Recent Publications

2024

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Number of items: 9.

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Draycott, J. (2024) Repairing and reconstructing the body of the combatant: the commission, design and manufacture of assistive technology for wounded soldiers and veterans. In: Chidwick, H.-M. (ed.) The Body of the Combatant in the Ancient Mediterranean. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350240858 (In Press)

Draycott, J. (2024) The use of Cleopatra VII in late nineteenth and early twentieth century soap advertising. In: Draycott, J. and Totelin, L. (eds.) The Reception of Antiquity in Modern Cosmetics Marketing and Advertising: I’m Your Venus. Bloomsbury. (Accepted for Publication)

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Fox, M. (2024) Rereading De Republica: popular philosophy and historicism. In: Hahmann, A. and Vazquez, M. (eds.) Cicero as Philosopher: New Perspectives on his Philosophy and its Legacy. De Gruyter: Berlin. (Accepted for Publication)

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Lindberg, M. and [Translator] Fox, M. (2024) GRAFFITI [Libretto, translated from the Latin into English]. [Compositions]

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McDonald, A. (2024) Panther, panther, burning (not so) bright... The impact of iconicity on sign identity, evolution and obsolescence in the Pyramid Texts. In: Cervelló Autuori, J. and Orriols, M. (eds.) Signs, Language, and Culture. The Semograms of the Pyramid Texts between Iconicity and Referential Reality. Brill: Leiden. (Accepted for Publication)

McDonald, A. (2024) Putting intentions in their place: materialising meaning through spatial dynamics in Appeals to the Dead. In: Zamacona, C. G. (ed.) Variablilty in the Earlier Egyptian Mortuary Texts. Series: Harvard Egyptological Studies. Brill: Leiden, pp. 82-116. ISBN 9789004677975 (doi: 10.1163/9789004677982_005)

Morrison, A. (2024) «El pasado es un país extraño: allí hacen las cosas de manera diferente...» (L. P. Hartley, The Go-Between, 1953): puntos de vista historiográficos y etnográficos en la poesía de Calímaco y Apolonio = "The past is a strange country: they do things differently there..." (L. P. Hartley, The Go-Between, 1953): historiographical and ethnographic points of view in the poetry of Callimachus and Apollonius. In: Gallé Cejudo, R. J., Fernández Camacho, P. and a Plaza Salguero, S. M. (eds.) Studia Hellenistica Gaditana IV: Cuando la poesía se asoma a los umbrales de la historia I = Studia Hellenistica Gaditana IV: When poetry is close to the shadows of history (I). Series: Quaderni di Satura. Pensa Multimedia: Lecce, pp. 277-292. ISBN 9791255681014

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Omissi, A. (2024) Anthony Kaldellis – Marion Kruse, The Field Armies of the East Roman Empire, 361–630. Cambridge – New York: Cambridge University Press 2023. xviii+205 pp. – ISBN 978-1-009-29694-6. Byzantine Review, 6, pp. 159-167. (doi: 10.17879/byzrev-2024-5549)[Book Review]

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Panayotakis, C. (2024) Towards a comparative analysis of the presence, formal characteristics, and function of moralising maxims (sententiae) in Plautus and Menander. In: Vogt-Spira, G. and Zimmermann, B. (eds.) Plautus Revisited: Problemstellungen und Perspektiven der Plautusforschung. Verlag Antike: Göttingen, pp. 188-122. ISBN 9783949189906

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2023

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Number of items: 22.

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Antoniou, A. (2023) Athena spits blood at Rome, Victoria flees from the enemy: Portenta and identity in the early principate. Greece and Rome, 70(2), pp. 175-196. (doi: 10.1017/S0017383523000013)

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Chadha, Z. (2023) Sealed with a curse: elegy, epistolography, and magic ritual in Ovid Heroides 6. In: Tiziana Drago, A. and Hodkinson, O. (eds.) Ancient Love Letters Form, Themes, Approaches. De Gruyter, pp. 181-199. ISBN 9783110999693 (doi: 10.1515/9783110989472-010)

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Draycott, J. (2023) Automata, cyborgs, and hybrids: bodies and machines in antiquity. In: Gerolemou, M. and Kazantzidis, G. (eds.) Body and Machine in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 48-69. ISBN 9781316514665 (doi: 10.1017/9781009085786.003)

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Fox, M. (2023) Cicero and the evolution of philosophical dialogue. In: Garani, M., Konstan, D. and Reydams-Schils, G. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Roman Philosophy. Series: Oxford handbooks. Oxford University Press: New York, pp. 159-172. ISBN 9780199328383 (hardback); 9780197639832 (online); 9780197639825 (epub) (doi: 10.1093/oxfordhb/9780199328383.013.10)

Fox, M. (2023) Latin critical theory in the early eighteenth century. In: Verhaart, F. and Brockliss, L. (eds.) The Latin Language and the Enlightenment. Series: Oxford University studies in the enlightenment. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool, pp. 183-208. ISBN 9781802077735

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McDonald, A. and Mills, A. (2023) The Hieratic collection in The Hunterian, University of Glasgow. In: Fanciulli, A., Gabler, K., Izak, J., Landrino, M., Müller, M., Pietri, R., Polis, S., Sojic, N., Töpfer, S. and Unter, S. (eds.) New Kingdom Hieratic Collections From Around the World. Part 2. Series: Aegyptiaca Leodiensia (13.2). University of Liege: Liege. (Accepted for Publication)

Mili, M. (2023) Agency and naming the gods in dedications from central Greece: case Studies from Boiotia and Thessaly. In: Gallopin, T. and Lebreton, S. (eds.) Divine Names and Agency in Ancient Greek and West Semitic Texts. Series: Orbis Biblicus et Orientalis. Peeters: Louvain. (Accepted for Publication)

Mili, M. (2023) Why did the Greek gods need objects? In: Haysom, M., Mili, M. and Wallensten, J. (eds.) The Stuff of the Gods. The Material Aspects of Religion in Ancient Greece. Series: Acta instituti atheniensis regni sueciae. Swedish Institute at Athens and Rome: Stockholm. (Accepted for Publication)

Morrison, A. D. (2023) Lookin’ for love (in Plato’s Epistles). In: Tiziana Drago, A. and Hodkinson, O. (eds.) Ancient Love Letters: Form, Themes, Approaches. De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 103-118. ISBN 9783110999693 (doi: 10.1515/9783110989472-006)

Morrison, A. D. (2023) Order and structure in the Letters of Philostratus. In: Marquis, É. (ed.) Epistolary Fiction in Ancient Greek Literature. Series: Philologus. Supplemente (19). De Gruyter: Berlin ; Boston, pp. 63-76. ISBN 9783110996241 (doi: 10.1515/9783110983739-005)

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Omissi, A. (2023) The enemies of the tetrarchs: barbarians, rebels and usurpers in the ideology of Diocletian’s tetrarchy. In: The Tetrarchy as Ideology: Reconfigurations and Representations of an Imperial Power. Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart. (In Press)

Omissi, A. (2023) Hamstrung horses: dating Constantine’s departure from the court of Galerius. Journal of Late Antiquity, 16(1), pp. 4-26.

