Symposium and Komos in Aristophanes: (Second Edition) (Aris and Phillips Classical Texts)

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Feasting, wine, revellers and dancing girls; the modern image of ancient Greek symposia is an enduring one. Many symposia were more formal affairs; drinking-parties after which a komos, or procession of revellers often took place, with much protocol involved. Many accounts survive in ancient literature, as well as depictions on vase paintings.

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Babette P tz is based at the University of Wellington. Her research interests are Greek Old Comedy, the symposium and the komos. She has taught courses in Greek and Latin literature, especially drama and epic, and in Greek and Roman religion and language.

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the book is well-written, full of interesting material, updated, correct,' (Simone Beta Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2008)

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