Homosexuality defined by Myth: Footnotes

1 Sergent, B., Homosexuality in Greek Myth, 1984, 2

2 Cantarella, E., Bisexuality in the Ancient World, 1992, xv

3 Sergent, vii

4 Cantarella, xvi

5 Sergent, 102

6 Dover, K. J., Greek Homosexuality, 1978, 185-6

7 Ibid, 1-2

8 Ibid, vii

9 Hubbard, T. K. (ed.), Homosexuality in Greece and Rome: A Sourcebook of Basic Documents, 2003, 15

10 Sergent, 57

11 Apollodorus, The Library of Greek Mythology, I.3

12 Plato, Laws, I.636c-d

13 Hubbard, 5

14 Cantarella, 37

15 Ibid, 40

16 Homer, Iliad, XXIV 128-30

17 Cantarella, 10

18 Sergent 205

19 Apollodorus, III.12

20 Theognis, poems, 1346

21 Homer, Hymn to Aphrodite, 192-217

22 Sergent, 208

23 Ibid, 206

24 Dover, 202

25 Cantarella, xv

26 Sergent, 7

27 Dover, 189

28 Stassinopoulos, A., and Beny, R., The Gods of Greece, 1983, 53

29 Sergent, 102

30 Dover, 191

31 Plutarch, Dialogues on Love, 760e-1a

32 Dover, 192

33 Sergent, vii

34 Hubbard, 5

35 Dover, 197

36 Sergent 207

37 Ibid, ix

38 Dover, 197

39 Homer, Iliad, XVI. According to Sergent, these lines are not always included in translations.

40 Sergent, 255

41 Ibid, 255

42 Cantarella, 11

43 Ibid, 11

44 Sergent, 57

45 Cantarella, 7

46 Xenophon, Constitution of the Lacedaemonians, 2.12-14

47 Sergent, 1

48 Ibid, viii

49 Cantarella, 6

50 Sergent, 65

51 Dover, 198

52 Sergent, 65

53 Ibid, 68

54 Ibid, 81

55 Ovid, Metamorphoses, 182-221

56 Sergent, 82

57 Ibid, 81

58 Ovid, 129-143

59 Sergent, 86

60 Ibid, 88

61 Stassinopoulos and Beny, 54

62 Sergent, 85

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