A Companion to Greek Democracy and the Roman Republic by Dean Hammer

By Dean Hammer

A better half to Greek Democracy and the Roman Republic bargains a comparative method of studying historic Greek and Roman participatory communities.

  • Explores a variety of facets of participatory groups via pairs of chapters—one Greek, one Roman—to spotlight comparisons among cultures
  • Examines the kinds of relationships that sustained participatory groups, the demanding situations they confronted, and the way they responded
  • Sheds new gentle on participatory contexts utilizing varied methodological approaches
  •  Brings a world array of students into discussion with every one other

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