The Democratic Significance of the Classical Athenian Courts

Decline: Decadence, Decay and Decline in History and Society, ed. William O'Reilly (Central European University Press, originally expected 2017)

22 Pages Posted: 17 Jul 2012 Last revised: 28 Apr 2020

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Daniela Cammack

University of California, Berkeley

Date Written: September 21, 2016

Abstract

This paper was originally written for inclusion in Decline: Decadence, Decay and Decline in History and Society, ed. William O'Reilly (Central European University Press, expected pub. 2017). A fully updated and revised version is now available under the title "The Popular Courts in Athenian Democracy," which I hope to publish that elsewhere. However, since the original version has been cited in a few places, I'll leave it archived here.

Keywords: Athenian assembly, Athenian courts, era of legal reform, demos, democracy

Suggested Citation

Cammack, Daniela, The Democratic Significance of the Classical Athenian Courts (September 21, 2016). Decline: Decadence, Decay and Decline in History and Society, ed. William O'Reilly (Central European University Press, originally expected 2017) , Available at SSRN: https://ssrn.com/abstract=2110824

Daniela Cammack (Contact Author)

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