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    DescriptionThis title offers a new approaches to the study of the family in antiquity. The family has been recognised in the ancient world as the key social institution on which both society and the state are based. However, in the pre-Classical and Classical world the family was constructed in dissimilar ways and provides the means to explaining why the civilizations of the ancient Mediterranean, although sharing many cultural features, in fact differed greatly. This volume draws on the most recent work of leading scholars in the field with the aim of establishing a new understanding of the ancient family for the 21st century. In so doing, this book includes new approaches to social institutions, depictions of women and children, the Seleucid dynasty as a negative model of family, the inclusion of Etruscan societies, and a fundamental re-assessment of the family in antiquity.


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    Title
    The Family in the Greco-Roman World
    Authors and contributors
    Edited by Agneta Stromberg, Edited by Ray Laurence
    Physical properties
    Format: Hardback
    Number of pages: 264
    Width: 160 mm
    Height: 236 mm
    Thickness: 22 mm
    Weight: 458 g
    Language
    English
    ISBN
    ISBN 13: 9781441139276
    ISBN 10: 1441139273
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    Edition statement
    New ed.
    Illustrations note
    15 bw illustrations
    Publisher
    Continuum Publishing Corporation
    Imprint name
    Continuum Publishing Corporation
    Publication date
    02 February 2012
    Publication City/Country
    New York
    Author Information
    Agneta Stromberg is a senior lecturer in ancient history at the University of Gothenburg, Sweden. Ray Laurence is Professor of Classical and Archaeological Studies at the University of Kent, UK. He is the author of many titles including Pompeii The Living City (with Alex Butterworth) which was awarded the Longman-History Today New Generation Prize 2006.
    Table of contents
    1. The Ancient Family in the 21st Century - Stromberg and Laurence; 2. Beyond Domus and Oikos: Kinship Studies and the Ancient Family - Harders; 3. Taking a Wider View: Greco-Roman Families and Political Demography - Hin; 4. The Classical Oikos as a Site for Intersectionality - Sjoberg; 5. Depictions of Women and Children in pre-Classical Corinth - Avramidou; 6. The Concept of Kyreia in Classical Athens - Hartmann; 7. Family Dynamics and the Seleucid Dynasty - Coloru; 8. Not the Oikos: Priesthoods and Succession in Classical Athens - Bubelis; 9. Woman as the Pillar of the Family in Greek Funerary Epigrams - Kotlinska-Toma; 10. Family Relationships in Iron Age and Early Roman Veneto - Perego; 11. Etruscan Families: The Dead and the Living; 12. Family Advisory Councils in the Roman Republic - Johnston; 13. Female Workers in Aristocratic Columbaria - Penner; 14. Pompeian Painting and Domestic Emotions - Kampen; 15. Children in Antiquity in the 21st Century - Golden.