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The traditional Greco-Roman global was once a global of citie, in a particular feel of groups during which geographical region used to be ruled by means of city centre.This quantity of papers written by way of influential archaeologists and historians seeks to collect the 2 disciplines in exploring the city-country dating.

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Even the famous seventh-century ‘Potters’ Quarter’ has been shown to have been a normal domestic area, not an industrial complex (Williams 1982). The Mazzola area of Pithecusae is often taken as evidence for an ‘ironworking quarter’ of about 700 BC, but one of the structures was definitely domestic, and ironworking slag was also found in the main settlement area (Buchner 1970/1, 64–7). 430–8) Nestor summons a goldsmith to his home to gild a cow’s horns, and most early craft activity may have been on such an ad hoc basis.

The descriptions are vague, but neither sounds like a carefully planned urban centre. 700 (Demargne and Van Effenterre 1937, 10–15), and Megara Hyblaea from c. 650 at the latest (Vallet and Villard 1976). Snodgrass suggested that the agora was a late development at Athens and Corinth (1980, 154–8), but subsequently offered arguments for a date around 700 at Athens (1983). There may have been a seventh-century agora east of the acropolis (Dontas 1983; Robertson 1986). The monumental agora was generally a latesixth-century phenomenon (see Hoepfner and Schwandner 1986).

In this survey of fortification, town planning, territorial settlement and demography, we have covered not only topics grouped by Ehrenberg under ‘Land and Sea’, but also some of those of his ‘Tribe and Town’, or at least of its second element. But can archaeology contribute anything to the question of tribalism, and of the pre-polis organisation of Greece? I think that today caution should be the watchword: since the publication of Denis Roussel’s Tribu et cité,1 it is difficult to sustain Ehrenberg’s unquestioning faith in a ‘tribal order’ prevailing everywhere in the stage immediately before stateformation.

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