Table of contents for Sexuality in Greek and Roman culture / Marilyn B. Skinner.

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List of Maps and Illustrations
Chronological Chart
Introduction: Why Ancient Sexuality? Issues and Approaches
1 The Homeric Age: Epic Sexuality
2 The Archaic Age: Symposium and Initiation
3 Late Archaic Athens: More Than Meets the Eye
4 Classical Athens: The Politics of Sex
5 The Hellenistic Period I: Turning Inwards
6 The Hellenistic Period II: The Feminine Mystique
7 Republican and Augustan Rome I: Noble Romans and Degenerate Greeks
8 Republican and Augustan Rome II: The Soft Embrace of Venus
9 Imperial Rome I: Desire under Pressure
10 Imperial Rome II: On the Margins of Empire
Afterword: The Use of Antiquity

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication: Sex customs Greece History To 1500 Textbooks, Sex customs Rome History Textbooks