Women in Western European History: A Select Chronological, Geographical, and Topical Bibliography - Vol. 1

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II. ANTIQUITY

A. GENERAL

1. BIBLIOGRAPHIES
"It may be suitable that the women should have their turn on the stage when the men have quite finished their performance." Plato, The Republic, Bk. V.
01500. Arthur, Marylin B. "Classics: A Review Essay." Signs 2 ( Winter 1976): 382-403.
01501. Goodwater, Leanna. Women in Antiquity: An Annotated Bibliography. Metuchen, New Jersey: The Scarecrow Press, Inc. 1975.
01502. Pomeroy, Sarah B. "Selected Bibliography on Women in Antiquity." Arethusa 6 ( Spring 1973): 125-57.

2. SURVEYS

"No trust is to be placed in women."

Odyssey


a) Generic
01503. Ehrenberg, Victor I. Aspects of the Ancient World. New York: William Sallock, 1946.
01504. Fustel de Numa Denis Coulanges. The Ancient City: A Study on the Religion, Laws and Institutions of Greece and Rome. Garden City, N.Y.: Doubleday, 1956.

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Table of contents

  • Title Page iii
  • Contents vii
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Historical Outline and Topical Guide to Citations xv
  • Guide to Quotations li
  • I. Historical Surveys 1
  • A - General 1
  • B - British Isles 71
  • C - France 89
  • D - The Germanies 103
  • E - Iberia 112
  • F - Italy 116
  • G - The Low Countries 119
  • II - Antiquity 121
  • A - General 121
  • B - Greece 135
  • C - Rome 170
  • III - Middle Ages 215
  • A - General 215
  • B - British Isles 256
  • C - France 284
  • D - The Germanies 315
  • E - Iberia 331
  • F - Italy 338
  • G - The LOw Countries 348
  • IV - Renaissance/ Reformation 353
  • A - General 353
  • B - British Isles 361
  • C - France 392
  • D - The Germanies 413
  • E - Iberia 424
  • F - Italy 434
  • G - The Low Countries 458
  • V - Seventeenth Century 463
  • A - General 463
  • B - British Isles 466
  • C - France 490
  • D - The Germanies 522
  • E - Iberia 529
  • F - Italy 532
  • G - Low Countries 535
  • VI - Eighteenth Century 537
  • A - General 537
  • B - England 541
  • C - France 582
  • D - The Germanies 614
  • E - Iberia 626
  • F - Italy 629
  • G - The Low Countries 631
  • Subject Index 633
  • Name Index 641
  • Author Index 661
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