by the late fifth century, the identities of those excluded from full personhood—women, slaves, barb

by the late fifth century, the identities of those excluded …

by the late fifth century, the identities of those excluded from full personhood—women, slaves, barbarians—are being increasingly understood in terms of the difficulty or impossibility of mastering the daemonic tendencies in their bodies, while the identities of free men grow more dependent on their capacity for keeping the body under control.

Brooke Holmes