Women's Religions in the Greco-Roman World: A Sourcebook

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Contents
Abbreviationsxxv
introduction3
ONE Observances, Rituals, and Festivals
1. Why Women Are Compelled to Worship Dionysos EURIPIDES Bacchae 23–4212
2. The Rites of the First Bacchic Worshipers EURIPIDES Bacchae 677–76813
3. Women Worshipers of a Dionysian Deity, Sabos DEMOSTHENES On the Crown 259–6016
4. Rituals for Brides and Pregnant Women in the Worship of Artemis LSCG Suppl. 11517
5. Objects Dedicated to Artemis Brauronia IG II2 151418
6. Women Participants at a Festival of Adonis THEOCRITUS Idyll 15, 95–14918
7. Ritual Regulations in a Dionysiac ThiasosLSAM 4820
8. Epitaph of Alcmeonis, a Priestess of Dionysos Henrichs HSCP 82 (1978): 14821
9. The Establishment of Dionysiac Rites in Magnesia I. Magn. 215a.24–4021
10. Ritual Equipment for a Women's Festival in Hellenistic Egypt P. Hib. 5422
11. Three Excerpts from Ovid on the Rites of Roman Women22
11A. Roman Matrons Who Celebrate the Matralia (A Festival to the Goddess, Mother Matuta) ovid Fasti 6.473–56823

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page *
  • Acknowledgments vii
  • Contents xi
  • Abbreviations xxv
  • Women's Religions in the Greco-Roman World *
  • Introduction 3
  • One - Observances, Rituals, and Festivals 9
  • Two - Researching Real Women: Documents To, From, and by Women 117
  • Three - Religious Office 241
  • Four - New Religious Affiliation and Conversion 279
  • Five - Holy, Pious, and Exemplary Women 329
  • Six - The Feminine Divine 415
  • Index of Female Names 479
  • Index of Ancient Sources 484
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