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August Boeckh's work, first published in 1817, is still regarded as one of the most thorough treatments of the economic structures of Athenian society. Boeckh makes exhaustive use of the epigraphical and literary sources he has at his disposal and covers a wide range of topics. In Volume 1 he addresses the main areas of the Athenian economic infrastructure, beginning with an account of silver and gold as the general currency. He writes about the income needed by the individual citizen in order to sustain a reasonable living standard, the clothes available to him, and his diet. He investigates the cost of the cult of the gods, and the funds spent on maintaining Athens as a military power. He also explains tax brackets, and gives examples of different categories of fines, as well as examining Xenophon's plan to improve general prosperity. This reissue is of the 1886 edition.
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- Date Published: July 2010
- format: Paperback
- isbn: 9781108015745
- length: 744 pages
- dimensions: 216 x 140 x 38 mm
- weight: 0.84kg
- contains: 1 b/w illus.
- availability: Available
Table of Contents
Vorwort des herausgebers
Vorerinnerungen zur ersten ausgabe
Vorerinnerungen zur zweiten ausgabe
Erstes Buch: Vom Preise, Lohne und Zins in Attika
Zweites Buch: Von der Finanzverwaltung und den Ausgaben
Drittes Buch: Von den ordentlichen Einkünsten des Athenischen Staates
Viertes Buch: von den ausserordentlichen Einkünsten des Athenischen Staates und den besondern Finanzmassregeln der Hellenen.
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