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IssueTitleAuthorMain CategoryKeywordsYear
12How to be a Greek accompanistBarker, A.MiscellaneousMusic1986
9Consciously StoicLong, A.Greek PhilosophyZeno; Stoicism1985
19ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1990
14Careers for Classicists EditorMiscellaneousCareers1987
70Pompeius and Herennia: a (sad) family tale from Roman EgyptRathbone, D.Roman HistoryEgypt; Papyrus2015
50Seneca's imaginary friend?Edwards, C.Roman LiteratureSeneca2005
62Permanent emergency? Augustus establishes his principateRich, J.Roman HistoryAugustus2011
51Horace Odes 1.3 and Vergil's AeneidHodgkinson, D.Roman LiteratureHorace; Virgil; Aeneid2006
69Luxury versus poverty? Herodotus' view of the Persian WarsRood, T.Greek HistoryHerodotus; Persia2015
5Reading the Ancient HistoriansWoodman, T.Greek History; Greek Literature; Roman History; Roman LiteratureHistoriography1983
66Heroism ancient and modernLampe, H.Greek LiteratureHeroes; Television2013
2ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1981
33A Very Different Dido and AeneasMorgan, L.ReceptionAeneid; Virgil1997
53Counting of votes, Athenian styleHansen, M.Greek HistoryAthens; Democracy2007
71Revenge served hot: Seneca's ThyestesBexley, E.Roman LiteratureSeneca; Roman Drama2016
28Writing on WaxTomlin, R.Roman HistoryWriting1994
70Ovid's Bacchae: a poetic metamorphosisMac Gorain, F.Roman LiteratureOvid2015
9Augustus' SundialHorsfall, N.Roman History; Roman Art & ArchaeologyAugustus; Propaganda; Architecture1985
35Reading Zoilos' Marbles: The Archaeology of a Brilliant CareerSmith, R.R.R.Roman Art & ArchaeologyArchitecture1998
12Statues from the Sea: The Riace WarriorsSmith, R.Greek Art & ArchaeologyStatues1986
8Mother GaiaHughes, J.Greek HistoryEarth1984
47Paul in Athens: Christianity in a Classical contextMorgan, T.Roman History; Greek HistoryChristianity2004
25Your Theban HeartNisbet, G.MiscellaneousHumour1993
42Dionysus LivesScupham, C.ReceptionDionysus2001
26Greek CoinageSmith, J.Greek Art & ArchaeologyNumismatics1993
39Heracles - Dress to KillVout, C.Greek Art & Archaeology; Roman Art & ArchaeologyClothing; Mythology; Vases; Statues2000
61Dancing like a maenad in the twentieth centuryMacintosh, F.ReceptionDance2011
50Thinking with the number 50Cartledge, P.Greek HistoryThucydides2005
12Roots of our language (1)Jones, P.Roman LiteratureLinguistics; Roman Britain1986
43Harry Potter, witchcraft, magic and ClassicsBalmforth, P.ReceptionMagic; Harry Potter2002
57I am a number': Horace, Homer, and the walk-on in literaturePitcher, L.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureHorace2009
36Poets, Patrons, and Public ImageJenkyns, R.Roman History; Roman LiteraturePoetry; Augustus1998
30Love, War, and DidoNelis, D.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid; Poetry1995
33Cicero Decorates a GymnaisumLeach, E.Roman Art & Archaeology; Roman LiteratureCicero1997
54Arms and the man in Aeneid 12Buckley, E.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2007
6Thucydides the PioneerDover, K.Greek HistoryThucydides; Herodotus; Historiography1983
64Can excellence be taught? Sophists and their success in fifth-century AthensHatzimichali, M.Greek HistoryPhilosophy; Athens2012
5ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1983
64Salamis: the battle that saved western civilization?Cartledge, P.Greek HistoryPersia; Herodotus2012
15Loveliness and Refinement in CatullusBulley, M.Roman LiteratureCatullus; Poetry1988
38The Gordianus KnotSteele, C.ReceptionCicero1999
48At home with NeroVout, C.Roman Art & ArchaeologyNero; City of Rome; Domus Aurea2004
69Dido and Aeneas in Roman BritainThompson, K. and Z. NewbyRoman Art and ArchaeologyRoman Britain; Mosaics2015
60Early Christianity and the Greek LanguageProbert, P. Greek Literature; Greek HistoryChristianity2010
