1. Introduction
  2. Natalia Tsoumpra
  3. pp. 255-264
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  1. Concocting Justice: Dicaeopolis the Cook-Comedian
  2. David Christenson
  3. pp. 265-286
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  1. Costume’s Comic and Intertextual Potential: The Case of Philocleon’s Cloak
  2. Rosie Wyles
  3. pp. 287-309
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  1. Wings or Armor? Costume, Metaphor, and the Limits of Utopia in Aristophanes’s Birds
  2. Pavlos Sfyroeras
  3. pp. 310-332
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  1. Poetics, Perversions, and Passing: Approaching the Transgender Narratives of Thesmophoriazousai
  2. Isabel Ruffell
  3. pp. 333-367
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  1. Undressing and Cross-dressing: Costume, Ritual, and Female Empowerment in Aristophanes
  2. Natalia Tsoumpra
  3. pp. 368-398
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  1. Male Stage-Nudity in Aristophanes
  2. Gwendolyn Compton-Engle
  3. pp. 399-423
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  1. Choral Disrobing in Aristophanes
  2. Matthew Farmer
  3. pp. 424-446
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  1. Pindar, Hesiod, and the Charites of Orchomenos (Olympian 14)
  2. Alex Hardie
  3. pp. 447-475
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  1. Pindar, Pythian 6.50–51
  2. Nicholas Lane
  3. pp. 476-481
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