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Sources in Translation and Atlases:

  • Cameron, A. and A. Kuhrt (edd.). Images of Women in Antiquity (Detroit: Wayne State U 1983). paper [HQ 1127 .I43] essays
  • Cornell, T. and Matthews, J., Atlas of the Roman World (NY: Facts on File 1982). [DG 77 .C597]
  • Grant, M., Atlas of Ancient History: 1700 B.C. to 565 A.D. (NY: Dorset Press [ 1971] 1985)
  • Jones, A. H. M, A History of Rome through the Fifth Century 2 vols. (NY: Harper-Row 1968). translations, with introductions and bibliographies
  • Lefkowitz, M. R. and Maureen B. Fant, Women's Life in Greece and Rome: A Source Book in Translation (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 1982).
  • Levi, Peter (ed.). Atlas of the Greek World (NY: Facts on File 1980).
  • Wiedemann, Thomas (ed.). Greek and Roman Slavery (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 1981). paper [HT 863 .G73 1981] translations of relevant documents, inscriptions especially
  • A.W.H. Adkins and Peter White (edd.), The Greek Polis. [University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization, 1] (1986).
  • W.E. Kaegi, Jr. and Peter White, Rome: Late Republic and Principate [University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization, 2] (1986).
  • K.F. Morrison, The Church in the Roman Empire [University of Chicago Readings in Western Civilization, 3] (1986).

General Works:

  • Andrewes, Antony, The Greeks (NY: Norton 1967).
  • Adkins, A.H.C., Merit and Responsibility (Oxford 1960; Norton paperback).
  • De Romilly, Jacqueline, The Rise and Fall of States, according to Greek Authors (U. Michigan, 1977)
  • Eyben, Emiel, "Old Age in Greco-Roman Antiquity and Early Christianity: An Annotated Select Bibliography," Old Age in Greek and Latin Literature [ed. Thomas M. Falkner and Judith de Luce] (Albany: SUNY Press 1989), 230-251. [PA 3015 .O43O43 1989]
  • Gentili, B. and Cerri, G., History and Biography in Ancient Thought (Amsterdam 1988).
  • Comotti, Giovanni, Music in Greek and Roman Culture (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins ).pb.
  • Dobson, J. F., Ancient Education and its meaning to us (NY: Cooper Square 1963)
  • Finley, M. I., Ancient Slavery and Modern Ideology (Penguin pb. 1980).
  • Finley, M. I., The Ancient Economy (London 1973).
  • Finley, M. I., Ancient History: Evidence and Models (Penguin pb. 1987).
  • Hammond, N. G. L., History of Greece, to 322 B.C. 2nd ed. (Oxford UP). paper
  • Hands, A. R., Charities and Social Aid in Greece and Rome (Ithaca: Cornell 1968).
  • Harris, W. V., Ancient Literacy (Cambridge: Harvard 1989) [PA 53 .H37 1989] paper
  • Hart, J. Herodotus and Greek History (London 1982).
  • Hill, Donald, A History of Engineering in Classical and Medieval Times (Peru, Illinois: Open Court Pub. Co., 1984). paper
  • Hunter, Virginia, Past and Present in Herodotus and Thucydides (Princeton 1982).
  • Jaeger, Werner, Paideia 3 vols [on education: good for gymnasia too]
  • Kagan, Donald (ed.), Problems in Ancient History, Volume I, The Ancient Near East and Greece (Macmillan pb. 1975); Volume II, The Romans.
  • Landels, J. G., Engineering in the Ancient World (Berkeley/ LA: U. Calif. 1978).pb.
  • Lesky, Albin, A History of Greek Literature 2nd ed. (NY: Thomas Crowell 1963)
  • Lintott, A., Violence, Civil Strife and Revolution in the Classical City (London: Croom Helm 1982). [JC 328.2 ]
  • Marrou, H. I, The History of Education in Antiquity
  • McDowell, D. M., Spartan Law (Edinburgh, 1986).
  • Nielsen, Inge, Thermae and Balnea. The Architecture and Cultural History of Roman Public Baths (Aarhus: Aarhus UP 1990 2 vols.
  • Richlin, Amy (ed.), Pornography and Representation in Greece and Rome (Oxford 1992).
  • Woodman, A. J., Rhetoric in Classical Historiography (Portland Ore.: Areopagitica Press 1988). [DG 205] (essays on Thucydides, Cicero, Sallust and Livy, Tacitus)
  • Yegul, Fikret, Baths and Bathing in Classical Antiquity (Cambridge Mass.: MIT Press 1992).
  • Rose, H.J., A Handbook of Greek Literature (NY: Dutton 1960)

