Publications 2017


This list contains some of the work published by members of the Faculty with the year of publication 2017. The order of names for multi-author publications does not necessarily follow that in the publications themselves.

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Ash, R. (2017), ‘Rhetoric and Roman Historiography’, in M. MacDonald (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Rhetorical Studies (Oxford), 195-204.

Atack, C. (2017), ‘The history of Athenian democracy, now’, History of Political Thought 8, 576-88.

Atack, C. (2017), ‘Precarity and protest: the politics of Aristophanes’ Lysistrata’CUCD Bulletin 46.

Bocksberger, S. M. (2017), ‘Dance as Silent Poetry, Poetry as Speaking Dance: the Poetics of Orchesis’, in L. Gianvittorio (ed.), Choreutika: Performing dance in archaic and classical Greece (Pisa and Rome). 159-74.

Bocksberger, S. M. (2017), ‘5266. Sophocles, Philoctetes 104–7, 109–32, 151, 155–81’, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. 81 (Oxford), 52-7.

Bowie, A. M. (2017), ‘Aristophanes’, in K. De Temmerman and E. van Emde Boas (edd.), Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature, Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative, volume 4, (Leiden and Boston), 375-90.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Philosophia and philosophoi in Athenaeus’, in P. Vesperini (ed.), Philosophari. Usages romains des savoirs grecs sous la République et sous l’Empire (Paris), 431-65.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Poetic elements in the vocabulary of the Greek novelists’, in M. Biraud and M. Briand (edd.), Roman grec et poésie. Dialogue des genres et nouveaux enjeux du poétique (Lyon), 97–131.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Un contexte rituel pour le Télèphe d’Archiloque ?’, in Cl. Calame et P. Ellinger (edd.), Du récit au rituel par la forme esthétique. Poèmes, images et pragmatique culturelle en Grèce ancienne (Paris), 49-71.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Xenophon’s influence in imperial Greece’ in M. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon (Cambridge), 403-15.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘The View from Aphrodisias and Hadrianoutherae’, in M. R. Niehoff (ed.), Journeys in the Roman EastImagined and Real (Tübingen), 23-51.

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Master, slaves and animals in Longus, Daphnis and Chloe’, in S. Panayotakis (ed.), Masters and slavesAncient Narrative Suppl. (Groningen).

Bowie, E. L. (2017), ‘Generic play in Lucian’s Philopseudes’, in Émeline Marquis and Alain Billault (edd.) , Mixis. Le mélange des genres chez Lucien de Samosate (Paris), 171-81.

Brown, P. G. McC. (2017), ‘Ombra mai fu: Shades of Greece and Rome in the Librettos for Handel’s London Operas’, in C. Timms and B. Wood (edd.), Music in the London Theatre from Purcell to Handel (Cambridge), 83-98.

Brown, P. G. McC. (2017), ‘Menander’, in K. De Timmerman and E. van Emde Boas (edd.), Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative vol. 4, Leiden and Boston), 391-406.

Budelmann, F. (2017), ‘Performance, reperformance, pre-performance: the paradox of repeating the unique in Pindaric epinician and beyond’, in R. Hunter und A. Uhlig (eds.), Reperformance in Ancient Culture (Cambridge), 42-62.

Budelmann, F. (2017): Budelmann, F., Dunbar, R., Duncan, S., van Emde Boas, E., Maguire, L., Teasdale, B., Thompson, J., ‘Cognition, endorphins, and the literary response to tragedy’, Cambridge Quarterly 46, 229-50.

Clarke, K. (2017), 'Strabo's Mediterranean', in D. Dueck (ed.), Routledge Companion to Strabo (London), 47-59.

Collard, C., and †Morwood, J. M. (2017), Euripides: Iphigenia at Aulis (2 vols., Liverpool).

Colomo, D. (2017), ‘Quantity Marks in Prose Texts on Papyrus’, in G. Nocchi Macedo, M. Scappaticcio (eds.), Signes dans les textes, textes sur les signes. Érudition, lecture et écriture dans le monde gréco-romain(Liège), 97-125.

