Women in Antiquity
This volume collects together 14 articles published in Greece and Rome during the last 20 years by leading authorities. They cover a wide breadth of interests including history, the law, mythology, literature, and religion in Graeco-Roman antiquity. A detailed and substantial introduction has been written by Dr Gillian Clark, an expert in the field, relating the articles to the development of gender studies since they were first published. The majority of the articles themselves have been updated to take account of the latest discoveries and developments. history, and sociology.
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