Histoire d'une démocratie : Athènes; Des origines à la by Claude Mossé

By Claude Mossé

Grâce à une mise en valeur de los angeles documentation archéologique, épigraphique et littéraire, on mesure le caractère unique et exceptionnel d’Athènes dans l’ensemble de l. a. Grèce ancienne.Après los angeles grande crise sociale des débuts du VIe siècle, l. a. démocratie s’est imposée à Athènes en s’accompagnant du développement d’une économie servile et de l’établissement d’un système d’échanges hégémonique. Quand les autres Grecs furent en mesure de secouer le joug athénien, los angeles Cité, réduite à ses seules forces, devint une proie facile pour les Macédoniens.Cet ouvrage, dont los angeles première édition date de 1971, reste une creation magistrale à l’histoire d’Athènes.Claude MosséElle est aujourd’hui en France l’une des meilleures spécialistes de l’histoire grecque. Professeur émérite à l’université de Paris-VIII, elle est l’auteur de nombreux travaux d’histoire ancienne qui font autorité.

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At that time the village had about fifty huts and the mansion of the Turkish governor of the area. 8 later travelers and the dilettanti expeditions 1765–1860 At about the same time, the first serious interest in exploring the site was expressed by the Dilettanti Society. Richard Chandler, accompanied by the architect Nicholas Revett and the painter William Pars, visited the site during the first expedition of the Dilettanti in Asia Minor in 1765–1766. 9 They called it “Saint Demetra,” a saint whose story had many similarities to the myth of Demeter and Persephone – except that her daughter had been abducted by the Turks, not by Hades.

3 topography and geology The ancient site of Eleusis is located in the western end of the Thriassion plain, a large alluvial plain of about 350 sq. , which extends from Mt. Aigaleon in the east to Mt. Parnes and Mt. Pateras in the west and from Mt. Kithairon in the north to the Eleusis bay in the south. In the west the plain is broken by low hills of Late Cretaceous limestone; the rest is made up of Pleistocene sediments, with several hills made of limestone and dolomites of Triassic–lower Jurassic age.

5 This extension stretched the crust, creating blocks separated by faults. 6 The mineral-rich sediment that resulted in the fertile soils of the Thriassion plain was deposited during the late Neogene and early Quaternary. Following the uplift of the surrounding mountains, weathering and erosion transported rock from the mountains down into the basin. About 200 meters of LANDSCAPE AND ENVIRONMENT 1. Map of Attica showing Eleusis and surrounding topographic features. Prepared by Dr. 7 The soil of the Thriassion Plain is a Fluvisol, which is a young, alluvial, and usually fertile soil, whereas the surrounding mountains have a thin Leptosol soil.

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