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Evidence in Athenian courts
Robert Johnson Bonner
|Other titles||Public arbitration in Athenian law.|
|Statement||Robert J. Bonner, and Public arbitration in Athenian law / Hansen Carmine Harrell.|
|Series||Morals and law in ancient Greece, University of Missouri studies (1926) ;, v. 11, no. 1.|
|Contributions||Harrell, Hansen Carmine, 1907-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||98, iv, 42 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||98|
|LC Control Number||78014610|
OAI identifier: oai:persee:article/rea___num_9_3__t1___3 The Athenian court system was comprised of a series of courts. A few of the courts that we are aware of that existed in ancient Athens are: 1) the Middle Court 2) the Greater Court 3) the Red Court 4) the Green Court 5) the Areopagus 6) the Palladion 7) the Delphinion 8) the Prythaneion
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From the Washington University Senior Honors Thesis Abstracts (WUSHTA), Volume 4, Spring Published by the Office of Undergraduate Research. Joy Zalis Kiefer, Director of Undergraduate Research / Assistant Dean in the College of Arts & Sciences; E. Holly Tasker, Editor; Kristin Sobotka, Undergraduate Research Coordinator. Mentor: William › Home › OUR › WUSHTA › WUSHTA_SPR › The large corpus of extant speeches from the Athenian law-courts of the 4th century BC provide us with our best set of evidence for the social, economic and even political life of ancient Greece. Students will read speeches by orators such as Lysias, Isokrates, Isaios, Demosthenes and Aischines, and explore in detail what we can learn from the individual cases being argued about Athenian
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Bonner. Hansen Carmine Harrell （Morals and law in ancient Greece） Arno Press, Bonner, Robert Johnson. Evidence in Athenian Courts. Chicago: Originally published: University of Chicago Press, 98 pp.
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/robert-johnson-bonner/evidence-in-athenian-courts. This approach to the Athenian legal system has been challenged by scholars who contend that the Athenian courts attempted to implement a rule of law. Recommend this book Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's :// Book Description.
Forensic Narratives in Athenian Courts breaks new ground by exploring different aspects of forensic storytelling in Athenian legal speeches and the ways in which forensic narratives reflect normative concerns and legal issues.
The chapters, written by distinguished experts in Athenian oratory and society, explore the importance of narratives for the arguments of relatively An illustration of an open book. Books. An illustration of two cells of a film strip. Video. An illustration of an audio speaker. Audio. An illustration of a " floppy disk.
Software. An illustration of two photographs. Full text of "Evidence in Athenian Courts" 1. The Archaic Origins of Character Evidence: From Homer to Classical Athens. Incentives for Wide Use of Character Evidence in the Athenian Legal System.
Greek Ideas of ‘Character’ 4. Methods of Providing Evidence from Character in Athenian Courts. Greek Perceptions of ‘Personality’ Applied in the Athenian Courts. :// Book contribution title: The Purpose of Evidence in Athenian Courts. Author(s) list: Todd, S C. Book title: Nomos: Essays in Athenian Law, Politics and Society.
Publication date: Place of publication: Cambridge. Publisher: Cambridge University Press. Contribution editor(s) list::3b 1. The Archaic Origins of Character Evidence: From Homer to Classical Athens 2.
Incentives for Wide Use of Character Evidence in the Athenian Legal System 3. Greek Ideas of 'Character' 4.
Methods of Providing Evidence from Character in Athenian Courts 5. Greek Perceptions of 'Personality' Applied in the Athenian Courts ://.
Forensic narratives in Athenian courts. As evidence that Kremmydas’ work on identifying deceptive narratives is fruitful, The book nonetheless contributes substantially to Athenian forensic narrative studies and offers a wide range of exciting approaches that should inspire more scholars to explore this ://Get this from a library!
Character evidence in the courts of classical Athens: rhetoric, relevance and the rule of law. [Vasileios Adamidis] -- There has been much debate in scholarship over the factors determining the outcome of legal hearings in Athens and specifically the extent to which judicial panels were influenced by non-legal 5 See R.
J. Bonner, Evidence in Athenian courts (Chicago, ), 46f. 6 The Souda (quoted above p. 1) does not note the choice, but mentions only the claim of ignorant. I find no evidence to support the suggestion of MacDowell, The law in classical Athensthat a witness could assert that the facts were not as ://+witness's.