Middle East and Biblical:

  • Albright, W. F., From the Stone Age to Christianity (Garden city NY: Doubleday 1957).
  • Finegan, J., Archaeological History of the Ancient Middle East (NY: Dorset 1979)
  • Friedman, R. E., Who wrote the Bible? (NY: Harper and Row 1988)
  • Grant, Michael, The History of Ancient Israel (NY: Scribners 1984). [DS 117 .G894 1984]
  • Harrison, R. K., Introduction to the Old Testament (Grand Rapids: William B. Eerdmans Pub. Co. 1969).
  • Hillers, Delbert R., Covenant: The History of a Biblical Idea (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins pb)
  • Smaith, Sidney, Babylonian Historical Texts relating to the Capture and Downfall of Babylon (London 1924).
  • Speiser, E.A., The Anchor Bible: Genesis (NY: Doubleday 1964)
  • McGrath, Alister E., In the Beginning: The Story of the King James Bible and how It Changed a Nation, a Language and a Culture (NY: Doubleday 2001).
  • Bobride, Benson, Wide as the Waters: The Story of the English Bible and the Revolution It Inspired (NY: Simon and Schuster 2001).
  • Nicolson, Adam God's Secretaries: The Making of the King James Bible (NY: Harper Collins 2003).

Mycenaean World (1900-1200 B.C.)

  • History of the Hellenic World: Prehistory and Protohistory, (to 1100 B.C.). (University Park: Pennsylvania State Univ. Press 1975?)
  • Cadogan, G., Palaces of Minoan Crete (London 1976).
  • Chadwick, J. The Decipherment of Linear B 2nd ed. (Cambridge 1967)
  • Chadwick, John, The Mycenaean World (Cambridge CUP 1976).paper
  • Finley, M. I., The World of Odysseus 2nd ed (Penguin 1979).paper
  • Matz, F., The Art of Crete and Early Greece (NY 1962).
  • Mylonas, G., Mycenae and the Mycenaean Age (Princeton PUP 1966).
  • Palmer, Leonard R. Mycenaeans and Minoans 2nd ed. (London 1965).
  • Taylour, Lord William, The Mycenaeans (London 1964).
  • Vermeule, Emily, Greece in the Bronze Age
  • Wace, A.J.B. and Stubbings, F.H., A Companion to Homer (London: Macmillan 1962)

HOMER: the Epic

  • Bloom, Harold (ed.), Homer's The Iliad (NY Chelsea House 1987) [Modern Critical Interpretations].
  • Bloom, Harold (ed.), Homer's The Odyssey (NY Chelsea House 1987) [Modern Critical Interpretations].
  • Clarke, Howard W., The Art of the Odyssey (Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall 1967).
  • Clay, Jenny, The Wrath of Athena: Gods and Men in the Odyssey (Princeton PUP 1983).
  • Edwards, Mark, Homer, Poet of the Iliad (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins pb)
  • Felson_Rubin, Nancy, Regarding Penelope: From Character to Poetics (Princeton UP ).
  • Finley, M. I., The World of Odysseus 2nd ed. (Chatto 1977) Penguin pb.
  • Griffin, Jasper, Homer (NY Oxford 1980) paper.
  • Hainsworth, J. B., Homer (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1969).
  • King, Katherine Callen, Achilles: Paradigms of the War Hero from Homer to the Middle Ages (LA: U. Calif. 1987) paper
  • King, Katherine Cullen (ed.) Homer (Hamden CT Garland 1994)
  • Kirk, Geoffrey, Homer and the Epic (1965).
  • Lamberton, Robert, Homer the Theologian: Neoplatonist Allegorical Reading and the Growth of the Epic Tradition (LA: U. Calif. 1986)
  • Martin, Richard P., The Language of Heroes: Speech and Performance in the `Iliad' (Ithaca: Cornell 199 ).
  • Morrison, James V., Homeric Misdirection: False Predictions in the Iliad (U. Michigan 1992).
  • Nagy, Gregory, The Best of the Achaeans: Concepts of the Hero in Archaic Greek Poetry (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins)
  • Page, Denys, The Homeric Odyssey (Oxford: Clarendon Press 1955).
  • Peradotto, John, Man in the Middle Voice: Name and Narration in the Odyssey (Princeton: Princeton U P 1990).
  • Pratt, Louise H., Lying and Poetry from Homer to Pindar (U. Michigan, 1993).
  • Tracy, Stephen V., The Story of the Odyssey (Princeton: Princeton U P 1990). paper
  • Wace, Alan J. B. and Frank H. Stubbings, A Companion to Homer (NY Macmillan 1962).
  • Whitman, Cedric H., Homer and the Heroic Tradition (NY Norton 1965; Cambridge Mass. Harvard UP 1958).
  • Wood, Michael, In Search of the Trojan War (NY: New American Library 1985) paper [Library: DF 221 .T8W66]
  • Woodford, Susan, The Trojan War in Ancient Art (Cambridge/Cornell).
  • Zanker, Graham, The Heart of Achilles: Characterization and Personal Ethics in the Iliad (U. Michigan 1994).

