The Greek way of life: from conception to old age

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Cornell University Press, 1990 - History - 376 pages
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Uses Greek literature and philosophical, historical, and medical works to depict Greek attitudes towards reproduction, contraception, sterility, abortion, childbirth, puberty, marriage, aging, and euthanasia

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The Greek way of life: from conception to old age

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Garland's (classics, Colgate) book is a survey of the major life experiences which constituted the social reality of classical Greece. The method of analysis is dense description assembled mostly from ... Read full review

Contents

Introduction
1
Conception and Pregnancy
17
Childbirth
59
Copyright

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