Colomo, D., Obbink, D. (2017), ‘5345. Mark I 7-9, 16-18’, in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXXIII (London).

Colomo, D., Obbink, D. (2017), ‘5346. ‘Luke XIII 13-17, 25-30’, ibid.

Colomo, D., Obbink, D. (2017) ,’5348. Ezekiel Ἐξαγωγή’, ibid. 

Colomo, D. (2017), ‘Frammento di resoconti sulla manutenzione delle dighe (PL III 728A)’, in R. Pintaudi, L. Del Corso (edd.), Papiri della Biblioteca Medicea Laurenziana, vol. VI (Florence).

Colomo, D. (2017), ‘Frammento di lettera (PL 565)’, ibid.

Colomo, D. (2017), ‘Frammento di documento (PL 560)’, ibid.

Colomo, D. (2017), ‘Malleveria (PL 483)’, ibid.

Currie, B. G. F (2017), ‘Festival, Symposium, and Epinician (Re)performance: The Case of Nemean 4 and Others’, in R. L. Hunter and A. Uhlig (edd.), Imagining Reperformance in Ancient Culture: Studies in the Traditions of Drama and Lyric (Cambridge), 187-208.

Currie, B. G. F (2017), ‘Pindar and Bacchylides’, in E. van Emde Boas and K. de Temmerman (edd.), Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative, Volume four (Leiden and Boston), 293-314.

D’Angour, A.J. (2017), ‘Euripides and the Sound of Music’, in L. McClure (ed.), A Companion to Euripides(Oxford), 428-43.

Ellis-Evans, A. (2017), ‘Four attitudes to decline in Hellenistic history’, in T. Minamikawa (ed.), Decline and Decline Narratives in the Greek and Roman World (Kyoto), 19-28.

Ellis-Evans, A. (2017), ‘The history and coinage of Achaiion in the Troad’, Revue des Études Anciennes 119, 25-47.

Elsner, J. (2017): J. Elsner, S. Lenk, et al. (Oxford): Imagining the Divine: Art and the Rise of World Religions (Exhibition catalogue, Oxford).

Elsner, J., Hernández Lobato, J. (edd.) (2017), The Poetics of Late Latin Literature (Oxford).

Elsner, J. (with J. Hernández Lobato) (2017), ‘Introduction: Notes towards a Poetics of Late Latin Literature’, ibid., 1-22.

Elsner, J. (2017), ‘Late Narcissus: Classicism and Culture in a Late Roman Cento’, ibid., 176-205

Elsner, J. (2017): Crawford, S., Ulmschneider, K., Elsner, J. (edd.), The Ark of Civilization (Oxford).

Elsner, J. (with S. Crawford and K. Ulmschneider) (2017), ‘Introduction: Oxford's Ark: Second World War Refugees in the Arts and Humanities’, ibid., 1-21.

Elsner, J. (2017), ‘Pfeiffer, Fraenkel and Refugee Scholarship in Oxford during and after the Second World War’, ibid., 25-49.

Elsner, J. (ed.) (2017), Comparativism in Art History (New York).

Elsner, J. (with S. Abe) (2017), ‘Introduction: Some Stakes of Comparison’, ibid. 1-15.

Elsner, J. (2017), ‘Excavating Pilgrimage’ in W. Friese and T. Kristensen (edd.), Excavating Pilgrimage, (London), 265-74.

Elsner, J. (2017), ‘Visual Ontologies: Style, Archaism and the Construction of the Sacred in the Western Tradition’, in V. Platt and M. Squire (edd.), Framing Antiquity (Cambridge), 433-71.

Fanti, G. (2017), ‘The Failure of Memmius in Lucretius’ DRN’, Latomus 76, 58-79.

Fanti, G. (2017), ‘Qualche appunto in risposta a «Chi, cosa resisterà mai a tempestas e avetustas?» Cic. Arat. fr.2’ (Response to Dr N. Ciano). La Biblioteca di CC 5, 134-44 (online).

Franklinos, T. E. (2017), ‘A Plautine Emendation: Miles Gloriosus 1268’, Hermes 145, 109–12.

