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The Public Law of Athens - U. Kahrstedt: Staatsgebiet und Staatsangehörige in Athen. Pp. v + 370. (Göttinger Forschungen, 4. Heft.) Stuttgart and Berlin: Kohlhammer, 1934. Paper, M. 24.

  • A. W. Gomme (a1)

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1 That is why he insists on his claim to his paternal grandfather's name : he was Mantias' eldest son. To call him, the eldest, Boeotus, after his maternal grandfather, was to imply that he was illegitimate.

2 Only, according to Kahrstedt, would members of distant demes living in Athens be debarred by the long journey from getting their obols: that is, poor Marathonioi in Athens would not get to the theatre, those in Marathon would get their dole and spend it on a drink.

The Public Law of Athens - U. Kahrstedt: Staatsgebiet und Staatsangehörige in Athen. Pp. v + 370. (Göttinger Forschungen, 4. Heft.) Stuttgart and Berlin: Kohlhammer, 1934. Paper, M. 24.

  • A. W. Gomme (a1)

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