Category: Billets


The personal name of Greek women

As Todd 1997 reminds us, Athenian women, unlike their Roman counterparts, bore a personal name. Roman women receive the feminine form of their father’s nomen (family name) with the conventional addition of maior, tertia,...


Where does Gender come in?

By forgoing the overly global problematic of “masculine domination”, this project chooses to emphasize the link between discursive practice and the recording of names: the tribunals’ ban on women implies the invisibility of woman...

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