28Why Roman remains remainMercer, C.Roman Art & Archaeology1994
10Dionysus - A TastingMidgley, B.Greek History; Greek Literature; Greek Art & ArchaeologyWine1985
53Are Greek historians biased in their presentation of the enemy?Pranav, S.Greek HistoryHerodotus; Historiography2007
22Greek Slavery - no laughing matter?Cartledge, P.Greek History; Greek LiteratureSlavery; Greek Drama1991
19Homer and Virgil's UnderworldSwain, S.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureHomer; Virgil; Aeneid; Poetry1990
18Ancient Greece sets TV on fireBurton, R.ReceptionTelevision; Education1989
52Ovid's Error: Actaeon, sight, sex, and stripteaseIngleheart, J.Roman LiteratureOvid2006
58Conquering Greece: A Persian perspectiveHaubold, J.Greek HistoryPersia2009
15The Values of PlinyParker, R.Roman LiteraturePliny1988
46Harry Potter and the teaching of ClassicsWhitmarsh, T.ReceptionHarry Potter2003
51Tragic and real-life familiesGrisman, S.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama2006
7Iris MurdochPrice, S.Interviews1984
23A Museum, not a SnoozeumBeard, M. & Henderson, J.ReceptionMuseums1992
13ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1987
40The Spinning of AlexanderWhitby, M.Greek History;Alexander the Great; Politics2000
60Storms of passion in the AeneidCowan, B. Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2010
1Greek Dinner PartiesVickers, M.Greek HistoryFood1981
71The Lost Boys: did the Romans love their children?Masseglia, J.Roman HistoryChildhood2016
46Performance disasters in the Athenian TheatreDavidson, J.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama2003
38Education in the Greek and Roman WorldMorgan, T.Greek History; Roman HistoryEducation1999
60Roman table-talk, Greek styleKonig, J.Roman LiteratureFood2010
442002: A Sleep OdysseyTaplin, O.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey2002
53Was Roman fish sauce rotten?Grainger, S.Roman HistoryFood2007
56Colloquies and VulgarsAdams, M.ReceptionLatin; Education2008
64The Artemidorus PapyrusSedley, D.Greek Art and ArchaeologyPapyrus; Lost works2012
47Truly, madly, deeply: the ghostly love of Ceyx and AlcyoneCowan, B. Roman LiteratureOvid; Metamorphoses2004
50The complex OedipusMorales, H.Greek Literature; ReceptionOedipus; Sophocles; Gender2005
53Heracles transformed: Ovid and SophoclesRaeburn, D.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureOvid; Sophocles; Greek Drama2007
48An Achilles for the new MilleniumMichelakis, P.ReceptionAchilles2004
55Tell me, Muse...story-telling in the OdysseyNi Mheallaigh, K.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey2008
30Et in Arcadia EgoBeard, M. & Henderson, J.Roman Literature; ReceptionVirgil; Language1995
9Antiquities for SaleFallows, G.MiscellaneousAntiquities1985
27Nestor AdvisesMorwood, J.Greek LiteratureHomer; Iliad; Poetry1994
62So how about we rise up at last?' Rebellion in Tacitus and contemporary FranceLow, K.ReceptionTacitus2011
70A child is born: the enduring mystery of Virgil's fourth EclogueHoughton, L.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2015
59Men in Skirts and brutal rebellion in ancient GreeceScott, M.Greek HistoryWar; Thebes; Athens2010
69Death and burial in the Mycenean worldGalanakis, Y.Greek Art and ArchaeologyMycenaeans2015
71What is the function of book 8 in Virgil's Aeneid?Thomas, C.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2016
44How obelisks became RomanElsner, J.Roman Art & ArchaeologyCity of Rome; Architecture2002
3News from Roman BritainHassall, M.Roman Art & AchaeologyRoman Britain1982
52Ritual and money in Aeschylus' AgamemnonSeaford, R.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aeschylus2006
44War and wine: British Responses to RomeRathbone, D.Roman Art & ArchaeologyBoudicca2002
27Lipari's SecretHeap, A.Greek HistoryLipari1994