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Panayotakis, C. (2023) ‘Early Latin’ and the fragments of Atellane comedy. In: Adams, N.J., Chahoud, A. and Pezzini, G. (eds.) Early Latin. Cambridge University Press, pp. 411-433. (doi: 10.1017/9781108671132.024)

Panayotakis, C. (2023) Female sexual jealousy onstage: Plautus, Greek mime-plays, and Puccini’s Tosca. In: De Poli, M. and Vesentin, P. (eds.) Il teatro delle emozioni: la gelosia. Atti del 4o convegno internazionale di studi (Padova, 15 dicembre 2021 – online). Padova University Press: Padova, pp. 51-72. ISBN 9788869383755

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Ruffell, I. (2023) ‘How could a city become straight?' Aristophanes and the trans foundations of the comic state. In: Haselswerdt, E., Lindheim, S. H. and Ormand, K. (eds.) Routledge Handbook of Classics and Queer Theory. Series: Routledge handbooks of classics and theory. Routledge, pp. 202-214. ISBN 9781032026794

Ruffell, I. (2023) Prometheus bound: the principle of hope. In: Bromberg, J. A. and Burian, P. (eds.) A Companion to Aeschylus. Series: Blackwell companions to the ancient world. Wiley, pp. 158-170. ISBN 9781119072409 (doi: 10.1002/9781119072348.ch12)

Ruffell, I. A. (2023) Not yet the android: the limits of wonder in ancient automata. In: Gerolemou, M. and Kazantzidis, G. (eds.) Body and Machine in Classical Antiquity. Cambridge University Press, pp. 70-104. ISBN 9781009085786 (doi: 10.1017/9781009085786.004)

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Steel, C. (2023) The arrival of eloquence? The changing parameters of public speech in the second century. In: Santangelo, F. and Balbo, M. (eds.) A Community in Transition: Rome between Hannibal and the Gracchi. Oxford University Press: New York, pp. 293-309. ISBN 9780197655245 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780197655245.003.0011)

Steel, C. (2023) Cultural memory and political change in the public speech of the late Roman Republic. In: Dinter, M. T. and Guérin, C. (eds.) Cultural Memory in Republican and Augustan Rome. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge ; New York, pp. 203-217. ISBN 9781009327756 (doi: 10.1017/9781009327749.012)

Steel, C. (2023) From inimici to hostes: internal conflict in the oratory of the Roman Republic, 133–88 BCE. In: Borm, H., Gotter, U. and Havener, W. (eds.) A Culture of Civil War? Series: Heidelberger althistorische Beiträge und epigraphische Studien (65). Franz Steiner Verlag, pp. 327-341. ISBN 9783515134019

Steel, C. (2023) Invective and provincial government: Cicero and his predecessors. In: Geitner, P., Pausch, D., Schwameis, C. and Wierzcholowski, R. (eds.) Ciceronian Invectives: Emotions, Configurations, and Reactions. Series: Emotions in antiquity. Mohr Siebeck: Tubingen, pp. 61-75. ISBN 9783161610356

Steel, C. (2023) Senatus frequens revisited: the quorum in the Roman Republican Senate. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte, (Accepted for Publication)

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2022

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Number of items: 14.

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Antoniou, A. (2022) Reading by example: Valerius Maximus and the historiography of exempla. Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2022(11.38), [Book Review]

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Chadha, Z. (2022) Erotic magic, elegy, and iambic in Horace’s Epodes. Eugesta(12), pp. 93-136.

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Draycott, J. (2022) Cleopatra’s Daughter: Egyptian Princess, Roman Prisoner, African Queen. Apollo: London. ISBN 9781800244801

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Gibson, R. and Morrison, A. D. (2022) Patterns of arrangement in Greco-Roman letter collections: 400 BCE – 400 CE. In: Fascione, S. (ed.) Concatenantur sibi epistulae nostrae: Reading Ancient Latin Letter Collections (23-24 September 2021). Il Castello Edizioni: Foggia, pp. 13-59. ISBN 9788865722190

Grillo, F. (2022) Socrates (AP 14.1[-64]): a Pythagorising Middle Platonist? Mnemosyne, 75(6), pp. 930-945. (doi: 10.1163/1568525X-bja10077)

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Hau, L. I. (2022) Polybios’ griechische Perspektive auf Rom: Politische Theorie, Religion und Moralität. In: Scherr, J., Gronau, M. and Saracino, S. (eds.) Polybios von Megalopolis. Staatsdenken zwischen griechischer Poliswelt und römischer Res Publica. Series: Staatsverständnisse. Nomos: Baden-Baden, pp. 115-134. ISBN 9783848751013 (doi: 10.5771/9783845293035-115)

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Omissi, A. (2022) Late Roman Italy in Latin Panegyric: From the Panegyrici Latini to Ennodius (289–507). In: Late Roman Italy: Imperium to Regnum. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh. ISBN 9781399518024 (Accepted for Publication)

Omissi, A. (2022) Simon Swain (ed. and tr.): Themistius and Valens. Orations 6–13. Plekos, 24, pp. 435-442. [Book Review]

Omissi, A. (2022) Two letters of the usurper Magnus Maximus (Collectio Avellana 39 and 40). Classical Quarterly, 72(1), pp. 391-415. (doi: 10.1017/S000983882200043X)

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Panayotakis, C. (2022) Cyprus and its myths on the Roman stage. In: Tzounakas, S., Alekou, S. and Harrison, S. J. (eds.) The Reception of Ancient Cyprus in Western Culture. Series: Trends in classics - supplementary volumes (139). De Gruyter: Berlin and Boston, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9783110996654 (doi: 10.1515/9783110984309)

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Ruffell, I. (2022) Bacchae: "an excessively high price to pay for being reluctant to emerge from the closet"? In: Olsen, S. and Telò, M. (eds.) Queer Euripides: Re-Readings in Greek Tragedy. Bloomsbury Academic: London, pp. 239-248. ISBN 9781350249622

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Steel, C. (2022) Consulars, political office and leadership in the middle and late republic. In: Frolov, R. and Burden-Strevens, C. (eds.) Leadership and Initiative in Late Republican and Early Imperial Rome. Series: Mnemosyne, supplements (453). Brill: Leiden, pp. 133-148. ISBN 9789004511392

Steel, C. (2022) Rhetoric and Roman Political Culture. In: Arena, V. and Prag, J. (eds.) A Companion to Roman Political Culture. Series: Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World. Wiley-Blackwell: Hoboken, NJ; Chichester., pp. 446-454. ISBN 9781444339659 hbk, 9781119673712 pbk, 9781119673651 ePDF, 9781119673590 oBook, 9781119673675 epub (doi: 10.1002/9781119673675.ch32)

Steel, C. E. W. (2022) The reception of Cicero’s speeches in the early empire. In: Berno, F. R. and La Bua, G. (eds.) Portraying Cicero in Literature, Culture, and Politics: From Ancient to Modern Times. Series: CICERO (4). de Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 233-245. ISBN 9783110748420 (doi: 10.1515/9783110748703-014)

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2021

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Number of items: 19.

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Antoniou, A. (2021) Review – A. Villaret, "Les dieux augustes dans l'Occident romain.". Latomus, [Book Review]

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Draycott, J. (2021) Prostheses in classical antiquity: a taxonomy. In: Adams, E. (ed.) Disability Studies and the Classical Body: The Forgotten Other. Routledge: London. ISBN 9780367221959 (doi: 10.4324/9780429273711)

Draycott, J. (2021) Prosthetics and Assistive Technology in Ancient Greece and Rome. Cambridge University Press. (Accepted for Publication)

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Hau, L. I. (2021) The fragments of Polybius compared with those of the ‘tragic’ historians Duris and Phylarchu. Histos, 15, pp. 238-282.

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McDonald, A. (2021) Les mollusques de l’Égypte antique hors de leur coquille = Coaxing the molluscs of ancient Egypt out of their shells. Egypte, Afrique et Orient, 2, pp. 3-14.

