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I can't help you on the Sallust, but for a somewhat general coverage of
gender you might try Catharine Edwards, _The Politics of Immorality in
Ancient Rome_ (Cambridge 1993).

-EHS

Elizabeth H. Sutherland
Dept. of Classics
1101 McClung Tower
University of Tennessee
Knoxville, TN 37996-0413

On Wed, 3 Nov 1999, Veronica Schanoes wrote:

>Hello all,
>
>I'm working on a paper on Sallust's treatment of gender in the Bellum
>Catalinae.  I have a [small] number of articles, including Barbara Weiden
>Boyd's excellent "Virtus Effeminata," but I was wondering if anybody could
>suggest some sources about Sallust's Fulvia, or the overall gender
>dynamics of the Bell Cat.  I also would be very interested in a good,
>general, gender-analytic, social history of Rome.  Thanks very much for
>any suggestions you can throw my way.
>
>--Veronica
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