70Reanimating Virgil's AeneidRobinson, M.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2015
69Flying scholars and the rise of flatulence: the scientific fantasy of Aristophanes' CloudsHorky, P.S.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes2015
32How Herodotus Believed in OraclesHarrison, T.Greek HistoryHerodotus; Religion1996
20The impossibility of contradicting the SophistsMackenzie, M.PhilosophySophists1990
34Aeneas' StoryGibson, B.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid; Poetry1997
23All About PanBoardman, J.Greek Art & Archaeology; ReceptionPan1992
44The Iliad as tragedyJones, P.Greek LiteratureHomer; Iliad2002
31Ringing the Changes: form and identity in Ovid's MetamorphosesHershkowitz, D.Roman LiteratureOvid; Poetry1996
22Emperors, Gladiators, ChristiansWiedemann, T.Roman HistoryGladiators1991
33The Politics of Expulsion: Ostracism at AthensOsborne, R.Greek HistoryAthens; Democracy1997
43Writing for Posterity: Thucydides on PericlesGreenwood, E.Greek HistoryThucydides; Pericles2002
37Ted Hughes' Gaudette and the Bacchae of EuripidesWilliams, M.Reception; Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Poetry; Competitions1999
38Millenium celebrations, Roman styleWiedemann, T.Roman HistoryPolitics1999
21Latin as she was spokePowell, J.G. Roman LiteratureLatin; Linguistics; Language1991
25Ausonius and the MoselleGreen, R.Roman Literature; Roman HistoryPoetry1993
64Youth language' in ancient RomeKruschwitz, P. and E. FeliceRoman HistoryLatin2012
67Digging up the people of Roman BritainKahn, N.Roman Art and ArchaeologyArchaeology; Roman Britain2014
25Grecian WeaselsMayor, A.Greek Literature; Greek HistoryAnimals1993
3Sappho's Call to AphroditeCampbell, D.Greek LiteratureSappho; Poetry1982
52Men from Mars and Women from Mercury in Sophocles' ElectraTorrance, I.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Sophocles2006
65Love's young dream...or nightmareMarshall, S.Roman LiteratureOvid2013
28Athenian Tragedy at a DistanceWilson, P.Greek Literature; Greek HistoryGreek Drama; Athens1994
31Sophocles' Revolutionary AntigoneMarch, J.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Sophocles; Women1996
59Agrippina's last words (rpt.)Whitton, C.Roman History; Roman LiteratureTacitus; Historiography2010
44But seriously now...political themes in Aristophanes' WaspsMilligan, L.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes2002
34The History of Money: A New Gallery at the British MuseumMeadows, A.Greek Art & Archaeology; Roman Art & ArchaeologyNumismatics1997
3Greek and Roman Toothache Midgley, B.Greek History; Roman HistoryMedicine1982
25Virgil's WomenJenkyns, R.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Women1993
41Aeneas, Rome's first tourist?Purcell, N.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2001
57Deceipt, ignorance, and interpretation in Aeneid Book 4Parkes, R.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2009
29News BitesUnknownMiscellaneousNews1995
42Men in WingsD'Angour, A.Greek HistoryScience2001
37Only other people eat other peopleKraus, C.Greek History; Roman History; PhilosophyFood1999
3Who needs liberating?Cameron, A.Greek History; Roman HistoryGender; Sexuality; Women1982
61Catullus 63, a song of Attis for the MegalesiaTheodorakopoulos, E.Roman LiteratureCatullus2011
38The Islands of Diomedes: An Archaeological SensationParker, R.Greek Art & ArchaeologyArchaeology1999
13Gilbert and AristophanesFinnegan, R.Greek Literature; ReceptionAristophanes; Modern Drama; Greek Drama1987
12You did, Oscar, you didHarrison, S.ReceptionOscar Wilde1986
19Head in the CloudsSilk, M.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes1990
51Zenobia - Queen of the desertChambers, S.Roman HistoryZenobia2006
12Aristophanes funny beyond wordsMorton, T.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes; humour1986
