Adoption in IV. century Athens

@article{Rubinstein1996AdoptionII,
  title={Adoption in IV. century Athens},
  author={Lene Rubinstein},
  journal={Classical World},
  year={1996},
  volume={89},
  pages={430}
}
The aim of the investigation is to throw light on the adoption institution. Much attention has been devoted to the contractual nature of the adoption which was carried out inter vivos as opposed to the unilateral nature of a testamentary adoption. In the present work it is argued that the main difference between the different types of adoption was one of procedure: adoption took place in public, in the adopter's phratry and deme, no matter whether prior to the death of the adopter or… 
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