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A better half to girls within the old World provides an interdisciplinary, methodologically-based choice of newly-commissioned essays from sought after students at the learn of girls within the historic world.
- The first interdisciplinary, methodologically-based selection of readings to deal with the learn of girls within the old world
- Explores a large diversity of subject matters when it comes to ladies in antiquity, together with: Mother-Goddess idea; girls in Homer, Pre-Roman Italy, the close to East; girls and the relatives, the kingdom, and faith; costume and Adornment; girl Patronage; Hellenistic Queens; Imperial girls; girls in past due Antiquity; Early ladies Saints; and lots of more
- Thematically prepared to stress the significance of historic subject matters of continuity, improvement, and innovation
- Reconsiders a lot of the well known facts and preconceived notions in relation to ladies in antiquity
- Includes contributions from the various such a lot well known students linked to the learn of ladies in antiquity
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Zenon Papyri, Catalogue général des Antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire. Cairo. P. Col. Zen. Westermann, W. L. and Hasenoehrl, E. S. ) 1934. C. dealing with Palestine and Egypt I. New York. P. Elephantine Rubensohn, O. ) 1907. Aegyptische Urkunden aus den Königlichen Museen in Berlin: Griechische Urkunden, Sonderheft. Elephantine-Papyri. Berlin. P. , and Meyer, P. M. ) 1910. Griechische Papyri im Museum des Oberhessischen Geschichtsvereins zu Giessen. Pt. I, nos. 1–35. Leipzig and Berlin. P.
That is, for example, the essays studying women's religion, by Eva Stehle (“Women and Religion in Greece,” Chapter 14) and Lora L. Holland (“Women and Roman Religion,” Chapter 15), are placed in Part III, on the Archaic and Classical periods, but reach forward to later eras as well. The table of contents lays out our basic organization: Part I surveys women outside Athens and Rome, before the Classical-period polis culture of Greece, and offers a case study of Mother Goddess theory. The broad geographical and chronological scope exemplifies the diversity of evidence and approach that characterizes this Companion.
Volumes 1 and 5. ) P. Cairo Zen. Edgar, C. C. ) 1925 (Vol. I) and 1928 (Vol. 3). Zenon Papyri, Catalogue général des Antiquités égyptiennes du Musée du Caire. Cairo. P. Col. Zen. Westermann, W. L. and Hasenoehrl, E. S. ) 1934. C. dealing with Palestine and Egypt I. New York. P. Elephantine Rubensohn, O. ) 1907. Aegyptische Urkunden aus den Königlichen Museen in Berlin: Griechische Urkunden, Sonderheft. Elephantine-Papyri. Berlin. P. , and Meyer, P. M. ) 1910. Griechische Papyri im Museum des Oberhessischen Geschichtsvereins zu Giessen.