Mili, M. (2021) Croesus' lost shield and other marvellous objects. Kernos, 34, pp. 55-67. (doi: 10.4000/kernos.3843)

Mili, M. (2021) Robert S. Wagman, The Cave of the Nymphs at Pharsalus. Studies on a Thessalian Country Shrine. Journal of Greek Archaeology, 6, pp. 413-418. [Book Review]

Mili, M. and Wallensten, J. (2021) Dedications from the dead: the strange case of Hermes Chthonios. In: Mackil, E. and Papazarkadas, N. (eds.) reek Epigraphy and Religion. Papers in Memory of Sara.B Aleshire from the Second North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy. Series: Brill studies in Greek and Roman epigraphy, 16. Brill: Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 227-247. ISBN 9789004442535 (doi: 10.1163/9789004442542_013)

Morrison, A. D. (2021) Dead letter office? Making sense of Greek letter collections. Bulletin of the John Rylands Library, 97(2), pp. 1-18. (doi: 10.7227/BJRL.97.2.1)

Morrison, A. D. (2021) Myth and narrative in Theocritus. In: Kyriakou, P., Sistakou, E. and Rengakos, A. (eds.) Brill's Companion to Theocritus. Series: Brill's companions to classical studies. Brill: Leiden ; Boston, pp. 431-453. ISBN 9789004373556 (doi: 10.1163/9789004466715_019)

Morrison, A.D. (2021) Divine memory, mortal forgetfulness and human misfortune. In: Mawford, K. and Ntanou, E. (eds.) Ancient Memory: Remembrance and Commemoration in Graeco-Roman Literature. Series: Trends in classics - supplementary volumes (119). De Gruyter: Berlin ; Boston, pp. 247-265. ISBN 9783110728712 (doi: 10.1515/9783110728798-012)

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Omissi, A. (2021) Catherine Ware (ed. and tr.): A Literary Commentary on Panegyrici Latini VI(7). An Oration Delivered before the Emperor Constantine in Trier, ca. AD 310. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press 2021. X, 396 p. £ 100.00/$ 130.00. ISBN: 978-1-107-12369-4. Plekos, 23, pp. 297-304. [Book Review]

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Ruffell, I. (2021) The aesthetics of the comic list. In: Lämmle, R., Scheidegger Lämmle, C. and Wesselmann, K. (eds.) Lists and Catalogues in Ancient Literature and Beyond: Towards a Poetics of Enumeration. Series: Trends in classics : supplementary volumes, 107. De Gruyter: Berlin, Germany, pp. 327-360. ISBN 9783110712193 (doi: 10.1515/9783110712230-015)

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Steel, C. (2021) Philosophy in Cicero's speeches. In: Atkins, J. W. and Bénatouïl, T. (eds.) The Cambridge Companion to Cicero's Philosophy. Cambridge University Press, pp. 59-70. ISBN 9781108241649 (doi: 10.1017/9781108241649.006)

Steel, C. (2021) A single ruling class? The evidence of electoral oratory. In: Pitia, S., Schettino, M. T. and Zecchini, G. (eds.) Héritages de Sylla. Series: Monografie del Centro Ricerche di Documentazione sull'Antichità Classica (52). L'Erma de Bretschneider: Rome, pp. 77-92. ISBN 9788891322814

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Xenophontos, S. (2021) Exploring emotions in Late Byzantium: Theodore Metochites on affectivity. Byzantion, 91, pp. 423-463. (doi: 10.2143/BYZ.91.0.3289891)

Xenophontos, S. (2021) George Pachymeres’ Commentary on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics. Series: Commentaria in Aristotelem Graeca et Byzantina. De Gruyter: Berlin. (Accepted for Publication)

Xenophontos, S. (2021) George Pachymeres’ commentary on Aristotle’s Nicomachean Ethics: a new witness to philosophical instruction and moral didacticism. In: Xenophontos, S. and Marmodoro, A. (eds.) The Reception of Greek Ethics in Late Antiquity and Byzantium. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 226-248. ISBN 9781108986359 (doi: 10.1017/9781108986359.014)

Xenophontos, S. and Marmodoro, A. (2021) Introduction. In: Xenophontos, S. and Marmodoro, A. (eds.) The Reception of Greek Ethics in Late Antiquity and Byzantium. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9781108986359 (doi: 10.1017/9781108986359.001)

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2020

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Number of items: 25.

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Fox, M. (2020) Disbelief at Rome: A reappraisal. In: Edelman-Singer, B., Niklas, T., Spittler, J. and Walt, L. (eds.) Sceptic and Believer in Ancient Mediterranean Religions. Series: Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament. Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, Germany. ISBN 9783161592492 (doi: 10.1628/978-3-16-159249-2)

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Hau, L. (2020) Tragedies of war in Duris and Phylarchus: social memory and experiential history. In: Klooster, J. and Kuin, I. N. I. (eds.) After the Crisis: Remembrance, Re-anchoring and Recovery in Ancient Greece and Rome. Bloomsbury Academic, pp. 49-64. ISBN 9781350128552

Hau, L. I. (2020) Trauma and morality in Thucydides. In: Jonasch, M. (ed.) The Fight for Greek Sicily: Society, Politics, and Landscape. Oxbow Books, pp. 99-106. ISBN 9781789253566

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McDonald, A. (2020) Emotions. UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, 1(1),

Morrison, A. (2020) Apollonius Rhodius, Herodotus and Historiography. Cambridge University Press: United Kingdom. ISBN 9781108492324

Morrison, A. (2020) Arguing over text(s): Master-texts vs. intertexts in the criticism of Lucretius. In: O'Rourke, D. (ed.) Approaches to Lucretius : Traditions and Innovations in Reading the De Rerum Natura. Cambridge University Press: United Kingdom, pp. 157-76. ISBN 9781108379854 (doi: 10.1017/9781108379854.010)

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Omissi, A. (2020) Civil war and the late Roman panegyrical corpus. In: Omissi, A. and Ross, A. J. (eds.) Imperial Panegyric from Diocletian to Honorius. Series: Translated texts for historians. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool. ISBN 9781789621105

Omissi, A. (2020) Depth, what is it good for? The problem of the many ranks. Ancient Warfare, XIV(1), pp. 52-55.

Omissi, A. (2020) Rhetoric and power: how imperial panegyric allowed civilian elites to access power in the fourth century. In: Manders, E. and Slootjes, D. (eds.) Leadership, Ideology and Crowds in the Roman Empire of the 4th Century AD. Series: Heidelberger Althoistorische Beiträge und Epigraphische Studien (62). Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart. ISBN 9783515124041

Omissi, A. and Ross, A. J. (2020) Imperial panegyric from Diocletian to Theodosius. In: Omissi, A. and Ross, A. J. (eds.) Imperial Panegyric from Diocletian to Honorius. Series: Translated texts for historians. Liverpool University Press: Liverpool. ISBN 9781789621105

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Panayotakis, C. (2020) Plays of mistaken identity. In: Dutsch, D. and Franko, G. F. (eds.) A Companion to Plautus. Series: Blackwell companions to the ancient world. Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 93-108. ISBN 9781118957981

Panayotakis, C. (2020) Pomponius’ Atellane comedy Lar familiaris (Prisc. Gramm. II 213) and the sexual neologism vaso (61 R3 = 57 F2). Rationes Rerum, 16, pp. 345-361.

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Ruffell, I.A. (2020) Conservative and radical: Aristophanic comedy and populist debate in democratic Athens. In: Rosen, R. M. and Foley, H. P. (eds.) Aristophanes and Politics. Series: Columbia studies in the classical tradition (45). Brill: Leiden, pp. 60-89. ISBN 9789004424456 (doi: 10.1163/9789004424463_006)

Ruffell, I. (2020) Poetics, perversions, and passing: approaching the transgender narratives of Thesmophoriazousai. Illinois Classical Studies, 45(2), pp. 333-367. (doi: 10.5406/illiclasstud.45.2.0333)

Ruffell, I. A. (2020) Politics and power. In: Ewans, M. (ed.) Cultural History of Comedy in Antiquity. Series: The Cultural histories series, 1. Bloomsbury Academic: London, pp. 119-136. ISBN 9781350000827

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Steel, C. (2020) The intersection of oratory and political change. In: Pina Polo, F. (ed.) The Triumviral Period: Civil War, Political Crisis and Socioeconomic Transformations. Series: Libera Res Publica. Prensas de la Universidad de Zaragoza: Zaragoza, pp. 191-204. ISBN 97884134009609

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Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Dark comedy in Frogs. Omnibus, 79, pp. 5-7.

