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THE SETTING OF THE SCENE II
THE ECONOMIC REVOLUTION IN GREECE
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Achaean Achaean League Agis agriculture Alcmaeonidae Aratus Argos aristocracy army artisans Athenian Athens attack Attica became bourgeois bourgeoisie Bronze Age Carthage centralised century B.C. changes citizen body citizenship civilisation class struggles Cleomenes Corinth crisis culture decline defeated demand democracy democratic discontent early Greece East economic and social economic revolution Egypt empire ephors estates feudal fighting Flamininus forced fourth century further Greek growth Hellenistic helots helped increased influence interests Iron Age King labour land later laws Macedon merchants Messenian metal military Nabis nobles numbers obols organisation party Pausanias peasants Peisistratus Peloponnese Pergamum period perioikoi Persia Philip political population possible privileges produced prosperity reactionary reforms result revival revolutionary Roman Rome Rome's ruling class Senate serfs slavery slaves society Solon Sparta Spartan aristocracy Spartan citizens Spartan tyranny Theseus third century trading revolution tyrants wages wealth workers