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TABLE OF CONTENTS

Chapter 1. Archaic Greek Lyric: Introductory Matter.
  Chapter 1. Archaic Greek Lyric: Bibliographic Note.
  1.1-1.3 Archilochus
  1.4 Alcman, First Maidens' Song
  1.5-1.27 Sappho
  1.28 Solon
  1.29-1.34 Anacreon
  1.35-1.36 Ibycus
  1.37-1.83 Theognis
  1.84 Simonides
  1.85-1.87 Pindar
  1.88-1.89 drinking songs

Chapter 2. Greek Historical Texts
  Chapter 2. Greek Historical Texts: Bibliographic Note
  2.1 Plutarch, Love Stories
  2.2 Thucydides
  2.3 Phanias of Eresus
  2.4 Xenophon, Hieron
  2.5 Plutarch, Alcibiades
  2.6-2.7 Xenophon, Anabasis
  2.8 Xenophon, Cyropaedeia
  2.9 Xenophon, Agesilaus
  2.10 Xenophon, Constitution of the Lacedaemonians
  2.11 Aelian
  2.12-2.13 Plutarch, Lycurgus
  2.14 Plutarch, Pelopidas
  2.15 Aristotle, Politics
  2.16 Ephorus
  2.17 Pausanias
  2.18 Theopompus
  2.19 Carystius
  2.20 Plutarch, Demetrius
  2.21 Athenaeus
  2.22-2.26 graffiti
  2.27 inscriptions on vases
  2.28 gymnastic law from Beroea

Chapter 3. Greek Comedy

  3.1-3.10 Aristophanes, Knights
  3.11 Aristophanes, Clouds
  3.12 Aristophanes, Wasps
  3.13 Aristophanes, Birds
  3.14 Aristophanes, Thesmophoria Women
  3.15-3.16 Aristophanes, Frogs
  3.17 Aristophanes, Wealth
  3.18 Aristophanes, fr. 556
  3.19-3.20 Cratinus
  3.21 Eupolis
  3.22 Strattis
  3.23 Pherecrates
  3.24 Theopompus
  3.25 Ephippus
  3.26-3.28 Alexis
  3.29 Amphis
  3.30 Anaxandrides
  3.31 Antiphanes
  3.32 Archedicus
  3.33 Damoxenus
  3.34 Diphilus

Chapter 4. Greek Oratory

  4.1 Andocides, On the Mysteries
  4.2 Lysias, Against Teisias
  4.3 Lysias, Against Alcibiades
  4.4 Lysias, Against Simon
  4.5 Isaeus, On the Estate of Aristarchus
  4.6 Demosthenes, Against Androtion
  4.7 Aeschines, Against Timarchus
  4.8 Demosthenes, On the Corrupt Embassy
  4.9 Aeschines, On the Embassy
  4.10 Aeschines, Against Ctesiphon
  4.11 Hyperides
  4.12 Ps.-Demosthenes, Erotic Essay
  4.13 Achilles Tatius

Chapter 5. Greek Philosophy

  5.1-5.3 Xenophon, Memorabilia
  5.4 Plato, Charmides
  5.5 Plato, Lysis
  5.6 Plato, Gorgias
  5.7 Plato, Symposium
  5.8 Xenophon, Symposium
  5.9 Plato, Phaedrus
  5.10-5.11 Plato, Laws
  5.12 Aristotle, Prior Analytics
  5.13-5.14 Aristotle, Nicomachean Ethics
  5.15 Hippocrates, On Regimen
  5.16 Ps.-Aristotle, Problems
  5.17 Diogenes the Cynic
  5.18 Bion of Borysthenes
  5.19 Theodorus of Cyrene
  5.20-5.25 Zeno of Citium

Chapter 6. Hellenistic Poetry

  6.1-6.2 Asclepiades
  6.3-6.8 Callimachus
  6.9-6.14 Theocritus
  6.15 Phanocles
  6.16-6.19 Nossis
  6.20 Herondas
  6.21-6.24 Ps.-Plato
  6.25 Rhianus
  6.26 Alcaeus of Messene
  6.27 Dioscorides
  6.28 Glaucus
  6.29 Phanias
  6.30 Thymocles
  6.31-6.44 Meleager
  6.45 Statyllius Flaccus
  6.46 Marcus Argentarius
  6.47 Addaeus
  6.48 Lucillius
  6.49 Alpheius of Mitylene
  6.50 Automedon
  6.51 Diocles
  6.52 Rufinus
  6.53 Scythinus
  6.54 Asclepiades of Adramyttium
  6.55-6.56 anonymous epigrams
  6.57-6.90 Strato
  6.91 Anacreontea

