A History of the Archaic Greek World: Ca. 1200-479 BCE
A History of the Archaic Greek World offers a theme-based approach to the development of the Greek world in the years 1200-479 BCE.
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The End of the Mycenaean World and its Aftermath
Communities of Place
New Homes Across the Seas
The Changing Nature of Authority
Pheidon of Argos
Defining the Political Community
Evaluating the Spartan Mirage
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Achaean acropolis Aegina agora Alcmaeonidae ancient Apollo appear archaeological evidence Archaic period archon Argive Argos argued aristocratic Aristotle Athenian Athenian Constitution Athens attested Attica authority basileis Boeotian Bronze Age burials ceramic certainly Chalcidians Chalcis citizens Classical period Cleisthenes coinage colonial Corinth Corinthian Cypselus Dark Age dedicated Delphi demos Diodorus Document Dorians earlier earliest early eighth century elite Ephorus Eretria Euboean example fact fifth Figure Fornara foundation Geometric Greece Greek Hellenic helots Heracles Herodotus Hesiod Hippias historian Homeric epics hoplite important inscriptions king land late later Lefkandi Lelantine literary Megara Hyblaea Messenian Miletus Mycenaean named Naucratis Olympia originally Pausanias Peloponnese Persian Pheidon Phoenician phylai Pisistratus Pithecusae Plutarch poet poetry poleis polis political community population pottery probably ranks region Rhetra sanctuary scholars settlement seventh century shield sixth century Solon sources Spartan Strabo suggest Taras temple term territory Theseus Thessalians Thucydides tion Tiryns tradition tyranny tyrants Tyrtaeus urban