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He concludes that "one aspect of Greek history, in short, is the advance hand in hand, of freedom and slavery." An abundant literature of manuals for landowners (such as the Economy of Xenophon or that of Pseudo-Aristotle) confirms the presence of dozens of slaves on the larger estates; they could be common labourers or foremen.The extent to which slaves were used as a labour force in farming is disputed.The tablets indicate that unions between slaves and freemen were common and that slaves could work and own land.It appears that the major division in Mycenaean civilization was not between a free individual and a slave but rather if the individual was in the palace or not.

The terminology differs: the slave is no longer do-e-ro (doulos) but dmōs.This paradigm was notably questioned in Socratic dialogues; the Stoics produced the first recorded condemnation of slavery.Most activities were open to slaves except politics, which was reserved for citizens.Xenophon indicates that they received one obolus per slave per day, amounting to 60 drachmas per year.This was one of the most prized investments for Athenians.