23With Aeneas to ButhrotumGibbons, D.ReceptionVirgil; Aeneid1992
5Gorgons and MermaidsHarrison, J.Greek LiteratureMythology1983
29Theban 'pigs' bite backCartledge, P.Greek HistoryThebes1995
49Tragic PainBudelmann, F.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Sophocles2005
4Pope and the EpicWilson, P.Reception; Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureHomer; Virgil; Pope; 18th Century1982
43Sulpicia: the mistress writes back?Skoie, M.Roman LiteratureSulpicia2002
56A touch of neoclassicismColtman, V.ReceptionMuseums2008
20The Naked Truth about Greek AthleticsInstone, S.Greek HistoryOlympics; Athletics1990
65Petronius' Trimalchio: beast at the feastRepath, I.Roman LiteratureFood2013
14The First Greek CruiseButterworth, J.Reception18th Century1987
60A visit to virtual pasts: the new museum in ErcolanoHales, S.Roman Art and ArchaeologyMuseums; Herculaneum2010
31Cicero Hits the RoadLaurence, R.Roman HistoryCicero1996
22Introducing CatullusWinterbottom, M.Roman LiteratureCatullus1991
49Advising on 'Alexander'Lane Fox, R.ReceptionAlexander the Great; Film2005
2The Classical Continuum 1: Symbol and SignThompson, W.ReceptionLanguage1981
50Mezentius - the man you hate to loveCowan, B. Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2005
71Theodicy in the Odyssey...and the IliadKelly, A.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey; Iliad2016
47Like father like son: Philip II and Macedonian thuggeryMitchell, L.Greek HistoryMacedonia; Philip II2004
16Haunted HellasMayor, A.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Ghosts1988
69Augustus and Livia: An extraordinary marriageLanglands, R.Roman HistoryAugustus2015
13More Masked MaraudersScupham, C.Greek Literature; ReceptionGreek Drama; Modern Drama1987
45Carved in stoneHebron, M.Roman Art & ArchaeologyEpigraphy2003
14Translating the AeneidWest, D.Roman LiteratureAeneid; Virgil; Poetry1987
44Walking among gods: Virgil in a landscape gardenGruzelier, C.Roman Literature; ReceptionVirgil; Aeneid2002
27How to run the country - a Roman Lesson for the GovernmentOwens, E.Roman History; ReceptionGovernment; Politics1994
25The uses of ZeusesArafat, K.Greek Art & ArchaeologyZeus1993
48Ancient Olympics, modern mythsMiles, R.ReceptionOlympics; Athletics2004
52Humour, translation, and Aristophanes' WaspsRobson, J.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes; Translation; Humour2006
56Terence, tender prostitutes, and kind mothers-in-lawPanayotakis, C.Roman LiteratureRoman Drama2008
14Roots of our language (2)Powell, J.G.Roman Literature; ReceptionLinguistics1987
27Mathes and the Muses: MosaicsMorris, J.Greek Art & Archaeology; Roman Art & Archaeology; Greek History; Roman HistoryMosaics; Science1994
32Aaagh! Noises off-stage in Greek TheatreScupham, C.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama1996
62Sophocles' Ajax and the vase-paintersFinglass, P.Greek Literature; Greek Art and ArchaeologyGreek Drama; Sophocles; Vases2011
26A Dangerous Opponent of Democracy: Plato's Views in the RepublicOsborne, C.PhilosopyPlato; Democracy1993
68Rabbit, duck, or dabbit? The Odyssey's Dual PerspectiveMiller, J.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey2014
64In Praise of the UnexpectedKneebone, E.Roman LiteratureLucian2012
60Penelope to Arachne: the stories weaving women tellNi Mheallaigh, K.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureWomen; Ovid; Homer2010
58Caesar, Alexander, and Pompey: the making of a dictatorSteel, C.Roman HistoryJulius Caesar; Alexander the Great; Pompey2009
23The Birth of Democracy?Osborne, R.Greek HistoryAthens; Democracy1992
32Tracking Down Lindsey DaviesNixon, L.Interviews1996
36Divine Underwear - In all the better shopsAlden, M.Greek History; ReceptionClothing1998
