Women Writing Latin: Women writing in Latin in Roman antiquity, late antiquity, and early modern Christian era
Taylor & Francis, 2002 - Social Science - 240 pages
This book is part of a 3-volume anthology of women's writing in Latin from antiquity to the early modern era. Each volume provides texts, contexts, and translations of a wide variety of works produced by women, including dramatic, poetic, and devotional writing. Volume One covers the age of Roman Antiquity and early Christianity.
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