By George Grote
This abridgement of the vintage twelve quantity paintings, which used to be made within the early years of the century and released by way of George Routledge and Sons, is now to be had back and makes obtainable the fundamental Grote.
This new version additionally comprises an unique creation according to the newest study which areas Grote's background in its highbrow context, discusses its salient gains and strains its next reception over the last century and a part.
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9 H I S T O RY O F G R E E C E τριττ , as organized by Kleisthenês,50 we may infer that its prototype was likewise a military unit, composing one-third of the tribal levy. The forty eight ναυκραρ αι are naturally conceived of as subdivisions of the τριττ . Their military character is proved by the fact that each of these units had to supply one ship for the ﬂeet, a number of horsemen,51 and presumably a quota of foot-soldiers for the army. ), and no doubt served as captains of their ships. Whatever need Attica may have had of a land-militia, there can be little doubt that in the earliest period following the Dorian invasion the ﬂeet was often in requisition.
And the absorption of Greece by the Romans is of no interest in itself, and is only so far of value as it helps us to understand the preceding centuries. . ’ Whatever be the justice of these statements, it is perfectly clear that Grote himself was in no way attracted by the study of the Macedonian Empire and the diffusion of what we may perhaps, with due deference to Dr. Mahaffy, still distinguish as Hellenism. As we read the chapters dealing with the rise of the Macedonian Empire, we feel that the writer’s heart was not in his work.
Such isolated fragments of legend as have come down to us2 often bear the marks of baseless fabrication, and contradictions between the different versions abound. Yet there is one salient feature which runs through the great mass of Attic legends – the idea that the nation was the offspring of the Attic soil, and this same conviction was a standing article of belief among the Athenians of historic times. 5 The Acropolis of Athens has, indeed, traces of a Mykenæan palace, but is, in other respects, hardly superior to many others.
A History of Greece: From the Time of Solon to 403 BC by George Grote