41Seven Against ThebesEasterling, P.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aeschylus2001
47War and peace in the Iliad and Michael LongleyTaplin, O.Greek Literature; ReceptionHomer; Iliad2004
20Virgil on not knowning natureBrooke, M.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Poetry1990
40Municpal patrons: networking in Roman ItalyLomas, K.Roman HistoryPolitics2000
32Did the Romans go to the baths to get clean or dirty?Zajac, N.Roman Art & Archaeology; Roman HistoryBaths1996
5Rereading CatullusFerguson, J.Roman LiteratureCatullus; Poetry1983
54Beyond the battlefield: Caesar on massacres, executions and mutilationsBragg, E.Roman Literature; Roman HistoryJulius Caesar2007
19Hadrian's Wall Pilgrimmage Burton, R.ReceptionRoman Britain1990
8What were all those statues for?Smith, R.Greek Art & Archaeology; Roman Art & ArchaeologyStatues1984
39Computers and Writing-TabletsBowman, A.; Brady, M.; Schenk, V.; Tomlin, R.Roman Art & ArchaeologyPreserving Texts2000
40Shakespeare re-writes Homer: the cae of Troilus and CressidaStamatakis, C.Reception; Greek LiteratureShakespeare; Homer2000
65Hermes in the half-light: Priam, Achilles, and the end of the IliadWhitmarsh, T.Greek LiteratureHomer; Iliad2013
12Making a Mint: coining in classical antiquityNash, D.Greek Art & Archaeology; Roman Art & ArchaeologyNumismatics1986
16Athens the Uniquely Merciful: the Power of MythGriffin, J.Greek HistoryAthens; Mythology1988
24Livy on the RoyalsPelling, C.Roman History; Roman LiteratureLivy1992
26Looking at a Greek VaseRobertson, M.Greek Art & ArchaeologyVases1993
8ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1984
36Seamus Heaney and the ClassicsO'Donoghue, B.ReceptionPoetry1998
21Archimedes and the Sand-ManLandels, J.PhilosophyArchimedes1991
7ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1984
66The Elle-iad: Female empowerment in the IliadGreensmith, E.Greek LiteratureHomer; Iliad2013
67Why read Propertius?Gruzelier, C.Roman LiteraturePropertius2014
16The Metamorphoses of OvidHollis, A.Roman LiteratureOvid; Poetry1988
21Amazons in Rome?Sparkes, B.Roman Art & Archaeology; Greek Art & ArchaeologyArchitecture1991
53Grave issues in Classical AthensTurner, S.Greek Art & ArchaeologyArt; Athens; Tombs2007
10Wolves and Werewolves in GreeceBuxton, R.Greek Literature; Greek HistoryMythology1985
25PersiaKuhrt, A.Greek HistoryPersia1993
49Ascanius in TartanRogerson, A.ReceptionVirgil; Aeneid2005
54Blinding Polyphemus in the AeneidArmstrong, S.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2007
34Herodotus and the English PatientHarrison, T.ReceptionHerodotus; Film1997
21Eggcups and BookcasesEvans, M.ReceptionArchitecture1991
55Becoming Roman, staying Gaulish...and taking heads: A spectacular new tombstone of a Roman auxiliary from LancasterJames, S.Roman Art and ArchaeologyRoman Britain2008
57Surprising Hedius Verus: How Roman Statues WorkedStewart, P.Roman Art and ArchaeologyStatues2009
28AlcibiadesGribble, D.Greek HistoryAthens1994
2Earthquakes in Ancient GreeceCartledge, P.Greek HistoryScience1981
53Cicero detective?Fotheringham, L.Roman LiteratureCicero2007
55Why did Socrates have to die? Politics, philosophy, and drinking-parties in XenophonHesk, J.Greek Literature; Greek HistorySocrates; Xenophon, Athens2008
26Orestes Faces the GodsPeart, M.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Poetry; Aeschylus; Euripides1993
64Plato and marshmallowsWarren, J.PhilosophyPlato2012
14ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1987
27How to be happy in the next worldSeaford, R.Roman Art & Archaeology; Greek Art & ArchaeologyTombs1994
9What was Fortuna laughing at?West, D.Roman LiteraturePoetry; Horace; Philosophy1985
52Constantine the Great: Rome's first Christian emperor?Grig, L.Roman HistoryConstantine; Christianity2006
10The Bronze Age of Michael WoodWood, M.Interviews1985
