1. Swallow This: A Pelike within Late Archaic Song and Visual Culture
  2. Deborah Steiner
  3. pp. 41-70
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  1. Framing a View of the Unviewable: Architecture, Aphrodite, and Erotic Looking in the Lucianic Erôtes
  2. Melissa Haynes
  3. pp. 71-95
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  1. Apparitions Apparent: Ekphrasis and the Parameters of Vision in the Elder Philostratus’s Imagines
  2. Michael Squire
  3. pp. 97-140
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  1. Hesiod and the Divine Gaze
  2. Helen Lovatt
  3. pp. 143-166
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  1. ‘Empire of the Gaze’: Despotism and Seraglio Fantasies à la grecque in Chariton’s Callirhoe
  2. Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones
  3. pp. 167-191
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  1. Women as Subject and Object of the Gaze in Tragedy
  2. Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
  3. pp. 195-221
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  1. Vision and Knowledge in Greek Tragedy
  2. Chiara Thumiger
  3. pp. 223-245
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  1. Humiliation?: Voyeurism, Violence, and Humor in Old Comedy
  2. Ian Ruffell
  3. pp. 247-277
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  1. Dynamics of Vision in Plato’s Thought
  2. Fritz-Gregor Herrmann
  3. pp. 281-307
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  1. ‘Blessed Is He, Who Has Seen’: The Power of Ritual Viewing and Ritual Framing in Eleusis
  2. Georgia Petridou
  3. pp. 309-341
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  1. Preface
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  1. Introduction
  2. Sue Blundell, Douglas Cairns, Elizabeth Craik, Nancy Sorkin Rabinowitz
  3. pp. 3-37
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  1. Notes On Contributors
  2. pp. 343-345
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