Citizen Bacchae: Women's Ritual Practice in Ancient Greece

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INDEX
Adonia, 34, 36, 58–59, 115, 128, 138–44, 211–13, 235; in Lysistrata, 362–63. See also Aphrodite; prostitutes
adult woman, 5, 60, 84–85, 98, 116, 120– 25, 149, 278. See also old woman; young woman
adulteress, 128, 152–53
adultery, 80, 146, 175
Aeneas Tacticus, 196
Aeschylus: Agamemnon, 111, 301–2, 327– 29; Danaid trilogy, 137, 300; Eumenides, 211, 303–5, 329–31, 341–42; LibationBearers, 302–3; Oresteia trilogy, 301–5, 327–31; Seven Against Thebes, 295–98; Suppliants, 298–300
agency, women's: in Arrhephoria, 102; in ritual, 25–26. See also dissent ideology
Agido. See Alkman
Agraulos. See Kekropides
agriculture, 3, 58, 122 n122
Aiora, 39
Aischines: Against Ktesiphon, 64; Against Timarchos, 175; in Demosthenes, 283–84
aischrologia, 128–32
Aktaion, 113 n96
Alciphron, 141, 198
Aleshire, Sara, 44 n62
aletrides, 53–54, 55
Alexiou, Margaret, 33
Alkaios, 233, 234
Alkman: Partheneion, 86–89
allotment, 176–77, 180, 184
Amazons: in Eumenides, 211; in Ion, 324
amphidromia, 28–29
amphiphontes, 36
Amphissa: maenads at, 216
anakalupteria, 116
Anthesteria, 38, 38 nn45, 46, 39; in Iphigeneia in Tauris, 346–47
anthropology, 2, 7, 18, 40 n19, 228–29, 274, 275–79
Antletriai. See bailers
Anyte of Tegea, 242–43
Apatouria, 209
Aphrodite: at Corinth, 157; in Gardens, 110; priestesses of, 68, 187; sacrifices to, 30; in Sapphic corpus, 236–40; at Sikyon, 147, 150. See also Adonia
Apollo, 37, 117, 200. See also Euripides, Ion and Iphigeneia in Tauris
Apollodoros: Argonautica, 90, 91
Archias the hierophant, 63, 145, 154–55, 170
archon, 38, 145, 171–73, 179–80
archousai, 206
Ardener, Edwin, 23, 101, 229
Ares, 43, 200–201
Argos, 202. See also Hybristika
Aristomenes, 137, 208
Aristophanes: Acharnians, 114; Lysistrata, 88, 53, 97–98, 105, 110–11, 135 n169, 139–41, 143, 172, 181, 192, 193, 211– 12, 214, 279, 359–64; Women in Assembly, 8, 28, 60, 367–68; Women at the Thesmophoria, 65, 127, 130–31, 134, 136, 205, 207, 359, 364–67

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  • Title Page *
  • Contents *
  • Illustrations ix
  • Acknowledgments xi
  • Abbreviations xiii
  • Introduction 1
  • One - Working Toward a Material Presence 25
  • Two - The Reproduction of Sexuality 77
  • Three - Imaginary Citizens 160
  • Four - Ritual as a Cultural Resource 227
  • Five - Ritual in Drama 289
  • References 371
  • Index 393
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