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Aristoteles und Athen

Aristoteles und Athen
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  • Date Published: July 2010
  • availability: In stock
  • format: Multiple copy pack
  • isbn: 9781108016339

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  • Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff (1848–1931) was one of the most prominent German philologists of his time and his work is still well regarded. This book, originally published in 1893, is a detailed analysis of the The Constitution of the Athenians, then usually (though not universally) regarded as a work of Aristotle. Wilamowitz accepts Aristotle's authorship of the famous treatise on the history of the constitution that restored democracy after the oligarchy of the Thirty (403 BCE). Volume 1 investigates the historical sources employed by Aristotle, hypothesising that he was using two now lost works in addition to Herodotus and Thucydides, and that these were likely to be chronicles of events in the city. Volume 2 reconstructs Athenian constitutional history on the basis of the work. A number of essays addressing topics on Athenian constitutional history and drawing on such figures as Solon, Peisistratus, Lysias and Isocrates are also included.

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    • Date Published: July 2010
    • format: Multiple copy pack
    • isbn: 9781108016339
    • dimensions: 325 x 250 x 68 mm
    • weight: 1.39kg
    • availability: In stock
  • Table of Contents

    Volume 1: Vorwort
    Erstes Buch. Analyse der aristotelischen schrift von der politie der Athener:
    1. Chronologie
    2. Herodotos
    3. Solon
    4. Drakons verfassung
    5. Thukydides
    6. Die demagogen des fünften jahrhunderts
    7. Die verfassung
    8. Die Atthis
    9. Nachwirkung des buches in der späteren zeit
    10. Zweck und bedeutung des buches. Volume 2: Zweites Buch. Untersuchungen auf grund der aristotelischen Politie:
    1. Die quellen der griechischen geschichte
    2. Die athenische politie von Kekrops bis Solon
    3. Die athenische politie von Peisistratos bis Ephialtes
    4. Ράτροις πολιτεία
    5. Die konige von Athen
    6. Trittyen und Demen
    7. Der athenische name
    8. Der Areopag vor Ephialtes
    9. 3000 hopliten von Acharnai
    10. Diobelie
    11. Τιμήματα παρεχόμενοι
    12. Λόγος und εΰθθνα
    13. Προχειροτονία
    Drittes Buch. Beilagen:
    1. Die phratrie der Demotioniden
    2. Der erste krieg mit Aegina
    3. Die chronologie der pentekontaetie
    4. Solons gedichte
    5. Die attische skoliensammlung
    6. Pindaros siebentes pythisches gedicht
    7. Die process der Eumeniden
    8. Die Zeit der Thesmophoriazusen
    9. Die rede für Polystratos
    10. Die paragraphe und Lysias wider Pankleon
    11. Lysias wider die kornhändler
    12. Isokrates Panegryikos 100-114
    13. Die briefe des Isokrates
    14. Demosthenes prooemium 55
    15. Die gedichte des Aristoteles
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    Ulrich von Wilamowitz-Moellendorff

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