Objects & Places from The Politics of Aristotle

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Object Descriptions

Macedon - This is a location in Southern Europe. It has often been a kingdom. It still exists today as a geographic entity of the same name, but the nation's politics have changed.

The Academy - This was located in Athens, Greece when it was one of a group of free city-states and was founded in the 4th century B.C.

Delphic Knife - This is an item referred to by Aristotle in the first sections of the first book of the politics.

Athens - This place is one of the most famous of the Grecian cities and is known for being the birth-place of Western thought.

Miletus - This place is a city near to the Mediterranean between the Grecian and Italian peninsulas.

Syracuse - This place is a city on one of the multiple islands off the Southern coast of what is now known as...

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