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Exile and the political cultures of the Greek polis, c. 404-146 BC

@inproceedings{Gray2011ExileAT,
  title={Exile and the political cultures of the Greek polis, c. 404-146 BC},
  author={B. Gray},
  year={2011}
}
  • B. Gray
  • Published 2011
  • Political Science
This thesis uses the evidence for a wide range of phenomena relating to the exile of citizens, by judicial decision or through stasis, to investigate the political cultures of Greek poleis in the period c. 404-146 BC: the fundamental ideas about citizenship which were in circulation in poleis in that period. Political communication in the context of exile phenomena forced citizens to make explicit their fundamental assumptions about the criteria for civic inclusion and exclusion and about the… Expand

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