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Edmond Lévy

Edmond Lévy (born 1934) is a French ancient historian.


Originally a pupil of École normale supérieure (promotion 1956), an aggregate of letters, he was a pupil of École française d'Athènes, a school where the French language is educated to students mainly from France in Athens, Greece. He is a specialist in Greek history, he is a retired professor at Marc-Bloch University in Strasbourg, France. He directs the Ktèma review.


  • Athènes devant la défaite de 404. Histoire d'une crise idéologique, De Boccard, 1976
  • La femme dans les sociétés antiques, University of Strasbourg, 1983
  • Le système palatial en Orient, en Grèce et à Rome, De Boccard, 1987
  • La Grèce au Ve siècle, de Clisthène à Socrate, Seuil, 1995
  • La codification des lois dans l'Antiquité, De Boccard, 2000
  • Sparte. Histoire politique et sociale jusqu'à la conquête romaine, Seuil, 2003

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