Archaic Age Greece (800-490)

  • History of the Hellenic World: The Archaic Period (University Park: Pennsylvania State Univ. Press 1975)
  • Andrewes, A., The Greek Tyrants (NY: Harper and Row 1956). paper
  • Burn, A. R., Persia and the Greeks (NY: St. Martin's 1962; Minerva Paperbacks)
  • Burn, A.R., The Lyric Age of Greece (NY 1960).
  • Crawford, M. and D. Whitehead, Archaic and Classical Greece: A selection of ancient sources in translation (Cambridge 1983).[DF 213]
  • Finley, M. I., Early Greece: The Bronze and Archaic Ages (NY: Norton 1970). paper
  • Grant, Michael, The Rise of the Greeks (NY Collier 1987). paper
  • Jeffery, L. H., Archaic Greece. The City-States, c. 700-500 B.C. (London 1976).
  • Murray, O., Early Greece (Glasgow: Fontana-Collins 1980). paper [0-00-633348-6]
  • McGlew, James F., Tyranny and Political Culture in Ancient Greece (Cambridge ).
  • Snodgrass, Antony, Archaic Greece: The Age of Experiment (U Calif. pb. 1981)
  • Starr, Chester G., The Economic and Social Growth of Early Greece, 800-500 B.C. (Oxford: OUP 1977). paper [HC 37 .S7 ]
  • Starr, Chester G., Individual and Community: The Rise of the Polis, 800-500 B.C. (NY: Oxford 1986). JC73 .S68
  • Vermeule, E., Aspects of Death in Early Greek Art and Poetry (Berkeley/LA: U Calif. 1979). paper

Classical Greece (490-300)

