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Fur6 For a more elaborate version of this deﬁnition, see 30 infra. 7 For the Mycenaean origin of the Greek polis, see Dr•ogem•uller (1970) 487– 92; Thomas (1981) 32–35 (but see next note) and van E·enterre (1985) 27–28 et passim. g. Snodgrass (1980) 28–32 and his review of van E·enterre (1985) in Snodgrass (1986) 263–65. Thomas and Conant (1999) xxvi–xxvii. As regards political structure, Thomas is now inclined to emphasise the di·erences between the Mycenaean state and the polis of the Archaic and Classical periods.
Mykalessos may well have been a polis in the eyes of the Greeks, although it is not a city-state in the eyes of a modern historian. In order to avoid paradoxical statements of the type that a certain settlement though called a polis was not a polis, we suggest that the two terms polis and “city-state” should be kept apart and not used indiscriminately. The term polis should be restricted to the Greeks’ own understanding of what a polis was, whereas the term “city-state” should be used only when we discuss modern historical analyses of ancient Greek society.
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