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Identities. In: Ewans, M. (ed.) A Cultural History of Comedy. Series: The Cultural Histories Series, 1. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350000827

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) More than a sex-strike: A case of medical pathology in Lysistrata. Classical Journal, 116(1), pp. 1-20. (doi: 10.5184/classicalj.116.1.0001)

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) No laughing matter? The comic potential of madness in Aristophanes. In: Swallow, P. and Hall, E. (eds.) Aristophanic Humour: Theory and Practice. Bloomsbury: London, UK. ISBN 9781350101524

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) The shifting gender identity of Dionysus in Aristophanes’ Frogs. In: Kanellakis, D. and Fries, A. (eds.) With Mirth and Laughter: Essays on Greek Comedy in Honour of Angus M. Bowie. De Gruyter. (Accepted for Publication)

Tsoumpra, N. (2020) Undressing and cross-dressing: costume, ritual, and female empowerment in Aristophanes. Illinois Classical Studies, 45(2), pp. 368-398. (doi: 10.5406/illiclasstud.45.2.0368)

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White, R. G. , McGeachan, C. , Miller, G. and Xenophontos, S. (2020) "Other Psychotherapies” – healing interactions across time, geography and culture. Transcultural Psychiatry, 57(6), pp. 727-740. (doi: 10.1177/1363461520948997)

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Xenophontos, S. (2020) The reception of Plutarch in George Pisides’ panegyrical poems. Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies, 44(2), pp. 189-211. (doi: 10.1017/byz.2020.1)

Xenophontos, S. (2020) Theodore Metochites’ On Morals or Concerning Education: Introduction, Translation, and Notes. Series: Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library, 61. Harvard University Press: Cambridge, Mass.; London. ISBN 9780674244634

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2019

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Number of items: 29.

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Antoniou, A. A. (2019) Cassius Dio (51.20.6-8) and the worship of the living emperor in Italy. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 72, pp. 930-948. (doi: 10.1163/1568525X-12342606)

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Chaniotis, A. and Steel, C. (2019) Emotions in public: collectivities and polities. In: Cairns, D. (ed.) A Cultural History of the Emotions in Antiquity. Series: The cultural histories series, 1. Bloomsbury Academic. ISBN 9781472515063

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Draycott, J. (2019) Roman Domestic Medical Practice in Central Italy: From the Middle Republic to the Early Empire. Series: Medicine and the body in antiquity. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon. ISBN 9781472433961 (doi: 10.4324/9781315606859)

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Grillo, F. (2019) Too many Metrodoruses? The compiler of the ἀριθμητικά from AP XIV. Eikasmós, 30, pp. 249-264.

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Hau, L. (2019) Diodorus’ use of Agatharchides’ description of Africa. In: Coltelloni-Trannoy, M. and Morlet, S. (eds.) Histoire et Géographie Chez les Auteurs Grecs du lie Siecle Avant J.-C. au Vie Siecle Après J.-C. Boccard: Paris, pp. 27-42. ISBN 9782701805351

Hau, L. (2019) Pathos with a point: reflections on 'sensationalist' narratives of violence in Hellenistic historiography in the light of twenty-first-century historiography. In: Grethlein, J., Huitink, L. and Tagliabue, A. (eds.) Experience, Narrative, and Criticism in Ancient Greece: Under the Spell of Stories. Series: Cognitive classics. Oxford University Press, pp. 81-103. ISBN 9780198848295 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198848295.003.0005)

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Mili, M. (2019) Apista ta ton Thettalon. The dubious Thessalian state. In: Beck, H., Buraselis, K. and McAuley, A. (eds.) Ethnos and Koinon: Studies in Ancient Greek Ethnicity and Federalism. Series: Heidelberger althistorische Beiträge und epigraphische Studien (61). Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart. ISBN 9783515122177

Mili, M. (2019) Dedicatory dialogues in North-central Greece: Pherai and Philia in broader context. In: Lemos, I. and Tsingarida, A. (eds.) Beyond the Polis. Ritual Practices and the Construction of Social Identity in Early Greece. Editions de Boccard: Paris. ISBN 9782960202922

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Panayotakis, C. (2019) Native Italian drama and its influence on Plautus. In: Dinter, M. T. (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Roman Comedy. Series: Cambridge companions to literature. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 32-46. ISBN 9781107002104

Panayotakis, C. (2019) Slavery and beauty in Petronius. In: Panayotakis, S., Schmeling, G. and Paschalis, M. (eds.) Masters and Slaves in the Ancient Novel. Series: Ancient narrative supplement 23. Barkhuis Publishing: Eelde, pp. 181-201. ISBN 9789492444196

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Ruffell, I. (2019) Ancient theories of comedy. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 204-206. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Bergson. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, p. 132. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Cockaigne. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 198-199. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Didacticism. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 264-265. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Expurgation. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 347-348. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Freud. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 366-367. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Irony. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 456-457. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Joke patterns. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 460-462. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Performance criticism. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 682-684. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Psychoanalytic criticism. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, pp. 787-789. ISBN 9781118605042

Ruffell, I. (2019) Rebooting antiquity's robots. Argo: A Hellenic Review, 9, pp. 17-20.

Ruffell, I. (2019) Teleclides. In: Sommerstein, A. H. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Greek Comedy. Wiley: Malden, Mass. and Oxford, p. 924. ISBN 9781118605042

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Steel, C. (2019) Sulla the orator. In: Eckert, A. and Thein, A. (eds.) Sulla: Politics and Reception. De Gruyter, pp. 19-32. ISBN 9783110618099 (doi: 10.1515/9783110624700-002)

Stenger, J. (2019) Johannes Chrysostomos und die Christianisierung der Polis: "Damit die Städte Städte werden" = John Chrysostom and Christianizing the Polis. That the Earthly Cities become Heavenly. Series: Studies and texts in antiquity and Christianity, 115. Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen. ISBN 9783161569739

Stenger, J. R. (2019) Text worlds and imagination in Chrysostom's pedagogy. In: de Wet, C. and Mayer, W. (eds.) Revisioning John Chrysostom: New Approaches, New Perspectives. Series: Critical approaches to early Christianity (1). Brill: Leiden, pp. 206-246. ISBN 9789004390034

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Tsoumpra, N. (2019) Sex can kill: gender inversion and the politics of subversion in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazvsae. Classical Quarterly, 69(2), pp. 528-544. (doi: 10.1017/S0009838820000105)

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Xenophontos, S. (2019) Plutarch and Adamantios Koraes. In: Xenophontos, S. and Oikonomopoulou, K. (eds.) Brill's Companion to the Reception of Plutarch. Series: Brill's companions to classical reception. Brill: Leiden, pp. 546-562. ISBN 9789004409446

Xenophontos, S. (2019) Plutarch and Theodore Metochites. In: Xenophontos, S. and Oikonomopoulou, K. (eds.) Brill's Companion to the Reception of Plutarch. Series: Brill's companions to classical reception. Brill: Leiden, pp. 310-323. ISBN 9789004409446

Xenophontos, S. and Oikonomopoulou, K. (2019) Introduction. In: Xenophontos, S. and Oikonomopoulou, K. (eds.) Brill's Companion to the Reception of Plutarch. Series: Brill's companions to classical reception. Brill: Leiden, pp. 1-13. ISBN 9789004409446

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2018

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Number of items: 32.

