- Title Pages
- List of Contributors
- 1 Behavioural Economics and Economic Behaviour in Classical Athens
- 2 The City in Chorus: For a Choral History of Athenian Society
- 3 Approaching the Hellenistic <i>Polis</i> through Modern Political Theory: The Public Sphere, Pluralism and Prosperity
- 4 Majority Rule vs. Consensus: The Practice of Democratic Deliberation in the Greek <i>Poleis</i>
- 5 Rethinking Mass and Elite: Decision-Making in the Athenian Law-Courts
- 6 Ancient and Modern Conceptions of the Rule of Law
- 7 What Can Data Drawn from the Hansen-Nielsen <i>Inventory</i> Tell Us about Political Transitions in Ancient Greece?
- 8 Patronage in Ancient Sparta
- 9 Understanding the Politics of Pericles around 450 BCE: The Benefits of an Economic Perspective
- 10 Cash and Crowns: A Network Approach to Greek Athletic Prizes
- 11 Property Security and its Limits in Classical Greece
- 12 Economic (In)Equality and Democracy: The Political Economy of Poverty in Athens
- 13 The Distribution of Wealthy Athenians in the Attic Demes
- 14 Exploring Intercommunity Political Activity in Fourth-Century Greece
- 15 Hegemonic Legitimacy (and its Absence) in Classical Greece
- 16 The <i>Koinon Dogma</i>, the Mercenary Threat and the Consolidation of the Democratic Revolutions in Mid-Fifth-Century Sicily
- 17 Muddle Wrestling: Grappling for Conceptual Clarity in Archaic Greek Money
- 18 Entanglement, Materiality and the Social Organisation of Construction Workers in Classical Athens
- 19 Technology and Society in Classical Athens: A Study of the Social Context of Mining and Metallurgy at Laurion
- Overview: Greek History at a Crossroads
- Ancient Greek History and Contemporary Social Science
- Mirko Canevaro, Andrew Erskine, Benjamin Gray, Josiah Ober
- Edinburgh University Press
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