By Thomas K. Hubbard
A spouse to Greek and Roman Sexualities offers a complete choice of unique essays when it comes to facets of gender and sexuality within the classical world.
- Views a few of the practices and discursive contexts of sexuality systematically and holistically
- Discusses Greece and Rome in each one bankruptcy, with sensitivity to the continuities and adjustments among the 2 classical civilizations
- Addresses the classical effect at the realizing of later a long time and religion
- Covers inventive and literary genres, quite a few social environments of sexual behavior, and the technical disciplines of medication, magic, physiognomy, and dream interpretation
- Features contributions from greater than forty most sensible overseas scholars
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A Companion to Greek and Roman Sexualities by Thomas K. Hubbard