6 edition of The Phratries of Attica (Michigan Monographs in Classical Antiquity) found in the catalog.
February 1, 1999 by University of Michigan Press .
Written in English
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The Phratries of Attica provides the first comprehensive account in English of a key institution in ancient Athens: the Attic phratries. These hereditary groups of citizens, linked to one locale or more in Attica, played a crucial role in regulating access to Athenian citizenship.
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The author concentrates on the evidence, much of it epigraphical, for the period B.C.E., but he also. Thus one of the twelve phratries of Attica was formed. Whether its religious center was at Agrae from the beginning, or its house was first moved thither when the synoecismus of Attica took place, is a problem best resolved by considering the movement of the little kinsman groups into the house of a phratry and the establishment of the houses.
This work is a richly detailed study of the nature and development of the Attic demes, the local units that made up the city-state of Athens during the classical and early Hellenistic ally published in The Princeton Legacy Library uses the latest print-on-demand technology to again make available previously out-of-print books from the distinguished backlist of.
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The Phratries of Attica. Robin Osborne & S. Lambert - - Journal of Hellenic Studies The Greek Heroes C. Kerényi: Myth and Man: The Heroes of the Greeks. Attica as a whole was divides into three areas: a peripheral zone along the coast (exclusive of the costal area close to Athens), called Paralia ; a central area called Mesogeia ; and a third one including Athens and its vicinity, called Astu, that is, the City area (astu is the common name in Greek for an urban area as opposed to the.
Whitehead = D. Whitehead, The Demes of Attica, ca. B.C.: A Political and Social Study, Princeton Phratries and testimonia will be designated according to catalogue number. So, for example, refers to IGor the phratry attested in that inscription, the Demotionidai; refers to the phratry attested in Demosthenes A.
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S. Lambert, The Phratries of Attica, 2nd ed., Ann Arbor,on the myth, esp. on the importance of kinship and the weakness of the connection between the ephebia and the Apatouria in the pre-Hellenistic period; for children’s participation.
The gentes, phratries, and tribes, whose members were now scattered over all Attica and thoroughly intermixed, had thus become useless as political bodies; numbers of Athenian citizens did not belong to any gens at all; they were immigrants, who had indeed acquired rights of citizenship, but had not been adopted into any of the old kinship.
Attica had been on a slow boil throughout the summer of In Junefive Attica prisoners established the Attica Liberation Faction (ALF). Carl Jones-EL, one of the five founders, suggested that the ALF was created “to try to bring about some change in the conditions of Attica.
We started teaching political ide - ology to ourselves. THIS BOOK ALL BUT EXPLICITLY INVITES COMPARISON with David Whitehead's The Demes of Attica (Princeton ), in assembling, as far as I can tell, all the material bearing on the phratries down to B.C., when they retreat from sight, and relevant scholarship.
Whitehead's discussion of his sectional groupings of. Books, Toys, Games and much more. work in such areas as the Peiraeus harbor and the silver-mining region of southern Attica has fleshed out the image of Athens appearing in our literary sources.
The aristocratic clans in turn apparently wielded significant influence in the phratries (“brotherhoods”), poorly understood organizations Price: $ The tribe consisted of several kindred phratries.
In Attica there were four tribes of three phratries each; the number of gentes in each phratry was thirty. Such an accurate division of groups reveals the fact of a conscious and well-planned interference with the natural order. How, when and why this was done is not disclosed by Grecian history.
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(40) Since this paper was completed two books have been published which briefly and hesitantly support the view championed here, that the Deceleans were the phratry: D.
Ogden, Greek Bastardy (Oxford, ), pp. ; R. Parker, Athenian Religion: A History (Oxford, ), pp. P.J. RHODES University of Durham. In ancient Greece, a phratry (phratria, Greek: φ(ρ)ατρία, "brotherhood", "kinfolk", derived from φρατήρ meaning "brother") was a social division of the Greek tribe ().Little is known about the role they played in Greek social life, but they existed from the Greek Dark Ages until the 2nd century BCE.
Two Security Horoi from an ore-washery at Agrileza, Southern Attica. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphikpp. Lambert, S. The Phratries of Attica (2nd ed.). Michigan Monographs in Classical Antiquity. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
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They were employed to re-settle areas that had been largely depopulated through wars. 41 Y. Ustinova, “Orgeones in Phratries: A Mechanism of Social Integration in Attica,” Kernos 6 (), p. 42 On this passage see most recently: Jones (cit. 7), p.
43 BS, in F ἢ να ῦ ται instead of μηνυτα ί. 44 Several conjectures are put forward. APATURIA (Ἀπατούρια), an ancient Greek festival held annually by all the Ionian towns except Ephesus and Colophon (Herodotus i. At Athens it took place in the month of Pyanepsion (October to November), and lasted three days, on which occasion the various phratries (i.e.
clans) of Attica met to discuss their name is a slightly modified form of ἀπατόρια. This monumental work by a distinguished European scholar presents a scrupulously realistic approach to ancient Greek civilization.
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Explore books by S. Lambert with our selection at Click and Collect from your local Waterstones or get FREE UK delivery on orders over £. The Growth of Athens and the Persian Wars. During the Late Bronze Age, Athens was the most important settlement in Attica.
In the late thirteenth century BC there was a collapse of the centralized ruling structure, drastic depopulation, and dispersal into small communities.Synonyms for phratries in Free Thesaurus.
Antonyms for phratries. 6 synonyms for phratry: family line, kinfolk, kinsfolk, sept, folk, family. What are synonyms for phratries?Athens (Attica, Greece and Macedonia — Pleiades map), ca. BCE S. D. Lambert, "Notes on Two Attic 'Horoi': And Some Corrigenda to 'The Phratries of Attica,'" ZPE () 77–83 (new reading) = IG II² (old reading) = Finley(no.
43) (old reading) = PHI = AGRW ID# Copenhagen Inventory info: abbreviation guide.