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The Murder of Regilla : A Case of Domestic Violence in Antiquity: Pomeroy, Sarah B.: BOOKS KINOKUNIYA
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The Murder of Regilla : A Case of Domestic Violence in Antiquity
The Murder of Regilla : A Case of Domestic Violence in Antiquity
Publisher : Harvard Univ Pr
Published Date : 2009/10
Binding : Paperback
ISBN : 9780674034891

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Book Description
Source: ENG
Table of Contents
 
Preface                                            ix
Genealogical Chart                                 xi
Regilla's and Herodes' Family                      xii
Introduction                                       1  (12)
    Girlhood in Rome                               13 (30)
    A Roman Matron in Imperial Athens              43 (38)
    Public Life                                    81 (38)
    Death in Athens and Murder Trial in Rome       119(18)
    Regilla's Final Resting Place                  137(40)
Chronological Chart                                177(2)
Notes                                              179(50)
Acknowledgments                                    229(2)
Art Credits                                        231(4)
Index                                              235
 

From an acclaimed author comes a fascinating story of the life, marriage, and death of an all but forgotten Roman woman. Born to an illustrious Roman family in 125 CE, Regilla was married at the age of fifteen to Herodes, a wealthy Greek who championed his country's values at a time when Rome ruled. Twenty years later - and eight months pregnant with her sixth child - Regilla died under mysterious circumstances, after a blow to the abdomen delivered by Herodes' freedman. Regilla's brother charged Herodes with murder, but a Roman court (at the urging of Marcus Aurelius) acquitted him. Sarah Pomeroy's investigation suggests that despite Herodes' erection of numerous monuments to his deceased wife, he was in fact guilty of the crime. A pioneer in the study of ancient women, Pomeroy gathers a broad, unique array of evidence, from political and family history to Greco-Roman writings and archaeology, to re-create the life and death of Regilla. Teasing out the tensions of class, gender, and ethnicity that gird this story of marriage and murder, Pomeroy exposes the intimate life and tragedy of an elite Roman couple.Part archaeological investigation, part historical re-creation, and part detective story, "The Murder of Regilla" will appeal to all those interested in the private lives of the classical world and in a universal and compelling story of women and family in the distant past.

Contents
Preface Genealogical Chart Regilla's and Herodes' Family Introduction 1. Girlhood at Rome 2. A Roman Matron in Imperial Athens 3. Public Life 4. Death in Athens and Murder Trial in Rome 5. Regilla's Final Resting Place Chronological Chart Notes Acknowledgments Art Credits Indexof Essays in Radical Empiricism 1. The History 2. The Documents 3. The Editorial Problem Apparatus Emendations Textual Notes Historical Collation Word-Division Appendixes 1. The Experience of Activity 2. Discussion Following "La Notion de Conscience" 3. "La Notion de Conscience": Translation 4. James and John E. Russell General Index Key to the Pagination of Editionapproach for anchors and headed studs Durability Fire resistance Earthquake References