Professor Costas Panayotakis

  • Professor of Latin (Classics)
  • Chief Adviser of Studies (Arts College Academic and Student Administration)

telephone: 01413304383
email: Costas.Panayotakis@glasgow.ac.uk

Research interests

My research interests are on Latin fiction, especially of the Neronian period, and on Roman comic theatre of the Republic. My interest in the latter is not confined to the scripts of Plautus and Terence, but focuses especially on the literary mime and the Atellane comedy of the first century BC, types of low and popular theatrical entertainment which flourished in the important era of Cicero and Caesar but have not received the scholarly attention they deserve. My publications combine traditional philological methods and a literary approach, and examine drama both from a theatrical and from a socio-political perspective, thus providing the foundation for a full assessment of the influence of popular theatre on other literary genres and its interaction with them in the Roman Republic and the Empire. My colleague Ian Rufell and I have recently run at Glasgow a series of research seminars on Roman popular drama and we plan to follow these up with an international conference in 2012.

My first book, Theatrum Arbitri (Leiden, 1995), was a comprehensive study of the influence of Roman popular theatre on the novel of Petronius. Soon after its publication I was commissioned by The National Bank of Greece to translate into Modern Greek P. G. Walsh’s The Roman Novel (Cambridge, 1970), and to become Review Editor of Ancient Narrative, the pre-eminent international periodical for ancient fiction, based in The Netherlands. I continue to publish on Petronius and I have a contract to produce a new edition of the part of Petronius’ novel conventionally known as Cena Trimalchionis for the Aris & Phillips Classical Texts.

My studies in comic fiction led me to the field of low drama: in 1997 I published an article on the Christian mime, in 1998 a short book in Modern Greek on the mimographer Publilius, and in 2006 one more article on mime-actresses in the Republican and the Early Imperial periods. My most recent book, entitled Decimus Laberius: The Fragments, appeared in February 2010 in the prestigious series ‘Cambridge Classical Texts and Commentaries’. It contains a survey on the development of the Roman mime as a theatrical genre, a new critical text with apparatus criticus and (the first-ever English) translation of the fragments of the important Roman mimographer Decimus Laberius, and a detailed literary commentary on these fragments.

My future research plans include the following volumes:

(i) Fabula Atellana: The Fragments. This is a new critical edition of the fragments of all the Roman playwrights (Pomponius, Novius, Mummius, and Aprissius) who composed the greatly popular (and indecent) literary fabula Atellana; the edition will be accompanied by the first-ever English translation of the corpus of the Atellane playwrights and a detailed literary, philological, metrical, and theatrical commentary, which will both contextualise Atellane comedy in the culture of the early first century BC and relate it to the pioneering works of Plautus and Terence. No such volume exists in English.

(ii) The sententiae of Publilius and others: edition, translation, and commentary.The Syrian mime-writer Publilius (first century BC) was highly influential in pagan times as a comic dramatist and in the Christian era as a moralist. In spite of his importance and the discovery of new manuscripts containing sententiae attributed to him, no major monograph has dealt with him in a comprehensive manner that examines issues of text, context, and dramatic interpretation. I am working towards establishing a new text (through collation of about 50 manuscripts) and a new translation of the 734 maxims conventionally attributed to Publilius (last edited in 1880), in order to situate his work against the background of Roman drama, and examine, as far as possible, the comic potential of the sententiae.


Grants

 

  • 2013     The Royal Society of Edinburgh—CRF European Visiting Research Fellowship
  • 2013     The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
  • 2013-2014 Loeb Classical Library Foundation Fellowship
  • 2012     The British School at Rome, Balsdon Fellowship
  • 2011     All Souls College, Oxford, Visiting Fellowship
  • 2009     The Carnegie Trust for the Universities of Scotland
  • 2009     St. John’s College, Oxford, Visiting Scholarship
  • 2008     British Academy Small Research Grant
  • 2005     British Academy Overseas Conference Grant
  • 2005     John Robertson Bequest Grant
  • 2004     British Academy Overseas Conference Grant
  • 2001     British Academy Overseas Conference Grant
  • 2000     British Academy Travel Grant
  • 1999     Arts and Humanities Research Board, Research Leave Scheme Grant
  • 1999     British Academy Overseas Conference Grant
  • 1999     Glasgow University Snell Visitorship for research at Balliol College, Oxford

Supervision

 

I am particularly interested in supervising in the following areas:

  • editing Latin texts, through direct or indirect transmission
  • Roman drama (comedy and tragedy), including its reception and translation
  • Roman fictional narrative, including its reception
  • the interaction between high and low culture in the Republic and the Empire

At present I have one research student for whom I am the primary supervisor (her one-year research degree is on Macaronic Latin poetry), but I am also in the supervisory panel of two students working in research fields unrelated to mine (editing and commenting on late Greek medical texts; the office of the pontifex maximus), and I chair the progress review annual meeting for all postgraduate research students in Classics.

Previously I was the sole supervisor for a one-year research degree on Apuleius (successfully submitted in December 1996) and for a PhD on the exploitation of epic in Roman satire (successfully submitted in December 2002).


Teaching

 

At undergraduate level I currently convene the first-year Latin language classes and six Honours Latin/Classics courses. I have taught and assessed Latin language classes (including Latin metre, Latin prose composition, and Latin Unprepared Translation) in large groups and small tutorials from Beginners to Honours levels.

My undergraduate courses on literature focus mainly on Latin texts, which I teach either in the original or in translation. I structure them thematically or through literary genres as represented by individual authors. At Honours level I have taught (and convened) popular courses (in translation) on

  • Gender and Sexuality in Ancient Rome
  • The History of the Roman Stage from the Early Republic to the Late Empire (Menander, Plautus, Terence, fragmentary Roman comic playwrights, Seneca, and the fragmentary tragic playwrights of the Republic)
  • The Novel in Antiquity: Impotent Heroes and Damsels in Distress (Petronius, Apuleius, Achilles Tatius, Longus)

I also offer (and convene) the following courses in Latin (subject to demand):

  • Roman Satire (selections from Horace, Persius, and Juvenal)
  • Roman Drama (selected plays of Plautus and Terence)
  • Roman Fiction (selections from Petronius and Apuleius)

At pre-Honours level, I teach on Classical Civilisation 1B: Republican Rome (‘Plautus and the origins of Latin literature’) and on Classical Civilisation 2B: Imperial Rome (‘Petronius’ and ‘Juvenal’). My emphasis is on the appreciation of the literary qualities of the text and the contextualisation of the author who composed it. I greatly enjoyed giving tutorials on topics outside my research fields, namely Homer’s Iliad, selected plays of Aeschylus, Sophocles, and Euripides, Virgil, Ovid, Pompeian material culture, Cicero’s Catilinarians,Augustan Rome, and Neronian society.

My contribution to the present taught postgraduate syllabus includes courses on Roman Fiction (Petronius and Apuleius), Roman Drama in Performance (selected plays of Plautus, Terence, and Seneca), and Greek and Roman Mime (Sophron, Herodas, Decimus Laberius, and Publilius). The last two options (Roman Drama in Performance and Greek and Roman Mime) form part of the taught MLitt programme in Ancient Drama, which I set up in 2003.


Additional Information

 

Invited lectures or research seminars

I have regularly addressed audiences at research seminars and international colloquia

  • in the UK (Leeds 1994, 2007; Newcastle 2000; Maynooth 2000; Cambridge 2003; London 2003, 2010; Edinburgh 2003, 2007; Manchester 2005, 2008; Swansea 2006; Cork 2007; Lampeter 2008; Nottingham 2010, Oxford 2011),
  • elsewhere in Europe (Groningen 1995, 2000; Nicosia 1998, 2002; Munich 2004, Limassol 2007, Rome 2009),
  • and abroad (Pretoria 2000; Philadelphia 2002; Gainesville, Florida, 2004, 2006; Boston 2005; Montreal 2006; Tallahassee, Florida 2011);
  • and at Classical Association Annual Meetings (Oxford 1992; Durham 1993; Exeter 1994; St Andrews 1995; Liverpool 1999; Manchester 2001; Reading 2005)

Conference organising

2001     Co-organiser (with D.L. Cairns and R.A. Knox) of “Athenian Law and Life” (30/6—2/7/2001), an International Conference organised in honour of D. M. MacDowell, FBA. As Treasurer of the conference I was awarded a grant from the British Academy to cover expenses of overseas speakers.

2007     Co-organiser (with G. Manuwald) of ‘Meaningful remains: working with literary fragments from early Rome’, an international colloquium held on 10/3/2007 at Corpus Christi College, Oxford, under the auspices of the Corpus Christi College Centre for the Study of Greek and Roman Antiquity.

2009     Chief organiser of the joint meeting of The Classical Association and The Classical Association of Scotland, held in Glasgow at the Crowne Plaza Hotel, 6-9 April 2009. There were 59panels, over 230 speakers, and 384 participants from England, Wales, Ireland, Scotland, France, Spain, Germany, The Netherlands, Sweden, Austria, Switzerland, Italy, Greece, Estonia, South Africa, the US, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. As a result of my co-operation with the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau during the preparations for this widely-publicised event I was awarded the title of Glasgow Ambassador.

Outreach

My most effective involvement with Classics Outreach is the network I have built up with Classics teachers and a number of state and independent schools in Scotland and England.

  • My seven-year teaching career at the JACT Greek Summer School in Bryanston, where I have also given invited talks on Aristophanic Comedy and Greek New Comedy to audiences of about 300 pupils from schools all over the UK, and I have co-directed student-led productions of Aristophanes’ plays, has given me the opportunity to meet about 50 teachers from a number of both state and independent schools in England and Scotland.
  • Through this network I have often been invited to address school audiences or the general public: such visits include talks I gave at the Festival of Greek Drama in University College London (2006), at Fettes College in Edinburgh (May 2005 and October 2006), at the North London Collegiate School (November 2006), and at the Greek and Latin Breakfast Club of the Godolphyn & Latymer School (April 2010).
  • I also attended as an invited resident academic the most recent three-day meeting of ARLT, The Association for the Reform of Latin Teaching, at Sheffield (July 2010). The list of participants comprised teachers from state and independent schools, and I greatly profited from a series of twelve sessions I gave on teaching teachers how to teach Latin language and Petronius to pupils.
  • As the Glasgow University representative in The Gilbert Murray Essay School Competition and a frequent participant in the Greek and Latin Prose and Verse Annual School Competition, both of which attract entries from schools all over Scotland, I have got to know many school teachers who make a point of bringing their students to Open Days and Classics events at the University.

Publications

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2015

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

2014

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Hellenistic mime and its reception in Rome. In: Fontaine, M. and Scafuro, A.C. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 378-396. ISBN 9780199743544

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Towards a new critical edition of the sententiae associated with Publilius. Aliento, 5, pp. 15-30.

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Nero in Seneca’s Apocolocyntosis (in Modern Greek). In: Tzounakas, S. (ed.) Praises of Roman Leaders in Latin Literature. Stamoulis Publishing Ltd.: Nicosia, pp. 154-165. ISBN 9789963212903

2013

Panayotakis, C. (2013) Roman drama in performance. In: Harrison, G.W.M. and Liapis, V. (eds.) Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre. Series: Mnemosyne supplements. Monographs on Greek and Latin language and literature (353). Brill: Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 17-31. ISBN 9789004244573

Panayotakis, C. (2013) Roman laughter: Plautus’ comoediae, Atellane comedy and mime. In: Dinter, M. (ed.) Cambridge Companion to Roman Comedy. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. (In Press)

Panayotakis, C. (2013) The collection of sententiae associated with the mimographer Publilius and its portrayal of laughter, tears, and silence. Logeion, 3, pp. 101-119.

2012

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Atellane farce. In: Bagnall, R., Brodersen, K., Champion, C., Erskine, A. and Huebner, S. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 9781405179355

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Laberius, Decimus. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 787.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Menippean satire. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, T. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 932-933.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Mime, Roman. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 956.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Publilius. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 1238.

2010

Panayotakis, C.(Ed.) (2010) The Fragments [Decimus Laberius]. [Scholarly Editions]

Panayotakis, C. (2010) Comic theatre, Roman. In: Gagarin, M. and Fantham, E. (eds.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780195170726

Panayotakis, C. (2010) Petronius. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. (doi:10.1093/obo/9780195389661-0040)

2009

Panayotakis, C. (2009) Petronius and the Roman literary tradition. In: Prag, J.R.W. and Repath, I. (eds.) Petronius: A Handbook. Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, pp. 48-64. ISBN 9781405156875

2008

Panayotakis, C. (2008) Terence, tender prostitutes, and kind mothers-in-law. Omnibus, 56, pp. 13-15.

Panayotakis, C. (2008) Virgil on the popular stage. In: Hall, E. and Wyles, R. (eds.) New Directions in Ancient Pantomime. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 185-197. ISBN 9780199232536

2006

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Women in the Greco-Roman mime of the Roman Republic and the Early Empire. Ordia Prima Revista de Estudios Clasicos, 5, pp. 121-138.

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Eumolpus' Pro encolpio and Lichas' In encolpium: Petr. Sat. 107. In: Byrne, S.N., Cueva, E.P. and Alvares, J. (eds.) Authors, Authority, and Interpreters in the Ancient Novel: Essays in Honor of Gareth L. Schmeling. Barkhuis. ISBN 9789077922132

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Petronius, Aristophanes and MS Chios 313. In: Setaioli, A., Santini, C., Zurli, L. and Cardinali, L. (eds.) Concentus ex Dissonis: Scritti in Onore di Aldo Setaioli. Series: Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia e tradizione greca e latina, 2 (4). Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane: Napoli, pp. 491-501. ISBN 9788849513868

2005

Panayotakis, C. (2005) Comedy, atellane farce, and mime. In: Harrison, S.J. (ed.) A Companion to Latin Literature. Blackwell Publishing: Malden, USA, pp. 130-147. ISBN 9780631235293

Panayotakis, C. (2005) Non-verbal behaviour on the Roman comic stage. In: Cairns, D.L. (ed.) Body Language in the Greek and Roman World. The Classical Press of Wales. ISBN 9781905125012

2004

Panayotakis, C. (2004) Christian James Fordyce. In: Todd, R.B. (ed.) The Dictionary of British Classicists. Thoemmes Continuum: Bristol, pp. 326-327. ISBN 9781855069978

Panayotakis, C. (2004) Plautus: Rudens. Series: Vivliothiki arkheōn syngrafeōn. Stigmi: Athens.

2001

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Vision and light in Apuleius' tale of psyche and her mysterious husband. Classical Quarterly, 51(2), pp. 576-583. (doi:10.1093/cq/51.2.576)

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Don't trust Trimalchio. Omnibus, 41, pp. 15-17.

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Terentiou o Eunoukhos. Series: Vivliothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 31. Stigmi: Athens.

2000

Panayotakis, C. (2000) He Ra Maike Mithistoria: Ta "Satirika" Tou Petra Niou Kai Hoi "Metamorfaseis" Tou Apouliiou = Η ρωμαϊκή μυθιστορία. Τα "Σατυρικά" του Πετρωνίου και οι "Μεταμορφώσεις" του Απουληίου. MIET: Athens. ISBN 9602501898

1999

Panayotakis, C. (1999) Introduction. In: Dinnage, P. (ed.) Satyricon. Wordsworth Editions Limited: Ware, U.K., vii-xvii. ISBN 9781840221107

Panayotakis, C. (1999) Notes. In: Dinnage, P. (ed.) Satyricon. Wordsworth Editions Limited: Ware, U.K., pp. 133-152. ISBN 9781840221107

1998

Panayotakis, C. (1998) Popliliou Syrou Gnomai. Series: Vivliothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 20. Stigmi: Athens.

1997

Panayotakis, C. (1997) Baptism and crucifixion on the mimic stage. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 50(3), pp. 302-319. (doi:10.1163/1568525972609771)

1996

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Select bibliography. In: Walsh, P.G. (ed.) The Satyricon. Clarendon Press: Oxford, xlv-lii. ISBN 0198150121

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Sophrone in Menander, epitrepontes 1069. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 113, pp. 49-50.

