Dying Like a Woman: Euripides’ Polyxena as Exemplum between Philo and Clement of Alexandria

Courtney J. P. Friesen

Abstract


Philo and Clement, in their treatments of martyrdom, exploit the death of Polyxena in quite different ways, as a model of manly steadfastness (Philo) or of female modesty (Clement).


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