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Draycott, J. (2018) Hair loss as facial disfigurement in Ancient Rome? In: Skinner, P. and Cock, E. (eds.) Approaching Facial Difference: Past and Present. Series: Facialities: interdisciplinary approaches to the human face. Bloomsbury. ISBN 9781350028296

Draycott, J. (2018) Introduction. In: Draycott, J. (ed.) Prostheses in Antiquity. Series: Medicine and the body in antiquity. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 1-28. ISBN 9781472488091

Draycott, J. (2018) Prosthetic hair in Ancient Rome. In: Draycott, J. (ed.) Prostheses in Antiquity. Series: Medicine and the body in antiquity. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 71-96. ISBN 9781472488091

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Fox, M. (2018) The prehistory of the Roman polis in Dionysius. In: Hunter, R. and de Jonge, C. C. (eds.) Dionysius of Halicarnassus and Augustan Rome: Rhetoric, Criticism and Historiography. Series: Greek culture in the Roman world. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, pp. 180-200. ISBN 9781108474900

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Giaquinta, R., Hoffmann, R., Ireland, M. , Miller, A. and Norman, G. (2018) Strategy Synthesis for Autonomous Agents Using PRISM. In: 10th NASA Formal Methods Symposium (NFM 2018), Newport News, VA, USA, 17-19 Apr 2018, pp. 220-236. ISBN 9783319779348 (doi: 10.1007/978-3-319-77935-5_16)

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Hau, L. , Meeus, A. and Sheridan, B. (2018) Introduction. In: Hau, L.I., Meeus, A. and Sheridan, B. (eds.) Diodoros of Sicily: Historiographical Theory and Practice in the Bibliotheke. Series: Studia Hellenistica (58). Peeters: Leuven, pp. 3-12. ISBN 9789042934986

Hau, L. I. (2018) Being, seeming and performing in Polybius. In: Miltsios, N. and Tamiolaki, M. (eds.) Polybius and His Legacy. Series: Trends in classics - supplementary volumes (60). De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 103-113. ISBN 9783110584844 (doi: 10.1515/9783110584844-00 7)

Hau, L. I. (2018) Græske Historikere. Klassikerforeningens Kildehæfter: Thisted. ISBN 9788789504605

Hau, L. I. (2018) Narrator and narratorial persona in Diodoros' Bibliotheke (and their implications for the tradition of Greek historiography). In: Hau, L.I., Meeus, A. and Sheridan, B. (eds.) Diodoros of Sicily: Historiographical Theory and Practice in the Bibliotheke. Series: Studia Hellenistica (58). Peeters: Leuven, pp. 277-302. ISBN 9789042934986

Hau, L. I. (2018) 'One might rightly wonder' - marvelling in Polybios Histories. In: Gerolemou, M. (ed.) Recognizing Miracles in Antiquity and Beyond. Series: Trends in classics supplementary volumes (53). De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 63-84. ISBN 9783110530469 (doi: 10.1515/9783110563559-006)

Hau, L. I. (2018) Tragic history. In: Whitmarsh, T. (ed.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press. (doi: 10.1093/acrefore/9780199381135.013.8228)

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Kazantzidis, G. and Tsoumpra, N. (2018) Morbid laughter: Exploring the comic dimensions of disease in classical antiquity. Illinois Classical Studies, 43(2), pp. 273-297.

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Marshall, R. M.A. (2018) Bi-Marcus? The two Varrones of Augustine and Nonius Marcellus. Res Publica Litterarum, 39, pp. 180-203. (doi: 10.1400/266356)

Morrison, A. (2018) Order and disorder in the Letters of Alciphron. In: Biraud, M. and Zucker, A. (eds.) The Letters of Alciphron : a Unified Literary work? Series: Mnemosyne, bibliotheca classica Batava. Supplementum. Late antique literature (424). Brill: Netherlands, pp. 24-41. ISBN 9789004383388

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Omissi, A. (2018) Emperors and Usurpers in the Later Roman Empire: Civil War, Panegyric, and the Construction of Legitimacy. Series: Oxford studies in Byzantium. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198824824 (doi: 10.1093/oso/9780198824824.001.0001)

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Ruffell, I. (2018) Prometheus. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online. Oxford University Press. (doi: 10.1093/OBO/9780195389661-0304)

Ruffell, I. A. (2018) Aristophanes and his rivals - (M.) Telò Aristophanes and the Cloak of Comedy. Affect, Aesthetics, and the Canon. Classical Review, 68(2), pp. 344-347. (doi: 10.1017/S0009840X18000823)[Book Review]

Ruffell, I. A. (2018) Stop making sense: the politics of Aristophanic madness. Illinois Classical Studies, 43(2), pp. 326-350. (doi: 10.5406/illiclasstud.43.2.0326)

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Steel, C. (2018) Past and present in Sulla's dictatorship. In: Zecchini, G. and Schettino, M. T. (eds.) The Age of Sulla/L'Età di Silla Atti del Convegno presso l'Istituto Italiano per la Storia Antica. Roma 23-24 marzo 2017. L'Erma di Bretschneider, pp. 225-228. ISBN 9788891316967

Steel, C. (2018) Roman citizenship between law and practice. In: Ellis, S. G. (ed.) Enfranchising Ireland? Citizenship, Identity and State. Royal Irish Academy: Dublin, pp. 7-18. ISBN 9781908997845

Steel, C. , Gray, C., Van Der Blom, H. and Marshall, R. (2018) The Fragments of the Roman Republican Orators: Text, Translation and Commentary. Oxford University Press: Oxford. (Accepted for Publication)

Stenger, J. (2018) Healing place or abode of the demons? Libanius’s and Chrysostom’s rewriting of the Apollo sanctuary at Daphne. In: Bergjan, S.-P. and Elm, S. (eds.) Antioch II: The Many Faces of Antioch: Intellectual Exchange and Religious Diversity, CE 350–450. Mohr Siebeck: Tübingen, pp. 193-220. ISBN 9783161551260

Stenger, J. (2018) The "Pagans" of Late Antiquity. In: Lössl, J. and Baker-Brian, N. J. (eds.) A Companion to Religion in Late Antiquity. Series: Blackwell companions to the ancient world. Wiley Blackwell: Hoboken, NJ, pp. 391-409. ISBN 9781118968109

Stenger, J. (2018) The public intellectual according to Choricius of Gaza or how to circumvent the totalizing Christian discourse. Journal of Late Antiquity, 10(2), pp. 454-472. (doi: 10.1353/jla.2017.0024)

Stenger, J. (2018) Salustios (Philosoph). In: Schöllgen, G., Brakmann, H., de Blaauw, S., Fuhrer, T., Leppin, H., Lohr, W., Nesselrath, H.-G., Niehoff, M. and Tanaseanu-Döbler, I. (eds.) Reallexikon für Antike und Christentum. Volume 29. Anton Hiersemann, pp. 424-430.

Stenger, J. R. (2018) Consensus versus Diktat: two models of cultural leadership in Gaza. In: Stenger, J. R. (ed.) Learning Cities in Late Antiquity: the Local Dimension of Education. Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 230-258. ISBN 9781138299870

Stenger, J. R. (2018) Learning Cities: A Novel Approach to Ancient Paideia. In: Stenger, J. R. (ed.) Learning Cities in Late Antiquity: the Local Dimension of Education. Routledge: London ; New York, pp. 1-23. ISBN 9781138299870

Stenger, J. R. (2018) ‘Other’ spaces in ancient civilization – Christian asceticism as heterotopia. eTopoi: Journal for Ancient Studies, 7, pp. 64-85.

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Tsoumpra, N. (2018) The politics of hopelessness: Thucydides and Aristophanes’ Knights. In: Kazantzidis, G. and Spatharas, D. (eds.) Hope in Ancient Literature, History, and Art: Ancient Emotions I. Series: Trends in Classics - Supplementary Volumes, 63. De Gruyter, pp. 111-130. ISBN 9783110598254

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Xenophontos, S. (2018) The Byzantine Plutarch: self-identity and model in Theodore Metochites’ Essay 71 of the Semeiosis gnomikai. In: Mack, P. and North, J. (eds.) The Afterlife of Plutarch. Series: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies Supplement. Institute of Classical Studies, School of Advanced Study, University of London: London, pp. 23-39. ISBN 9781905670666

Xenophontos, S. (2018) Galen’s Exhortation to the study of medicine: an educational work for prospective medical students. In: Bouras-Vallianatos, P. and Xenophontos, S. (eds.) Greek Medical Literature and its Readers: From Hippocrates to Islam and Byzantium. Series: Publications of the Centre for Hellenic Studies, King's College London. Routledge: Abingdon, Oxon ; New York, NY, pp. 67-93. ISBN 9781472487919 (doi: 10.4324/9781351205276-5)

Xenophontos, S. (2018) J. Beneker and C. A. Gibson, eds. and trans., The Rhetorical Exercises of Nikephoros Basilakes: Progymnasmata from Twelfth-Century Byzantium. (Dumbarton Oaks Medieval Library 43.) Cambridge, MA and London: Harvard University Press, 2016. Speculum, 93(3), pp. 792-793. [Book Review]

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2017

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Number of items: 19.

