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XIV, 229-231. , XI, 402--403. Cf. Henry A. Ormerod, Piracy in the Ancient World (Liverpool, University Press, 1924). This work, even in e. ntiquit6 (Paris, 1880), is of extreme interest from an economic point of view, because it investigates the question of the distribution of the booty between those who took part in a piratical undertaking (pp. 49 sq. and 89-90). nd, Hamburg, 1929; cf. e. review by A. mburg, 1929, pp. 118-122. • Thucydides (I, 7) judges that piracy WW! ted far away from the sea.
V, 1900, p. ; Vol. VI, p. ; Vol. VII, p. 3G3 sq. Of the Italian historians, Niccolini, Solari, and Pareti are the ones who have most syste matically devoted themselves to the s tu dy of Sparta; see the former's Elementi del periodo epico nclla constituzionc di Sparta (Ri v is t a di storia antica, IX, 1904, p. ). • Up to 1894, when the Duke of Cambridge was retired, the Commander-in-chief of the British Army was as a rulr a member of the royal family.
40 J unreliable information which has been preserved in the works of the great his torians and philosophers of antiquity. B. Particular Ground. - So much for the general ground for our lack of in fonnation about Sparta; to come now to details, the financial administration of Sparta has been neglected as affording little that was of interest because of its extreme simplicity and primitiveness. Those that take this view, however, forget, in the first place, that Spartan public finance, reflecting the timocratic spirit and the military character of the Dorian conquerors, forms an interesting stage between the public finauce of the Homeric period and that of the free Greek cities; 1 and in the second place that if, from its investigation, we do not derive such valuable lessons for the public finance of the 20th century as we obtain from the study of Athenian finance, none the less the present investigation affords a more than purely historical interest, revealing, as it does, in addition to other facts, the vulnerable point in that wonderful defensive armor with which the patriotism of Sparta's children pro vided her.