Purchase Articles from Volume 1 to 5

Volume 1: 1987

I.A.F BRUCE, Theopompus, Lysander, & the Spartan Empire, (1-5). 

L.A TRITLE, Leosthenes and Plutarch’s View of the Strategia, (6-9). 

M.B. WALBANK, Athens Grants Citizenship to a Benefactor: IG II2 398a + 438, (10-12). 

E. BADIAN, An Oracle for Delphic Apollo, (13). 

A.D. BOOTH, On the Date of Eunapius’ Coming to Athens, (14-15). 

F.R. TROMBLEY, Korykos in Cilicia Trachis: The Economy of a Small Coastal City in Late Antiquity (Saec. V-VI) – A Précis, (16-23). 

K.H. KINZL, On the Consequences of Following AP 21.4, (25-33).

J.T. ROBERTS, Paradigm Lost (34-35)

E.N. BORZA, Malaria in Alexander’s Army (36-38)

M.B. SKINNER, Greek Women and the Metronymic: A Note on an Epigram by Nossis, (39-42).

D.W. BARONOWSKI, Roman Treaties with Communities of Citizens, (43-47).

D.F. BUCK, Dexippus, Eunapius, Olympiodorus (48-50). 

W.S. GREENWALT, Argeus in the Macedonian Religious Tradition, (51-53). 

R.J. BUCK, Boiotians at Thermopylae, (54-60). 

W.E. THOMPSON, The Corruption at Thucydides 4.80.3, (61-64).  

J.J. CLAUSS, Ironic ‘ekplexis’ in Livy 21.16, (65-67). 

B. BALDWIN, Two Notes on Nerva, (68-70). 

J. VANDERSPOEL, The Fourth Century Philosopher Maximus of Byzantium, (71-74). 

J. DEVOTO, Agesilaos in Boiotia in 378 and 377 B.C, (75-82). 

J. LINDERSKI, The Aediles and the Didmcaliae, (83-88). 

E. FANTHAM, Lucan, His Scholia, and the Victims of Marius, (89-96). 

C.L. MURISON, Tiberius, Vitellius and the Spintriae, (97-100). 

P. HARDING, The Authorship of the Hellenika Oxyrhynchia, (101-104). 

G.S. SHRIMPTON, Theopompus on the Death of Evagoras I, (105-111).  

B.D. HOYOS, Cato’s Punic Perfidies, (112-121). 

M.J. MOSCOVICH, Dio Cassius and the Political Undertones of the Treaty of Apamea, (122-126). 

B.S. STRAUSS, Athenian Democracy: Neither Radical, Extreme, Nor Moderate, (127-129). 

R. DEVELIN, Sulla and the Senate, (130-134). 

M. TOHER, The Terminal Date of Nicolaus’ Universal History, (135-138). 

H.W. BIRD, The Roman Emperors: Eutropius’ Perspective, (139-150). 

 

Volume 2: 1988

TRUESDELL S. BROWN, Herodotus and Justin 9.2, (1-3)  

GAYLE D. SCARROW, The Athenian Plague: A Possible Diagnosis, (4-8).  

A.M. DEVINE, Blacks in Antiquity? (The Case of Apollonios ὁ μέλας), (9).  

 J. GABBERT, The Language of Citizenship in Antigold Macedonia, (10-11).


C.F. KONRAD, Why not Sallust on Eighties?, (12-15). 

STANLEY M. BURSTEIN, Cornelius Gallus and Aethiopia, (16-20).  

J.A.S. EVANS, The “Wooden Wall” Again, (25-30).  

G.E. PESELY, Socrates’ Attempt to Save Theramenes, (31-33).  

C. REID RUBINCAM, The Historiographical Tradition on the Death of Evagoras, (34-38).  

W.S. GREENWALT, Argaeus, Ptolemy II and Alexander’s Corpse, (39-41).  

ROBERT J. EVANS, Quis Erat Nunnius?, (42-49).  

JENNIFER T. ROBERTS, The Teflon Empire? Chester Starr and the Invulnerability of the Delian League, (49-53).  

I.A.F. BRUCE, Diodorus on the siege of Chalcedon, (54-56).  

MICHAEL B. WALBANK, Busy Days in the Athenian Ekklesia, (57-59).  

FRANK M. SNOWDEN, Melas-leukos and Niger-candidus Contrasts in Classical Literature, (60-64).  

T.G. ELLIOTT, The Date of the Council of Serdica, (65-72).  

ROBERT J. BUCK, The Sicilian Expedition, (73-79).  

JOESPH ROISMAN, Anaxibios and Xenophon’s Anabasis, (80-87).  

