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Issue Details: First known date: 2008... 2008 Women of Antiquity 2002
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  • Author's note: in response to three sculptures by Anselm Kiefer at the Art Gallery of NSW.
  • Epigraph: As women, you will be highly regarded if you fulfil the role nature has intended for you and attract the least possible notice, whether in praise or criticism, from men. - Pericles, Thucydides 2.45.2


Myrtis, Poet i "A bronze gown binds my torso", Julie Chevalier , 2008 single work poetry
Hypatia, Philosopher and Teacher c. 370-415 i "Bronze conceals the place where my breasts should be", Julie Chevalier , 2008 single work poetry
Candida, Mystic i "The Roman boys teased,", Julie Chevalier , 2008 single work poetry

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First known date: 2008
To be published in Overland 191 (2008).
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