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THE OLIGARCHICAL CONSTITUTION
BEFORE DRACO’S TIME
DRACO’S LAWS
CIVIL DISSENSIONS; SOLON
SOLON; CHARGE AGAINST HIM
HIS CONSTITUTION
SOLON’S CONSTITUTION
HOW SOLON GAVE POWER TO THE PEOPLE
REFORMS THE CURRENCY, WEIGHTS AND MEASURES
GOES ABROAD
THE TESTIMONY OF HIS OWN POEMS
PARTY DIVISIONS IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING
PEISISTRATUS MAKES HIMSELF TYRANT; HIS EXILE AND RETURN
HOW HE DISARMED THE PEOPLE
HIS GOVERNMENT MODERATE AND POPULAR
HARMODIUS AND ARISTOGEITON
EXPULSION OF THE PEISISTRATIDÆ
ISAGORAS AND KLEISTHENES
THE CONSTITUTION OF KLEISTHENES
THE TIMES IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING; OSTRACISM; BUILDING OF A HUNDRED TRIREMES
RECOVERY OF POWER BY THE AREOPAGUS; THEMISTOKLES AND ARISTIDES
ATHENS LAYS CLAIMS TO THE LEADERSHIP OF GREECE
OVERTHROW OF THE AREOPAGUS BY EPHIALTES AND THEMISTOKLES
GROWTH OF THE DEMOCRACY; KIMON
PERIKLES
THE FOUR HUNDRED; THE PROPOSALS OF PYTHODORUS
THE CONSTITUTION AS PROPOSED FOR THE FUTURE
THE CONSTITUTION AS PROPOSED FOR THE IMMEDIATE PRESENT
THE GOVERNMENT OF THE FOUR HUNDRED
IT LASTED FOUR MONTHS, AND WAS GOOD
ARGINUSÆ ÆGOSPOTAMI LYSANDER AND ESTABLISHMENT OF THE OLIGARCHY
THE THIRTY AND THEIR GOVERNMENT
PROTESTS OF THERAMENES
THERAMENES PUT TO DEATH, AND THE LACEDÆMONANS CALL ED IN
END OF THE THIRTY, AND RECONCILIATION OF PARTIES
TERMS OF THE RECONCILIATION
ITS CONCLUSION; ACTION OF ARCHINUS
RECAPITULATION OF THE PRECEDING CHANGES; THE SOVEREIGN POWER OF THE PEOPLE
ADMISSION TO CITIZENSHIP; TRAINING OF THE EPHEBI
ELECTION TO OFFICES, BY LOT OR VOTE
THE COUNCIL CONTINUED
DEPRIVED OF THE POWER OF PUTTING TO DEATH
THE TREASURERS OF ATHENA; THE GOVERNMENT-SELLERS
THE RECEIVERS; AUDITORS
THE COUNCIL HOLDS A MUSTER OF THE KNIGHTS, ETC
SURVEYORS OF TEMPLES; CITY MAGISTRATES
CLERKS OF THE MARKET; INSPECTORS OF WEIGHTS AND MEASURES, ETC
THE ELEVEN; SUITS DECIDED WITHIN A MONTH
JUDICIAL OFFICERS; ARBITRATORS
SURVEYORS OF ROADS; AUDITORS; SECRETARIES
THE ARCHONS; HOW THEY ARE APPOINTED
THE ARCHON (EPONYMUS); HIS DUTIES
THE KING ARCHON; HIS DUTIES
THE COMMANDER-IN-CHIEF, POLEMARCH
THE THESMOTHETÆ; THEIR FUNCTIONS
ELECTION BY VOTE TO ALL OFFICES OF WAR DEPARTMENT
PAY ATTACHED TO OFFICES
APPOINTMENT OF JURORS
ENDNOTES
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