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Terentiou hoi Adelfoi. Series: Vivhiothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 17. Stigmi: Athens. ISBN 960269159X

1995

Panayotakis, C. (1995) Theatrum Arbitri: Theatrical Elements in the Satyrica of Petronius. Series: Mnemosyne: bibliotheca classica Batava Supplementum, 146. E.J. Brill: Leiden. ISBN 9789004102293

1994

Panayotakis, C. (1994) A sacred ceremony in honour of the buttocks: Petronius, Satyrica 140.1-11. Classical Quarterly, 44(2), pp. 458-467. (doi:10.1017/S0009838800043913)

Panayotakis, C. (1994) Quartilla's histrionics in Petronius, Satyrica 16.1-26.6. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 47(3), pp. 319-336. (doi:10.1163/156852594X00023)

Panayotakis, C. (1994) Theatrical elements in the episode on board Lichas' ship (Petronius, Satyrica 99.5-115). Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 47(5), pp. 596-624. (doi:10.1163/156852594X00519)

1993

Panayotakis, C. (1993) Three white pigs: Trimalchio's staging abilities in Petronius' Satyrica, 47.8-50.1. Archaeo: A Journal of Current Research in Classics, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology in Scotland, 1, pp. 73-81.

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Articles

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Towards a new critical edition of the sententiae associated with Publilius. Aliento, 5, pp. 15-30.

Panayotakis, C. (2013) The collection of sententiae associated with the mimographer Publilius and its portrayal of laughter, tears, and silence. Logeion, 3, pp. 101-119.

Panayotakis, C. (2008) Terence, tender prostitutes, and kind mothers-in-law. Omnibus, 56, pp. 13-15.

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Women in the Greco-Roman mime of the Roman Republic and the Early Empire. Ordia Prima Revista de Estudios Clasicos, 5, pp. 121-138.

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Vision and light in Apuleius' tale of psyche and her mysterious husband. Classical Quarterly, 51(2), pp. 576-583. (doi:10.1093/cq/51.2.576)

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Don't trust Trimalchio. Omnibus, 41, pp. 15-17.

Panayotakis, C. (1997) Baptism and crucifixion on the mimic stage. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 50(3), pp. 302-319. (doi:10.1163/1568525972609771)

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Sophrone in Menander, epitrepontes 1069. Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 113, pp. 49-50.

Panayotakis, C. (1994) A sacred ceremony in honour of the buttocks: Petronius, Satyrica 140.1-11. Classical Quarterly, 44(2), pp. 458-467. (doi:10.1017/S0009838800043913)

Panayotakis, C. (1994) Quartilla's histrionics in Petronius, Satyrica 16.1-26.6. Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 47(3), pp. 319-336. (doi:10.1163/156852594X00023)

Panayotakis, C. (1994) Theatrical elements in the episode on board Lichas' ship (Petronius, Satyrica 99.5-115). Mnemosyne: A Journal of Classical Studies, 47(5), pp. 596-624. (doi:10.1163/156852594X00519)

Panayotakis, C. (1993) Three white pigs: Trimalchio's staging abilities in Petronius' Satyrica, 47.8-50.1. Archaeo: A Journal of Current Research in Classics, Ancient History and Classical Archaeology in Scotland, 1, pp. 73-81.

Books

Panayotakis, C. (2004) Plautus: Rudens. Series: Vivliothiki arkheōn syngrafeōn. Stigmi: Athens.

Panayotakis, C. (2001) Terentiou o Eunoukhos. Series: Vivliothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 31. Stigmi: Athens.

Panayotakis, C. (2000) He Ra Maike Mithistoria: Ta "Satirika" Tou Petra Niou Kai Hoi "Metamorfaseis" Tou Apouliiou = Η ρωμαϊκή μυθιστορία. Τα "Σατυρικά" του Πετρωνίου και οι "Μεταμορφώσεις" του Απουληίου. MIET: Athens. ISBN 9602501898

Panayotakis, C. (1998) Popliliou Syrou Gnomai. Series: Vivliothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 20. Stigmi: Athens.

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Terentiou hoi Adelfoi. Series: Vivhiothiki arkheon syngrafeon, 17. Stigmi: Athens. ISBN 960269159X

Panayotakis, C. (1995) Theatrum Arbitri: Theatrical Elements in the Satyrica of Petronius. Series: Mnemosyne: bibliotheca classica Batava Supplementum, 146. E.J. Brill: Leiden. ISBN 9789004102293

Book Sections

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

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Hellenistic mime and its reception in Rome. In: Fontaine, M. and Scafuro, A.C. (eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 378-396. ISBN 9780199743544