Fries, A. (2017), ‘For Use in Schools. Prosodical Marks in Two Pre-Palaeologan Manuscripts of Pindar’, GRBS 57, 745-70.

Fries, A. (2017), ‘Pindar, Hieron and the Persian Wars. History and Intertextuality in Pyth. 1.71-80’, Wiener Studien 130: 71-80

Griffin, M. T. (2017): J. Davie (translation), M. T. Griffin (introduction and notes), Cicero on Life and Death (Oxford).

Güthenke, C. (2017), ‘Neutrality’ in B. Holmes (ed.), Liquid Antiquity (Athens).

Güthenke, C. (2017), ‘Warum Boeckhs Encyklopädie lesen?’, Geschichte der Germanistik. Historische Zeitschrift für die Philologien 51/52.

Harrison, S.J. (2017), Horace: Odes II (Cambridge)

Harrison, S.J. (2017), Victorian Horace: Classics and Class (London)

Harrison, S.J. (2017), ‘Horace’s hymn to Bacchus (Odes 2.19): politics and poetics’ in A.J.Woodman and J.Wisse (edd.), Word and Context in Latin Poetry: Studies in memory of David West [Cambridge Classical Journal Suppl. 40] (Cambridge), 89-103.

Harrison, S.J. (2017), ‘The Lost Heir: C.Claudius Marcellus in Augustan Poetry’, PhaoS - Revista de Estudos Clássicos.

Harrison, S.J. (2017), ‘The Vita Phocae: literary context and texture' in A.Powell and P.Hardie (edd.), The Ancient Lives of Virgil: Literary and Historical Studies (Swansea), 73-92.

Henig, M. (2017), with A.Lerz and K. Hayward, ‘A new sculpture from London’s Eastern Roman cemetery, Britannia 48, 19-35.

Henig, M. (2017), ‘The technology of securing valuables from theft’, in J. Slocum and D. Sonneveld (edd.), Romano-Celtic Mask Puzzle Padlocks. A study of their origin, design, technology and security (Oxford), 6.

Henig, M. (2017), ‘The tombstone: Sculpture’, in N. Holbrook, J. Wright , E.R. McSloy, and J. Geber (edd.), The Western Cemetery of Roman Cirencester, Excavations at the former Bridges Garage, Tetbury Road, Cirencester, 2011-2015 (Cirencester Excavations VII, Cotswold Archaeology).

Heyworth, S.J., and †Morwood, J.H.W. (2017), A Commentary on Vergil, Aeneid 3 (Oxford).

Heyworth, S.J. (2017), ‘Segmentation and interpretation in Odes 2’, Dictynna 14.

Hitch, S., and Rutherford, I. (edd.) (2017), Animal Sacrifice in the Ancient Greek World (Cambridge).

Hitch, S. (2017), ‘Tastes of Greek Poetry: From Homer to Aristophanes’, in K. Rudolph (ed.), Taste and the Ancient Senses (New York and London), 22-44.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017): Hall, E., and Holmes-Henderson, A., ‘Advocating Classics Education: a new national project’, Journal of Classics Teaching, 18, 36, 1-4.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2017), ‘Classical subjects in schools: a comparative study of New Zealand and the United Kingdom’, in D. Burton, S. Perris, and J. Tatum (edd.), Athens to Aotearoa: Greece and Rome in New Zealand Literature and Society (Wellington), 320-39.

Hornblower, S., and Pelling, C. B. R. (2017), Herodotus: Histories Book VI (Cambridge).

Hutchinson, G. O. (2017), ‘Some new and old light on the reasons for Ovid’s exile’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 203, 76-84.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2017), ‘Repetition, range, and attention: the Iliad’, in Chr. Tsagalis and A. Markantonatos (edd.), The Winnowing Oar—New Perspectives in Homeric Studies (Berlin), 147-72. 

Jacobs, I., and Stirling, L. (2017), ‘Re-using the gods. A 6th-c. statuary display at Sagalassos and a re-evaluation of pagan-mythological statuary in Early Byzantine civic space’, Journal of Roman Archaeology 30, 101-30.