  • Boardman, J., Griffin, J., and Murray, O. (edd.). Greece and the Hellenistic World (Oxford 1988). [Oxford History of the Classical World, paper 0-09-282165-2] [DE 59 .O94 1988]
  • Brickhouse, Thomas, Plato's Socrates (Oxford 1993).
  • Connor, W. R., Thucydides (Princeton 1984). paper [0-691-10239-2]
  • Davies, J.K, Democracy and Classical Greece 2nd ed. (Harvard UP ) paper
  • Dover, K.J., Aristophanic Comedy (Berkeley U Calif 1972).
  • Dover, K.J., Greek Homosexuality (Cambridge: Harvard 1978, 1989).
  • Dynes, Wayne and Donaldson, Stephen, Homosexuality in the Ancient World (Hamden CT: Garland 1992) [27 articles]
  • Ehrenberg, V., The People of Aristophanes 2nd ed. (Oxford 1951).
  • Ehrenberg, Viktor, From Solon to Socrates 2nd ed. (NY: University Paperbacks (Methuen). 1973). paper
  • Euben, J. P. (ed.). Greek Tragedy and Political Theory (Berkeley/LA: U Calif. 1988). paper [PA 3136 .G58 1986]
  • Evans, J.A.S., Herodotus, Explorer of the Past: Three Essays (Princeton: PUP 1991). [D56.52 .H45E93 1991].
  • Garner, Richard, Law and Society in Classical Athens (NY: St Martins 1987).
  • Gera, Deborah Levine, Xenophon's Cyropaedia: Style, Genre and Literary Technique (Oxford 1993).
  • Hansen, Victor Davis (ed.), Hoplites: The Classical Greek Battle Experience (U Texas )
  • Harriott, Rosemary, Aristophanes, poet and dramatist (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 1986). [PA 3879 .H35]
  • Hatzopoulos, Miltos B. and Loukopoulos, Louisa D. (edd.), Philip of Macedon (Athens: Ekdotike Athenon 1980).
  • Humphries, S.C., The Family, Women, and Death: Comparative Studies 2nd ed. (U.Mich. 1993)
  • Jones, A.H.M, Athenian Democracy (Oxford: Basil Blackwell; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins pb)
  • Just, Roger, Women in Athenian Law and Life (NY: Routledge 1989) [HQ 1134 . J87]
  • Kagan, Donald, Pericles of Athens and the Birth of Democracy: The Triumph of Vision in Leadership (NY: Simon and Schuster 1991) [DF 228 .P4K34 1991b] [Harper Torchbooks paperback]
  • Kraut, Richard, Socrates and the State (Princeton 1984) paper
  • Lacey, W. K., The Family in Classical Greece (Ithaca: Cornell 1968). paper
  • Loraux, Nicole, The Invention of Athens: The Funeral Oration in the Classical City (Harvard 1986).
  • Navia, Luis E. and Ellen Katz, Socrates: An Annotated Bibliography (Hamden CT: Garland 1988).
  • Parke, H. W., Festivals of the Athenians (Ithaca: Cornell 1977).
  • Podlecki, Anthony, The Life of Themistocles (Montreal 1975).
  • Pomeroy, Sarah B. (ed.), Xenophon: Oeconomicus: A Social and Historical Commentary, with a new English Translation (Oxford 1993).
  • Roberts, J.W., City of Sokrates: An Introduction to Classical Athens (London/NY: Routledge and Kegan Paul 1984). paper [DF 275 .R62 1984]
  • Segal, Erich (ed.). Greek Tragedy: Modern Essays in Criticism (NY: Harper and Row 1983). [PA 3133 .G68 1984]
  • Waters, K. H., Herodotus the Historian (Norman: U. Oklahoma 1985).
  • Westlake, H. D., Individuals in Thucydides (Cambridge 1968).
  • Bowen, Alan C. (ed.) Science and Philosophy in Classical Greece (Hamden CT: Garland 1991).

DRAMA: A Brief Bibliography

  • Arnott, Peter, An Introduction to the Greek Theatre (Bloomington: Indiana U P 1959). paper
  • Beacham, Richard C., The Roman Theatre and its Influence (Harvard UP 1992).
  • Bowie, A.M., Aristophanes: Myth, Ritual and Comedy (Cambridge Press)
  • Burnett, Anne P., Catastrophe Surveyed: Euripides' Plays of Mixed Reversal (NY Oxford 1971) [Library: PA 3978 .B8] paper
  • Cornford, F.M., The Origin of Attic Comedy (with a new Introduction by Jeffrey Henderson) (1914) (augmented reprint: U. Mich. 1993)
  • Euben, J. Peter, Greek Tragedy and Political Theory (LA U. Cal. 1986) paper (a collection of essays) [Library: PA 3136 .G58]
  • Gregory, Justina, Euripides and the Instruction of the Athenians (U. Michigan 1991).
  • Jones, John, On Aristotle and Greek Tragedy (NY Oxford 1962) paper
  • Knox, Bernard, Word and Action: Essays on the Ancient Theater (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins)
  • Knox, Bernard, Essays Ancient and Modern (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins pb.)
  • Knox, Bernard, The Heroic Temper: Studies in Sophoclean Tragedy (Berkeley: U. Calif. 1966).
  • Lefkowitz, Mary, Women in Greek Myth (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 198 ).
  • Levi, Peter, "Greek Drama," in The Oxford History of the Classical World (NY Oxford 1986), pp. 156-185. [Library: DE 59 .O94 1986]
  • Ley, Graham, A Short Introduction to the Ancient Greek Theater (Chicago: U Chicago 1991).
  • Lloyd-Jones, Hugh, The Justice of Zeus 2nd ed. (Berkeley: U Calif. 1984).
  • Rabinowitz, Nancy Sorkin, Anxiety Veiled: Euripides and the Traffic in Women (Ithaca: Cornell 199 ).
  • Scodel, Ruth (ed.), Theater and Society in the Classical World (U. Michigan 1993).
  • Taplin, Oliver, Greek Tragedy in Action (London 1978).
  • Taplin, Oliver, The Stagecraft of Aeschylus (Oxford 1977).
  • Winnington-Ingram, R. P., Studies in Aeschylus (NY Cambridge 1983) paper [Library: PA 3829 ]
  • Zimmermann, Bernhard (tr. Thomas Marier), Greek Tragedy: An Introduction (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins )

