Constructions of Childhood in Ancient Greece and Italy

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Ada Cohen, Jeremy B. Rutter
ASCSA, 2007 - Architecture - 429 pages
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These 20 papers explore ancient notions and experiences of childhood around the Mediterranean, from prehistory to late antiquity. They are grouped into sections on Families; Socialization and Enculturation; Rituals and Life Transitions; Gender and Representation; Burial; Commemoration; and Childhood and the Classical Tradition. The contributors come from a range of different disciplines, including art history, archaeology, classical philology, and physical anthropology.
 

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Contents

Childhood between Past
1
Willoughby de Broke and His Family in the Breakfast Room
10
Chapter 1
34
Chapter 2
41
Chapter 3
61
Chapter 4
83
Chapter 5
101
upper left section
105
Chapter 10
192
Chapter 11
205
Chapter 12
229
Boys Girls
256
Chapter 14
281
cemetery
300
Chapter 16
308
Constructing Childhood on Roman Funerary
323

Chapter 6
107
A Proposed Curriculum
115
Votive Terracottas and
131
peninsula Cyprus
132
Chapter 8
167
Chapter 18
339
Chapter 19
353
Chapter 20
372
Bibliography
385
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About the author (2007)

Ada Cohen is Associate Professor of Art History at Dartmouth College. Jeremy B. Rutter is Sherman Fairchild Professor of the Humanities at Dartmouth College.