CHRISTIAN HABICHT, Argaeus, Ptolemy II and Alexander’s Corpse, (88-89).  

IRWIN L. MERKUR, Diodorus Siculus and Hieronymus of Cardia, (90-93).  

R.F. NEWBOLD, Need for Achievement in Velleius, (94-98).  

BRIGGS L. TWYMAN, Cato, Origines 4, Fragment 84 Peter: “Duovicesirno Anno”, (99-106).  

M. JAMES MOSCOVICH, Dio Cassius on Scipio’s Return from Spain in 205 B.C, (107-110).  

ANTOINETTE BRAZOUSKI, On Cicero, Aft. 4.15.4, (111-112).  

JAMES G. KEENAN and J.W. THOMAS, Vitellius Germanicus: On Tacitus, Histories 2.70, (113-117).  

ROBERT L. CLEVE, Cassius Dio and Ulpian, (118-124).  

R. DEVELIN, On Writing Ancient History, (125-127).  

PETER KRENTZ, Xenophon and Diodorus on the Battle of Mytilene (406 B.C.), (128-130).  

E.M. ANSON, Hypaspists and Argyraspids after 323, (131-133).  

ELIZABETH CARNEY, Eponymous Women: Royal Women and City Names, (134-142).  

LEONARD A. CURCHIN, Vergil’s “Messiah”: A New Governor of Spain?, (143-144).  

HAGITH S. SIVAN, A Forerunner of Ausonius: Notes on Aernilius Magnus Arborius, Ausonius’ Uncle, (145-149).  

 

Volume 3: 1989

TRUESDELL S. BROWN, Solon and Croesus (Hdt. 1.29), (1-4).  

KONRAD H. KINZL, Regionalism in Classical Athens? (Or: An Anachronism in Herodotos 1.59.3?), (5-9).

   

PETER KRENTZ, Xenophon and Diodoros on the Battle of Abydos, (10-14).  

FRANK J. FROST, The Last Days of Phalasarna, (15-17).  

ROGER B. CULVER AND DAVID MACDONALD, An Astronomical Interpretation of Caracalla’s Shield, (18-24).

PETER KARAVITES, Thuc. 2.85.5: Some Implications, (25-28).  

GEORGE E. PESELY, The Origin and Value of the Theramenes Papyrus, (29-35).  

CHRISSOULA VELIGIANNI, Χάρις in den attischen Ehrendekreten der Klassischen Zeit und die Ergänzung in IG I3 101, Z. 35-37, 51-52, (36-39).  

MOGENS HERMAN HANSEN,  Demography and Democracy—A Reply to Eberhard Ruschenbusch, (40-44).

C.T.H.R EHRHARDT, “E.H.L.N.R.” again, (45-46). 

TERENCE T. RAPKE, Cleisthenes the Tyrant Manqué, (47-51).  

MICHAEL B. WALBANK, Pronous son of Thyion of Samos, (52-53).  

LAWRENCE TRITLE,  Epilektoi at Athens, (54-59).  

EUGENE N. BORZA, Some Toponym Problems in Eastern Macedonia For George Mihailon, (60-67).

G.J. SZEMLER, E.W. KASE †, M.P ANGELOS, The Donation of M’. Acilius Glabrio, cos. 191: A Re-interpretation, (68-77).

E. BADIAN, The Case of the Cowardly Tribune C.T.H.R.E. on E.H.L.N.R. (78-84).  

A. JAMES CULLENS, Professio and Decoctio in the Tabula Heracleensis, (85-90).  

P.DANIEL EMANUELE, The Battle of Mytilene: the Engagement at the Harbour Mouth, (91-92).  

CHARLES D. HAMILTON, Diodorus on the Establishment of the Second Athenian League, (93-101).

DAVID WHITEHEAD, Secretaries, Charidemos, Poteidaia: The Date (and Personnel) of IG II2 118, (102-106).  

SHEILA AGER, Judicial Imperialism:  the Case of Melitaia, (107-114).  

JAMES DEVOTO, Pelopidas and Kleombrotos at Leuktra, (115-118).  

MICHAEL B. WALBANK, A Proxeny-Decree of 353/2 B.C. (IG ii2 139 + 289), (119-122).  

GRAHAM WYLIE, Why Did Labienus Defect From Caesar in 49 B.C.?, (123-127).  

DAVID CHERRY, Soldier’s Marriages and Recruitment in Upper Germany and Numidia, (128-130).  

J. VANDERLEEST, Appian’s References to His Own Time, (131-133).  

JOSIAH OBER, Models and Paradigms in Ancient History, (134-137).  

 

Volume 4: 1990

ROBERT DEVELIN, Three Years of AHB, (1-3).  

