"He will win more competitions" : talent promotion in ancient Greece / by Christian Mann

Mann, Christian

It has long been established that the victors in the ancient Games were seldom amateurs. The Greek cities granted them privileges, but also played a role in fostering talents. Until now this aspect has not been examined. Professor Christian Mann reveals the motivation and financial backing for this practice.

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