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Delile, H., Keenan-Jones, D. , Blichert-Toft, J., Goiran, J.-P., Arnaud-Godet, F. and Albarède, F. (2017) Rome’s urban history inferred from Pb-contaminated waters trapped in its ancient harbor basins. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 114(38), pp. 10059-10064. (doi: 10.1073/pnas.1706334114) (PMID:28847928)

Draycott, J. (2017) Hair today, gone tomorrow: the use of real, false and artificial hair as votive offerings. In: Draycott, J. and Graham, E.-J. (eds.) Bodies of Evidence: the Anatomical Votive Past, Present and Future. Series: Medicine and the body in antiquity. Routledge: London, pp. 77-94. ISBN 9781472450807

Draycott, J. (2017) When lived ancient religion and lived ancient medicine meet: the household Gods, the household shrine and regimen. Religion in the Roman Empire, 3(2), pp. 164-180. (doi: 10.1628/219944617X15008820103351)

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Graham, E.-J. and Draycott, J. (2017) Introduction: debating the anatomical votive. In: Draycott, J. and Graham, E.-J. (eds.) Bodies of Evidence: the Ancient Anatomical Votive Past, Present and Future. Series: Medicine and the body in antiquity. Routledge, pp. 1-19. ISBN 9781472450807

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Marshall, R. M.A. (2017) Varro, Atticus and Annales. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 60(2), pp. 61-75. (doi: 10.1111/2041-5370.12057)

Motta, D., Keenan-Jones, D. , Garcia, M.H. and Fouke, B.W. (2017) Hydraulic evaluation of the design and operation of Ancient Rome’s Anio Novus aqueduct. Archaeometry, 59(6), pp. 1150-1174. (doi: 10.1111/arcm.12303)

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Ruffell, I. (2017) Sexuality and gender: off-stage and centre-stage. In: Revermann, M. (ed.) A Cultural History of Theatre in Antiquity. Bloomsbury/Methuen Drama: London, pp. 47-63. ISBN 9781472585844

Ruffell, I. (2017) (What's so funny 'bout) peace, love and understanding? Imagining peace in Greek comedy. In: Moloney, E.P. and Williams, M. S. (eds.) Peace and Reconciliation in the Classical World. Routledge. ISBN 9781472466358

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Steel, C. (2017) Cicero’s defence of Sextus Roscius and the Sullan Res Publica. Lampas, 50(4), pp. 453-462.

Steel, C. (2017) Defining public speech in the Roman Republic: occasion, audience and purpose. In: Rosillo-López, C. (ed.) Political Communication in the Roman World: Transmission and Exchange. Series: Impact of Empire (27). Brill: Leiden, pp. 17-33. ISBN 9789004350830

Steel, C. (2017) Re publica nihil desperatius: salvaging the state in Cicero’s pre-civil war philosophical works. In: Müller, G. M. and Zini, F. M. (eds.) Philosophie in Rom - Römische Philosophie? Kultur-, literatur- und philosophiegeschichtliche Perspektiven. Series: Beiträge zur Altertumskunde (358). De Gruyter, pp. 269-282. ISBN 9783110493108 (doi: 10.1515/9783110493108-011)

Steel, C. (2017) Speech without limits: defining informality in Republican Oratory. In: Papaioannou, S., Serafim, A. and Da Vela, B. (eds.) The Theatre of Justice: Aspects of Performance in Greco-Roman Oratory and Rhetoric. Series: Mnemosyne supplements, monographs on Grek and Latin language and literature (403). Brill: Leiden, pp. 75-89. ISBN 9789004334649 (doi: 10.1163/9789004341876_007)

Stenger, J. (2017) Choricius’ unease about myths or how to stand up for the classics in Gaza. In: Amato, E., Corcella, A. and Lauritzen, D. (eds.) L’École de Gaza: Espace Littéraire et Identité Culturelle dans l’Antiquité Tardive: Actes du colloque international de Paris, Collège de France, 23-25 Mai 2013. Series: Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta (249). Peeters: Leuven, pp. 1-17. ISBN 9789042932630

Stenger, J. (2017) Review of Raffaella Cribiore, Between City and School: Selected Orations of Libanius. Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2017(04.14), [Book Review]

Stenger, J. (2017) What does it mean to call the monasteries of Gaza a 'school'? A reassessment of Dorotheus' intellectual identity. Vigiliae Christianae, 71(1), pp. 59-84. (doi: 10.1163/15700720-12341280)

Stenger, J. R. (2017) The challenging abundance of the past: pluralising and reducing in Pindar's victory songs. In: Ruffell, I. and Hau, L. (eds.) Truth and History in the Ancient World: Pluralising the Past. Series: Routledge studies in ancient history. Routledge: New York, pp. 13-31. ISBN 9781138839403

Stenger, J. R. (2017) Staging laughter and tears: Libanius, Chrysostom and the Riot of the Statues. In: Alexiou, M. and Cairns, D. (eds.) Greek Laughter and Tears. Series: Edinburgh Leventis studies (8). Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 166-186. ISBN 9781474403795

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Xenophontos, S. (2017) Military space and paideia in the Lives of Pyrrhus and Marius. In: Georgiadou, A. and Oikonomopoulou, K. (eds.) Space, Time, and Language in Plutarch’s Vision of Greek Culture. De Gruyter: Berlin ; Boston, pp. 317-326. ISBN 9783110537710 (doi: 10.1515/9783110539479-030)

Xenophontos, S. (2017) Review of Greek Manuscripts at the Wellcome Library: a Symposium and Concert. Society for the Social History of Medicine Gazette(78), pp. 3-4. [Book Review]

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2016

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Number of items: 35.

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Burden-Strevens, C.W. (2016) Review-discussion: historical knowledge and historical narratives in the Severan period: Adam M. Kemezis, Greek Narratives of the Roman Empire under the Severans: Cassius Dio, Philostratus, and Herodian, Greek Culture in the Roman World. Histos(10), pp. 9-18. [Book Review]

Burden-Strevens, C. (2016) Fictitious Speeches, Envy, and the Habituation to Authority: Writing the Collapse of the Roman Republic. In: Cassius Dio: Greek Intellectual and Roman Politician, Odense, Denmark, 29-31 Oct 2016, pp. 191-216. ISBN 9789004324169 (doi: 10.1163/9789004335318_012)

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Delile, H., Keenan-Jones, D. , Blichert-Toft, J., Goiran, J.-P., Arnaud-Godet, F., Romano, P. and Albarède, F. (2016) A lead isotope perspective on urban development in ancient Naples. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 113(22), pp. 6148-6153. (doi: 10.1073/pnas.1600893113)

Draycott, J. (2016) Literary and documentary evidence for lay medical practice in the Roman Republic and Empire. In: Petridou, G. and Thumiger, C. (eds.) Homo Patiens: Approaches to the Patient in the Ancient World. Series: Studies in ancient medicine (45). Brill: Leiden, pp. 432-450. ISBN 9789004305557 (doi: 10.1163/9789004305564_019)

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Fox, M. (2016) Cicero and historicism: controversies in Cicero’s reception in the eighteenth century. In: Manuwald, G. (ed.) The Afterlife of Cicero. Series: Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies supplement (135). Institute of Classical Studies: London, pp. 144-161. ISBN 9781905670642

Fox, M. (2016) Portraits of Ladies. Frieze Masters, 5, pp. 78-81.

