Table of contents for I, Claudia II : women in Roman art and society / edited by Diana E.E. Kleiner and Susan B. Matheson.
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Notes To The Reader
Introduction: "Her Parents Gave Her The Name Clavdia" (Diana E. E. Kleiner and Susan B. Matheson)
Livia To Helena: Women In Power, Women In The Provinces (Cornelius L. Vermeule III)
Livia: Portrait and Propaganda (Rolf Winkes)
Family Ties: Mothers and Sons in Elite and Non-Elite Roman Art (Diana E. E. Kleiner)
Just Window Dressing?: Imperial Women as Architectural Sculpture (Mary R. Boatwright)
Mortals, Empresses, And Earth Goddesses: Demeter And Persphone In Public and Private Apotheosis (Susan Wood)
Nudity And Adornment In Female Portrait Sculpture Of The Second Century AD (Eve d'Ambra)
Jewelry For The Unmarried (Andrew Oliver)
The Elder Clavdia: Older Women In Roman Art (Susan B. Matheson)
Marriage Egyptian Style (Diana Delia)
Widows Too Young In Their Widowhood (Ann Ellis Hanson)
Library of Congress subject headings for this publication:
Art, Roman -- Congresses.
Women in art -- Congresses.
Women -- Rome -- Social conditions -- Congresses.