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Author Filonik, Jakub

Title Citizenship in Antiquity Civic Communities in the Ancient Mediterranean
Published Milton : Taylor & Francis Group, 2023


Description 1 online resource (751 p.)
Series Rewriting Antiquity Series
Rewriting Antiquity Series
Contents Cover -- Half Title -- Series Page -- Title Page -- Copyright Page -- Table of Contents -- List of Figures -- List of Tables -- List of Abbreviations -- Notes on Contributors -- 1 Citizenship in Antiquity: Current Perspectives and Challenges -- Part I: Theory of Citizenship -- 2 Exploring Citizenship(s) in Context(s): Anthropological Perspectives -- 3 Greek Citizenship -- 4 Lifestyle and Behaviour in Archaic and Classical Greece: The other Language of Citizenship -- 5 Models of Roman Citizenship from Augustus to Boris Johnson -- Part II: The Ancient Near East
6 Citizens and Non-Citizens in the Age of Hammurabi -- 7 Citizenship in Hittite Anatolia -- 8 The Evolution of Citizen Councils and Assemblies in Ancient Phoenicia -- 9 Neo-Babylonian Citizenship Practices in a Comparative Mediterranean Context -- Part III: The Greek World -- Section I: Archaic and Classical Greece -- 10 The Supreme Arbitrator and the dēmos: City Founders and Reformers -- 11 'Citizens' and 'Others' in Archaic and Early Classical Crete -- 12 Spartan oliganthrōpia and Homoioi -- 13 Exile and Conflicting Identities in Archaic and Early classical Greece
14 Granting Citizenship to Women in Ancient Epirus -- 15 Citizenship and the Spartan Kosmos -- 16 Civic Subdivisions and the Citizen Community -- 17 The Language of Citizenship in Herodotus and Thucydides -- 18 Performing the City: Religious Aspects of Greek Citizenship -- 19 Sharing in the Polis: Conceptualizing Classical Greek Citizenship -- Section II: Classical Athens -- 20 The Citizen Body -- 21 Smuggling Infants: Citizenship Fraud in Classical Athens -- 22 Polis and Oikos: Citizenship and Family Membership in Classical Athens
23 Identity, Status, and 'Dishonour': Was Atimia Relevant only to Citizens? -- 24 Could Athenian Women be Counted as Citizens in Democratic Athens? -- 25 Places of Citizenship in Athenian Forensic Oratory -- 26 Citizenship Anxieties: The Athenian diapsēphisis of 346/345 BCE -- 27 Appeals to Associations and Claims to Citizenship in Athenian Oratory -- 28 'He's a Scythian!': The 'Birther' Attack in Classical Athens -- 29 Darkest Hour: Hyperides and the Emergency Measures after Chaeronea -- Part IV: The Hellenistic World -- 30 Citizenship in the Hellenistic Period
31 Citizenship in the Classical and Hellenistic Western Mediterranean -- 32 Citizenship, Identification, and the Metic Experience in Classical and Early Hellenistic Greece -- 33 Hellenistic Egypt and the Hybridization of 'Citizenship' -- 34 The Making of the Citizen in Hellenistic Poleis -- Part V: Between and Beyond Greece and Rome -- 35 Citizens and Citizenship in pre-Roman Carthage -- 36 Manumission and Citizenship in Ancient Greece and Rome -- 37 Jewishness as 'Citizenship' in Jewish writings from the Hellenistic and Roman Periods -- 38 Multiple Citizenship in Roman Asia Minor
Summary This volume brings together scholars working on the multifaceted and changing dimensions of citizenship in the ancient Mediterranean and surrounding regions, from the second millennium BCE to the first millennium CE. Suitable for students and scholars of citizenship, politics, and society in the ancient Mediterranean
Notes Description based upon print version of record
39 The Greeks and the Right of Roman Citizenship in the Late Republic
Form Electronic book
Author Plastow, Christine
Zelnick-Abramovitz, Rachel
ISBN 9781000847833