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Table of Contents
Introduction Formation of the City; Part 1 The City Under Aristocracy; Chapter 1 The Homeric City; Chapter 2 Origins and Forms of Oligarchy; Chapter 3 Oligarchical Institutions; Chapter 4 The Birth of Democracy and Tyranny; Part 2 The City Under Democracy; Chapter 5 Athenian Democracy; Chapter 6 Ideas on Democracy; Chapter 7 The Assembly of the People; Chapter 8 The Council; Chapter 9 The Magistrates; Chapter 10 Justice; Chapter 11 Expansion of the City in the Fifth Century; Part 3 The City and its Decline; Chapter 12 New Manners and Ideas; Chapter 13 Transformation of Social and Political Life; Chapter 14 Corruption of Democratic Institutions; Chapter 15 The Unification of Greece; Chapter 16 Conclusion;
Gustave Glotz was Professor of Greek History at the University of Paris.