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Vassal-queens and some contemporary women in the Roman empire

Grace Harriet Macurdy

Vassal-queens and some contemporary women in the Roman empire

by Grace Harriet Macurdy

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Published by The Johns Hopkins Press in Baltimore .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Queens,
  • Rome -- Provinces,
  • Rome -- History -- Empire, 30 B.C.-476 A.D

  • Edition Notes

    SeriesJohns Hopkins University studies in archaeology -- no. 22
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDG276.5 M3
    The Physical Object
    Pagination148p.
    Number of Pages148
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17903029M

    Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire. Baltimore: The Johns Hopkins Press, The Johns Hopkins University studies in archaeology, no. 22, edited by David M. Robinson.   Her books, Hellenistic Queens: A Study of Woman-Power in Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Ptolemaic Egypt () and Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire () were met with appreciative and, in a few instances, glowing reviews (though there was a tendency among her fellow ancient historians to regard powerful women in.

    Amphora: Two Pioneering Feminist Classicists: Grace Harriet Macurdy and Barbara F. McManus. and her Vassal Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire, also published by Hopkins in Macurdy’s research on these intriguing figures in Hellenistic and Roman history represented the first effort by a classical scholar, female or. Some Roman Contemporaries of the Vassal-Queens of the First Century Author: Dr. Grace Harriet Macurdy. Collection Title: Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire. ; The Legend of Cleopatra Author: Geoffrey Chaucer. Collection Title: “The Legend of Good Women.”. The Sorceress of the Nile Author: Henry Thomas.

    Vassal-Queens and Other Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire, 63– Baltimore: Macurdy describes in her own words the portrayal of Herodian women as they appear on the pages of Josephus. The difference between Josephus work and her analysis is not great. Reinach. Journal of Roman Studies 40– “The Living Legacy of Greece and Rome,” with Ruth Mary Weeks. In - A Cor related Curriculum, National Council of Teachers of English Monograph 5, comp. Ruth Mary Weeks, – New York: Appleton-Century. Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire. JohnsCited by: 1.


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Macurdy, Grace H. Vassal Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire, 84– Baltimore: Macurdy was and remains the foremost historian on Helenistic and Roman royal women. In this chapter Macurdy places Berenice within the. For the Johns Hopkins University Studies in Archaeology, she published Hellenistic Queens: A Study of Woman-Power in Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Ptolemaic Egypt in and Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire inbooks which have been reprinted several times and can still be found on reading lists in college.

Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire (John Hopkins Studies in Archaeology #22; Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, ), by Grace Harriet Macurdy (page images at HathiTrust) The Via Gabina Villas: Si 11, ed.

by Walter M. Widrig (illustrated HTML at Rice) Filed under: Rome -- History -- Flavians, Grace Harriet Macurdy (Septem – Octo ) was an American classicist, and the first American woman to gain a PhD from Columbia taught at Vassar College for 44 years, despite a lengthy conflict with Abby Leach, her first employer.

Macurdy eventually rose to become chair of the department of Greek before embarking upon an illustrious: international: Alma mater: Radcliffe College (BA), Columbia University. Two Studies on Women in Antiquity: Vassal Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire - Portraits of Royal Ladies on Greek Coins, Johns Hopkins Press, ; ASIN: BWUFYY0 Worldwide guide to women in leadership [1]Father: Pythodoros of Tralles.

Such evidence looms particularly large in her book on vassal queens, whose goal differs from that on Hellenistic queens. Vassal Queens and Some Contemporary Women in Author: Fiona Mchardy. Journal of Roman Studies 26 (1) The living legacy of Greece and Rome.

Co-authored by Ruth Mary Weeks. In A correlated curriculum: a report of the Committee on Correlation of the National Council of Teachers of English, New York: Appleton-Century. Vassal-queens and some contemporary women in the Roman Empire. Johns. Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire.

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and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire [Macurdy]); of women in the ancient world, –,–41, (see also Hellenistic Queens: A Study of Woman-Power in Macedonia, Seleucid Syria, and Ptol-emaic Egypt [Macurdy]; Vassal-Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire [Macurdy]; women).

See also literature Cited by: 1. Macurdy, Grace H. Vassal Queens and Some Contemporary Women in the Roman Empire, 84– Baltimore: Macurdy was and remains the foremost historian on Helenistic and Roman royal women. In this chapter Macurdy places Berenice within the Hellenisitc-Roman setting of gender-power relationships.

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