Chapter 7. Republican Rome

  7.1 Livy
  7.2 Valerius Maximus
  7.3 Dionysius of Halicarnassus
  7.4-7.5 Valerius Maximus
  7.6 Plutarch, Roman Questions
  7.7 Plautus, The Rope
  7.8 Plautus, The Persian
  7.9-7.10 Plautus, Curculio
  7.11-7.12 Plautus, Pseudolus
  7.13 Plautus, Captives
  7.14 Plautus, Truculentus
  7.15 Plautus, Casina
  7.16 Quintilian
  7.17 Polybius
  7.18-7.19 Aulus Gellius
  7.20 Plutarch, Gaius Gracchus
  7.21 Valerius Maximus
  7.22 Lutatius Catulus
  7.23 Apuleius, Apology
  7.24-7.27 Lucilius
  7.28-7.31 Pomponius Bononiensis
  7.32-7.33 Novius
  7.34-7.36 Suetonius, The Divine Julius
  7.37 Dio Cassius
  7.38 Valerius Maximus
  7.39-7.51 Catullus
  7.52 Cornelius Nepos
  7.53 Plutarch, Roman Questions
  7.54 Cicero, On the Republic
  7.55-7.56 Cicero, Tusculan Disputations
  7.57 Cicero, Against Verres
  7.58 Cicero, Against Catiline
  7.59 Cicero, For Flaccus
  7.60 Cicero, After his Return in the Senate
  7.61-7.62 Cicero, On the Response of the Diviners
  7.63 Cicero, For Milo
  7.64 Cicero, Philippics
  7.65 Pliny the Younger, Letters

Chapter 8. Augustan Rome

  8.1 Suetonius, The Divine Augustus
  8.2 inscribed bullets
  8.3 Ps.-Vergil, Catalepton
  8.4 Vergil, Eclogues
  8.5-8.11 Priapea
  8.12-8.14 Tibullus
  8.15 Propertius
  8.16-8.17 Vergil, Aeneid
  8.18 Aelius Donatus, Life of Vergil
  8.19-8.20 Ovid, The Art of Love
  8.21-8.22 Ovid, Metamorphoses

Chapter 9. Early Imperial Rome

  9.1 Suetonius, Tiberius
  9.2-9.4 Seneca the Elder, Controversies
  9.5-9.6 Phaedrus
  9.7 Suetonius, Nero
  9.8 Dio Cassius
  9.9 Seneca the Younger, Natural Questions
  9.10-9.12 Seneca the Younger, Moral Epistles
  9.13 Musonius Rufus
  9.14 Petronius
  9.15 Suetonius, Galba
  9.16-9.17 graffiti
  9.18-9.31 Martial
  9.32 Statius, Silvae
  9.33 Letter to Epaphroditus
  9.34-9.35 Quintilian
  9.36-9.37 Calpurnius Flaccus, Declamations
  9.38-9.39 Juvenal

Chapter 10. Later Greco-Roman Antiquity

  10.1 Dio Chrysostom
  10.2 Against Maximus
  10.3 Plutarch, Dialogue on Love
  10.4 Epictetus
  10.5 Soranus
  10.6 Polemon
  10.7 On Physiognomy
  10.8 Marcus Aurelius
  10.9-10.10 Lucian, Dialogues of the Courtesans
  10.11-10.13 Lucian, True History
  10.14 Apuleius, Apology
  10.15 Apuleius, Metamorphoses
  10.16 Xenophon of Ephesus
  10.17-10.18 Achilles Tatius
  10.19 Longus
  10.20 Artemidorus
  10.21 Aelius Lampridius, Commodus
  10.22 Dio Cassius
  10.23 Aelius Lampridius, Elagabalus
  10.24 Aelius Lampridius, Severus Alexander
  10.25-10.33 Philostratus, Love Letters
  10.34-10.36 magical papyri
  10.37 Ps.-Lucian, Forms of Love
  10.38-10.41 Firmicus Maternus
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.