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By Gustave Glotz

Initially released among 1920-1970, The historical past of Civilization was once a landmark in early 20th century publishing. It used to be released at a formative time in the social sciences, and through a interval of decisive historic discovery. the purpose of the overall editor, C.K. Ogden, was once to summarize the hottest findings and theories of historians, anthropologists, archaeologists and sociologists.

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The forge. —Work on the customer’s position. —No business employers. —Competition. —The tekton and paintings in wooden. —The chalkeus (metal). —The skytotomos (leather). —The kerameus (pottery) VI: PIRACY AND exchange 1. PIRACY. —Insufficience of the house marketplace. —Acquisition through piracy. —Foreign pirates in Greece. —The Phœnicians. —The Lemnians and Cretans. —The earliest Greek navigation. —Greek pirates 2. exchange. —Moral stipulations of exchange: hospitality. —Technical stipulations: a approach of weights and measures. —The ox as unit of price. —Metal devices of alternate. —Trade by way of land. —Progress of exchange through sea. —Scheria of the Phæacians. —Relations of Greece with Thrace, Egypt, the West, and the North half THE ARCHAIC interval I: fiscal TRANSFORMATION. LAND AND funds. starting to be depth of financial existence. —Persistence of average and family members economic climate. —Progress of agriculture: reclamation and tree-growing. —Commercial and concrete financial system. —Weights and measures. —Beginnings of cash. —Spread of cash economic system. —Expansion of alternate: chrematistike. —Transformation of ethical principles. —Social and political improvement II: SOCIAL TRANSFORMATION. THE periods. 1. the higher periods. —The Eupatrids. —Their strength at the land and armed forces energy. —The nice commoners. —Fusion of the well-born and the wealthy: aristocracy and plutocracy. —Luxury 2. THE decrease sessions. —The heart type. —The reduce classification. —Impoverishment of the peasants. —Protests and conflicts. —Reforms in Attica three. SERFDOM AND SLAVERY. —Origins of serfdom. —Countries of serfs. —Development of slavery. —Industrial slavery. —Economic results of slavery III: the industrial AND SOCIAL lifetime of SPARTA. designated nature of the Spartan approach. —Its origins. —Its conservative and warlike personality. —Land method: civic land and Perioikis. —The “Equals. ”—Syssitiai. —The Helots. —Their financial situation. —Their felony place. —The Perioeci. —Their monopoly of and exchange. —Sparta powerless to take care of an inhuman structure IV: COLONIZATION. explanations of colonization. —Agricultural colonization. —Commercial colonization. —Spontaneous colonization and arranged colonization. —Colonists and natives. —Colonists and mom urban. —Colonies in Thrace and at the Euxine. —Factories in Egypt and at Cyrene. —Colonies in nice Greece and Sicily. —Massalia. —Economic results of colonization V: alternate. The Mediterranean marketplace. —Security of the agora and behavior of festivals. —Trade through land. —Progress of navigation. —Money and writing. —Division of labour in marine exchange. —Trade with Lydia, Egypt, and Cyrenaica. —The Milesians at the Euxine. —Corinth and exchange within the West. —Sybaris. —Cumæ. —The Phocæans at the Adriatic and at Massalia. —Commercial prosperity of Greece. —Social and political results VI: undefined. past due improvement of undefined. —Raw fabrics. —Technical schooling. —Inventions. —Industrial specialization. —The workshop of medium undefined. —The cloth undefined. —Metal-working. —Pottery of Ionia, Corinth, and Athens. —Competition among craftsmen and among towns half 3 THE ATHENIAN interval I: DEMOCRACY AND estate.

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