Purchase Articles from Volume 6 to 10


Volume 6: 1992

A. H. MAMOOJEE, The Purpose of Q. Cicero’s Legateship in Gual, (1-9). 

J. IAIN MCDOUGALL, Cassius Ravilla and the Trial of the Vestals, (10-17). 

M. JAMES MOSCOVICH, The Political Context of Dio Cassius Fr. 70. 2-3, (18-23). 

W. JEFFERY TATUM, Military Defeat and Electoral Success – Two Corrections, (24). 

A. A. BARRETT, New Light on an Urban Landscape, (25-29). 

WALTER SCHEIDEL, A New ‘Roman Agrarian History’?, (30-41). 

RICHARD J. A. TALBERT, Augustus and His Principate, (42-44). 

F. W. WALBANK, The Hellenistic Age, (45-54). 

STANLEY M. BURSTEIN, An Elephant for Anastasius: A Note on P. Mich. inv. 4290, (55-57). 

T. G. ELLIOTT, ‘Constantine’s Conversion’ Revisited, (59-62). 

DUNCAN FISHWICK, Soldier and Emperor, (63-72). 

L.S.B. MACCOULL, Towards an Appropriate Context for the Study of Late Antique Egypt, (73-79). 

NANCY DEMAND, The Greek City, (80-88). 

DAVID MACDONALD, Septimius Severus Revisited, (89-94). 

D. A. BOWMAN, Pausanias 7. 11. 1-2 and the Identity of ho Gallos, (95-102). 

R. J. BUCK, The Athenians at Thebes in 379/8 B.C., (103-109). 

WILLIAM J. CHERF, The Provincial Status of Roman Herakleia Trachinia, (110-116). 

NATHAN ROSENSTEIN, Nobilitas and The Political Implications of Military Defeat, (117-126). 

G. J. SZEMLER AND N. C. WILKIE, Two Inscriptions from West Lokris and Doris, (127-136). 

IAN MORRIS, Greeks on the Move, (137-145). 

C. L. FALKNER, Thucydides and the Peloponnesian Raid on Piraeus in 429 B.C., (147-155). 

KATE MORTENSEN, Eurydice: Demonic or Devoted Mother, (156-171). 

BOB DEVELIN, Democracy Rules, (172-176). 

CHERYL ANNE COX, On Roger Just’s Women in Athenian Law and Life, (177-186). 

FRANK J. FROST, Staying Alive on the Ancient Greek Farm, (187-195). 

Volume 7: 1993

PETER BICKNELL, Blue Suns, The Son of Heaven, and the Chronology of the Volcanic Veil of the 40’s B.C., (2-11). 

PETER KRENTZ, Athens’ Allies and the Phallophoria, (12-16). 

ANTHONY J. MARSHALL, The Case of Cloatilla: a Note on Quintilian’s Quotations from the Defense Speech of Domitius Afer, (17-27). 

MICHAEL B. WALBANK, Review Article. Recent Work On Greek Inscriptions And The History Of the Attic Alphabet, (28-36). 

Celeste A. Peters, reviewing J.N. Postgate, Early Mesopotamia: Society and Economy at the Dawn of History (37-38). 

Carol Thomas, reviewing Peter Karavites, Promise-Giving and Treaty-Making: Homer and the Near East (39-40). 

ALFRED FRENCH, A Note on the Size of the Athenian Armed Forces in 431 B.C., (43-48). 

A. S. HENRY, Athens and Egesta (IG i3.11), (49-53). 

CHRISSOULA VELIGIANNI, Zum sogenannten Ehrendekret der Lampadephoroi der Aiantis (IG 112 1250), (54-58). 

IAN WORTHINGTON, The Date of the Tegea Decree (Tod ii 202): A Response to the Diagramma of Alexander III or of Polyperchon?, (59-64). 

A. J. MAMOOJEE, The Date of the Trial of Q. Gallius, (65-72). 

DAVID F. BUCK, Eunapius on Julian’s Acclimation as Augustus, (73-80). 

S. M. BURSTEIN, The Origin of the Athenian Privileges at Bosporus: A Reconsideration, (81-83). 

T. R. ROBINSON, Alexander and the Ganges: The Text of Diodorus XVIII 6.2, (84-99). 

ROBERT J. BUCK, The Hellenistic Boiotian League, (100-106). 

WALTER SCHEIDEL, Slavery and the Shackled Mind: On Fortune-telling and Slave Mentality in the Graeco-Roman World, (107-114). 

E.F. BLOEDOW, Hermocrates’ Strategy Against the Athenians in 415 B.C. , (115-124). 

LAWRENCE A. TRITLE, Continuity and Change in the Athenian Strategia, (125-129). 

CRAIG COOPER, A Note on Antipater’s Demand of Hyperides and Demosthenes, (130-135). 

JOHN MURPHEY, Pompey’s Eastern Acta, (136-142). 

R.M. FRAKES, Ammianus Marcellinus and Osroene, (143-147). 

JOHN JUMPHREY, Dio on the Julio-Claudians: Review, (148-150). 

Volume 8: 1994

C. T. H. R. EHRHARDT, Two Notes on Xenophon, Anabasis, (1-4). 

J.T. Roberts, reviewing Paul Rahe, Republics Ancient and Modern: Classical Republicanism and the American Revolution (5-9). 

