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Economics of Athenian Drama: Its Relevance for the Arts in a Small City Today

Economics of Athenian Drama: Its Relevance for the Arts in a Small City Today Abstract I. The Greek audience, 366. — II. Financing the Greek festival, 370. — III. The magnitude of the financial burden, 373. — IV. Concluding comment: Relevance for contemporary urban planning, 375. * I must express my gratitude to the Ford Foundation, whose support of our urban project helped in the completion of this study. I must also thank for their help F. R. B. Godolphin of the Princeton Department of Classics, Lawrence Stone and Henry N. Drewry of the Department of History, as well as K. J. Arrow, my colleague Daniel S. Hamermesh, and my research assistant, Mrs. Sibyl Silverman. My very deepest gratitude must go to my friend and colleague Hourmouzis Georgiadis, for his enormous help in my attempts to arrive at a reasonable translation of the ancient currency. This content is only available as a PDF. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png The Quarterly Journal of Economics Oxford University Press

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Publisher
Oxford University Press
ISSN
0033-5533
eISSN
1531-4650
DOI
10.2307/1885927
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Abstract

Abstract I. The Greek audience, 366. — II. Financing the Greek festival, 370. — III. The magnitude of the financial burden, 373. — IV. Concluding comment: Relevance for contemporary urban planning, 375. * I must express my gratitude to the Ford Foundation, whose support of our urban project helped in the completion of this study. I must also thank for their help F. R. B. Godolphin of the Princeton Department of Classics, Lawrence Stone and Henry N. Drewry of the Department of History, as well as K. J. Arrow, my colleague Daniel S. Hamermesh, and my research assistant, Mrs. Sibyl Silverman. My very deepest gratitude must go to my friend and colleague Hourmouzis Georgiadis, for his enormous help in my attempts to arrive at a reasonable translation of the ancient currency. This content is only available as a PDF.

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The Quarterly Journal of EconomicsOxford University Press

Published: Aug 1, 1971

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