They were geological experts sent to investigate the old question of the alleged supply of gold from the rocks round here, upon which (as it was said) the small city-state
had so long maintained its credit and been able to negotiate with its neighbours even under the ceaseless bombardment of bigger armies.
Federations, like the Boeotian one, and many more during the 7th century are acknowledged as federations, by historians, but what was new in the 4th century federations was their democratic basis, both at the city-state
and federal level, as well as their elaborate political and economic structure.
It will provide an understanding of the mechanisms and causes of urbanisation and state formation in central Italy, as well as the construction of identities from the individual city-state
, right up to regional (ethnic) and inter-regional levels.
in Europe, 1000-1600: Hinterland, Territory, Region.
com)-- Sites of the World's Cultures: Venice - The Insatiable City-state
Debuts on DVD July 31
US aircraft carriers regularly visit the Southeast Asian city-state
By offering support to the Seasteading Institute, Thiel has jump-started efforts to create city-state
communities afloat on ocean platforms, reports the Discovery News.
of Michigan) that reconstructs the general social history of the independent city-states
of the Levantine coast under the Persian empire at the levels of the individual household, the city-state
, and the administrative unit of the Persian empire.
Hamburg is run as a city-state
, with its own senior mayor and cabinet that decides the funding priorities for the area.
Hamburg is run as a City-State
,with its own SeniorMayor and cabinet that decides the funding priorities for the area.
Greif argues that these Genoese legal innovations made the rising city-state
integral to commerce.
To explore its potential effects in people, medical researchers in Singapore analyzed a database of some 1,000 elderly, mentally sound adults living in that ethnically diverse city-state
in Southeast Asia.