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Abbreviations Acknowledgments 1. Introduction Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz 2. Imag(in)ing a Women's World in Bronze Age Greece: The Frescoes from Xeste 3 at Akrotiri, Thera Paul Rehak 3. Aphrodite Garlanded: Erôs and Poetic Creativity in Sappho and Nossis Marilyn B. Skinner 4. Subjects, Objects, and Erotic Symmetry in Sappho's Fragments Ellen Greene 5. Excavating Female Homoeroticism in Ancient Greece: The Evidence from Attic Vase Painting Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz 6. Women in Relief: "Double Consciousness" in Classical Attic Tombstones John G. Younger 7. Glimpses through a Window: An Approach to Roman Female Homoeroticism through Art Historical and Literary Evidence Lisa Auanger 8. Ovid's Iphis and Ianthe: When Girls Won't Be Girls Diane T. Pintabone 9. Lucian's "Leaena and Clonarium": Voyeurism or a Challenge to Assumptions? Shelley P. Haley 10. "Friendship and Physical Desire": The Discourse of Female Homoeroticism in Fifth-Century CE Egypt Terry G. Wilfong Works Cited Notes on Contributors Index