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Susan Deacy sent this information for Anahita in May; my apologies for the
delay in sending it along -- Ross

Rape in Antiquity:  Sexual violence in the Greek and Roman worlds
edited by Susan Deacy and Karen F. Pierce
publ. Duckworth with the Classical Press of Wales, 1997
ISBN 0 7156 2754 6

Contents
ATHENIAN LEGAL DISCOURSE
1.      Regulating rape: soap operas and self-interest in the Athenian
        courts, Rosanna Omitowoju (King's College Cambridge)
2.      Rape, adultery and protection of bloodlines in classical Athens,
        Daniel Ogden (University of Wales Swansea)
GREEK MYTH
3.      The vulnerability of Athena: parthenoi and rape in Greek myth, Susan
        Deacy (Keele University)
4.      Bestiality and bestial rape in Greek myth, J.R. Robson (King's
        College London)
GREEK ART
5.      State of the art-art of the State: sexual violence and politics in
        late Archaic and Early Classical vase-painting, K.W. Arafat (King's
College
        London)
6.      Rape in early red-figure pottery: violence and threat in homo-erotic
        and hetero-erotic contexts, Martin Kilmer (University of Ottawa)
GREEK AND ROMAN DRAMA
7.      Fear in the Seven Against Thebes, Lucy Byrne (Exeter University)
8.      The portrayal of rape in New Comedy, Karen F. Pierce (University of
        Wales Lampeter)
GREEK AND ROMAN HISTIOGRAPHY
9.      Herodotus and the ancient Greek idea of rape, Thomas Harrison (St
        Andrews University)
10.     Rape and Livy's view of Roman history, James A. Arieti
        (Hampden-Sydney College)
BYZANTINE AND WESTERN MEDIEVAL WORLDS
11.     Byzantine princesses and lustful Turks, Keith Hopwood (University of
        Wales Lampeter)
12.     Classical paradigms of rape in the Middle Ages, Corinne J. Saunders
        (University College London)

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