|Statement||by Rachel Louisa Sargent.|
|Series||University of Illinois studies in the social sciences., vol. XII, no. 3. September, 1924|
|LC Classifications||H31 .I4 vol. 12, no. 3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||136|
|LC Control Number||25027290|
Size of the slave population at Athens during the fifth and fourth centuries before Christ. Urbana, University of Illinois  (OCoLC) Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Rachel Sargent Robinson. The size of the slave population at Athens during the fifth and fourth centuries before Christ, by Rachel Louisa Sargent. HT R6 Les esclaves romains en temps de guerre / Norbert Rouland ; avant-propos de L. R. Ménager. Slaves at Athens - The Size of the Slave Population at A Thens During the Fifth and Fourth Centuries Before Christ. By Rachel Louisa Sargent. Pp. University of Illinois Studies in the Social Sciences, Vol. XII., No. 3, $ [REVIEW] M. Cary - - Cited by: Population of Ancient Athens in the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C., The [A.W. Gomme] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
, The Size of the Slave Population at Athens During the Fifth and Fourth Centuries Before Christ (Urbana, III.: University of Illinois, ), p. 39 ; Yeo, Cedric by: 2. The Size of the Slave Population at Athens During the Fifth and Fourth Centuries before Christ. By Miss RACHEL LOUISA SAR-GENT. Diss., University of Illinois Studies in the Social Sci-ences, Sept., , Vol. XII, No. 3. $ The author has undertaken a reexamination of the entire problem of the number of slaves in Attica during the fifth and. THE POSITION OF WOMEN IN ATHENS IN THE FIFTH AND FOURTH CENTURIES BY A. W. GOMME It is a commonplace that, whereas in the Aegean age and in Homer the position of women was a noble one, in Athens of the classical period it was ignoble. For example: The best woman, according to the Athenian definition, is she of whom. The Greek city states declined so drastically during the end of the fifth century and fourth century BCE for many reasons. Greece had just finished fighting the Peloponnesian war, which resulted in divided city-states and tension between Athens and Sparta.
Classical Philology A Journal Devoted to Research in Classical Antiquity. Editor: Sarah Nooter, University of Chicago Sarah Nooter, University of Chicago. Athens City-State of Ancient Greece and center of Greek golden age that occurred in the 5th century BCE. Peloponnesian War ( BCE) The war between Athens and Sparta that in which Sparta won, but left Greece as a whole weak and ready to fall to its Macedonian neighbors to the north. Athens is one of the oldest named cities in the world having been continuously inhabited for at least years Situated in southern Europe, Athens became the leading city of Ancient Greece in the first millennium BC, and its cultural achievements during the 5th century BC laid the foundations of Western civilization.. During the early Middle Ages, the city experienced a decline, then. Of all published articles, the following were the most read within the past 12 monthsCited by: