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Exhibit Artifact List
Eastern Section of the Parthenon Frieze: Slab
Attic Red Figure Chous
Attic Red Figure Pyxis
Attic Red Figure, Hydra
Spartan Woman Running
Text: the politics of Aristotle
Text: Euphiletus: A Husband Speaks In his Own Defense
Text: Sophocles, Tereus
Exhibit Primary Text List
Exhibit Design

Women In Ancient Greece: A Comparison Between Athenian and Spartan Women

Artemis. Encyclopedia Mythica. Retrieved November 26, 2006, from Encyclopedia

            Mythica Online. <>


Aristotle, Jowett, Benjamin (1900). The Politics of Aristotle,: Book 2, trans. Benjamin                        Jowett (London: Colonial Press.)


Blundell, Sue (1995) Women in Ancient Greece Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard  University Press.


Hamilton, Charles D. (1979). Sparta's Bitter Victories, Politics and Diplomacy In The

Corithian War. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press.


Just, Roger (1989) Women in Athenian Law and Life. New York, New York: Routledge.


Lewis, Sian.  (2002) The Athenian Woman: An Iconographic Handbook. New York, New   York: Routledge.


Lualdi, Katherine J. (2005). Sources of: The Making of the West. Boston Massachusetts:       Bedford/St. Martin’s.


MSU EMuseum Retrieved November 24, 2006, From Minnisoda State University        EMuseum. Online.            <>


O’Higgins, Laurie (2003).  Women and Humor In Classical Greece. Cambridge UK: Cambridge University Press.


Pomeroy, Sarah B. (2002). Spartan Women. New York, New York: Oxford University

Press Inc.


Snyder, Jane (1989)  The Woman and the Lyre, Women Writers in Classical Greece and     Rome. Carbondale and Edwardsville: Southern Illinois University Press.


Swaddling, J. (2004) The ancient Olympic Games, 3rd edition. London, UK: The British        Museum Press.


Todd, OJ (1959)  Xenophon. Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press.


Project History 1001 A Virtual Museum Exhibit.  Noreen Emmanuel, Adam Dewar, & Kerylin Foss.