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Homosexuality in Greece and RomeA Sourcebook of Basic Documents$

Thomas Hubbard

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    American Journal of Archaeology

  • AJP

    American Journal of Philology

  • BCH

    Bulletin de Correspondence Hellénique

  • BICS

    Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies

  • CA

    Classical Antiquity

  • CJ

    Classical Journal

  • CP

    Classical Philology

  • CQ

    Classical Quarterly

  • EMC

    Echos du Monde Classique

  • GB

    Grazer Beiträge

  • GIF

    Giornale Italiano di Filologia

  • GRBS

    Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies

  • JHS

    Journal of Hellenic Studies

  • LCM

    Liverpool Classical Monthly

  • MD

    Materiali e Discussioni per l’analisi dei testi classici

  • MH

    Museum Helveticum

  • PCPS

    Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society

  • QS

    Quaderni di Storia

  • QUCC

    Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica

  • RFIC

    Rivista di Filologia e Istruzione Classica

  • RhM

    Rheinisches Museum

  • TAPA

    Transactions of the American Philological Association

  • ZPE

    Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik

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