Laws relating to women, Gortyn in Crete, ca. 450 B.C.
(Excerpts from the Gortyn Law Code, Inscr. Creticae 4.72, cols. ii.3-27, ii. 45-iv.54, v. 1-9. vi.31-46, vi.56-vii.2, vii.15-viii.19, xi. 18-9. G)
Funeral law. Ioulis on Keos, late 5th cent. B.C.
(Ditt. Syll. 1218. G)
Aristotle's will. Athens, 4th cent. B.C.
(Diogenes Laertius 5.11-16, 3rd cent. A.D. G)
A husband's defence. Athens, ca. 400 B.C.
(Lysias, On the Murder of Eratosthenes 6-33, 37-50. Tr. K. Freeman. G)
The past activities of a courtesan. Athens, 4th cent. B.C.
(Apollodorus, Against Neaera, 18-42, 45-60, 72-3, 78-9, 85-7, 110-14, 122. Tr. K. Freeman. G)
The education of Spartan mothers
(Xenophon, Constitution of the Lacedaemonians 1.2-10. 4th cent. B.C.)
The advantages of Spartan education and marriage customs
(Plutarch, Life of Lycurgus 14-16, exc., 2nd cent. A.D. G)
Anecdotes. Sparta, 5th cent. B.C.?
(Plutarch, Sayings of Spartan Women=Moralia 240c-242d , exc. 2nd cent. A.D. G)
A Greek historian's account of the behaviour of Etruscan women. Chios, 4th cent. B.C.
(Theopompus, Histories 115 FGrHist F204 =Athenaeus 517d-518a. G)
A marriage contract. Tebtunis, 92 B.C.
(Tebtunis papyrus I 104. G)