Published June 1990
by Main Line Book Co .
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||32|
You Wouldn't Want to Be a Slave in Ancient Greece! (Revised Edition) (You Wouldn't Want to: Ancient Civilization) Paperback – Illustrated, September 1, by Fiona Macdonald (Author), David Antram (Illustrator) out of 5 stars 15 ratings. See all formats and by: 1. This book uses a member of the Scythian tribe as an example of the slavery experience in ancient Greece. It helps to illustrate the lives of slaves using this one example, thus making it easier for students to relate to the slave existence. Also, the illustrations really help sell the story. Though using a school/5. Slavery In Ancient Greece book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. Before the author gets to talking about slavery in ancient Greece, a subject that is at least potentially interesting to a great many people, /5. Slavery in ancient Greece User Review - Not Available - Book Verdict In this useful survey of Greek slavery, published for the first time in English, history professor Garlan has written a.
Table of Contents The ancient Greek statesman is a familiar figure in the Western political tradition. Less well known is the administrator who ran the state but who was himself a slave. Slaves in ancient Greece played various roles. They performed all the tasks that were degrading to the Greeks. They did all the domestic chores, acted as travel companions, and even delivered messages. Agricultural slaves worked on farms, and industrial slaves worked in . An exciting study of ancient slavery in Greece and Rome This book provides an introduction to pivotal issues in the study of classical (Greek and Roman) slavery. The span of topics is broadranging from everyday resistance to slavery to philosophical justifications of slavery, and from the process of enslavement to the decline of slavery after the fall of the Western Roman Empire. Slave ownership in ancient Greece was widespread even in the poorest communities. Athens is believed to have had the largest population of slaves. It is believed that in B.C., there were , people enslaved in Athens. Most slaves were obtained by .
An exciting study of ancient slavery in Greece and Rome This book provides an introduction to pivotal issues in the study of classical (Greek and Roman) slavery. Slavery in Ancient Greece and Rome (Watts Library: History of Slavery) Paperback – March 1, by. Jacqueline Dembar Greene (Author) › Visit Amazon's Jacqueline Dembar Greene Page. Find all the books, read about the author, and s: 2. The book examines slaves’ lives, legal and economic place, social status, and future prospects in the Greek and Roman societies. The author draws attention to the differences in forms and slavery conditions among the diverse political and social systems of the Greek states, and between the latter and Rome. Hunt, Peter. You Wouldn’t Want to Be a Slave in Ancient Greece! Teachers’ Information Sheet by Nicky Milsted The book is set in the 5th century BC and follows the story of a young woman from a Scythian tribe (from the area north of the Black Sea in modern-day southern Russia). The woman is part of a Scythian family captured by Greek slave traders.