Table of Contents (Volume 21 : 29)

Volume 21: 2007

MARY FRANCES WILLIAMS, Polybius’ historiography and Aristotle’s Poetics, (1-64).

TOM STEVENSON, What Happened to the Zeus of Olympia?, (65-88).

MICHAEL B. CHARLES, A Regimental Nickname from Late Antiquity: Vegetius and the Mattiobarbuli Again, (89-94).

MORRIS SILVER, Grain Funds in the Roman Near East: Market Failures or Murder of the Market?, (95-104).

Gwyn Davies, reviewing K. Kagan, The Eye of Command, J.D. Montagu, Greek and Roman Warfare. Battles, tactics, and trickery, and J. Osgood, Caesar’s Legacy, Civil War, and the Emergence of the Roman Empire, (105-113). 


Volume 22: 2008

THOMAS A.J. MCGINN, Something Old, Something New… Augustan Legislation and the Challenge of Social Control, (1-32).

GORDON R.B. TURNER AND PATRICIA A. HANNAH, ‘Well-Rowed Ships Face to Face with Greeks’: The Naval Imagery on the Textile in Euripides’ Ion (1158-60), (33-52).  

JINYU LIU, Pompeii and collegia: a new appraisal of the evidence, (53-69).  

J.F. RATCLIFFE AND R.D. MILNS, Did Caesar Augustus Suffer from Psoriasis and Psoriatic Arthritis?, (71-81).                                 

CATHERINE RUBINCAM, Thucydides 8.68.4: A highly unusual numeric statement, (83-88).  


Review Article:
JANEK KUCHARSKI, A Euology of Athens, (89-100).  

JOHN D. LEWIS, Early Greek Law Givers. AND Solon the Thinker. Political Thought in Archaic Athens. (Gunnar Seelentag), (101-104).

MICHEAL GAGARIN, Writing Greek Law. (David Whitehead), (105-106).

LOREN J. SAMONS II (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Pericles. (A.J. Podlecki). (107-109).

FIONA MCHARDY. Revenge in Athenian Culture. (Edwin Carawan), (110-111).

W. HECKEL, L. TRITTLE, AND P. WHEATLEY (eds.). Alexander’s Empire: formulation to decay. (John Atkinson), (112-117).

CLEMENTE MARCONI, Temple Decoration and Cultural Identity in the Archaic Greek World. The Metopes of Selinus. (H. A. Shapiro), (118-119).

MARY EMERSON, Greek Sanctuaries. An Introduction. (John Griffiths Pedley), (120-121).

PAUL CHRISTESEN, Olympic Victors and Ancient Greek History. (James Roy), (122-125).

MARIA PRETZLER, Pausanias, Travel Writing in Ancient Greek History. (James Roy), (125-127).

A.-F. CHRISTIDIS (ed.), A History of Ancient Greek: from the Beginnings to Late Antiquity. (Shane Hawkins), (127-130).

ANTHONY KALDELLIS. Hellenism in Byzantium: The Transformation of Greek Identity and the Reception of the Classical Tradition. (Kelly L. Morris), (130-132).

JOHN ROBERTS (ed.), The Oxford Dictionary of the Classical World. (Avi Avidov), (132-134).

CHRISTOPHER STRAY (ed.), Remaking the Classics: Literature, Genre, and Media in Britain 1800-2000. (Norman Vance), (134-136).

N. MCKEOWN, The Invention of Ancient Slavery? (Avi Avidov), (136-139).

SUSAN TREGGIARI, Terentia, Tullia, and Publilia: The Women of Cicero’s Family. (Fanny Dolanksy), (139-142).

JILL HARRIES, Law and Crime in the Roman World. (Michael Lovano), (142-143).

JOY CONNOLLY. The State of Speech: Rhetorics and Political Thought in Ancient Rome. (Kathryn Tempest), (143-145).

J. KÖNIG AND  T. WHITMARSH (eds.), Ordering Knowledge in the Roman Empire. (Teresa Morgan), (145-149).

OLIVER HEKSTER, GERDA DE KLEIJN, DANIËLLE SLOTJES (Hrsg.), Crises and the Roman Empire. (Udo Hartmann), (149-152).

L. DE BLOIS AND E. LO CASCIO (eds.), The Impact of the Roman Army (200 BC- AD 476): Proceedings of the Sixth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire. (Hugh Elton), (152-153).

S. GILLESPIE AND P. HARDIE (eds.), The Cambridge Companion to Lucretius. (Katharina Volk), (154-155).

TERESA R. RAMSBY, Textual Permanence: Roman Elegists and the Epigraphic Tradition. (Stacie Raucci), (156-157).

ISMENE LADA-RICHARDS. Silent EloquenceL Lucian and Pantomime Dancing. (Marie-Hélène Garelli), (157-160).

