Ancient Greek clubs
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Ancient Greek clubs (, ''hetaireiai'') were associations of ancient Greeks who were united by a common interest or goal.
The earliest reference of clubs in ancient Greece appears in the law of Solon, which is quoted in the ''Digest'' of Justinian I (47.22). This law guaranteed the administrative independence of such associations if they kept within the bounds of the law.
The ''Digest'' mentions these associations for religious practices, burial, trade, privateering, and communal meals. It also mentions demes, citizen groups based on subdivisions of land, and phratries, kinship groups. Other than this law, information about the clubs have been found primarily on inscriptions, including those related to burial practices and common meals.
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