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Giusti, E. (2016) Caesar criss-crossing the Rubicon: a palindromic acrostic in Lucan (1.218-22). Classical Quarterly, 65(2), pp. 892-894. (doi: 10.1017/S0009838815000051)

Giusti, E. (2016) Dithyrambic iambics: Epode 9 and its general(s’) confusion. In: Bather, P. and Stocks, C. (eds.) Horace's Epodes: Contexts, Intertexts, and Reception. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198746058

Giusti, E. (2016) My enemy’s enemy is my enemy: Virgil’s illogical use of metus hostilis. In: Hardie, P. (ed.) Augustan Poets and the Irrational. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198724728 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198724728.003.0002)

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Hau, L. I. (2016) Truth and moralising: the twin aims of the Hellenistic historiographers. In: Ruffell, I. and Hau, L. (eds.) Truth and History in the Ancient World: Pluralising the Past. Series: Routledge studies in ancient history. Routledge: London, pp. 226-249. ISBN 9781138839403

Hau, L. I. (2016) Moral History from Herodotus to Diodorus Siculus. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, UK. ISBN 9781474411073 (doi: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474411073.001.0001)

Horn, F., Breytenbach, C., Di Biase-Dyson, C., Egg, M., Fuhrer, T., Lobsien, V., Schlesier, R., Stenger, J. and Trînca, B. (2016) Spatial metaphors of the ancient world: theory and practice. ETopoi: Journal for Ancient Studies, 6, pp. 453-480.

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Keenan-Jones, D. , Ruffell, I. and McGookin, E. (2016) Taking a bearing on Hero’s anti-crane and its un-windlass: the relationship between Hero of Alexandria’s mobile automaton and Greco-Roman construction machinery. In: DeLaine, J., Camporeale, S. and Pizzo, A. (eds.) Proceedings of Archaeology of Construction V. Man-Made Materials, Engineering and Infrastructure. Series: Anejos de Archivo Español de Arqueología. Consejo Superior de Investigaciones Científicas: Mérida. ISBN 9788400101428

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Morrison, A. (2016) Erotic Battles? Love, power-politics and cosmic significance in Moschus' Europa and Eros on the Run'. In: Clauss, J. J., Cuypers, M. and Kahane, A. (eds.) The Gods of Greek Hexameter Poetry: From the Archaic Age to Late Antiquity and Beyond. Series: Potsdamer Altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge (56). Franz Steiner Verlag GmbH: Germany, pp. 197-211. ISBN 9783515115230

Morrison, A. (2016) 'Lycambae spretus infido gener | aut acer hostis Bupalo: Horace’s Epodes and the Greek Iambic Tradition'. In: Bather, P. and Stocks, C. (eds.) Horace's Epodes: Contexts, Intertexts, and Reception. Oxford University Press: Oxford, United Kingdom, pp. 31-62. ISBN 9780191808760 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198746058.003.0002)

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O'Reilly, S., Rogers, M., Fox, M. , Le Feuvre, L. and Gray, D. (2016) In conversation. In: Armstrong, G. (ed.) The Virtues of Things. Series: Essays on sculpture (75). The Henry Moore Institute: Leeds. ISBN 9781905462544

Omissi, A. (2016) The cap of liberty: Roman slavery, cultural memory, and magic mushrooms. Folklore, 127(3), pp. 270-285. (doi: 10.1080/0015587X.2016.1155371)

Omissi, A. (2016) Damnatio memoriae or creatio memoriae? Memory sanctions as creative processes in the Fourth Century AD. Cambridge Classical Journal, 62, pp. 170-199. (doi: 10.1017/S1750270516000038)

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Ruffell, I. (2016) Drama lessons in Aristophanes' Frogs. Omnibus, 71, pp. 30-31.

Ruffell, I. (2016) Review of A. Bagordo, Fragmenta Comicorum Graecorum I.1: Alkimenes – Kantharos. Einleitung, Übersetzung, Kommentar. Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft, 69, pp. 10-13. [Book Review]

Ruffell, I. (2016) Tragedy and fictionality. In: Ruffell, I. and Hau, L. I. (eds.) Truth and History in the Ancient World: Pluralising the Past. Series: Routledge studies in ancient history. Routledge: London and New York, pp. 32-54. ISBN 9781138839403

Ruffell, I. and Hau, L. I. (2016) Introduction. In: Ruffell, I. and Hau, L. (eds.) Truth and History in the Ancient World: Pluralising the Past. Series: Routledge studies in ancient history. Routledge: London and New York, pp. 1-12. ISBN 9781138839403

Ruffell, I. A. (2016) C. W. Marshall and G. Kovacs (eds), No Laughing Matter: Studies in Athenian Comedy (London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2012). Klio, 98(2), pp. 751-754. (doi: 10.1515/klio-2016-0063)[Book Review]

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Steel, C. (2016) Early career prosecutors: forensic activity and senatorial careers in the Late Republic. In: Du Plessis, P. J. (ed.) Cicero's Law: Rethinking Roman Law of the Late Republic. Edinburgh University Press: Edinburgh, pp. 205-227. ISBN 9781474408820 (doi: 10.3366/edinburgh/9781474408820.003.0012)

Stenger, J. (2016) A. Schor: Theodoret's People. Social Networks and Religious Conflict in Late Roman Syria. Gymnasium, 123(4), pp. 413-415. [Book Review]

Stenger, J. (2016) Die 'andere' Sprache: Griechische Intellektuelle des 4. Jahrhunderts und ihre Haltung zum römischen Westen. In: Föller, C. and Schulz, F. (eds.) Osten und Westen 400-600 n.Chr. Series: Roma aeterna (4). Steiner: Stuttgart, pp. 17-36. ISBN 9783515109420

Stenger, J. (2016) Die Stadt: Sehnsuchtsort und Sündenpfuhl. Raumwissen, 17, pp. 8-13.

Stenger, J. (2016) "For to have fallen is not a grievous thing, but to remain prostrate after falling, and not to get up again." The persuasive force of spatial metaphors in Chrysostom's exhortation to Theodore. In: Horn, F. and Breytenbach, C. (eds.) Spatial Metaphors: Ancient Texts and Transformations. Series: Berlin Studies of the Ancient World (39). Exzellenzcluster Topoi: Berlin, pp. 165-185. ISBN 9783981638424

Stenger, J. (2016) Palestine as a palimpsest: Eusebius' construction of memorial space in the Onomasticon. In: Sánchez-Ostiz, Á. (ed.) Beginning and End: From Ammianus Marcellinus to Eusebius of Caesarea. Series: Exemplaria Classica (7). Universidad de Huelva.

Stenger, J. R. (2016) Athens and/or Jerusalem? Basil's and Chrysostom's views on the didactic use of literature and stories. In: Gemeinhardt, P., Van Hoof, L. and Van Nuffelen, P. (eds.) Education and religion in late antique Christianity : reflections, social contexts and genres. Routledge: London, pp. 86-100. ISBN 9781472434760

Stenger, J. R. (2016) "Sollen wir über das Unsagbare schreiben?" Bilder des Göttlichen in der Theologie Kaiser Julians und seiner Anhänger. In: Hömke, N., Chiai, G. F. and Jenik, A. (eds.) Bilder von dem Einen Gott: Die Rhetorik des Bildes in monotheistischen Gottesdarstellungen der Spätantike. Series: Philologus Supplements (6). De Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 69-93. ISBN 9783110517569

Stenger, J. R. (2016) Where to find Christian philosophy?: Spatiality in John Chrysostom’s counter to Greek Paideia. Journal of Early Christian Studies, 24(2), pp. 173-198. (doi: 10.1353/earl.2016.0015)

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Xenophontos, S. (2016) Casting light on the connection between Pseudo-Plutarch’s On the education of children and Galen’s Exhortation to the study of medicine. Latomus, 75(1), pp. 71-77.

Xenophontos, S. (2016) Stadter on Plutarch: Stadter (P.A.) Plutarch and his Roman Readers. Classical Review, 66(2), pp. 377-379. (doi: 10.1017/S0009840X16001050)[Book Review]

Xenophontos, S. (2016) Ethical Education in Plutarch: Moralising Agents and Contexts. Series: Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, 349. De Gruyter. ISBN 9783110350364

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Bouras-Vallianatos, P. and Xenophontos, S. (2015) Galen's reception in Byzantium: Symeon Seth and his refutation of Galenic theories on human physiology. Greek Roman and Byzantine Studies, 55(2), pp. 431-469.

