It can be difficult to hear the voices of Roman children, women and slaves, given that most surviving texts of the period are by elite adult men. This volume redresses the balance.
An international collection of expert contributors go beyond the usual canon of literary texts, and assess a vast range of evidence - inscriptions, burial data, domestic architecture, sculpture and the law, as well as Christian and dream-interpretation literature. Topics covered include:
The result is an up-to-date survey of some of the most exciting avenues currently being explored in Roman social history.
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Suzanne Dixon is a Reader in Classics and Ancient History at the University of Queensland, Australia and has published extensively on Roamn law and society. Her works include The Roman Mpther (Routledge 1988), The Roman Family, and Reading Roman Women. She is also the co-editor of Pre-Industrial Women and Stereotypes of Women in Power.Review:
'A welcome addition to a growing body of literature that takes the Roman family as its theme.' - Greece and Rome
'All the writers have successfuly addressed at least one section of the intended large audience ... all [articles] are highly readable.' - Arctos
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