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Greek & Roman Sex & Gender

Updated: Jan 26, 2023


 

Ancient Greek Prostitutes and the Textile Industry in Attic Vase-Painting ca. 550–450 B.C.E.

 

Between Courtesan and Wife: Menander's "Perikeiromene" Konstan, David

 

Beyond Courtesans and Whores: Sex and Labor in the Greco-Roman World Project Muse Glazebrook, Allison

 

Contraception and Abortion in the Greco-Roman World Prioreschi, Plinio

 

Courtesans & Fishcakes: The Consuming Passions of Classical Athens Davidson, James N.

(book)

 

“Courtesans” and “Whores”: Words and Behavior in Roman Streets Cohen, Elizabeth S.

 

Elite Citizen Women and the Origins of the Hetaira in Classical Athens

Project Muse Kennedy, Rebecca Futo

 

Envy, Poison, & Death: Women on Trial in Classical Athens Eldinow, Esther

Book

 

Female Property Ownership and Status in Classical and Hellenistic Sparta

 

In the favour of Aphrodite: Sulla, Demetrius, Poliorcetes, and the Symbolic Value of the Hetaira

Academia.edu Muller, Sabine

 

Laws Affecting Prostitution at Athens Cohen, Edward E

pdf

 

Lotores: Roman Bath-Attendants Brunn, Christopher

 

Lycoris Galli/Volumnia Cytheris: a Greek Courtesan in Rome Keith, Allison

University of Toronto

 

Man, Woman or Myth? Gender-bending in Lucian's Dialogues of the Courtesans

 

Masculinity, Appearance, and Sexuality: Dandies in Roman Antiquity Olson, Kelly

 

New Directions in the Study of Women in the Greco-Roman World

Book Abcona, Ronnie and Tsouvala, Georgia Eds.

 

Portrait Statues as Models for Gender Roles in Roman Society Davies, Glenys

 

Prostitution in the Ancient Greek World Kapparis, Konstantinos

 

Roman Women, Wise Women, and Witches Ripat, Pauline

 

“Rulers Ruled By Women” An Economic Analysis of the Rise and Fall of Women’s Rights in Ancient Sparta

Montana State University Fleck, Robert K.

 

The Economy of Prostitution in the Roman World: A Study of Social History & the Brothel

Book McGinn, Thomas AJ

 

The Female Prostitute in Ancient Rome: An Identity Ackerman, Neil

Orkney College of the Highlands and Islands

 

Women in Roman Forts: Residents, Visitors, or Barred From Entry Campbell, Duncan

Academia.edu

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