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Author Name    Cohen, Edward E


Binding   Hardcover

Book Condition   Fine in Very Good dust jacket

Edition   First Edition

Publisher    Princeton University Press 1973

ISBN Number    0691092273 / 9780691092270

Seller ID   8756

DJ has light edgewear to extremities. Minor shelfwear to DJ. ; 233 pages; Athens was the dominant maritime power in the West from the eighth to fourth centuries BCE. Athenian preeminence insured that its maritime law was accepted throughout the Mediterranean world. Indeed, its influence outlasted Athens and is the only area of classical Greek law that wasn't replaced entirely by Roman models. Codified during the Roman period in the Rhodian Sea laws, it went on to influence the subsequent development of European commercial and maritime law. Cohen explores the development of Athenian maritime law, the jurisdiction and procedure of the courts and the Athenian principles that have endured to the present day.

Maritime Legal And Law Athens & Athenians Greek History Classical Greek & Roman

Price = 105.00 USD

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