Archonship and reforms of Solon in Athens (33 words)

Historical Context Note

Context

Solon's reforms entailed (notably) a cancellation of all debts (seisachtheia), the granting of citizenship to many stranger residents and the distribution of political rights according to a four-part class division based on property.

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