Hellenistic Greece (330-300 A.D.)

  • Austin, M. M. (ed.). The Hellenistic World from Alexander to the Roman Conquest: A Selection of Ancient Sources in Translation (Cambridge CUP 1981). paper [DF 222 .A ]
  • Asmis, Elizabeth, Epicurus' Scientific Method (Ithaca: Cornell, 199 ).
  • Grant, Michael, From Alexander to Cleopatra: The Hellenistic World (NY Scribners 1982). paper [DE 86 .G73]
  • Martin, L. H., Hellenistic Religions: An Introduction (NY: Oxford University Press 1987). paper [BL 722 .M33 1987]
  • Mitsis, Phillip, Epicurus' Ethical Theory: The Pleasures of Invulnerability (Ithaca: Cornell, 199 ).
  • Pomeroy, S. B., Women in Hellenistic Egypt, from Alexander to Cleopatra (NY: Schocken 1984). [HQ 1137 .E3P65 1984]
  • Walbank, Frank, The Hellenistic World revised edition (Harvard UP ) paper

Early Rome: Monarchy (754-510 B.C.)

  • Heurgon, Jacques, The Rise of Rome, to 264 B.C. (London 1973)
  • Lewis, N. and M. Reinhold (edd.), Roman Civilization: Sourcebook I: The Republic (NY: Harper and Row 1955).paper
  • Ogilvie, R. M., Early Rome and the Etruscans (Glasgow: Fontana Collins 1976). paper [0-00-633349-4]
  • Pallottino, Massimo, A History of Earliest Italy (U. Mich., 1991)

Early Republic (510-270)

  • Adcock, F.E., Roman Political Ideas and Practice (Ann Arbor: U. Michigan 1959). paper
  • Watson, Alan, Roman Private Law around 200 B.C. (Edinburgh 1971).
  • Jolowitz, H. and Nicholas, B., Historical Introduction to the Study of Roman Law 3rd ed. (Cambridge: CUP 1972).

Wars of Overseas Conquest (270-146)

  • Errington, R., The Dawn of Empire: Rome's Rise to World Power (Ithaca: Cornell 1972).
  • Dorey, T.A. and D.R. Dudley, Rome Against Carthage: A History of the Punic Wars (Garden City NY: Doubleday 1972)
  • Boardman, J., Griffin, J., and Murray, O. (edd.). The Roman World (Oxford 1988). [Oxford History of the Classical World, paper 0-09-282166-0]

Late Republic (146-30 B.C.)

  • Crook, John, Law and Life of Rome (Ithaca: Cornell 1967).paper
  • Dudley, D. R., Lucretius (NY Basic Books 196 ). essays
  • Duff, J. W., The Literary History of Rome, Vol. I: From the Origins to the Close of the Golden Age (rev. and ed. by A.M. Duff). (NY 1953).
  • Earl, Donald, The Moral and Political Tradition of Rome (Ithaca: Cornell 1967)
  • Lacey, W.K. and B.W.J.G. Wilson (ed.). Res Publica: Roman Politics and Society according to Cicero (Oxford 1970).paper
  • Laistner, M. L., The Greater Roman Historians (Berkeley/LA: U Calif. 1947).
  • Rose, H. J. A Handbook of Latin Literature (NY: Dutton 1960).paper
  • Scullard, H.H., Festivals and Ceremonies of the Roman Republic (Ithaca: Cornell 1981).

Early Empire (30 B.C. -96 A.D.)

