Changing Bodies, Changing Meanings Studies on the Human Body in Antiquity

Innbundet / 1997 / Engelsk

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1997
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Changing Bodies, Changing Meanings Studies on the Human Body in Antiquity

Innbundet / 1997 / Engelsk
First Published in 2004. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
This beautifully illustrated book is the first to place at its centre the emotional and experiential aspect of the body in antiquity.
List of plates, List of figures, List of journal abbreviations, Notes on Contributors, Acknowledgements, 1. Introduction, Dominic Montserrat, Part I: Perfect Bodies, Imperfect Bodies, 2. Disabling Bodies, Nicholas Vlahogiannis, 3. The Dynamics of Beauty in Classical Greece, Richard Hawley, Part II: Bodies and Signs in Latin Literature, 4. Exuvias effigiemque: Dido, Aeneas and the body as sign, Angus Bowie, 5. Bodies in Flux: Ovid's Metamorphoses, Penelope Murray, Part III: Modifying the Early Christian Body, 6. Bodies and blood: Late Antique debate on martyrdom, virginity, and resurrection, Gillian Clark, 7. Reading the Disjointed Body in Coptic: from physical modification to textual fragmentation, Terry Wilfong, Part IV: The Ancient Body's Trajectory through Time, 8. The Irresistible Body and the Seduction of Archaeology, Lynn Meskell, 9. Unidentified Human Remains: mummies and the erotics of biography, Dominic Montserrat, 10. Nacktleben, Jane Stevenson
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'A welcome addition to the growing literature on the subject ... the links between articles are carefully constructed to produce a coherent and provocative volume.' - The Classical Review
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ISBN13
9780415135849
Publisert
1997
Utgiver
Vendor
Routledge
Aldersnivå
05, U
Språk
Product language
Engelsk
Format
Product format
Innbundet
Sider
256
Vekt
499 gr
Se alle