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CLA160H1 Lecture #4

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Department
Classics
Course
CLA160H1
Professor
Johnathon Burgess
Semester
Winter

Description
Wednesdays lecture CLA160 Polis was the interest of citizens who called themselves Athenians Full participate or citizenship and its privileges are carefully guarded and often narrowly restricted Public participation usually limited to adult males with proven ties to the community traditionally signaled by ownership of land The fundamental unit of the polis is the oikos Women generally excluded from public participation eg voting legally under head of male household important in managing oikos Social hierarchy included a sometimes considerable population of noncitizens including especially slaves and resident foreigners or meticsSome features commonly shared by Archaic Greek Poleis Often but not necessarily include a density inhabited site with defensive walls frequently close to an arkopolis a high city A central public space t
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