* My thanks go to Ann Raia, for support above and beyond the call of collegiality, and to Leah Kronenberg, T. Corey Brennan, Sarolta Takács, Thomas Figueira, Victoria Moul, Debra Nousek, Tony Keen, Miriam Moules and my anonymous readers for their generous assistance and thoughtful comments. Caroline Bishop, Lauren Donovan, Isabel Köster and Darcy Krasne provided invaluable feedback and support during the final stages of revision. The attendees of ‘Feminism & Classics V’ heard a preliminary version of the argument and responded to it generously and enthusiastically. Any errors remain entirely my own. Citations and references to the text follow K. Müller, Petronii Arbitri Satyricon reliquiae (Stuttgart, 1995). While the work is more accurately referred to as the Satyrica, throughout this article I will refer to it using the more traditional title of the Satyricon.
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