Table of contents for Lament : studies in the ancient Mediterranean and beyond / edited by Ann Suter.

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	Table of Contents
1. Introduction									
	1
		Ann Suter
2. Sumerian Gala Priests and Eastern Mediterranean Returning 
Gods: Tragic Lamentation 	in Cross-cultural Perspective	
					 	22	
		Mary Bachvarova
3. "When you go to the meadow. . .": The Lament of the 
Taptara-women in the Hittite 	"Sallais Wastais" Ritual		
				 	80
		Ian Rutherford
4. Mycenaean Memory and Bronze Age Lament				
	110
		R. Brendan Burke
5. Keens from the Absent Chorus: Troy to Ulster			
		137
		Richard P. Martin
6. Reading the Laments of Iliad 24						
	175
		Christine Perkell
7. Death Becomes Her: Gender and Athenian Death Ritual		
		219		Karen Stears
8. Male Lament in Greek Tragedy						
	245
		Ann Suter
9. Greek Comedy's Parody of Lament					
	289
		Andromache Karanika
10. Lament and Hymenaios in Erinna's Distaff				
	324
		Olga Levaniouk
11. Lament in Lucan's Bellum Ciuile					
		382
		Alison Keith
12. Nenia: Gender, Genre, and Lament in Ancient Rome		
		426
	Dorota Dutsch

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Laments -- History and criticism.