sabato 3 dicembre 2011

Polygamy Prostitutes and Death: The Hellenistic Dynasties


Polygamy Prostitutes and Death: The Hellenistic Dynasties
Daniel Ogden


POLYGAMY, PROSTITUTES AND DEATH. THE HELLENISTIC DYNASTIES
CONTENTS
LIST OF ILLUSTRATIONS
ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
ARGUMENT
Problems of polygamy and legitimacy
Further aspects of amphimetrism
Royal courtesans
Further aspects of evidence and presentation
Amphimetric disputes in the Greek world
Notes
Part I. POLYGAMY AND DEATH IN THE MACEDONIAN AND HELLENISTIC COURTS
1. ARGEAD MACEDON
The family of Alexander I
The family of Perdiccas II
The family of Archelaus
The family of Amyntas III
The family of Philip II
Alexander as a divine bastard
Notes
2. ALEXANDER
Notes
3. CASSANDER AND LYSIMACHUS
The family of Cassander
The family of Lysimachus
Notes
4. THE PTOLEMIES
Ptolemy as the bastard son of Philip
The family of Ptolemy I Soter
The family of Ptolemy II Philadelphus
The family of Ptolemy III Euergetes I
The family of Ptolemy IV Philopator
The family of Ptolemy V Epiphanes Eucharistos
The generation of Cleopatra II and Ptolemies VI and VIII
The family of Ptolemy VIII Euergetes II Tryphon (Physcon, Cacergetes)
The families of Ptolemies IX Philometor II Soter II Lathyrus and X Alexander I
The family of Ptolemy XII Neos Dionysos Philopator II Philadelphus II Auletes
The family of Cleopatra VII
Notes
5. THE SELEUCIDS
Seleucus I Nicator as a bastard
The family of Antiochus I Soter
The family of Antiochus II Theos
The family of Seleucus II Callinicus Pogon
The family of Antiochus III the Great
The families of Seleucus IV, Antiochus IV Epiphanes and Laodice
The family of Antiochus IV Epiphanes
The family of Demetrius I Soter
The family of Cleopatra Thea
Alexander Zabinas
The family of Antiochus VIII Grypus
The family of Antiochus IX Cyzicenus
The family of Antiochus X Eusebes
The last Seleucids
Notes
6. THE ANTIGONIDS
The origin of Antigonus I Monophthalmos
The family of Antigonus I Monophthalmos
The family of Demetrius I Poliorcetes
The family of Antigonus II Gonatas
The family of Demetrius II Aetolicus
The reign of Antigonus III Doson
The family of Philip V
The family of Perseus
Andriscus, the 'Pseudo-Philip'
Notes
7. THE ATTALIDS
Philetaerus
The family of Attalus I
The family of Eumenes II
Aristonicus and Attalus III
Notes
Part II. HELLENISTIC ROYAL COURTESANS
8. METHODOLOGY AND EVIDENCE
The major courtesans and the major courtesan-using kings
Some key sources
Notes
9. STATUS AND CAREER
Courtesans as wives, mothers and queens
The lifestyles of the royal courtesans
Careers
Ethnicity and origins
Names
Notes
10. COURTESANS AT WORK
Courtesans at work
Religious and public roles
Morality
Notes
Appendix 1. THE ACCOMMODATION OF THE ROYAL WIVES
Notes
Appendix 2. REPERTORIUM OF SOURCES FOR HELLENISTIC ROYAL COURTESANS
1. ARGEADS
2. PTOLEMIES
3. SELEUCIDS
4. ANTIGONIDS
5. ATTALIDS
Appendix 3. KING-LISTS
1. ARGEADS
2. CASSANDER
3. LYSIMACHUS
4. PTOLEMIES
5. SELEUCIDS
6. ANTIGONIDS
7. ATTALIDS
BIBLIOGRAPHY
Abbreviations: journals
Other abbreviations
Adams, W.L.
Babelon, E.
Berve, H.
Braund, D.
Carrata Thomes, F.
Dell, H.J.
Erskine, A.W.
Garoufalias, P.
Granier, F.
Hammond, N.G.L.
Henry, M.H.
Kahrstedt, U.
Leutsch, E.L., von and Schneidewin, F.G. (eds.)
Mago, U.
Momigliano, A.
Oikonomides, A.N.
Préaux, C.
Robins, G.
Schröder, B., Schrader, H. and Kolbe, W.
Tarn, W.W. and Griffith, G.T.
Volkmann, H.
Wilcken, U. (ed.)
INDEX
Achaemenids
Amytis/Mandane
Arrhidaeus, s. of Amyntas III
Cleopatra II
Eumenes II
Laodice (vi), w. of Antiochus the Son,Seleucus IV and Antiochus IV
Nysa, d. of Seleucus I, w. of Antiochus I (?)
Poseidippus
Stratonice, w. of Deiotarus

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