60Beyond tragedy: Thucydides and the Sicilian ExpeditionSeaford, R.Greek HistoryThucydides; Athens; Historiography2010
63Txt like a RomanKing, G. and M. NichollsRoman Art and ArchaeologyEpigraphy2012
54Such a song giving voice': musical effects in Greek tragedyPhilippo, S.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama2007
20Thomas Hardy and Greek TragedyKing, J.Reception; Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureGreek Drama1990
31The Spartan AlternativeRhodes, P.Greek HistorySparta1996
59Icarus as artworkVout, C.Roman Literature; ReceptionOvid; Art2010
62Herakles, the Kerkopes, and ArchilochusFowler, R.Greek LiteraturePoetry; Mythology2011
48Priam encounters UlyssessFanthorpe, U.A. and P. MurrayGreek Literature; ReceptionHomer; Iliad2004
26The Roman CalendarPrice, S.Roman HistoryCalendar1993
67History and histrionics: staging Nero's reignClarke, K.Roman HistoryTacitus; Nero2014
60Good and bad comedy in Aristophanes' CloudsRobson, J.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes2010
22Homeric Virgil, Virgilian HomerRutherford. R.Greek Literature; Roman LiteraturePoetry; Homer; Virgil1991
61Xenophon, son of Gryllus, in conversation with Maria PretzlerPretzler, M.Greek HistoryXenophon; Interview2011
9Euripides' Portrayal of MedeaT. TuckettGreek LiteratureEuripides; Greek Drama; Women1985
29Cambridge CloudcuckoolandLewis, J.Greek Literature; ReceptionGreek Drama; Modern Drama1995
56Homer from the dump to the digitalParsons, P.Greek LiteratureHomer; Papyrus2008
48Arms and the Hobbit: J.R.R. Tolkien's Lord of the Rings and Classical EpicGale, M.ReceptionTolkien; Homer; Virgil2004
1W. H. Auden on Homer and VirgilGrandsen, K.W.ReceptionPoetry1981
60Augustus' bath towelOsborne, R.Roman History; Roman Art & ArchaeologyAugustus; Clothing2010
52Tacitus, Tiberius, and AugustusCowan, E. Roman HistoryTacitus2006
64An empire of imagesAudley-Miller, L.Roman Art and ArchaeologyPrincipate; Propaganda2012
61Courting controversy: Shakespeare's use of Ovid in Venus and AdonisEllis, G.ReceptionShakespeare; Ovid2011
13Myth and French TheatreRobinson, C.ReceptionMythology; Modern Drama1987
25ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1993
54Herodotus and Ethiopia: A journey to the ends of the earthRood, T.Greek LiteratureHerodotus2007
9ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1985
50Significant gestures: Roman rhetoric and the bodyWhitmarsh, T.Roman HistoryOratory2005
68Augustus, the Senate, and the city of RomeRussell, A.Roman HistoryAugustus; City of Rome2014
15Luxury VasesGill, D.Greek Art & Archaeology; Greek HistoryVases1988
7The Place of AntigoneTaplin, O.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Sophocles; Women; Gender1984
24Spurlos Verkunt (Sunk without trace)Bound, M.Roman History; Greek HistoryNavy; Etruscan1992
65On site at Silchester with Joanna LangleyLangley, J.Roman Art and ArchaeologyArchaeology; Roman Britain2013
31Daedalus and Icarus: Two PoemsFisser, C.Roman Literature; ReceptionPoetry1996
50Knowing VirtueWalker, R.Greek LiteraturePhilosophy; Plato; Socrates2005
46Classical and Post-Colonial Tragedy: Euripides' and Wole Soyinka's BacchaeBryant-Davies, R.Greek Literature; ReceptionGreek Drama; Euripides2003
48Presocratic Philosophy: a versy short introductionOsborne, C.Greek LiteraturePhilosophy2004
28Medea's StoryStow, E.Reception1994
68Classical sculpture in Victorian BritainVout, C.ReceptionVictorians; Statues2014
64The lunatic fringe? The Moon in ancient thought and fictionNi Mheallaigh, K.Greek LiteratureMoon2012
34Pot LuckSparkes, B.Greek Art & ArchaeologyVases1997
41Homer, espionage, and Albanian complexitiesGraziosi, B.ReceptionHomer2001
30Suns set and rise: Catullus 5 and the ElizabethansTaylor, A.Roman Literature; ReceptionCatullus; Poetry; English Literature1995
