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- Legal Evidence: RomeJane F. Gardner
- Epigraphic EvidenceAngelos Chaniotis
- Papyrological EvidenceJean A. Straus
- Visual Evidence—of What?Robin Osborne
- Material Evidence: Looking for Slaves? The Archaeological Record: GreeceSarah Morris
- Classical and Near Eastern Slavery in the First Millennium
bceDavid M. Lewis
- The End of Enslavement, ‘Greek style’Kostas Vlassopoulos
- Greek and Roman Terminologies of SlaveryRachel Zelnick-Abramovitz
- Gender and SlaveryAllison Glazebrook
- Slaves as Active Subjects: Individual StrategiesPeter Hunt
- Slaves as Active Subjects: Collective StrategiesNiall McKeown
- Greek and Roman Slaving in Comparative Ancient Perspective: The Level of IntegrationCatherine Hezser