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GENERAL INDEX.

Dynasty 85

Economic forces and constitutional

change 15

Equality, democratic idea of 9 5 ff. Exposure as a means of limiting

population 30 5

Faction! 15 9

Fines in oligarchies 41 19

Five Thousand, The, 38 20; C 88 ff.

Four Hundred, The, 45; 35 IS;

3819; 414,11,22; 423,8; 4315;

445; 48 12; C

Government, elements and functions of, 39 l, 2, s

Helots 50 i ff.

Herodotus, on constitutions 1 7, 8

Heroic monarchy 22

Hoplites ruling class in polity 6 6; a minority of state 5 9; consti­tution of 37, 4; C 5

Industry a disqualification for

citizenship 12 3 Intensification of constitutions 27

i, 2, 3; 29 7 Ion A 10 Isyllus 27 13

Judicial affairs, in oligarchies 48

Kant quoted 2 30

King, powers of in Homeric con­stitution 222,9; decline of power 23

Kingship, a form of aristocracy 3 4; a life magistracy 3 6

Knights, constitution of the 37 l

Land, a qualification in an aris­tocracy 30 1

Lawgivers 20; C 9

Legendary history of Attica A

Legislation, rare in Greek consti­tutions 48

Lot, in democracy 9 13, 14 ; in oli­garchies 41 6, 7

W.

Macedon indifferent to constitu­tions 27 U

Magistrates, in oligarchies and de­mocracies 40 l, 4, 7; election of in oligarchies 41 l ff.; tenure and responsibility of 42; 48

Military changes affecting constitu­tion 15

Military organisation in aristo­cracies of conquest 32 8

Military service a condition of citizenship 11 3

Mixed constitutions 2 40 ff.

Money, invention of, cause of oli­garchy 25 13

Montesquieu on Aristotle's classi­fication 2 32 ; on equality 8 6

Moral terms applied in a political sense 1 3, 4, 5; 6 18; 10 2; 25

Napoleon III quoted 2 31 Nobles in Homeric constitution 22 2, 5, 6, 7

Oligarchy in a general sense 3; in a special sense 4; basis of 8; character of 10; 51;. material claims of 11; moral claims of 12; transition to, from aristo­cracy 25; varieties of 28; Aris­totle's divisions of 29; of wealth 36; of the Knights and Hoplites 37; of fixed number 38; as­sembly in 39 9

Peloppnnesian Confederacy, consti­tutions in 18 6

Persian dominion, influence of, on constitutions 27 8

Philosophers, influence of, on con­stitutions 20 7 ff.; attitude of, to ordinary constitutions 27 3

Pindar on constitutions 1 2

Plato, his views of politics 2 8; the Republic 29; the Laws 2 14; the Politicus 2 20

Polity 5

Population, questions of, involved in aristocracies 30 I

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