KIRK FREUDENBURG (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Roman Satire. (Catherine M. Schlegel), (160-164).

JENNIFER A. REA. Legendary Rome: Myth, Monuments, and Memory on the Palatine and Capitoline. (Steven J. Green), (164-167).

CELIA E. SCHULTZ, PAUL B. HARVEY (eds.), Religion in Republican Italy. (Jörg Rüpke), (167-169).

IZZET, VEDIA. The Archaeology of Etruscan Society. (Albert J. Nijboer), (170-173).

RALPH M. ROSEN AND INEKE SLUITER, City, Countryside, and the Spatial Organization of Value in Classical Antiquity. (Victoria Emma Pagán), (173-175).

RAY LAURENCE. Roman Pompeii: Space and Society, 2nd Edition. (Roger Ling), (175-178).

JOHN T. RAMSEY, A Descriptive Catalogue of Greco-Roman Comets from 500 BC to AD 400. (Richard B. Stothers), (178-181).

MARK W. CHAVALAS (ed.). Current Issues and the Study of the Ancient Near East. (Matt Waters), (182-184).

DAVID GOLDENBERG. The Origins of Judaism: From Canaan to the Rise of Islam. (Michael Lovano), (189-190).

JOHN R. HINNELLS (ed.), A Handbook of Ancient Religions. (Martin S. Jaffee), (190-192).

KATE COOPER AND JULIE HILLNER (eds.), Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in early Christian Rome, 300-900. (John Martens), (192-194).

BIRGER A. PEARSON. Ancient Gnosticism: Traditions and Literature. (John Martens), (194-196).

JOHN T. FITZGERALD (ed.), Passions and Moral Progress in Greco-Roman Thought. (Douglass Cairns), (196-198).

SILKE TRZEIONKA. Magic and the Supernatural in Fourth-Century Syria. (C. Robert Phillips, III), (198-202).

NORMAL RUSSELL (ed.), Theophilus of Alexandria. The Early Church Fathers. (John A. McGuckin), (202-203).

JACLYN L. MAXWELL. Christianization and Communication in Late Antiquity. John Chrysostom and his Congregation in Anotioch. (Hagith Sivan), (203-207).


Volume 23: 2009

GEOFF ADAMS, The Sexual Behaviour and Policies of the Emperor Domitian in Book 67 of Cassius Dio, (1-18).

JACEK RZEPKA, Conspirators — Companions — Bodyguards: A Note on the So-Called Mercenaries’ Source and the Conspiracy of Bessus (Curt. 5.8.1-11), (19-31).

RAPHAEL SEALEY, The Drakontian Law of 409/8 B.C., (32-37).

SABINE MÜLLER, In the Favour of Aphrodite: Sulla, Demetrius Poliorcetes, and the Symbolic Value of the Hetaira, (38-49).

LAWRENCE A. TRITLE, Inside the Hoplite Agony, (50-69).

ALDO SETAIOLI, Review Article: A Recent Book on Seneca and his Conception of the Self, (70-84).

Volume 24: 2010

STEFANO BERTI, The Athenian Victory over the Boeotians and the Chalcidians (506 B.C.) in the Light of the Epigraphical Findings, (3-22).

EGIDIA OCCHIPINTI, Political Conflicts in Chios between the end of the 5th and the first half of the 4th Century B.C., (23-43).       

VIVIEN HOWAN, Chabrias and Egypt, (44-60). 

SALVATORE VACANTE, Alexander’s Realpolitik in action: The Mission of Alcimachus son of Agathocles in Aeolis and Ionia, (61-70).  

GRAHAM WRIGHTSON, The Nature of Command in the Macedonian Sarissa Phalanx, (71-92).                                                                  

SANDRA OTTLEY, The Coup of Nymphidius Sabinus, (93-110).                                                                                                                             

SERENA CONNOLLY, A Grammarian Honors the Emperors, (111-123).                                                                                                                

CHRISTIAN LAES, Children in the Philogelos, (124-141).                                                                                                                                          

Volume 25: 2011
DOMINGO AVILÉS, Slaves, Non-Citizens and Written Law in Ancient Greece, (1-8).

MARINA FISCHER, The Hetaira’s Kalathos: Prostitutes and the Textile Industry in Ancient Greece, (9-28).

GAIUS STERN, The Rarely Heard Voices of Rome’s Lower Classes in Consular Elections, (29-46).

NICK REYMOND, Poverty, Class and the Formation of the Poetic Identity in Petronius, (47-64).

AVI AVIDOV, Were the Romans a Mediterranean Society (and Why Should the Jews Have Cared)?, (65-72).

MORRIS SILVER, Contractual Slavery in the Roman Economy, (73-132).

