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Textbook Notes for Classical Studies 3400E at Western University

Greek And Roman History

Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Protogeometric Style, Geometric Art, Lekythos

Overview of course content September 9 , 2013 th Archaeological context helps us determine: o Where an object was originally used o Helps uncover the object’s bigger picture o C...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Cody Barteet
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Hedonism, Sophrosyne, Phallus

1 Satyrs or silenoi are the male followers of the god Dionysus. They are imaginary inhabitants of the wild, unrestrained in their desire for wine and sex. . Thus satyrs are ambiguous creatures: grotesque hedo...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Homosexuality In Ancient Rome, Anal Sex, Effeminacy

1 1. What for the Romans were the outward signs of effeminacy? 2. Which types of male homoerotic relations are ridiculed and censured? (anal penetration, fellatio, older men [= hairy]) 3. How ar...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Codex Theodosianus, Nudity, Toga

1 1. What do the sources tell us of the lives of prostitutes? Where does prostitution take place? What makes a prostitute? What do they wear? [[Why might a woman become a prostitute? How do they ...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Lex Aquilia, Manumission, Freedman

1 Slavery: 1. When they are used as sexual objects, how are slaves characterized in our sources? (Photis is willing; Cypassis is not. But mostly the slaves’ feelings are not co...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Roman Art, Pottery Of Ancient Greece, Cretinism

Definitions A dwarf (due to some pathological condition such as cretinism or some other disease that produces disproportion or deformation of features and limbs). A midget is someone perfect in form and normal in...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Homosexuality In Ancient Rome, Anal Sex, Effeminacy

1 1. What for the Romans were the outward signs of effeminacy? 2. Which types of male homoerotic relations are ridiculed and censured? (anal penetration, fellatio, older men [= hairy]) 3. How ar...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Prude

Prudery, i.e., a prude is somebody who is easily shocked by sex or nudity and who pays a great deal of attention to proper social behavior (disapproving) Expurgate, i.e., to remove words or passages considered offensive...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Phallus, Fascinus, Apotropaic Magic

1 SOURCES Like Greek, Roman sexual territory is a foreign domain. There is pertinent information about Roman sexual matters in all sorts of ancient literature— legal texts, history, poetry, and political d...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Cinnabar, Hair Removal, Hypersexuality

1 The female body: 1. What is the sexual nature of women, according to the authors? (as nymphomaniacs Pr 26 and most of the other poems, unfaithful Ovid Am 3.14; frigid Mart 11.60; note too sex as ...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Ancient Agora Of Athens, Acropolis Of Athens, Harmodius And Aristogeiton

1 • The MM II 1900-1700 BCE acrobat (11" GR 214-55) displays Minoan mastery of ivory, form, and movement— usually described as a bull-leaper, but could he be a diver? Note elongated body. • F...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Ancient Agora Of Athens, Kouros, Pubic Hair

1 Phallus There was no privatization of erotic images as today. Herms were busts on a pillar with genitals, representations of the god Hermes. They were found at crossroads, in the Agora, in sanctuaries and priv...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Phallus, Apotropaic Magic, Fascinus

1 SOURCES Like Greek, Roman sexual territory is a foreign domain. There is pertinent information about Roman sexual matters in all sorts of ancient literature— legal texts, history, poetry, and political d...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Kylix, Fellatio, Polychrome

1 Source Problems: I. Literary All our authors are elite males, and therefore present only a certain (very limited) viewpoint. Each literary genre has its own specific problems: satire may exaggerate social ills or s...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper
Classical Studies 3400E Chapter Notes -Pederasty In Ancient Greece, Sophrosyne, Bsc Young Boys

1 1. What are the recurring themes in the literature of homoerotic desire? (jealousy, break-ups, youthful beauty, infidelity, horses/sailing, the pleasure and pain of love), 2. How are lesbians portrayed? Is t...

Classical Studies
Classical Studies 3400E
Chris Piper

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