Reciprocity in Ancient Greece

Reciprocity in Ancient Greece In this collection of new essays an international group of experts explores in connection with Greek culture an idea that has proven very fruitful in anthropology that of reciprocity as a practice

  • Title: Reciprocity in Ancient Greece
  • Author: Christopher Gill Norman Postlethwaite Richard Seaford
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  • Page: 238
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • In this collection of new essays, an international group of experts explores, in connection with Greek culture, an idea that has proven very fruitful in anthropology that of reciprocity as a practice and idea It provides the most comprehensive examination so far of reciprocity in Greek economic, social, and intellectual life, discussing its relevance to epic and drama, hIn this collection of new essays, an international group of experts explores, in connection with Greek culture, an idea that has proven very fruitful in anthropology that of reciprocity as a practice and idea It provides the most comprehensive examination so far of reciprocity in Greek economic, social, and intellectual life, discussing its relevance to epic and drama, historical writing, oratory, religion, and ethical philosophy.

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