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Class Notes for CLAS 2051 at Mount Allison University

Women In Antiquity

CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Church Fathers, Concupiscence, Tertullian

Development of Christianity  Brown article on Paul- "fateful theological abbreviation" o Romans 7:18- confluct with physical body- "nothing good dwells in me, within my flesh" ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Imperial Cult (Ancient Rome), Apotheosis, Cella

Religion of the Empire: Cult of the Emperor 1. Historical Framework: From Republic to Roman Empire  from the 4th century BCE the Romans started an expansionistic strategy of conquest  the Romans took the c...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Lex Julia, Cornelia Africana, Ancient Roman Architecture

The Age of Augustus and the Roman Empire  Cleopatra + Julius Caesar- Romans elect to Caesar take over, only for a bit, but he makes it so he can rule forever, gets killed off my Brutus; Cleopatra + Mark Anto...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Vestal Virgin, Titus Tatius, Family Values

Late Roman Republic  Roman Religion and Women o who your family worships is more important than who your gender worships o Vestal Virgins  key role- keeping the hearth...

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CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Pater Familias, Syros, Freedman

Roman Republic, continued  Roman Comedy o Plautus (c. 255-184 BCE)  Cistrellaria: Syra: "It certainly seems right to me, Selenium dear, that our class sho...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Vestal Virgin, Egnatius, Patrilineality

The Roman Republic  as far as social processes go, many last through the changing empire  early stories may be complete fabrications to support a change of government, or embellished to encourage a ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Capitoline Hill, Sabines, Tarpeia

Early Rome  expansion of Roman empire, exchange of ideas, customs, lots of "mirrors" to look into for comparison  Romulus and Remus- rape of the Sabine women- R/R invited neighbouring cities to a bi...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Second Punic War, Third Punic War, Roman Empire

Etruscan Women (circa 1200-396 BCE)  traces remained until at least 1st century BCE  Greek inspired works, votive offerings, gold teeth  death o accumulated a lot of wealth through trading ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Perictione, Neopythagoreanism, Epicureanism

Education and Philosophy in the Hellenistic World  Stoicism o closed off women to the school o Zeno of Citium (c. 334-262 BCE) o through process of wishing to consolidate power, ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Hetaira, Aulos, Miscarriage

Prostitution in Athens  Hetairai- specially trained courtesans o enjoyed by men at specially made houses during symposiums o quite attractive specifically because they were educated (vs the ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Phratry, Hetaira, Epithalamium

Weddings in Athens  very little information about wedding practices themselves  descriptions seem to be entirely focused on the woman's experience  function in Athenian society: transfer of woman fro...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Perioeci, Helots, Thesmophoria

Sparta Conclusion  Psuedo-Xenophon- On The Athenian Constitution, from a Spartan perspective, critical of Athenian law, the treatment of women, in Athens democracy gives too much power to everybody...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Helots, Perioeci

Sparta, Continued  Sparta and Athens, two major powers in Greece in the Classical period, mirrors of one another  Aristotle, writing in Athens, looking to Sparta and describing how different Sparta was...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Assemblywomen, Lysistrata, Thesmophoria

Athenian Comedy Conclusion  Aristophanes o Lysistrata- 411 BCE (name literally means army-disbander) o Thesmophoriazousae- 411 BCE ("The Women at the Thesmophoria")- festival for ...

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CLAS 2051
Fiona Black
CLAS 2051 Lecture Notes - Lysistrata, Ancient Greek Comedy, Sex Strike

Athenian Drama Conclusion  axis of good vs bad women on the stage not necessarily representative of Athenian women (who should be silent and secluded in their house), and also came from a different ...

Classics
CLAS 2051
Fiona Black

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