Choruses of Young Women in Ancient Greece: Their Morphology, Religious Role, and Social Function


Calame argues that the songs sung by choruses of young girls in ancient Greek poetry are more than just literary texts, and that they functioned mainly as initiatory rituals in cult practices, permitting the girls to achieve the stature of womanhood.


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