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Warrior Women: The Anonymous Tractatus De Mulieribus (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum) epub

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Warrior Women: The Anonymous Tractatus De Mulieribus (Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum) epub

ISBN: 9004106650

ISBN13: 978-9004106659

Author: D Gera

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Language: English

Publisher: Brill (January 1, 1997)

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ISBN 13: 9789004106659. Publication Date: 1/1/1997.

This study analyzes the anonymous Tractatus de Mulieribus, a brief, virtually unknown Greek work, telling of fourteen outstanding women . The times, methods, and purposes of the anonymous author are also investigated.

This study analyzes the anonymous Tractatus de Mulieribus, a brief, virtually unknown Greek work, telling of fourteen outstanding women, Greek and barbarian, notable for their intelligence, initiative and courage. The first part of the book is a comprehensive introduction to the treatise and includes - in addition to the original text and an English translation - an examination of both the content and form of. De Mulieribus, particularly as a catalogue of women.

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Tractatus De Mulieribus Claris In Bello is a short ancient Greek work by an anonymous author, which discusses fourteen famous ancient women, of whom one is not otherwise attested. Despite the title, not all of the women discussed are warriors, and only a few are portrayed as skilled military strategists

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Women on the Edge of Ancient War. Although these are both fine books, neither has a great deal to say about women and . Citation: Barton C. Hacker. Although these are both fine books, neither has a great deal to say about women and war, nor indeed about ancient military institutions and warfare in general.

This study analyzes the anonymous Tractatus de Mulieribus, a brief, virtually unknown Greek work, telling of fourteen outstanding women, Greek and barbarian, notable for their intelligence, initiative and courage.The first part of the book is a comprehensive introduction to the treatise and includes - in addition to the original text and an English translation - an examination of both the content and form of De Mulieribus, particularly as a catalogue of women. The times, methods, and purposes of the anonymous author are also investigated. Commentary-essays on the individual women then follow. A wide variety of sources are utilized in order to sketch the fullest possible portrait of each of these lively women.This book, the very first study of De Mulieribus, is a useful introduction to a remarkable treatise.