By Roger Brock, Stephen Hodkinson
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Communities other than the polis: ethn»e and ethnos-states Besides a plurality of constitutional patterns within the polis, Greek antiquity also possessed various di·erent kinds of communities, of which the polis was only one form. One important form of community was the ethnos (plural, ethn»e), which features in the second part of this volume. In terms of geographical area, an ethnos typically embraced a broad region of Greece such as those studied in this volume, Achaea, Arcadia, Macedonia, Thessaly.
8. 89. 3 on the capacity of oligarchs to laugh o· even defeat in democratic elections because it was not at the hands of their peers. Nevertheless, many of the Athenian e‹ lite clearly opted out of democratic politics: L. B. Carter (1986) chs. 1–3. For ‘proportional equality’ see Harvey (1965–6); for isonomia (‘political equality’) in oligarchic ideology see Cartledge (2000); for the battle of ideology see Brock (1991). 20 Roger Brock and Stephen Hodkinson and be more relaxed about iteration, or even life tenure, which—it could be argued—allowed poleis to retain competent men in o¶ce and beneﬁt from the expertise they had acquired, something Athenian democracy regarded as potentially dangerous.
2. 11–19)—which made their operation, at least in terms of foreign policy-making, closer to that of hegemonial leagues. James Roy’s paper deals with another mainland Greek confederacy, the Arcadian confederacy of the 360s, which (in alliance with the Boeotian confederacy) played an important, if short-lived, role in the demise of Sparta. The confederacy, as in several other regions, built upon the prior existence of an Arcadian ethnic identity, which is attested already by the ﬁfth century but had not previously been translated into any common political organization.
Alternatives to Athens by Roger Brock, Stephen Hodkinson