Every aspect of life (citizenship, business, literature, drama, art, sports, religion, and private life) in the ancient world was affected by political motives.
Preface Acknowledgments 1. Politics and Society in Ancient Greece 2. Politics and the Constitution 3. Sparta 4. Conflict, Trials, and Ostracism 5. The World of Men 6. The World of Women 7. Some Ancient Greek Politicians 8. Some More Ancient Greek Politicians Appendix: Texts, Visuals, and Websites Notes Further Readings Index
Nicholas F. Jones is Professor of Classics, University of Pittsburgh. He is the author of four books on Greek social and political history.
"Jones is an insightful scholar. This thoughtful and lucid book should be of great use as a supplemental text in undergraduate Greek history courses. . . . Highly recommended. All levels/libraries." - Choice