Sexuality and gender in Graeco-Roman antiquity has piqued the interest of historians in recent years. Unlike modern Western society, the lives of men and women were often separated into different social spheres in both public and private Greek and Roman society. Recent scholarship has devoted a lot of attention to same-sex friendships and erotic relationships between men in Graeco-Roman antiquity.
I have two bits about the Romans: the first is noted in the head for this posting and the second is about a chance to experience a Roman style classroom. Empire of Letters This January 8, 2019 news it ... Read more
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