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[[File:Figurine of Flying Eros.|thumb|center|Figurine of Flying [[Eros (mythology)|Eros]]. [[Ancient Greece|Greek]], Hellenistic period, ca. 200–130 BCE. Probably made at Myrina (Modern Greece). Terracotta. Columbia, University of Missouri, Museum of Art and Archaeology, 81.2.]]
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From The Boyish Muse (Ancient Greek: Μοῦσα Παιδική Mousa Paidike; Latin: Musa Puerilis, 2nd Century AD), a collection of homoerotic poetry assembled by Strato, in The Greek Anthology, Volume 4, translated by W. R. Paton, Loeb Classical Library (London: William Heinemann; Cambridge, Massachusetts: Harvard University Press, 1918).
- Athenian pederasty
- Cretan pederasty
- Greek love
- Historical boylove relationships in ancient Greece
- Philosophy of ancient Greek pederasty
- Spartan pederasty
- Theban pederasty