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Vol. 55 N 1 2008

1 HARRISON, THOMAS ANCIENT AND MODERN IMPERIALISM. - pp 1 -22.
2. DOLGANOV, ANNA CONSTRUCTING AUTHOR AND AUTHORITY: GENERIC DISCOURSE IN CICEROS DE LEGIBUS. - 23 -38.
3. GREEN, STEVEN J. SAVE OUR COWS? AUGUSTAN DISCOURSE AND ANIMAL SACRIFICE IN OVIDS FASTI. - pp 39 -54.

4. MORALEE, JASON MAXIMINUS THRAX AND THE POLITICS OF RACE IN LATE ANTIQUITY. - pp 55 -82..

5. ISRAELOWICH, IDO THE RAIN MIRACLE OF MARCUS AURELIUS: (RE-)CONSTRUCTION OF CONSENSUS. - 83 -102.

6. RUDD, NIALL CEYX AND ALCYONE: OVID, METAMORPHOSES 11, 410748. - pp 103 -110.


Vol. 55 N 2 2008

1. DANZIG, GABRIEL RHETORIC AND THE RING: HERODOTUS AND PLATO ON THE STORY OF GYGES AS A POLITICALLY EXPEDIENT TALE . - pp 169 -192.
2. HUNTER, VIRGINIA PLATO'S PRISONS. - pp 193 -201.
3. CADOUX T. J. THE ROMAN CARCER AND ITS ADJUNCTS. - pp 202 -221.
4. BARRY, WILLIAM D.  EXPOSURE, MUTILATION, AND RIOT: VIOLENCE AT THE SCALAE GEMONIAE IN EARLY IMPERIAL ROME. -  pp 222 -246
5. LEARY T. J. KIPLING, STALKY, REGULUS & CO.: A READING OF HORACE ODES 3.5. - pp 247 -262.
6. MURGATROYD, PAUL TACITUS ON THE DEATH OF OCTAVIA. - pp 263 -273.

Vol. 56 N 1 2009

1. RHODES P. J. State and Religion in Athenian Inscriptions. - pp 1 -13.

2. TRÖSTER, MANUEL Roman Hegemony and Non-State Violence: A Fresh Look at Pompey's Campaign against the Pirates. - pp 14 -33.

3. SECCI, DAVIDE A. Ovid Met. 9.197: through the Eyes of Achelous. - pp 34 -54.

4. POTTS, CHARLOTTE R.  The Art of Piety and Profit at Pompeii: A New Interpretation of the Painted Shop Façade at ix.7.12. - pp 55 -70.

5. RICHARDSON-HAY, CHRISTINE Dinner at Seneca's Table: The Philosophy of Food. -pp 71 -96.


Vol. 56 N 2 2009

2. GRIGOROPOULOS, DIMITRIS The Population of the Piraeus in the Roman Period: A Re-Assessment of the Evidence of Funerary Inscriptions. - pp 164 -182.

3. PAVLOU, MARIA Reading Medea Through Her Veil in the Argonautica of Apollonius Rhodius . - pp 183 -202.

4. WISEMAN, T. P.  A Puzzle in Livy. - pp 203 -210.

5. BITTARELLO, MARIA BEATRICE  The Construction of Etruscan Otherness in Latin Literature. - pp 211 -233.

6. WHITTAKER, TONY Sex and the Sack of the City. - pp 234 -242.

7. WEST, M. L. Herodotus at Cambridge: With Samuel Butler and Enoch Powell. - pp 243 -246.


Vol. 57 N 1 2010

1. FITZPATRICK, MATTHEW P.  Carneades and the Conceit of Rome: Transhistorical Approaches to Imperialism. - pp 1 -20.

2. WERNER DANIEL Rhetoric and Philosophy in Plato's Phaedrus. - pp 21 -46.

3. BRAGG, EDWARD Roman Seaborne Raids During the Mid-Republic: Sideshow or Headline Feature? - pp 47 -64.

4. KEMP, JEROME Flattery and Frankness in Horace and Philodemus. - pp 65 -76.

5. LUKE, TREVOR S. A Healing Touch for Empire: Vespasian's Wonders in Domitianic Rome . - pp 77 -106

6. MORWOOD, JAMES Cupid Grows Up. - pp 107 -116

7. MANTLE, INGA C. Addendum: The Religious Roles of Children in the Provinces. - pp 117 -121


Vol. 57 N 2 2010

1. FELIX BUDELMANN and PAT EASTERLING Reading Minds in Greek Tragedy. - pp 289 - 303 
2.  EDWARD ANSON The General's Pre-Battle Exhortation in Graeco-Roman Warfare . - pp 304 - 318
3. JOSIAH OSGOOD Caesar and The Pirates: or How to Make (and Break) an Ancient Life. - pp 319 - 336
4.  BART WAGEMAKERS Incest, Infanticide, and Cannibalism: Anti-Christian Imputations in the Roman Empire. - pp 337 - 354
5.  CALEB ELLICOTT FINCH Evolving views of Ageing and Longevity from Homer to Hippocrates: Emergence of Natural Factors, Persistence of the Supernatural. - pp 355 - 377.
6. MATTHEW NICHOLLS Parchment Codices in a New text of Galen. - pp 378 - 386.


Vol. 58 N 1 2010

1. MARK GOLDEN War and Peace in the Ancient and Modern Olympics. - pp 1 - 13
2.  SOO-LIN LUI Explorations of Ovid, Amores 3.2, 3.4, 3.5, and 3.14. - pp 14 - 32 
3. LAWRENCE KEPPIE Guess Who's coming to Dinner: The Murder of Nero's Mother Agrippina in its Topographical Setting. - pp 33 - 47
4. JONATHAN EATON The Political Significance of the Imperial Watchword in the early Empire. - pp 48 - 63 
5. RACHEL MAIRS Translator, Traditor: The Interpreter as Traitor in Classical Tradition. - pp 64 - 81


Vol. 58 N 2 2010

1. MARLOES DEENE Naturalized Citizens and Social Mobility in Classical Athens: The Case of Apollodorus. - pp 159 - 175.
2. VINCENT ROSIVACH State Pay as War Relief in Peloponnesian-War Athens. - pp 176 - 183.
3. FRANCISCO JAVIER GONZÁLEZ GARCÍA From Cultural Contact to Conquest: Rome and the Creation of a Tribal Zone in the North-Western Iberian Peninsula. - pp 184 - 194.
4. LISA TRENTIN Deformity in the Roman Imperial Court. - pp 195 - 208.
5. AISLINN MELCHIOR Caesar in Vietnam: Did Roman Soldiers Suffer from Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder? - pp 209 - 223 .
6. LEAH TOMKINS The Myth of Narcissus: Ovid and the Problem of Subjectivity in Psychology. - pp 224 - 239.


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