- Title Pages
- List of Illustrations
- A Note on References to Source Texts
- Introduction: Pantomime, A Lost Chord of Ancient Culture
- 1 Inside the Mask: Pantomime from the Performers' Perspective
- 2 The Symbolism of Costume in Ancient Pantomime
- 3 Pantomime Performance and Figured Scenes on Roman Sarcophagi
- 4 Pantomime Actresses in Latin Inscriptions
- 5 ‘Mime’ and ‘Pantomime’: Some Problematic Texts
- 6 The Pantomime Dancer and his Libretto
- 7 Roman Pantomime Libretti and their Greek Themes: The Role of Augustus in the Romanization of the Greek Classics*
- 8 Virgil on the Popular Stage*
- 9 Et mea sunt populo saltata poemata saepe (Tristia 2.519): Ovid and the Pantomime*
- 10 Seneca and Pantomime
- 11 The Influence of Pantomime on Seneca's Tragedies
- 12 Is the ‘Barcelona Alcestis’ a Latin Pantomime Libretto?*
- 13 Was Pantomime ‘good to think with’ in the Ancient World?
- 14 Lucian's On Dancing and the Models for a Discourse on Pantomime*
- 15 The Metamorphosis of Pantomime: Apuleius' Judgement of Paris (Met. 10.30–34)*
- 16 Ancient Pantomime and the Rise of Ballet
- New Directions in Ancient Pantomime
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