MATTHEW PERRY, Quintus Haterius and the “Dutiful” Freedman: The consideration of sexual conduct between patrons and freedpersons in Roman Law, (133-148).

Volume 26: 2012

ANDREW COLLINS, Callisthenes on Olympias and Alexander’s Divine Birth, (1-14).

WALDEMAR HECKEL, The Royal Hypaspists in Battle: Macedonian hamippoi, (15-20).

TIMOTHY HOWE and SABINE MÜLLER, Mission Accomplished: Alexander at the Hyphasis, (21-38).

CHARLOTTE DUNN and PAT WHEATLEY, Craterus and the Dedication Date of the Delphi Lion Monument, (39-48).

EDWARD M. ANSON, The Macedonian Patriot: the Diadoch Craterus, (49-58).

DIANE HARRIS CLINE, Six Degrees of Alexander: Social Network Analysis as a Tool for Ancient History, (59-70).

SALVATORE VACANTE, Alexander the Great and the “Defeat” of the Sogdianian Revolt, (87-130).

JOSEPH ROISMAN, Royal Power, Law and Justice in Ancient Macedonia, (131-148).

JOHN WALSH, Antipater and Early Hellenistic Literature, (149-162).

Volume 27: 2013

KURT A. RAAFLAUB, Homer and the Agony of Hoplite Battle, (1-22).

ARLENE ALLAN, ‘Thanks, but No Thanks’: Oikêia Kaka and Theramenes’ Failed Dokimasia, (23-28).

BRUCE LAFORSE, Praising Agesilaus: the Limits of Panhellenic Rhetoric, (29-48).

GARY FARNEY, The Trojan Genealogy of the Iulii before Caesar the Dictator, (49-54).

BENJAMIN HICKS, The Prosecution of M. Plautius Silvanus (pr. 24), (55-64).

KORNEEL VAN LOMMEL, The Terminology of Medical Discharge and an Identity Shift among the Roman Disabled Veterans, (64-74).

FEDERICO RUSSO, The Oscans in the Greek and Roman Tradition: Some Notes, (75-82).

JEREMY LABUFF, Who(‘)s(e) Karian Language, Names, and Identity, (86-107).  

GABRIEL BAKER, Sallust, Marius, and the Alleged Violation of the Ius Belli, (87-129). 

ANDREW W COLLINS, Alexander the Great and the Kingship of Babylon, (130-148). 

NIKOS KARKAVELIAS, Phrynichus Stratonidou Deiradiotes and the Ionia Campaign in 412 BC: Thuc. 8.25-27, (149-161). 

VINCENT ROSIVACH, Funding Jury Pay in Athens c. 461 BC, (162-167). 

Review Article:

THOMAS A. J. MCGINN, Hire-Lease in Roman Law and Beyond, (168-187). 


Volume 28: 2014

HUGH LINDSAY, Strabo and the shape of his Historika Hypomnemata, (1-19). 

PAUL MCKECHNIE, W.W. Tarn and the philosophers, (20-36). 

MONICA D’AGOSTINI, The Shade of Andromache Laodike of Sardis between Homer and Polybios, (37-60). 

JOHN SHANNAHAN, Two Notes on the Battle of Cunaxa, (61-81). 

LARA O’SULLIVAN, Fighting With the Gods: Divine Narratives and the Siege of Rhodes, (84-98). 

MICHAEL CHAMPION, The Siege of Rhodes and the Ethics of War, (99-111). 

ALEXANDER K. NEFEDKIN, Once More on the Origin of Scythed Chariot, (112-118). 

DAVID LUNT, The Thrill of Victory and the Avoidance of Defeat: Alexander as Sponsor of Athletic Contests, (120-134). 

Volume 29: 2015

JOHN WALSH, Antipater and the Lamian War: A Study in 4th Century Macedonian Counterinsurgency Doctrine, (1-27).  


NIKOS KARKAVELIAS, The End of the Four Hundred Regime, (28-56).                                                                              


ELOISA PAGANONI, Bithynia in Memnon’s Perì Herakleias: A Case Study for a Reappraisal of Old and New Proposals, (57-79).  


Review Article:

THOMAS SCANLON, Satan’s Business or the People’s Choice: The Decline of Athletics in Late Antiquity, (80-90).  


BENJAMIN SCOLNIC, The Villages of the Carians in Diodorus Siculus and Seleucus I’s Route to Babylon in the Winter of 312/311 B.C.E., (91-114).


ANDREW G. SCOTT, Leadership, Valor, and Spartan Death in Battle in Xenophon’s Hellenica, (115-133). 


GUGLIELMO BAGELLA, Il Metodo Compositivo di Plutarco per la Vita di Crasso, (134-156). 


ALEXANDER YAKOBSON, Cicero, the Constitution and the Roman People, (157-177). 


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