Citizens in the Graeco-Roman World: Aspects of Citizenship from the Archaic Period to AD 212

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BRILL, Sep 25, 2017 - History - 356 pages
The volume provides a collection of studies on citizenship in the Graeco-Roman world and the political and philosophical reflection on it. It encourages the reader to complement the traditional institutional approach to citizenship with a broader perspective.
 

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Contents

State of Research and Open Questions Cecchet
1
Part 1 Defining the Citizen Body in the Greek Poleis
31
Chapter 1 Looking for Citizenship in Archaic Greece Methodological and Historical Problems Giangiulio
33
The Case of Athens Cyrene and Camarina Cecchet
50
Chapter 3 Politeia in Greek Federal States Lasagni
78
Chapter 4 The Case of Multiple Citizenship Holders in the GraecoRoman East Ștefan
110
Part 2 Citizens and Noncitizens in the Roman World
133
Chapter 5 Citizens among Outsiders in Plautuss Roman Cosmopolis A Moment of Change Isayev
135
Access to Roman Citizenship and Exclusive Rights Besson
199
Part 3 Ancient Citizenship in the Philosophical and Political Reflection
221
Chapter 9 Metaphorical Appeals to Civic Ethos in Lycurgus Against Leocrates Filonik
223
Double Fatherlands and the Role of Italy in Ciceros Political Discourse CarlàUhink
259
Chapter 11 Ancient and Modern Sources of Hegels Conception of the Roman Citizenship Rocco Lozano
283
Chapter 12 The Idea of Cosmopolitanism from Its Origins to the 21st Century Busetto
302
Index of Ancient Sources
319
General Index
333

Chapter 6 Were Children SecondClass Citizens in Roman Society? Information Technology Resources for a New Vision of an Ancient Issue Fasolini
156
Chapter 7 Egyptians and Citizenship from the First Century AD to the Constitutio Antoniniana Marotta
172

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