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Ancient Greek Women and the Effects of Medicine, Law, and Architecture

of Greek culture to glean hints as to how a woman interacted in this male-dominated world....

Women's Roles Thorough History: Ancient Times Through 1600

children to term, nurse them, and are endowed with a combination of hormones that render them the desirable caretakers. While wom...

Role of the Feminine in Ancient Creation Myth

males. In both "Enuma Elish" and in Hesiods mythology, the Earth goddess is described in terms of motherhood. Tiamet first rages a...

Connectivity, External and Internal Drive Bays

front panel." Kozierok (2001) also explains that the term "external drive bay" is a "bit of a misnomer" in that the term ex...

Western Civilization and Its Ancient Influences

be the hub of all cultures and each harbored great concentrations of people. As people and cultures evolved they radiated from th...

Ethiopian Romance by Heliodorus

in Charicleia, who is a long-lost princess of an Ethiopian queen, even though she appears to be white. Heliodorus relates that her...

Creative Dialogue on Cultural Discourse

In five pages a dialogue between an ancient Roman character and one from ancient Greece is developed with and exchange of cultural...

Ancient Rome, Ancient Egypt, and Women's Roles

time expresses: "Rank creates its rules: A woman is asked about her husband, A man is asked about his rank" (Callender 12). By fa...

Analysis of Greek Funerary Statue

intended for this statue (Woodford, 1986). The initial response of this writer/tutor to the statue was that I was taken with the...

GREECE AND POLITICS - 2000-2004

the 2000 election saw the diminishing of PASOKs power, while the 2004 election put the final nail of that power in the coffin. OVE...

Contemporary World and Financial Management Study

In five pages this paper considers the importance of financial management study which includes such topics as the Balkan Islands' ...

Women's Roles in 'The Iliad' and 'The Odyssey' by Homer

In 6 pages this paper analyzes how women's roles in these works by Homer reflect the cultural perceptions of women in ancient Gree...

Strong Women in Ancient Greek Theatre

the "sheet-anchors," i.e., the weapons that will be their salvation (Aristophanes). Lysistrata gathers together women from all o...

Ismene as the Foil in Sophocles’ Tragedy Antigone

Antigone is a rebel who is willing to defy King Creon in order to accord her brother Polynices with the proper burial his twin Ete...

Power Structure Issues in Ancient Greece

157). Nizynska (2001) writes about Greek mythology as follows: "...both Ovid and Herbert wrote under repressive regimes, and both ...

Ancient Greek Literature and Gender Distinctions

out what women were like because of the way in which history is written. Dependent on what is studied, it seems that some texts l...

'The Battle of Frogs and Mice' An Ancient Greek Poetic Analysis

until a water snake slithered by. Panicked and briefly forgetting about the traveler on his back, Puff-jaw dove, which threw the ...

Plato/Apology of Socrates

Clouds by Aristophanes. Reasonably, Socrates points out that the character in the play speaks nonsense and should not be confused...

The Right to Private Property in the Constitution

state ownership. In Sparta it was the state that owned all property, which also included land, citizens and slaves (Anonymous, 200...

Ancient Greek Tyrants

2005). In the case of a dictator this individual ruler is elected, and a tyrant is not elected. "A tyrant is a person who came int...

Greek Society Reflected in Literary Characterizations

era. The focus, then, of Eumenides was to bring about a sense of the life of Orestes, while also giving a view of the correlation...

Greek Culture and the Evolution of Science

of science there are two branches which are epistemology and metaphysics (Honderich, 1995). Science makes up an important part of ...

Comparing Greek and Roman Gods, Goddesses

Greek goddess Aphrodite, who is the "goddess of love, beauty and sexual rapture" (Lindemans "Aphrodite"). As with Aphrodite, Venus...

Ancient Civilizations Greece, Rome, China, and Egypt Approaches to Birth Control

woman who had just inserted a foul-smelling crocodile dung suppository. Other adventurous women seeking to avoid pregnancy in anc...

Ancient Civilizations of Greece and Rome

His leadership alliances undoubtedly contributed to Romes preeminent world status, but at a price. His autocratic rule encouraged...

Ancient Civilizations and the Significance of Writing

In five pages this paper discusses how the ancient civilizations of Greece, Egypt, and Mesopotamia achieved cultural expansion thr...

Ancient Civilizations: Greece and Rome Compared

the Greeks, which makes it all the stranger that it is the Roman Empire that grew and prospered, and not the earlier one. Part of ...

Ancient Greece and Homosexuality

In a paper of five pages, the writer looks at homosexuality in the culture of ancient Greece. Nuanced insights into the topic are ...

The Theatre of Ancient Greece

This 12 page paper gives an overview of the history of the theatre in ancient Greece and the connection with mythology. This paper...

Early Civilizations and Their Influence Upon Contemporary Society

In three pages this paper discusses how the empires of ancient Greece and Rome influenced contemporary society in a consideration ...