17Maecenas: Minister of CultureHarrison, S.Roman History; Roman LiteraturePrincipate1989
66Tibet sheds light on the mystery of MycenaeHogg, D.Greek Art and ArchaeologyMycenae2013
3The Oresteia in LondonMurray, O.Greek Literature; ReceptionTragedy; Greek Drama; Modern Drama1982
12New Documents from VindolandaBowman, A.; Thomas, J.Roman Art & AchaeologyRoman Britain1986
23How to Decorate a Roman HouseLing, R.Roman Art & ArchaeologyArchitecture1992
2222795 Lines of Finnish into LatinFleet, B.ReceptionLatin; Language1991
46Unsung heroes in Aeneid 12Lyne, O.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid2003
52Making an ass of oneself: Apuleius' MetamorphosisRepath, I.Roman LiteratureApuleius2006
19From our correspondent in Roman BritainHassall, M.Roman Art & Archaeology; Roman HistoryRoman Britain1990
26Catullus the Cyber-punk?Nisbet, G.Roman LiteratureCatullus1993
8JuvenalRudd, N.Roman LiteratureJuvenal1984
68Roman globalizationMorley, N.Roman HistoryPrincipate; Imperialism2014
36The Battle of Mons Graupius - somewhere in CaledoniaBeetham, F. & Stewart, S.Roman HistoryRoman Britain; War1998
12Greeks buried at Troy?Taplin, O.Greek Art & ArchaeologyTroy1986
18Vergil's Fall of TroyNusbaum, G.Roman LiteratureVirgil; Aeneid; Poetry1989
52Mithras, or 'The Passion of the Bull-Slayer'Kaizer, T.Roman HistoryReligion2006
69How Greek sceptics argued for and against the godsTor, S.PhilosophySceptics2015
66Demosthenes, inside and outWestwood, G.Greek HistoryDemosthenes; Athens2013
5New Fields in Greek ArchaeologySnodgrass, A.Greek Art & ArchaeologyArchaeology1983
2Who's afraid of Euripides' Medea?Gould, J.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Euripides; Women1981
9Shakespeare's RomeMartindale, J.ReceptionShakespeare1985
48The strife of cups': Greek vases at the symposionSmith, A.Greek Art & ArchaeologyVases2004
33Happy Endings' and the shadow of the future in Euripdes' Iphigenia at Aulis and Jean Racine's IphigéniePhillippo, S.Greek Literature; ReceptionGreek Drama; Euripides; Modern Drama1997
64The invention of Homer: a sculptural accountSpivey, N.Greek Art and ArchaeologyStatues; Art2012
4P.L.I.N.Y.'S LettersHenderson, J.Roman History; Roman LiteraturePliny1982
26Euripides Helen - the First Modern Comedy?Lanch, M.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Euripides1993
2The Minotaur in UsNevard, G.Greek History; Greek Literature; Greek Art & ArchaeologyMythology1981
13Many-coloured Homer?Rowe, C.Greek LiteratureHomer; Poetry1987
70Herodotus and the Persian Wars: memory, recrimination and the writing of historyThomas, R.Greek HistoryHerodotus; Persia; Historiography2015
50Through the keyhole': love and literature in Pliny's life of lettersClarke, K.Roman LiteraturePliny; Gender2005
45The Cambridge Cast GallerySpivey, N.Roman Art & Archaeology; Greek Art & Archaeology; ReceptionCasts2003
20What was a Greek Chorus?Carey, C.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama1990
14Roman InsultsWatson, L.Roman History; Roman LiteratureInsults1987
39The monstrous regiment? Aristophanes' comic feminocracyCartledge, P.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aristophanes2000
35Nero's Canels: Folly or ForesightLaurence, R.Roman History; Roman Art & ArchaeologyNero1998
8Euripides the PscyhologistKnox, B.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Euripides1984
58To the victors the spoils: the cunning of ThemistoclesAnderson, R.Greek HistoryAthens2009
45Picture This! The House of Meleager at PompeiiLorenz, K.Roman Art & ArchaeologyPompeii; Art2003
25The Fragile Foundations of a Wonder of the WorldBrodersen, K.Greek Art & ArchaeologyEgypt; Architecture1993
18The Oldest Jokes in the West?Fowler,D. & West, S.Roman Literature; Greek LiteratureHumour1989
28Guitars in AntiquityFear, A.Greek History; Roman HistoryMusic1994
