Women's Life In Greece And Rome
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Women's Life In Greece And Rome

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This highly acclaimed collection provides a unique look into the public and private lives and legal status of Greek and Roman women of all social classes-from wet nurses, prostitutes, and gladiatrixes to poets, musicians, intellectuals, priestesses, and housewives. The third edition adds new texts to sections throughout the book, vividly describing women's sentiments and c

Published (first published August 1st 1982)
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Sam Grace
You wanna understand women in ancient Greece? Buy this book and Sue Blundell's Women in Ancient Greece.
Jan 11, 2009 Valerie rated it 4 of 5 stars  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Valerie by: UCSC
This excellent collection of primary source material from women was eye opening about life and social customs in Greece and Rome.
Danielle Altrogge
Good resource. Has lots of treasures and gems with lots of dry stuff too.
Great primary sources regarding women in Classical Antiquity
Tara Calaby
Excellent sourcebook.
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