Burden-Strevens, C.W. (2015) ‘Ein völlig romanisierter Mann’? Identity, Identification, and Integration in the Roman History of Cassius Dio and in Arrian. In: Processes of Integration in the Roman Empire, Nottingham, England, 5-7 July 2013, pp. 288-307. ISBN 9789004294547

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Draycott, J. (2015) Reconstructing the lived experience of disability in antiquity: a case study from Roman Egypt. Greece and Rome, 62(2), pp. 189-205. (doi: 10.1017/S0017383515000066)

Draycott, J. (2015) Smelling trees, flowers and herbs in the ancient world. In: Bradley, M. (ed.) Smell and the Ancient Senses. Series: The senses in antiquity. Routledge: London, pp. 60-73. ISBN 9781844656424

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Fox, M. (2015) Winckelmann's legacy: decorum, textuality, and national stereotype in the eighteenth-century reception of homosexuality. In: Ingleheart, J. (ed.) Ancient Rome and the Construction of Modern Homosexual Identities. Series: Classical presences. Oxford University Press: Corby, pp. 74-92. ISBN 9780199689729 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199689729.003.0004)

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Gray, C. (2015) Jerome, Vita Malchi: Introduction, Text, Translation, and Commentary. Series: Oxford Classical Monographs. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780198723721

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Keenan-Jones, D. (2015) Somma-Vesuvian ground movements and the water supply of Pompeii and the Bay of Naples. American Journal of Archaeology, 119(2), pp. 191-215. (doi: 10.3764/aja.119.2.0191)

Keenan-Jones, D. (2015) Water. In: Bagnall, R.S. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Wiley-Blackwell: Malden, MA, pp. 1-2. ISBN 9781444338386 (doi: 10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah25071)

Keenan-Jones, D. , Motta, D., Garcia, M. H. and Fouke, B. W. (2015) Travertine-based estimates of the amount of water supplied by ancient Rome's Anio Novus aqueduct. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 3, pp. 1-10. (doi: 10.1016/j.jasrep.2015.05.006)

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Mili, M. (2015) Religion and Society in Ancient Thessaly. Series: Oxford classical monographs. Oxford University Press. ISBN 9780198718017 (doi: 10.1093/acprof:oso/9780198718017.001.0001)

Mili, M. (2015) Review of Irene Polinskaya, A Local History of Greek Polytheism: Gods, People and the Land of Aigina 800-400 BC (Religions in the Ancient Greek World, 178), Leiden, Brill 2013, xxviii + 690 pp. ISBN 978-90-04-23404-8. Opuscula, 2015(8), pp. 191-192. [Book Review]

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Omissi, A. (2015) Art as history by the first historian of art: Giorgio Vasari’s Ritratto di sei poeti toscani. Oxford Historian, 13, pp. 34-37.

Omissi, A. (2015) Johannes Wienand (ed.): Contested Monarchy. Sehepunkte, 15(11), [Book Review]

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Panayotakis, C. (2015) Editing the fragments of Atellane comedy. In: Xenis, G. A. (ed.) Literature, Scholarship, Philosophy, and History: Classical Studies in Memory of Ioannis Taifacos. Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart, pp. 87-95. ISBN Franz Steiner Verlag

Panayotakis, C. (2015) Encolpius and the charlatans. In: Panayotakis, S., Schmeling, G. and Paschalis, M. (eds.) Holy Men and Charlatans in the Ancient Novel. Series: Ancient narrative supplements (19). Barkhuis Publishing: Eelde, pp. 31-46. ISBN 9789491431906

Panayotakis, C. and Panayotakis, S. (2015) The human characters in the Tale of Cupid and Psyche: Metamorphoses 4.28-6.24. In: Harrison, S. J. (ed.) Characterisation in Apuleius' Metamorphoses: Nine Studies. Series: Pierides. Cambridge Scholars Publishing: Newcastle upon Tyne, pp. 125-145. ISBN 9781443875332

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Ruffell, I. (2015) A. Tzanetou, City of Suppliants: Tragedy and the Athenian Empire. Klio, 97(2), pp. 1-5. [Book Review]

Ruffell, I. (2015) The grotesque comic body between the real and the unreal. In: Bastin-Hammou, M. and Orfanos, C. (eds.) Carnaval et Comédie: Actes du Colloque International Organisé par l'équipe PLH-CRATA les 9-10 Décembre 2009 à l’Université de Toulouse - Le Mirail. Presses Universitaires de Franche-Comté: Besançon, pp. 37-73. ISBN 9782848675404

Ruffell, I. (2015) S. E. Kidd, Nonsense and Meaning in Ancient Greek Comedy. Classical World, 109(1), pp. 142-144. (doi: 10.1353/clw.2015.0083)[Book Review]

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Steel, C. (2015) Introduction: the legacy of the Republican Roman Senate. Classical Receptions Journal, 7(1), pp. 1-10. (doi: 10.1093/crj/clu011)

Steel, C. (2015) The Roman political year and the end of the Roman Republic. In: Goušchin, V. and Rhodes, P. J. (eds.) Deformations and Crises of Ancient Civil Communities. Franz Steiner Verlag: Stuttgart, pp. 141-155. ISBN 9783515111621

Stenger, J. (2015) Einleitung. In: Stenger, J. (ed.) Spätantike Konzeptionen von Literatur. Series: Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften (2). Universitätsverlag Winter: Heidelberg, pp. 9-26. ISBN 9783825365233

Stenger, J. (2015) The encounter with Christianity. In: Hose, M. and Schenker, D. (eds.) A Companion to Greek Literature. Series: Blackwell companions to the ancient world. John Wiley and Sons: Chichester, pp. 126-137. ISBN 9781118886946 (doi: 10.1002/9781118886946.ch8)

Stenger, J. (2015) Eusebius and the representation of the Holy Land. In: Bianchetti, S., Cataudella, M. R. and Gehrke, H.-J. (eds.) Brill's Companion to Ancient Geography: The Inhabited World in Greek and Roman Tradition. Series: Brill's companions in classical studies. Brill: Leiden, pp. 381-398. ISBN 9789004285118

Stenger, J. (2015) John Chrysostom and the power of literary imagination. In: Stenger, J. (ed.) Spätantike Konzeptionen von Literatur. Series: Bibliothek der klassischen Altertumswissenschaften (2). Universitätsverlag Winter: Heidelberg, pp. 207-226. ISBN 9783825365233

Stenger, J. (2015) Lieve Van Hoof, Peter Van Nuffelen, eds., Literature and Society in the Fourth Century AD: Performing Paideia, Constructing the Present, Presenting the Self. Leiden: Brill, 2015. Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft, 68(1/2), pp. 107-113. [Book Review]

Stenger, J. (2015) The soul and the city: John Chrysostom's modelling of urban space. In: Fuhrer, T., Mundt, F. and Stenger, J. (eds.) Cityscaping: Constructing and Modelling Images of the City. Series: Philologus supplements, 3. Walter de Gruyter: Berlin, pp. 133-154. ISBN 9783110400960

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van der Blom, H. (2015) Asconius Pedianus. In: Bagnall, R. S. (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Wiley, pp. 1-2. ISBN 9781444338386 (doi: 10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah25033)

Van Der Blom, H. (2015) Review of E. Begemann, Schicksal als Argument. Ciceros Rede vom fatum in der späten Republik. Gnomon, 87, pp. 459-461. [Book Review]

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Xenophontos, S. (2015) S. Xenophontos on R. Rovira Reich. La educación política en la Antigüedad clásica. El enfoque sapiencial de Plutarco. Madrid: UNED, 2012. Latomus, 74(4), pp. 1168-1169. [Book Review]

Xenophontos, S. (2015) The cultural dynamics of the term Hellanodikes in Palaiologan Byzantium. Byzantinische Zeitschrift, 108(1), pp. 219-228. (doi: 10.1515/bz-2015-0012)

Xenophontos, S. (2015) Plutarch and education. In: Bloomer, M. W. (ed.) A Companion to Ancient Education. Wiley Blackwell: Chichester, pp. 335-346. ISBN 9781444337532

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