16Greek InsectsDavies, M. & Kathirithamby, J.Greek History; Greek Literature; Greek Art & ArchaeologyInsects1988
71Pompey's your man! Cicero's De Imperio Gnaei Pompeivan der Blom, H.Roman HistoryCicero; Pompey2016
44Learning from loversSheffield, F.Greek LiteraturePlato2002
15Roots of our language (3): Did Latin Die?Wright, R.ReceptionLinguistics1988
50Power-dressing in ancient GreeceOsborne, R.Greek Art and ArchaeologyClothing; Vases; Statues2005
58The humour of the OdysseyBowie, A.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey2009
52The Sirens' threatening songRosenfelder, H.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey2006
26The Philosopher and the TigerSharples, B.Philosophy1993
22In Search of Heinrich Schliemann Arnott, G.Greek Art & ArchaelogyHomer; Troy; Mycenae1991
52Spartan militarism: a modern mirage?Hodkinson, S.Greek History; ReceptionSparta2006
14The amusing tale of Q. Pomponius MusaKreitzer, L.Roman Art & ArchaeologyNumismatics1987
16What did Homer know about writing?Edwards, P.Greek LiteratureHomer; Linguistics1988
10Plato's State Prescription ChargesAnnas, J.Greek PhilosophyPlato1985
48Why do heroes in epic poetry visit the Underworld?Powers, E.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureHomer; Odyssey; Virgil; Aeneid2004
20More very old ChestnutsWest, S.Greek Literature; Roman LiteratureHumour1990
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68Musonius Rufus and women's educationGloyn, E.Roman HistoryEducation; Women2014
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17Boadicea's Biographer: An Interview with Lady Antonia FraserFraser, A.Interviews1989
41The Greatest Show on Earth: Roman entertainment in New York circusesMalamud, M.Reception2001
61Cicero the consistent consul: saviour of the RepublicBrooke, E.Roman HistoryCicero2011
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47Public libraries in the Roman worldNicholls, M.Roman HistoryLibraries2004
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5The Shadows of Past KnowledgeJenkyns, R.ReceptionVictorians1983
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19Gods in the Tate GalleryHamlyn, R.ReceptionMuseums1990
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70Aeschylus' taste for wicked womenWyles, R.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Aeschylus2015
65Pliny's Vesuvius: off the beaten track in the Bay of NaplesGibson, R.Roman Art and Archaeology; Roman LiteraturePompeii; Herculaneum; Pliny2013
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57Ovid's Metamorphoses metamorphosedTatlow, R.Roman Literature; ReceptionOvid2009
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21Entertaining Strangers: Odyssey 8 & 9Walcot, P.Greek LiteratureHomer; Odyssey; Poetry1991
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62Omnibus interviews novelist Meg ClothierOmnibusReceptionInterview2011
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38The Pride and Prejudices of a Roman JuryBerry, D.Roman HistoryCicero1999
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34Ovid's Last WordGottwalt, H.Roman LiteratureOvid; Poetry1997
58Doctor CiceroMorwood, J.Roman LiteratureCicero2009
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51Freedom and Slavery in Martial 11.39Fitzgerald, W.Roman LiteratureMartial2006
34Enter - The SunScupham, C.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama1997
59Epic MealsThomas, O.Greek LiteratureHomer; Epic2010
68Sophocles' Antigone and not knowing what to doWilley, H.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Sophocles2014
20ThersitesThersitesMiscellaneousHumour1990
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59Euripides and the power of persuasionCarter, D.Greek LiteratureGreek Drama; Euripides2010
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