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Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millenium BC : BAR International - Edward Herring

Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millenium BC

BAR International

By: Edward Herring (Editor), Kathryn Lomas (Editor)


Published: 1st August 2009
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Papers from a conference held at the Institute of Classical Studies, London, in June 2006. Contents: 1) Where have all the men gone? Sex, Gender and Womens Studies (Ruth D. Whitehouse); 2) Gender identities and cultural identities in the pre-Roman Veneto (Kathryn Lomas); 3) Where are they hiding? The invisibility of the native women of Puglia in the fourth century bc (Edward Herring); 4) Warriors and weavers: sex and gender in Daunian stelae (Camilla Norman); 5) Expressions of gender through dress in Latial Iron Age mortuary contexts: the case of Osteria dellOsa (Lisa Cougle); 6) Textile tools and specialisation in Early Iron Age female burials (Margarita Gleba); 7) United in death: the changing image of Etruscan couples (Marjatta Nielsen); 8) Isnt s/he lovely? An investigation of androgyny in Etruscan art (Bridget Sandhoff ); 9) Gender Benders? (Larissa Bonfante); 10) Burning boats and building bridges: women and cult in Roman colonization (Fay Glinister); 11) Women and the Romanisation of Etruria(Vedia Izzet); 12) Ethnicity and the costume of the Roman bride (Karen K. Hersch); 13) Livia and the lex Voconia (Bronwyn Hopwood).

ISBN: 9781407305158
ISBN-10: 1407305158
Series: BAR International
Audience: General
Format: Paperback
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 147
Published: 1st August 2009
Publisher: BAR Publishing
Country of Publication: GB
Dimensions (cm): 29.69 x 21.01  x 1.09
Weight (kg): 0.53