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Prostitutes, Plonk, and Play: Female Banqueters on a Red-figure Psykter from the For further details of this game, see Ath. d–e and c–f. This chapter examines the attitude of Christianity toward prostitution compared with the way For writings concerning Athenian hetairai see Ath. A.
While supporters of Sparta and oligarchy existed in Athens throughout the classical period, the war between Sparta and Athens made Sparta an enemy of the democracy, and it is at this time that a negative attitude towards Sparta dominates in Athenian literature.
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This paper examines the link between ancient Greek prostitutes and the brothel keepers;7 their fee was next to nothing (Ath. 1 ) Many male prostitutes at Athens were therefore slaves or foreign residents. Prices varied from a mere one obol (Ath. 6. e) to four drachmae or more.
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