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Ostraca: A Piece of Clay Means Exile
Making History

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Ostraca: A Piece of Clay Means ExileMaking History

Ostracism is still commonly used in our contemporary political vocabulary to designate exclusion and has its origins in Ancient Greece. Paulin Ismard, a specialist in the political anthropology of ancient Greece, traces the genealogy of a ritual that founded Athenian democracy.

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18 min

Available :

From 27/07/2021 to 14/11/2024

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Documentaries and Reportage

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