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Bibliography of Library Sources

1.  Balsdon, J.P.V.D.  Roman Women.  Greenwood Press:  Connecticut, 1962.

2.  Boswell, John Eastburn.  "Exposito and obligato:  the abandonment of children and the ancient and medieval family."  The American Historical Review 89 (Feb.  1984):  10-33.

3.  Bradley, Keith.  Discovering the Roman Family.  Oxford University Press:  New York, 1991.

4.  De Puma, Richard.  Roman Portraits.  The University of Iowa Museum of Art:  Iowa City, 1988.

5.  Dixon, Suzanne.  The Roman Family.  The John Hopkins University Press:  London, 1992.

6.  Dixon, Suzanne.  The Roman Mother.  University of Oklahoma Press:  Norman, 1988.

7.  Dixon, Suzanne.  "Polybius on Roman women and property."  American Journal of Philology 106 (Summer 1985):  147-170.

8.  Evans, John K.  War, Women, and Children in Ancient Rome.  Routledge:  New York, 1991.

9.  Fant, Maureen B. and Mary R. Lefokowitz.  Women's Life in Greece and Rome.  The Johns Hopkins University Press:  Maryland,  1982.

10.  Fanthem, Elaine.  Women in the Classical World.   Oxford University Press:  Oxford, 1994.

11.  Forbis, Elizabeth P.  "Women's image in honorary inscriptions."  American Journal of Philology 111 (Winter 1990):  493-512.

12.  Gardner, Jane F.  Being a Roman Citizen.  Routlage:  London, 1993.

13.  Gardner, Jane F.  Women in Roman Law and Society.  Indiana University Press: Indianapolis,  1986.

14.  Golden, Mark.  "Did the ancients care when their children died?"  Greece and Rome 35 (Oct. 1988):  152-163.

15.  Hallett, Judith P.  Fathers and Daughters in Roman Society.  Princeton University Press:  New Jersey,  1984.

16.  Hallett, Judith P.  and Marilyn B. Skinner.  Roman Sexualities.  Princeton University Press:  New Jersey, 1998.

17.  Harris, W.V.  "Child exposure in the Roman Empire."  The Journal of Roman Studies 84 (1994):  1-22.

18.  Henry, Madeline M.  "Some recent work on women and the family in Greek and Roman antiquity."  Journal of Family History 14 (1989):  63-77.

19.  Hopkins, Keith.  Death and Renewal.  Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1983.

20.  Hopkins, Keith.  "Everyday life for the Roman schoolboy."  History Today 43 (Oct. 1993):  25-30.

21.  Kertzer, David L. and Richard P. Saller.  The Family in Italy.  Yale University Press:  London, 1991.

22.  Martin, Dale B.  "The construction  of the ancient family:  methodological considerations."  The Journal of Roman Studies 86 (1996):  40-60.

23.  Rawson, Beryl.  The Family in Ancient Rome.  Cornell University Press:  New York, 1986.

24.  Rawson, Beryl and Paul Weaver.  The Roman Family in Italy.  Claredon Press:  Oxford, 1997.

25.   Saller, Richard.  Patriarchy, Property, and Death in the Roman Family.  Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 1994.

26.  Saller, Richard P.  "Men's age at marriage and its consequences in the Roman family."  Classical Philology 82 (Jan. 1987):  21-34.

27.  Scheidel, Walter.  "The most silent women of Greece and Rome;  rural labour and women's life in the ancient world."  Greece and Rome 42 (1995):  202-217.

28.  Shelton, Jo Ann.  As the Romans Did.  Oxford Press:  New York, 1988.

29.  Syme, Ronald Sir.  "Dynastic marriages in Roman aristocracy."  Diogenes no135 (Fall 1986):  1-10.

30.  Wallace-Hadrill, Andrew.  Houses and Society in Pompeii and Herculaneum.  Princeton University Press:  New Jersey, 1994.

31.  Wiedemann, Thomas.  Adults and Chilren in the Roman Empire.  Yale University; London:  1989.


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