Panayotakis, C. (2014) Nero in Seneca’s Apocolocyntosis (in Modern Greek). In: Tzounakas, S. (ed.) Praises of Roman Leaders in Latin Literature. Stamoulis Publishing Ltd.: Nicosia, pp. 154-165. ISBN 9789963212903

Panayotakis, C. (2013) Roman drama in performance. In: Harrison, G.W.M. and Liapis, V. (eds.) Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre. Series: Mnemosyne supplements. Monographs on Greek and Latin language and literature (353). Brill: Leiden, The Netherlands, pp. 17-31. ISBN 9789004244573

Panayotakis, C. (2013) Roman laughter: Plautus’ comoediae, Atellane comedy and mime. In: Dinter, M. (ed.) Cambridge Companion to Roman Comedy. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK. (In Press)

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Atellane farce. In: Bagnall, R., Brodersen, K., Champion, C., Erskine, A. and Huebner, S. (eds.) Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Blackwell Publishing. ISBN 9781405179355

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Laberius, Decimus. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 787.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Menippean satire. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, T. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, pp. 932-933.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Mime, Roman. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 956.

Panayotakis, C. (2012) Publilius. In: Hornblower, S., Spawforth, A. and Eidinow, E. (eds.) Oxford Classical Dictionary. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK, p. 1238.

Panayotakis, C. (2010) Comic theatre, Roman. In: Gagarin, M. and Fantham, E. (eds.) The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome. Oxford University Press: Oxford. ISBN 9780195170726

Panayotakis, C. (2010) Petronius. In: Oxford Bibliographies Online: Classics. Oxford University Press: Oxford, UK. (doi:10.1093/obo/9780195389661-0040)

Panayotakis, C. (2009) Petronius and the Roman literary tradition. In: Prag, J.R.W. and Repath, I. (eds.) Petronius: A Handbook. Wiley-Blackwell: Chichester, pp. 48-64. ISBN 9781405156875

Panayotakis, C. (2008) Virgil on the popular stage. In: Hall, E. and Wyles, R. (eds.) New Directions in Ancient Pantomime. Oxford University Press: Oxford, pp. 185-197. ISBN 9780199232536

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Eumolpus' Pro encolpio and Lichas' In encolpium: Petr. Sat. 107. In: Byrne, S.N., Cueva, E.P. and Alvares, J. (eds.) Authors, Authority, and Interpreters in the Ancient Novel: Essays in Honor of Gareth L. Schmeling. Barkhuis. ISBN 9789077922132

Panayotakis, C. (2006) Petronius, Aristophanes and MS Chios 313. In: Setaioli, A., Santini, C., Zurli, L. and Cardinali, L. (eds.) Concentus ex Dissonis: Scritti in Onore di Aldo Setaioli. Series: Quaderni del Dipartimento di filologia e tradizione greca e latina, 2 (4). Edizioni Scientifiche Italiane: Napoli, pp. 491-501. ISBN 9788849513868

Panayotakis, C. (2005) Comedy, atellane farce, and mime. In: Harrison, S.J. (ed.) A Companion to Latin Literature. Blackwell Publishing: Malden, USA, pp. 130-147. ISBN 9780631235293

Panayotakis, C. (2005) Non-verbal behaviour on the Roman comic stage. In: Cairns, D.L. (ed.) Body Language in the Greek and Roman World. The Classical Press of Wales. ISBN 9781905125012

Panayotakis, C. (2004) Christian James Fordyce. In: Todd, R.B. (ed.) The Dictionary of British Classicists. Thoemmes Continuum: Bristol, pp. 326-327. ISBN 9781855069978

Panayotakis, C. (1999) Introduction. In: Dinnage, P. (ed.) Satyricon. Wordsworth Editions Limited: Ware, U.K., vii-xvii. ISBN 9781840221107

Panayotakis, C. (1999) Notes. In: Dinnage, P. (ed.) Satyricon. Wordsworth Editions Limited: Ware, U.K., pp. 133-152. ISBN 9781840221107

Panayotakis, C. (1996) Select bibliography. In: Walsh, P.G. (ed.) The Satyricon. Clarendon Press: Oxford, xlv-lii. ISBN 0198150121

Scholarly Editions

Panayotakis, C.(Ed.) (2010) The Fragments [Decimus Laberius]. [Scholarly Editions]

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