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A Companion to Greek Democracy and the Roman Republic offers a comparative approach to examining ancient Greek and Roman participatory communities.Explores various aspects of participatory communities through pairs of chapters—one Greek, one Roman—to highlight comparisons between culturesExamines the types of relationships that sustained participatory communities, the challenges they faced, and how they respondedSheds new light on participatory contexts using diverse methodological approaches Brings an international array of scholars into dialogue with each other
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Dean Hamer (/ˈheɪmər/; born 1951) is an American geneticist, author, and filmmaker. He is known for his research on the role of genetics in sexual orientation and human behavior, contributions to biotechnology and HIV/AIDS prevention, and popular books and documentaries on a wide range of topics.
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