  • Braund, David C., Augustus to Nero: A Sourcebook on Roman History 31 B.C. – A. D. 68 (Totowa NJ: Barnes and Noble 1985). [Library: DG 277.5 .B73 1985]
  • Dorey, T.A. (ed.). Latin Biography (NY: Basic Books 1967). essays on Nepos, Plutarch, Suetonius
  • Dorey, T.A. (ed.). Latin Historians (NY: Basic Books 196 ). essays on Polybius, Caesar, Sallust, Livy, Ammianus, Bede
  • Gardner, Jane F. and Thomas Wiedemann, The Roman Household: A Sourcebook (NY: Routledge 1991) paper
  • Garzetti, A., From Tiberius to the Antonines: A History of the Roman Empire AD 14-192 (London: Methuen 1974). [DG 276 .G3713 1974]
  • Johnson, W. R., Momentary Monsters :Lucan and His Heroes (Ithaca: Cornell 199 ).
  • Lewis, N. and M. Reinhold (edd.), Roman Civilization: Sourcebook II: The Empire (NY Harper and Row 1955).paper
  • Lintott, Andrew, Imperium Romanum: Politics and Administration (U. Texas ).
  • Petit, P. Pax Romana (London: Batsford 1976).
  • Starr, Chester G., The Roman Empire: A Study in Survival (Oxford 1982). paper

Golden Age of the Empire (96-180 A.D.)

  • Birley, A., Marcus Aurelius (Boston: Little Brown, 1966; 2nd ed. 1986).
  • Champlin, Edward, Fronto and Antonine Rome (Cambridge: Harvard 1980).
  • Perowne, Stewart, Hadrian (London: Holder and Stoughton 1960).
  • McDermott, William C. and Orentzel, Anne E., Roman Portraits: The Flavian-Trajanic Period (Columbia: U. Missouri 1979). [biographical portraits: Library Call number: DG 291.6 .M32]
  • Millar, Fergus (ed.).The Roman Empire and its Neighbours (NY Delacorte 1967).
  • Thompson, Lloyd A., Romans and Blacks (Norman: Univ. of Oklahoma Press; NY: Routledge, 1989). [DG 190 .T48 1989]


  • Brooke, Christopher, Monasteries of the World: The Rise and Development of the Monastic Tradition (London: Paul Elek 1974). [BX 2470 .B76 1982]
  • Bernstein, Alan E., The Formation of Hell: Death and Retribution in the Ancient and Early Christian Worlds (Cambridge UP/Cornell).
  • Brandon, S.G.F., The Trial of Jesus of Nazareth (New York: Dorset 1968).
  • Crossan, John D., The Historical Jesus (San Francisco: Harpers Collins 1991).
  • Crossan, John D., Who Killed Jesus? (San Francisco: Harpers 1995).
  • Finegan, Jack, The Archaeology of the New Testament (Princeton 1969).
  • Grant, Michael, Jesus: An Historian's Review of the Gospels (NY Scribners 1977).
  • Frend, W.H.C., The Rise of Christianity (Philadelphia: Fortress Press 1984). paper [BR 162.2 .F733 1984]
  • Meeks, Wayne A., The Origins of Christian Morality (New Haven: Yale UP, 19 ).
  • McDonald, L. M., The Formation of the Christian Biblical Canon (Peabody MA: Hendrickson Publ Co. 1995).
  • Nock, A.D., Conversion (Oxford OUP 1933)
  • Pelikan, Jaroslav, Christianity and Classical Culture (New Haven: Yale UP, 199 ).
  • Perrin, Norman, The New Testament: An Introduction (NY: Harcourt Brace Jovanovich 1974). [paper 0-15-565725-9]
  • Ayerst, David and Fisher , A.S.T., Records of Christianity, Volume I: The Church in the Roman Empire (Oxford: Basil Blackwell, ca. 1971-77). [BR 142 .R4 vol. 2]
  • Richardson, Cyril C. (ed.), Early Christian Fathers (NY: Macmillan 1970). [translations]
  • Robinson, James M. (ed.), The Nag Hammadi Library (NY: Harper and Row 1977). paper
  • Stemberger, Günther Jewish Contemporaries of Jesus: Pharisees, Sadducees, Essenes (Fortress Press)
  • Wells, G.A., Who Was Jesus: A Critique of the New Testament Record (Peru, Illinois: Poen Court Pub. Co. 1989). paper
  • Wenham, David, Paul: Follower of Jesus or Founder of Christianity? (Grand Rapids MI: Eerdmans 1995).
  • Wilson, Ian, Jesus: The Evidence (NY: Harper and Row 1984). paper [BT 303.2 .W54]
  • Wilson, Stephen G., Related Strangers: Jews and Christians, 70-170 C.E. (Fortress Press)

