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Title: Money, Labour and Land: Approaches to the Economics of Ancient Greece
Author: Cartledge, Paul
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Publisher: Routledge/Taylor & Francis; Publication Date: 2001
Hardcover; ISBN: 9780415196499
Volumes: 1; Pages: 280
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Drawing on comparative historical and anthropological approaches, sociological, economic and cultural theory, and developments in epigraphy, legal history, numismatics and spatial archaeology, this volume will be of interest to all students and scholars of ancient economies.
Table of Contents
Figures and Tables * List of Contributors * Preface (G. E. R. Lloyd) 1. Introduction, Edward E. Cohen 2. Hard Surfaces, Ian Morris 3. Small Change and the Moneyed Economy, H. S. Kim 4. Demos' Phial and the Rhetoric of Money in Fourth-century Athens, Sitta von Reden 5. Workshop, Marketplace and Household: The Nature of Technical Specialization in Classical Athens and Its Influence on Economy and Society, Edward M. Harris 6. An Unprofitable Masculinity, Edward E. Cohen 7. Markets, Fairs and Monetary Loans: Cultural History and Economic History in Roman Italy and Hellenistic Greece, Jean Andreau (Trans. By Paul Cartledge) 8. Merchants, Prostitutes and the "New Poor:" Forms of Contract and Social Status, Julie V lissaropoulos-Karakostas (Trans. By Lin Foxhall and Paul Cartledge) 9. Domination and Exploitation, Dimitris J. Kyrtatas 10. The Political Economy of Greek Slavery, Paul Cartledge 11. On Paul Cartledge, "The Political Economy of Greek Slavery," Michael H. Jameson 12. The Hireling and the Slave: A Transatlantic Perspective, Walter Scheidel 13. A Simple Case of Exploitation: The Helots of Messenia, Susan E. Alcock 14. The Strategies of Mr. Theopompos, John K. Davies 15. Access to Resources in Classical Greece: The Egalitarianism of the Polis in Practice, Lin Foxhall Bibliography * Index