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In this volume, Kellogg combines literary, prosopographical, epigraphical, and archaeological evidence to create an encompassing overview of this dynamic and historical settlement with a well-developed identity and unique traditions. Such an investigation also functions as a corrective to a 'one size fits all' approach to rural Attica, which privileges the city and its political and economic opportunities over the countryside where most of the Athenian citizenry lived. This volume constitutes a new and distinctive contribution to the study of ancient Athens, and is a major advance in the analysis of the critically important role of the Attic demes in the economic, political, social, and religious structures of Athenian democracy.
Danielle L. Kellogg is Assistant Professor of Classics at Brooklyn College, CUNY. She has previously published several articles on various aspects of Greek history and epigraphy.
Table of Contents
List of Illustrations
1. Acharnai, the largest of the demes of Attica: Site and Settlement
2. For their hoplites numbered three thousand: Demography and Population
3. And he made all the inhabitants in each of the demes fellow-demesmen of each Other: Politics and Economics
4. Famous of old for brave men: Identity and Stereotypes
5. Many of the citizens never visited the city even for the festivals: Religion
An Acharnian Gazetteer
A Prosopography of Acharnai