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16 avr. 2011

"Yearbook of the Research Centre for the History of Greek Law", vol. 42, Sup. XI, M. Sundahl, D. Mirhady, I. Arnaoutoglou, "A New Working Bibliography of Ancient Greek Law (7th-4th centuries Be)", Academy of Athens, mai 2011

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Academy of Athens 
Yearbook of the Research Centre for the History of Greek Law
Vol. 42, Supplément XI

Mark Sundahl, David Mirhady, Ilias Arnaoutoglou
A New Working Bibliography of Ancient Greek Law
(7th-4th centuries Be)

Athens, Academy of Athens, mai 2011.

I. Arnaoutoglou, Academy of Athens -
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Main Contents
Thematic bibliography
I. Sources
  • Orators
    • Aischines
    • Andokides
    • Antiphon
    • Demades
    • Demosthenes / Apollodoros
    • Deinarchos
    • Hypereides
    • Isaios
    • Isokrates
    • Lykourgos
    • Lysias.
  • Epic poetry
  • Tragedy
    • Aischylos
    • Euripides
    • Sophokles
  • Comedy
    • Aristophanes
    • Menander
  • Philosophers
    • Aristotle
    • Plato
  • Historiography
    • Thukydides
    • Xenophon
  • Lexica
  • Other literary Sources
  • Inscriptions
II. Auxiliaries of the discipline
  • Bibliographies and assessment of scholarly contributions; Manuals - introductory essays; Methodology; Greek legal history through different lenses.
III. Fundamental principles
  • Legal concepts, legal thinking; Dispute settlement and litigation; Origins of law; Writing and codification; Themis, Dike, Thesmos, Nomos, Psephisma; Law and legislators (Lycurgus; Drakon; Solon); Interpretation of laws; Human and fundamental rights; Relation of Greek law to other legal systems; Conflict of laws; Law and justice; Natural law; Legal language and terminology.
IV. The polis
  • Civic subdivisions; Archives; Constitutions; Magistrates; Nomothesia; Stasis, exile, reconciliation; Ostracism; Polis finances, taxation, coinage.
V. Individuals, status and law
  • Age classes (epheboi, neaniskoi, neoi, etc.); Citizenship (concept, acquisition (naturalization, grant, procedures), proof of); Phratries; Metics (foreign residents, isoteleis); Xenoi; Freedmen (and manumissions); Slaves; Women and law; Associations.
VI. Family and inheritance
  • Household (oikos); Kinship; Guardianship (kyrieia) over women and minors; Marriage; Dowry and property relations between spouses; Divorce; Illegitimacy (nothoi); Adoption; Wills, testaments; Succession ab intestate; Epikleros (Sole heiress).
VII. Contractual and property relations
  • Obligations; Contract; Sale; Lease; Loans and credit; Endowments; Locatio conductio operis; Other kinds of contracts; Property relations; Enktesis; Mortgages and security (horoi); Servitudes.
VIII. Trade and finance
  • Commercial law; Maritime law; Banks.
IX. Crime and punishment
  • Homicide; Hybris; Sexual offences; Theft; Other offences; Penal procedures; Penalties.
X. Legal redress
  • Arbitration; Courts (Areopagos); Procedures (regular (dikai - graphai)); Procedures (extraordinary); Famous trials; Personnel; Proofs (Oaths; Torture (Basanas); Witnesses); Enforcement.
XI. Law and religion
  • Asebeia (impiety); Asylia (inviolability); Defixiones (Curses); Leges sacrae (Sacred laws).
XII. Inter-poleis relations
  • Diplomacy; International arbitration; Leagues – Federations ; Metropoleis and colonies; Proxenia; Treaties – Symbola.
Alphabetical bibliography