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Davidson, James
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20.00
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citywbooks via Alibris /Alibris
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Random House 2009-05-26 Hardcover Very Good Clean book with very little signs of reading. Quick response!
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Davidson, James
USD
33.01
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ISBN10: 0375505164, ISBN13: 9780375505164, [publisher: Random House] Hardcover
[Portland, ME, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2009]
James Davidson
USD
37.53
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Random House, Date: 2009-05-26. Hardcover. Good. 2009. Random House ISBN 0375505164 9780375505164 [US]
Davidson, James:
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Fundus-Online GbR Borkert Schwarz Zerfaß /ZVAB
ISBN10: 0375505164, ISBN13: 9780375505164, [publisher: New York: Random House.] Hardcover XXXIV., 789 Seiten / p., 58 ill., 3 maps., Beilage / suppl. Aus der Bibliothek von Prof. Wolfgang Haase, langjährigem Herausgeber der ANRW und des International Journal of the Classical Tradition (IJCT) / From the library of Prof. Wolfgang Haase, long-time editor of ANRW and the International Journal of the Classical Tradition (IJCT). leicht berieben, Grobschnitt, ansonsten tadelloser Zustand / lightly rubbed, otherwise perfect condition - Beilage / Supplement: div. Rezensionen / reviews - For nearly two thousand years, historians have treated the subject of homosexuality in ancient Greece with apology, embarrassment, or outright denial. Now classics scholar James Davidson offers a brilliant, unblushing exploration of the passion that permeated Greek civilization. Using homosexuality as a lens, Davidson sheds new light on every aspect of Greek culture, from politics and religion to art and war. With stunning erudition and irresistible wit—and without moral judgment—Davidson has written the first major examination of homosexuality in ancient Greece since the dawn of the modern gay rights movement. -- What exactly did same-sex love mean in a culture that had no word or concept comparable to our term "homosexuality"? How sexual were these attachments? When Greeks spoke of love between men and boys, how young were the boys, how old were the men? Drawing on examples from ...
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ISBN10: 0375505164, ISBN13: 9780375505164, [publisher: New York: Random House.] Hardcover XXXIV., 789 Seiten / p., 58 ill., 3 maps., Beilage / suppl. Aus der Bibliothek von Prof. Wolfgang Haase, langjährigem Herausgeber der ANRW und des International Journal of the Classical Tradition (IJCT) / From the library of Prof. Wolfgang Haase, long-time editor of ANRW and the International Journal of the Classical Tradition (IJCT). leicht berieben, Grobschnitt, ansonsten tadelloser Zustand / lightly rubbed, otherwise perfect condition - Beilage / Supplement: div. Rezensionen / reviews - For nearly two thousand years, historians have treated the subject of homosexuality in ancient Greece with apology, embarrassment, or outright denial. Now classics scholar James Davidson offers a brilliant, unblushing exploration of the passion that permeated Greek civilization. Using homosexuality as a lens, Davidson sheds new light on every aspect of Greek culture, from politics and religion to art and war. With stunning erudition and irresistible wit—and without moral judgment—Davidson has written the first major examination of homosexuality in ancient Greece since the dawn of the modern gay rights movement. -- What exactly did same-sex love mean in a culture that had no word or concept comparable to our term "homosexuality"? How sexual were these attachments? When Greeks spoke of love between men and boys, how young were the boys, how old were the men? Drawing on examples from ...
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96.31
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Hardcover. Good. Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. ISBN 0375505164 9780375505164 [US]
Davidson, James
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100.15
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Random House 2009 Hardcover Good Access codes and supplements are not guaranteed with used items. May be an ex-library book.
James Davidson
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305.87
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ISBN10: 0375505164, ISBN13: 9780375505164, [publisher: 2009-01-01] Hardcover Item is in very good condition. If supplemental codes/CDs for textbooks are required please contact us prior to purchasing as they may be missing. Photos are stock pictures and not of the actual item.
[Sumas, WA, U.S.A.] [Publication Year: 2009]

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