The continued vitality of the Greek city (polis) in the
centuries after the Peloponnesian War has now been richly
demonstrated by historians. But how does that vitality relate to
the prominence in the same period of both civic unrest, or
stasis, and utopian political thinking? In order to
address this question, this volume uses exile and exiles as a lens
for investigating the later Classical and Hellenistic
polis and the political ideas which shaped... more...