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Title The topography of violence in the Greco-Roman world / Werner Riess and Garrett G. Fagan, editors
Published Ann Arbor : University of Michigan Press, 2016
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Contents Part I: The Greek World -- Xenophon and the Muleteer: Hubris, Retaliation, and the Purposes of Shame / David D. Phillips -- The Spartan Krypteia / Matthew Trundle -- Where to Kill in Classical Athens: Assassinations, Executions, and the Athenian Public Space / Werner Riess -- The Crime That Dare Not Speak Its Name: Violence against Women in the Athenian Courts / Rosanna Omitowoju -- Violence against Slaves in Classical Greece / Peter Hunt -- The Greek Battlefield: Classical Sparta and the Spectacle of Hoplite Warfare / Ellen Millender -- Violence at the Symposion / Oswyn Murray -- Part 2: The Roman World -- The Topography of Roman Assassination, 133 BCE-222 CE / Josiah Osgood -- Urban Violence: Street, Forum, Bath, Circus, and Theater / Garrett G. Fagan -- Violence against Women in Ancient Rome: Ideology versus Reality / Serena S. Witzke -- Violence and the Roman Slave / Noel Lenski -- The Roman Battlefield: Individual Exploits in Warfare of the Roman Republic / Graeme Ward -- War as Theater, from Tacitus to Dexippus / David Potter -- Manipulating Space at the Roman Arena / Garrett G. Fagan -- Party Hard: Violence in the Context of Roman Cenae / John Donahue
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
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Subject Civilization, Greco-Roman.
Violence -- Greece -- History -- To 1500
Violence -- Rome
Civilization, Greco-Roman.
HISTORY / Ancient / Greece.
HISTORY / Ancient / Rome.
Rome (Empire)
Genre/Form Academic theses.
Academic theses.
Form Electronic book
Author Fagan, Garrett G., 1963- editor.
Riess, Werner, editor.
LC no. 2020707347
ISBN 0472119826