Greek Prostitutes in the Ancient Mediterranean, 800 BCE–200 CE
Allison Glazebrook, Madeleine M. Henry
Univ of Wisconsin Press, 6 янв. 2011 г. - Всего страниц: 324
Greek Prostitutes in the Ancient Mediterranean, 800 BCE–200 CE challenges the often-romanticized view of the prostitute as an urbane and liberated courtesan by examining the social and economic realities of the sex industry in Greco-Roman culture. Departing from the conventional focus on elite society, these essays consider the Greek prostitute as displaced foreigner, slave, and member of an urban underclass.
Prostitution in Athenian Civic Space
The Andrön as Brothel and the Symposiums Civic Sexuality
4 Woman + Wine Prostitute in Classical Athens?
A Visual Pun on the Body of an Aulëtris
6 Sex for Sale? Interpreting Erotica in the Havana Collection
The Evidence for Prostitution in the Maritime World
The Evidence of Plautuss Pseudolus