powerful cities in Greece during the Classical period.

It was also the first of the Greek city states fully to develop democracy. It was very important for Athenians to take an active part in the running of Athenian government.

This volume explores the amnesty which ended the civil war at Athens in BC. Drawing upon ancient historians and speechwriters, together with the surviving inscriptions, it presents a new interpretation of the Athenian Amnesty in its original setting and in view of the subsequent reconstruction of laws and democratic institutions in Athens.

Athens, B.C.E. The bloody oligarchic dictatorship of the Thirty is over, and the democrats have returned to the city victorious. Renouncing vengeance, in an act of willful amnesia, citizens call for -- -if not invent -- -amnesty.

Only two essays cohere less effectively with the rest of the collection. Chapter eight ("Social Science History, Cultural History, and the Amnesty of B.C.") contrasts two methodological approaches to historical explanation, a social science, rational choice approach and a cultural history, anthropological approach (to speak broadly).

Cohen, D. () “ The Rhetoric of Justice: Strategies of Reconciliation and Revenge in the Restoration of Athenian Democracy in B.C. ” European Journal of Society – Cohen, D. ( a) “Crime, Punishment, and the Rule of Law in Classical Athens” in Gagarin, M. and Cohen, D., eds.,Cited by: 2. Stanford Libraries' official online search tool for books, media, journals, databases, government documents and more.

“The Athenian Political Amnesty of B.C.” (Chicago, ). () ; Political Forgiveness in Old Athens: The Amnesty of B.C.

(Evanston, IL, ); During his lifetime he published over articles and book reviews in various professional journals. He was a member of Phi Beta Kappa and graduated second in his class. The Law of Ancient Athens David Phillips Published by University of Michigan Press Phillips, David.

Carawan, E. M. “Apophasis and Eisangelia: The Rôle of the Areopagus in Athenian Political Trials.” The Amnesty of B.C.-Evan ston, IL. Dover, K. J. Cited by: 4."Defense of the Athenian Land Frontier, B.C.: A Reply" PHOE [PDF file] "Pottery and Miscellaneous Artifacts from Fortified Sites in Northern and Western Attica" HESPE [JSTOR] "Public Opinion and the Role of Sea Power in Athens, B.C." in D.M.

Masterson (ed.), Naval History.Innovative and engaging, The Threshold of Democracy: Athens in B.C. explores the intellectual dynamics of democracy by recreating the historical context that shaped its evolution.

Part of the “Reacting to the Past” series, this text consists of elaborate games in which students are assigned roles, informed by classic texts, set in particular moments of intellectual and social ferment/5(11).