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Book review: Unveiling Emotions. Sources and Methods for the Study of Emotions in the Greek World (HABES, 52), written by Chaniotis, A.

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Affiliations: 1: F.R.S.-FNRS—Université de Liègev.pirenne@ulg.ac.be

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1. Chaniotis Angelos"Introduction" 11 36
2. Kotsifou Chrysi"Emotions and Papyri: Insights into the Theatre of Human Experience" 39 90
3. Chaniotis Angelos"Moving Stones: the Study of Emotions in Greek Inscriptions" 91 129
4. Masséglia Jane"Emotions and Archaeological Sources: a Methodological Introduction" 131 150
5. Sanders Ed"Beyond the Usual Suspects: Literary Sources and the Historian of Emotions" 151 173
6. Martzavou Paraskevi"Dream, Narrative, and the Construction of Hope in the ‘Healing Miracles’ of Epidauros" 177 204
7. Chaniotis Angelos"Constructing Fear of Gods: Epigraphic Evidence from Sanctuaries of Greece and Asia Minor" 205 234
8. Salvo Irene"Sweet Revenge: Emotional Factors in ‘Prayers for Justice’" 235 266
9. Martzavou Paraskevi"Isis aretalogies, Initiations, and Emotions: the Isis Aretalogies as a Source for the Study of Emotions" 267 291
10. Kuhn Christina T."Emotionality in the Political Culture of the Graeco-Roman East: the Role of Acclamations" 295 316
11. Kotsifou Chrysi"A Glimpse into the World of Petitions: the Case of Aurelia Artemis and her Orphaned Children" 317 327
12. Masséglia Jane"Make or Break Decisions: the Archaeology of Allegiance in Ephesos" 329 355
13. Sanders Ed"‘He is a Liar, a Bounder, and a Cad’: the Arousal of Hostile Emotions in Attic Forensic Oratory" 359 387
14. Kotsifou Chrysi"‘Being Unable to Come to you and Lament and Weep with you’: Grief and Condolence Letters on Papyrus " 389 411
15. Masséglia Jane"‘Reasons to be Cheerful’: Conflicting Emotions in the Drunken Old Women of Munich and Rome" 413 430
16. Theodoropoulou Maria"The Emotion Seeks to be Expressed: Thoughts from a Linguist’s Point of View" 433 468
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