P.Y. FORSYTH, An Eruption of Vesuvius in 217 B.C.?, (4-9).  

M. JAMES MOSCOVICH, Dio Cassius and the Repeal of the Lex Oppia, (10-16).  

JOHN W. HUMPHREY, A Note on στάδιov in Cassius Dio, (17-23).  

C.T.H.R. EHRHARDT. Cleisthenes and Eleutherae?, (23).  

IAIN MCDOUGALL, Livy and Etruscan Women, (24-30).  

DEXTER HOYOS, Cato’s ‘Duovicesimo Anno’ and Punic Treaty-Breaches in the 230s B.C., (31-36).  

GRAHAM WYLIE, How did Trajan Succeed in Subduing Parthia where Mark Antony Failed?, (37-43).

R. F. NEWBOLD, Patterns of Anxiety in Sallust, Suetonius and Procopius, (44-50). 

J. R. WILSON, Sophrosyne in Thucydides, (51-57). 

ROBERT DEVELIN, Thucydides on Speeches, (58-60). 

R. J. BUCK. Group Voting in Boiotia, (61-64). 

RICHARD EVANS, Consuls with a Delay Between the Praetorship & the Consulship (180-49 B.C.), (65-71). 

P. Y. FORSYTH, Call for Cybele, (75-78). 

G. M. PAUL. Josephus, the Epitome de Caesaribus and the grain-supply at Ephesus, (79-83). 

W. C. WEST, M. Oulpios Dorneslikos and the Athletic Synod at Ephesus, (84-89). 

MARK GOLDEN, Chasing Change in Roman Childhood, (90-94). 

JOHN VANDERSPOEL, Prosopography and the Grammarian in Late Antiquity, (95-100). 

GORDON S. SHRIMPTON, Dionysius of Sicily, (101-103). 

W. JEFFREY TATUM, Another Look at the Spectators at the Roman Games, (104-107). 

M. JAMES MOSCOVICH, Septimius Severus and the Tomb of Hannibal, (108-112). 

DAVID F. BUCK, Some Distortions in Eunapius’ Account of Julian the Apostate, (113-115). 

R. W. BURGESS. History vs Historiography in Late Antiquity, (116-124). 

E.M. ANSON. Neoptolemus and Armenia, (125-128). 

BERNARD J. KAVANAGH. The Admission of the Claudian Family to Rome, (129-132). 

BARRY BALDWIN, Power corrupts – and absolute power is even nicer: new Lives of Caligula and Claudius Reviewed, (133-149). 

Volume 5: 1991

PETER GREEN, Rebooking the Flute-girls, (1-16). 

EDMUND F. BLOEDOW, Alcibiades: A review article, (17-29). 

ROBERT A. MOYSEY, Thucydides, Kimon and the Peace of Kallias, (30-35). 

PHILIP C. HAMMOND, Nabataean Settlement Patterns Inside Petra, (36-46). 

GRAHAM J. WYLIE, Hermann and Friedrich – The Making of Two Folk-Heroes, (47-58). 

TRUESDELL S. BROWN, A Minuscule History of the Slaves of Tyre: Justin 18.3.6-19, (59-65). 

J.A.S. EVANS, The Faiyum and the Lake of Moeris, (66-74). 

RAPHAEL SEALEY, Athenian Citizenship, (75-80). 

ANTHONY J. PODLECKI, Apragmosyne, (81-87). 

T.G. ELLIOTT, Eunapius’ Account of Julian the Apostate, (88). 

EDMUND F. BLOEDOW, Phrynichus the ‘intelligent’ Athenian, (89-100). 

JAMES G. KEENAN, Ancient Literacy, (101-107). 

KONRAD H. KINZL, Androtion’s Dating of Ostrakismos, (109-112). 

ROBERT A. MOYSEY, Diodorus, the Satraps and the Decline of the Persian Empire, (113-122). 

P. J. BICKNELL, The Celestial Torch of 17 B. C., (123-128). 

RICHARD J. EVANS, The denarius issue of CALDVS IIIVIR and associated problems, (129-134). 

ALAIN M. GOWING, Appian and Rhodian Libertas, (135-144). 

PHILLIP HARDING, All pigs are animals, but are all animals pigs?, (145-148). 

W. JEFFREY TATUM, Military Defeat and Electoral Success in Republican Rome, (149-152). 

FRANCES TITCHENER, Why Did Plutarch Write About Nicias?, (153-158). 

JAMES G. KEENAN, The ‘New Papryrology’ and Ancient Social History, (159-169). 

A. S. BRADFORD, Hellenistic and Roman Sparta, (170-178). 

ELIZABETH CARNEY, Review Essay on Macedonian History, (179-189). 

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