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Image Index > Courtship Scenes

Men Present Animals To Youths
Another Scene Of The Same
Boys Show Varying Degrees Of Responsiveness To Their Gifts
Man Presents Meat To A Boy
2 Youths Compete For Modest Boy
Men With Gifts Compete For Youth
Man Snatches Hare From Grasping Youth
Man Fondles Boy Who Touches His Chin
Boy Jumps For Joy
Three Stages Of Courtship
3 Men Court 3 Boys
Youth Opens His Mantle To Let Another Fondle His Privates
Youth Places His Hand On Boy'S Shoulder
3 Youths With Staffs Compete For 3 Others
Youth Crowns Boy Victor, Men Court Another Boy
Men Offer Crown And Fillet To Youth, Another Turns A Man Down
Men Court Youths With Flowers
Another Scene Of The Same
3 Men Court Youths With Varying Success
Flute-Player Entertains Reclining Man
3 Mixed Courtship Pairs
3 Age-Equal Courtship Pairs
Man Converses With Boy
Man Accosts Boy At The Fountain
Youth Presents Crown To Another, Who Reveals Himself
Man With Staff Converses With Youth
Man Presents Lyre To Boy
Youth With Torch Approaches Youth With Lyre
Youth And Boy In Conversation
Youth Presents Fillet To Another
Youth Prepares To Offer Gift To Another
Overeager Youth Grasps At Gift
Gravestone Showing Youth And Boy As Lovers
This website makes available to the public the first two chapters of Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents, edited by Thomas K. Hubbard and published by University of California Press in April 2003. The index also lists the rest of the sourcebook's contents; the book may be ordered at www.ucpress.edu, list price $34.95 paperback. In addition, a file of close to 200 pertinent artistic images is assembled, including those published in the sourcebook and many others. Acknowledgement is made to University of California Press for permission to reproduce this material, as well as to the various museums that have granted permission to use their photographic images. Comments may be directed to Prof. Hubbard at tkh@mail.utexas.edu.