Later Periods:

  • Wood, Michael, In Search of the Dark Ages (NY: Facts on File 1987). [DA 135 .W83 1987]

Roman Social History: Women, men, sex, kids

  • Balsdon, J.P.V.D., Roman Women: Their History and Habits (NY Barnes and Noble 1962).pb
  • Bing, Peter and Cohen Rip, Games of Venus: An Anthology of Greek and Roman Erotic Verse, from Sappho to Ovid (London and NY: Routledge 1991).
  • Bradley, Keith, Discovering the Roman Family: Studies in Roman Social History (Oxford 1991).
  • Cameron, A. and Kuhrt, A., Images of Women in Antiquity (Detroit: Wayne State 1983). pb
  • Deab-Jones, Lesley, Women's Bodies in Classical Greek Science (Oxford 1993).
  • Demand, Nancy, Birth, Death and Motherhood in Classical Greece (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins ).
  • Dexter, Miriam Robbins, Whence the Goddesses: A Source Book (NY Macmillan-Pergamon Press 1990). [BL 473.5 .D48]
  • Dixon, Suzanne, The Roman Mother (NY: Routledge, 19 ).
  • Evans, John K. War, Women and Children in Ancient Rome (London and NY: Routledge 1991.)
  • Halperin, David M., One Hundred Years of Homosexuality, and other Essays on Greek Love (NY: Routledge 1989).
  • Hopkins, M. K, "The Age of Roman Girls at Marriage," Population Studies 18 (1965). 309-327.
  • Just, Roger, Women in Athenian Law and Life (London and NY: Routledge 1989.
  • Katz, Marylin A., Penelope's Renown: Meaning and Indeterminacy in the Odyssey (Princeton: PUP 1991). [PA 4170 .P46 K38 1991]
  • Konstantin, David, Sexual Symmetry: Love in the Ancient Novel and Related Genres (Princeton ).
  • Loraux, Nicole, The children of Athena: Athenian Ideas about Citizenship and the Division between the Sexes (Princeton ).
  • Lefkowitz, Mary R. and Fant, Maureen B., Women's Life in Greece and Rome: A Source Book in Translation (Baltimore: Johns Hopkins 1982) pb
  • Olson, Carl (editor), The Book of the Goddess, Past and Present (New York: Crossroad 1989) (reprint of 1983 ed.). [BL 473.5 B66 1983]
  • Peradotto, J. and Sullivan, J. P. Women in the Ancient World: The Arethusa Papers (Albany: SUNY 1984) pb
  • Pomeroy, Sarah B. Women in Hellenistic Egypt, from Alexander to Cleopatra (NY: Schocken 1984.)
  • Pomeroy, Sarah B., Goddesses, Whores, Wives, and Slaves: Women in Classical Antiquity (NY: Schocken 1975 paper
  • Rawson, Beryl, "Family Life among the Lower Classes at Rome in the First Two Centuries of the Empire,"Classical Philology 61 (1966). 71-83.
  • Robb, Kevin, Literacy and Paideia in Ancient Greece (Oxford 1992).
  • Robins, Gay, Women in Ancient Egypt (Harvard UP ) paper
  • Sealey, Raphael, Women and Law in Classical Greece (Chapel Hill: U. North Carolina Press 1990).
  • Sissa, Giulia, Greek Virginity (Harvard UP 1990)
  • Strauss, Barry, Fathers and Sons in Athens: Ideology and Society in the Era of the Peloponnesian War (Princeton UP ).
  • Treggiari, Susan, Roman Marriage: Iusti coniuges from the Time of Cicero to the Time of Ulpian (Oxford 1991, paper 1993).
  • Wiedmemann, Thomas Adults and Children in the Roman Empire (New Haven: Yale, 1989).
  • Winkler, John, Constraints of Desire: The Anthropology of Sex and Gender in Ancient Greece (London and NY: Routledge 1989. [DF 93 .W56 1989] paperback


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