Pericles" citizenship law of 451-50 B.C.
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Pericles" citizenship law of 451-50 B.C. by Cynthia Patterson

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Published by Ayer in Salem, N.H .
Written in English


  • Pericles, -- 499-429 B.C.,
  • Citizenship (Greek law)

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Edition Notes

First published: New York: Arno Press, 1981.

StatementCynthia Patterson.
SeriesMonographs in classical studies
LC ClassificationsLAW
The Physical Object
Paginationiv,225p. ;
Number of Pages225
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18863845M
ISBN 100881430226

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Pericles' Citizenship Law of B.C.. [Cynthia Patterson] Home. WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help. Search. Search for Library Items Search Pericles: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Cynthia Patterson. Find more information about: ISBN: OCLC Number: Notes: Revision of the author's thesis. The Citizenship Law of Pericles In B.C. Pericles introduced one of most striking proposals with his sponsorship of a law stating that henceforth citizenship would be conferred only on children whose mother and father both were Athenians. 1 Previously, the offspring of Athenian men who married non-Athenian women were granted citizenship. Pericles' Citizenship Law of B.C (Monographs in classical studies) [Cynthia Patterson] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying by: Buy Pericles Citizenship Law of 50 B C by Cynthia Patterson (ISBN: ) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : Cynthia Patterson.

Athenian history, Perikles' citizenship law of / Not only have scholars attributed to Perikles and the Athenian demos deeply laid political plans and sin ister and selfish motives in the passage of this law, they have also expanded it, [/50 B.C.], because of the large number of citizens, [the Athenians] re. “More on the Athenian Coinage Law of /4 B.C.,” Numismatica e Antichita classiche Calame, Claude. Choruses of Young Women in Ancient Greece (trans. Derek Collins and Janice Orion, originally Les Choeurs de Jeune Filles en Grice Archa'ique, ). The only statement which can be made with security about Athenian society and economy in the Periclean period is that they were evolving rapidly but unsystematically. Settlement and landholding patterns are being seen to have generated specific aspects both of the economy and of public finances. C. Pericles' Citizenship Law of – b.c Author: J. K. Davies.   While Cimon was still fighting on Cyprus, or perhaps before he had even left on the campaign, Pericles passed his most famous law, the “citizenship law” of /50 (dated by Arist., Constitution of Athens ), restricting Athenian citizenship to persons born of an Athenian father and mother (and probably only if they were legitimately.

_Verse Simmonds - Sex Love and Hip Hop ().rar.   According to rabbinic law, from the second century to the present, the offspring of a gentile mother and a Jewish father is a gentile, while the offspring of a Jewish mother and a gentile father is a Jew (albeit, according to the Mishnah, a mamzer, a Jew of impaired status).Each of these two rulings has its own history, as I shall show below, but it is convenient Cited by: BOOK REVIEWS Athens ca. Accepting the tentative identification of Aspasia as the dependent relation of an Athenian aristocrat, H. focuses on the more important question of what it would have meant to be an aristocratic female metic in mid-fifth-century Athens, a city in which Aspasia, before Pericles' citizenship law of /50, would. From Popular Sovereignty to the of Law: Law, Society, and Politics in Fifth-Century Athens. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of Califor­ nia Press, Palmer, R. R. "Notes on the Use of the Word 'Democracy,' " Political Science Quarterly 68 (): Patterson, Cynthia B. Pericles' Citizenship Law of B.C.