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On The Structure of Greek Tribal Society: An Essay   By: (1867-1946)

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In "On The Structure of Greek Tribal Society: An Essay," Hugh E. Seebohm delivers a captivating and comprehensive exploration of the intricate social fabric that defined ancient Greek tribes. Filled with remarkable research and insightful analysis, this book provides a valuable resource for scholars, historians, and enthusiasts eager to deepen their understanding of Greek society.

Seebohm's writing style strikes a fine balance between academic rigor and accessibility. He skilfully weaves together primary sources, archaeological evidence, and anthropological theories to provide a well-rounded examination of Greek tribal society. His meticulous attention to detail ensures that readers are presented with a comprehensive overview, leaving no stone unturned.

One of the book's greatest strengths lies in Seebohm's ability to present complex ideas in a clear and concise manner. Whether discussing the origins of Greek tribes or delving into the intricate kinship structures and political systems that governed them, the author's explanations are both engaging and easy to follow. Additionally, he skillfully incorporates comparative evidence from other ancient societies, enriching the reader's understanding of Greek tribal structure within a broader context.

Furthermore, Seebohm's extensive use of illustrations, maps, and charts greatly enhances the accessibility of his work. These visual aids not only assist in visualizing the intricate social dynamics of Greek tribes but also aid in comprehension and retention of information. This added dimension ensures that readers from various backgrounds can engage with the content more easily.

However, it is worth noting that some readers may find the book's depth of detail overwhelming. While this level of thoroughness is necessary for academic scholarship, those seeking a lighter introduction to the topic may find themselves occasionally lost in the intricate web of names, relationships, and territorial divisions. Nevertheless, the overall coherence and organization of the book ensure that even less experienced readers can follow along with the central arguments.

In conclusion, "On The Structure of Greek Tribal Society: An Essay" is an invaluable addition to the field of ancient Greek studies. Hugh E. Seebohm's extensive research, concise writing style, and thoughtful presentation make this book an essential resource for anyone interested in delving deeper into the complexities of Greek tribal society. Whether scholars or enthusiasts, readers are bound to find themselves captivated by the author's deep understanding and passionate exploration of this fascinating topic.

First Page:

ON THE STRUCTURE

OF

GREEK TRIBAL SOCIETY

AN ESSAY

by

Hugh E. Seebohm

London

MacMillan And Co.

And New York

1895.

CONTENTS

Preface Chapter I. Introductory. Chapter II. The Meaning Of The Bond Of Kinship. § 1. The Duty Of Maintenance Of Parents During Life, And After Death At Their Tomb. § 2. The Duty Of Providing Male Succession. § 3. The Position Of The Widow Without Child And The Duties Of An Only Daughter. § 4. Succession Through A Married Daughter: Growth Of Adoption: Introduction Of New Member To Kinsmen. § 5. The Liability For Bloodshed. Chapter III. The Extent Of The Bond Of Kinship. § 1. Degrees Of Blood Relationship; The {~GREEK CAPITAL LETTER ALPHA WITH PSILI~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER GAMMA~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER CHI~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER SIGMA~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER TAU~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER EPSILON~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER IOTA WITH OXIA~}{~GREEK SMALL LETTER ALPHA~}. § 2. Limitations In Respect Of Succession Outside The Direct Line Of Descent... Continue reading book >>




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