S. M. BURSTEIN, The Challenge of Black Athena: An Interim Assessment, (11-17). 

M. D. THOMAS, Censure of the Censors: Livy in a ‘comic’ mode, (18-27). 

R. J. EVANS, The Strange Affair of the Murdered Consul: A Study of Livy, 40. 37. 1-7, (28-34). 

F. RUSSELL, A Note on the Athenian Defeat at Notium, (35-37). 

G. E. PESELY, How Many Copies of the Hellenica Oxyrhynchia Have Been Found?, (38-44). 

P. KRENTZ, Continuing the Othismos on Othismos, (45-48). 

M. J. MOSCOVICH, Dio Cassius, Tzetzes, and the ‘healthful islands’, (50-53). 

B. LEADBETTER, Another Emperor Julian and the Accession of Diocletian, (54-59). 

J. C. YARDLEY, The Literary Background to Justin/Trogus, (60-70). 

A. FRENCH, Pericles’ Citizenship Law, (71-75). 

L. J. SANDERS, Nationalistic Recommendations and Policies in the Seventh and Eighth Platonic Epistles, (76-85). 

S. TREGGIARI, Leges sine moribus, (86-98). 

B. J. KAVANAGH, Corbulo’s Origins and the Rebellion of Vindex, (99-105). 

I. STOREY, The Politics of ‘angry Eupolis’, (107-120). 

R. D. GRIFFITH, Hippias’ Missing Tooth (Hdt 6. 107), (121-122). 

E. D. CARNEY, Arsinoëbefore she was Philadelphus, (123-131). 

A. M. DEVINE, The Short Sarisa: Tactical reality or scribal error?, (132). 

E. D. CLARK, Roman Legionary Forces in Sicily During the Second Punic War: The Number of Legions Stationed on the Island from 214 to 210 B. C., (133-140). 

L. A. TRITLE, Whose Tool? Ammianus Marcellinus on the Emperor Valens, (141-153). 

Volume 9: 1995

E. BAYNHAM, Who Put the ‘Romance’ in the Alexander Romance?: The Alexander Romances Within Alexander Historiography, (1-13). 

R. J. BUCK, The Character of Theramenes, (14-24). 

D. HAMEL, Strategoi on the Bema: The Separation of Political and Military Authority in Fourth-Century Athens, (25-39). 

A. M. DEVINE, Polybius’ Lost Tactica: The Ultimate Source for the Tactical Manuals of Asclepiodotus, Aelian, and Arrian?, (40-44). 

R. H. STORCH, Relative Deprivation and the Ides of March: Motive for Murder, (45-52). 

J. E. ATKINSON, Nicias and the Fear of Failure Syndrome, (55-63). 

D. WHITEHEAD, The Impeachment of Philon (Hypereides, Pro Euxenippo 1), (64-67). 

L. A. CURCHIN, The Unburied Dead at Thermopylae (279 B. C.), (68-71). 

R. L. DISE, A Reassessment of the Functions of beneficiarii consularis, (72-85). 

D. F. BUCK, The Reign of Aurelian in Eunapius’ Histories, (86-92). 

E. F. BLOEDOW, Diplomatic Negotiations between Darius and Alexander: Historical Implications of the First Phase at Marathus in Phoenicia in 333/332 B. C., (93-110). 

N. G. L. HAMMOND, Alexander’s Order during the Cleitus Episode, (111-116). 

C. FALKNER, The Battle of Syme, 411 B. C. (Thuc. 8. 42), (117-124). 

C. EHRHARDT, Lysias on Theramenes, (125-126). 

M. B. FLORY, The Deification of Roman Women, (127-134). 

C. L. MURISON, The Death of Titus: A Reconsideration, (135-142). 

D. CHERRY, Re-Figuring the Roman Epigraphic Habit, (143-156). 

Volume 10: 1996

PHYLLIS FORSYTH, The Pre-Eruption Shape of Bronze Age Thera: a new model, (1-10). 

MATTHEW WATERS, Darius and the Achaemenid Line, (11-18). 

A. B. BOSWORTH, The Tumult and the Shouting: Two Interpretations of the Cleitus Episode, (19-30). 

ROSS SCAIFE, Protagorean Frames of Reference in Thucydides, (31-37). 

ÉRIC PERRIN, Remarques sur la «liberation» d’Athènes et la situation financière de la cité de 299 à 168 av. J.-C., (39-46). 

WILLIAM S. GREENWALT, ‘Proto-Historical’ Argead Women: Lan(ice?), Cleonice, Cleopatra, Prothoe, Niconoe, (47-50). 

DINA KALLINTZI – CHRYSSOULA VELIGIANNI, Eine neue Weihinschrift aus Abdera, (51-65). 

DAVID MACDONALD, Claudius Attalos as Logistes at Synnada, (66-72). 

MARTHA L. EDWARDS, The Cultural Context of Deformity in the Ancient Greek World, (79-92). 

ALICE CHRIST, Consuming Bodies in Early Imperial Rome, (93-109). 

ANTONY G. KEEN, Alexander’s Invasion of Lycia: its route and purpose, (110-118). 

E. F. BLOEDOW, On ‘Wagons’ and ‘Shields’: Alexander’s Crossing of Mount Haemus in 335 B.C., (119-130). 

ROBERT A. HADLEY, Diodorus 18.60.1-3: A Case of Remodeled Source Materials, (131-147). 



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