Open Access Honors Program Thesis
Charles M. Adelman
The Greek Classical period ( ca. 400-600 BCE) yields various types of evidence concerning male-male sex. These include figural depictions and literary references with some of the later addressing rules of civilized behavior. This study will explore the existing material with an attempt to find the extent to which the visual imagery reflects the social rules as described in the surviving literary texts.
Year of Submission
Department of Art
University Honors Designation
A thesis submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the designation University Honors
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©2008 Abigail Bristow
Bristow, Abigail, "Depictions of Male-Male Sexual Activities in Ancient Greece As Expressed Through Visual Imagery: Aspects of Roles" (2008). Honors Program Theses. 825.