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Women and slaves in Greco-Roman culture

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Published by Routledge in London, New York .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Greece.,
  • Rome.
    • Subjects:
    • Women -- Greece.,
    • Women -- Rome.,
    • Women and literature -- Greece.,
    • Women and literature -- Rome.,
    • Civilization, Classical.,
    • Slavery in literature.,
    • Slaves -- Greece.,
    • Slaves -- Rome.

    • Edition Notes

      Includes bibliographical references (p. 256-276) and index.

      Other titlesWomen & slaves in Greco-Roman culture
      Statementedited by Sandra R. Joshel and Sheila Murnaghan.
      ContributionsJoshel, Sandra R. 1947-, Murnaghan, Sheila, 1951-
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHQ1134 .W623 1998
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 287 p. :
      Number of Pages287
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL688619M
      ISBN 100415162297
      LC Control Number97035631

      "A Week in the Life of a Greco-Roman Woman is a fantastic way to engage any student of the Bible with the real people, real places, and real challenges of the first-century church. Beers animates the story of Paul's impact at Ephesus by telling the tale through the eyes of young Anthia—a commoner's wife pregnant with her second child. The slave owner's exploitation of the black woman's sexuality was one of the most significant factors differentiating the experience of slavery for males and females. Slaves exposed for sale.

      Slavery and Women in Ancient Greece Questions and Answers. In the Mycenaean culture most of the slaves were women. These slaves were made to spin and weave so the Mycenaeans could have cloth to trade with. In Classical times many slaves were household servants. Other slaves did mining and other dangerous tasks. In "Women, Slaves, and the Hierarchies of Domestic Violence: The family of St Augustine," P. Clark focuses on the ways in which the representation of domestic violence is determined by cultural assumptions about slavery, women, and violence. She investigates how slavery reinforced violence against women, which was an integral part of Roman culture.

      Slavery in ancient Rome played an important role in society and the economy. Besides manual labor, slaves performed many domestic services, and might be employed at highly skilled jobs and professions. Accountants and physicians were often slaves. Slaves of Greek origin in . 1 A list of those who have given particular attention to the area of cultural hermeneutics would include William J. Larkin, Culture and Biblical Hermeneutics (Grand Rapids: Baker, ) and the works of M. Daniel Carroll R. There are, of course, scores of more specific studies on culture as it relates to hermeneutics (such as those on slavery and the role of women in Greco-Roman culture).


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Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman world.3/5(1).

Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman world.3/5(1).

Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman by: Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman world.

Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman : Women and Slaves in Classical Culture examines how ancient societies were organized around slave-holding and the subordination of women to reveal how women and slaves interacted with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of the Greco-Roman world.

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Women and Slaves in Greco-Roman Culture is the first book to critically explore how slaveholding and the subordination of women shaped ancient societies and reveals how women and slaves intersected with one another in both the cultural representations and the social realities of classical : Paperback.

In the Greco-Roman world, a woman’s character and social reputation were based on the management of her household. Yet women were not isolated at home, for the house was a center of production, and was often located above the family’s shop or close to their fields.

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Women and slaves in Greco-Roman culture by Sandra R. Joshel, Sheila Murnaghan,Routledge edition, in EnglishPages: Women and Slaves in Greco-Roman Culture: Differential Equations. Joshel, Sandra R. (Sandra Rae),Murnaghan, Sheila, The introductory essay by Joshel and Murnaghan outlines the aims of the panel and book.

While the problem of recovering the “voices” of women and slaves is acknowledged this does not inhibit much conjecturing Author: Janet Grossman.

Maxwell: Women in the Greco-Roman World, p. 2 his epistles about fifty or sixty years later. Thus the first century of Christianity was also the first cen-tury of the "Roman Empire"—provided we define "empire" not merely as a world power but more specifically as an entity ruled by an Size: 1MB.

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Many modern readers assume that slavery in the New Testament is equivalent to the race-based slavery of the African slave trade. While not defending the Greco-Roman institution of slavery, Tim Keller and Don Carson explain why it’s important not to equate it with the race-based slavery that we may be more familiar with.

in Seattle. A scholar of Roman slavery, women, and gender, she is the author of Work, Identity and Legal Status at Rome: A Study of the Occupational Inscriptions and editor (with Sheila Murnaghan) of Women and Slaves in Greco-Roman Culture: Differential Equations and (with Margaret Malamud and Donald T.

McGuire) Imperial Projections: Ancient. "This well-edited book is a timely example of how many classicists are currently engaging with Greco-Roman culture. It will generate debate and stimulate furthur research."-Europe: Ancient and Medieval "This volume of essays on women and slaves in Greco-Roman antiquity goes a long toward filling the gap in available material that addresses simultaneously issues of gender and class in Greek and Roman.

When North Carolina slave Harriet Jacobs penned those words in "Incidents in the Life of a Slave Girl," a book she self-published inshe became the first black woman to write a slave. Slavery was practiced throughout the Greco-Roman world, and there were several categories of slaves: * The helot was a citizen of a city that was in permanent subordination to another state.

A famous example is Messenia, a Greek city-state subdued by Sparta and then reduced to peasant status and forced to serve the needs of Sparta’s military.Cracking the code of silence: Athenian legal oratory and the histories of slaves and women / Steven Johnstone Notes on a membrum disiectum / Shane Butler.

Other Titles: Women & slaves in Greco-Roman culture: Responsibility: edited by Sandra R. Joshel and Sheila Murnaghan.