Table of contents for Prostitutes and courtesans in the ancient world / edited by Christopher A. Faraone and Laura K. McClure.

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Acknowledgments	000
Abbreviations	000
Introduction	000
	Laura K. McClure
Prostitution and the Sacred
Marriage, Divorce and the Prostitute in Ancient Mesopotamia	000
	Martha Roth
Prostitution in the Social World and the Religious Rhetoric of Ancient Israel	000
	Phyllis Bird
Heavenly Bodies: Monuments to Prostitutes in Greek Sanctuaries	000
	Catherine Keesling
Sacred Prostitution in the First Person	000
	Stephanie Budin
Legal and Moral Discourses on Prostitution
Free and Unfree Sexual Work: An Economic Analysis of Athenian Prostitution	000
	Edward Cohen
The Bad Girls of Athens: The Image and Function of Hetairai in Judicial Oratory	000
	Allison Glazebrook
The Psychology of Prostitution in Aeschines' Speech Against Timarchus	000
	Susan Lape
Zoning Shame in the Roman City	000
	Thomas McGinn
The Politics of Prostitution: Clodia, Cicero, and Social Order in the Late Roman Republic	000
	Marsha McCoy
Matrona and Whore: Clothing and Definition in Roman Antiquity	000
	Kelly Olson
Prostitution, Comedy, and Public Performance
The Priestess and the Courtesan: The Ambivalence of Female Leadership in Aristophanes' Lysistrata	000
	Christopher A. Faraone
A Courtesan's Choreography: Female Liberty and Male Anxiety at the Roman Dinner Party	000
	Sharon James
Infamous Performers: Comic Actors and Female Prostitutes at Rome	000
	Anne Duncan
The Phallic Lesbian: Philosophy, Comedy and Social Inversion in Lucian's Dialogues of the Courtesans	000
	Kate Gilhuly
Bibliography	000
Contributors	000
Index	000

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Prostitution -- Greece -- History -- Congresses.
Prostitution -- Rome -- History -- Congresses.
Courtesans -- Greece -- History -- Congresses.
Courtesans -- Rome -- History -- Congresses.
Sex role -- Greece -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses.
Sex role -- Rome -- History -- To 1500 -- Congresses.