Jacobs, I. (2017), ‘Cross Graffiti as Physical Means to Christianize the Classical City: An Exploration of Their Function, Meaning, Topographical, and Socio-Historical Contexts’, in: I. Garipzanov, C. Goodson and H. Maguire (edd.), Graphic Signs of Power and Faith in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages. Essays on Early Graphicacy (Turnhout), 175-221.

Kallet, L. (2017), ‘The Pentacontaetia’, in R. Balot, S. Forsdyke, E. Foster (edd.), The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides (Oxford).

Kantor, G. (2017), ‘The date and circumstances of Quintus Iulius Vestalis’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 203, 85-91.

Kantor, G. (2017), ‘Qui in consilio estis: The governor and his advisers in the Early Empire’, Istoricheskij vestnik 19, 50-87.

Kantor, G. (2017), ‘Property in land in Roman provinces’, in G. Kantor, T. Lambert, and H. Skoda (edd.), Legalism: Property and Ownership (Oxford), 55-74.

Kantor, G. (with T. Lambert and H. Skoda) (2017), ‘Property and ownership: an overview’, ibid., 1-27.

Kaufmann, H. (2017), ‘Intertextuality in late Latin Poetry’, in J. Elsner and J. Hernández Lobato (edd.), The Poetics of Late Latin Literature (Oxford), 149–75.

Kaufmann, H. (2017), ‘Das Ende des mythologischen Epos in der Spätantike’, in C. Schmitz, A. Jöne, J. Kortmann (edd.), Anfänge und Enden: Narrative Potentiale des antiken und nachantiken Epos (Heidelberg), 283–302. 

Kaufmann, H. (2017), ‘Images of love in Dracontius’, in J. Martos and R. Moreno Soldevila (edd.), La tradición erótica en la poesía latina tardía (Nordhausen), 143–59.

Kelly, A. D. (2017), ‘Akhilleus in control? Managing oneself and others in the Funeral Games’, in P. Bassino, L. Canevaro, and B. Graziosi, B. (edd.), Conflict and Consensus in Early Greek Hexameter Poetry (Cambridge), 93–116.

Kuhn, C.T. (2017), ‘The Castricii in Cicero: Some Observations on Pro Flacc. 75’, Museum Helveticum 74, 6-18.

Kuhn, C.T. (2017), ‘The Refusal of the Highest Honours by Members of the Urban Elite in Roman Asia Minor’, in A. Heller and O. van Nijf (edd.), The Politics of Honour in the Greek Cities of the Roman Empire (Leiden), 199-219.

Kuhn, C.T. (2017), ‘A Statue for the Senator A. Iulius Pompilius Piso at Ephesos?’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 204, 100-4.

Leigh, M. (2017), 'Nero as Performance Artist' in S. Bartsch et al. (edd.), The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Nero (Cambridge).

Lightfoot, J. L. (2017), ‘Man of many voices and of much knowledge; or, In search of Strabo’s Homer’, in D. Dueck (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Strabo (London), 251–62.

Lightfoot, J. L. (2017), ‘Communities of Production.  Pied Pipers And How To Pay Them; or, The Variegated Finance Of Ancient Theatre’, in M. Revermann (ed.), A Cultural History of Theatre in Antiquity (London), 121–41.

Lightfoot, J. L. (2017), ‘In the beginning was the voice?’, in H. Bannert and N. Kroll (edd.), Nonnus of Panopolis in Context II: Poetry, Religion and Society (Proceedings of the International Conference on Nonnus of Panopolis in Context II, Vienna, 26–28 September 2013) (Mnemosyne Supplement: Brill’s Late Ancient Literature) (Leiden), 141–55.

Lightfoot, J. L. (2017), ‘Words, words, words: Onomastica and onomastic technique in Alexandrian Poetry’, in Chr. Rico and A. Dan (edd.), The Library of Alexandria: A Cultural Crossroads of the Ancient World (Proceedings of the Second Polis Institute Interdisciplinary Conference) (Jerusalem).

Lintott, A. (2017), Aristotle’s Political Philosophy in its Historical Context – A New Translation and Commentary on Politics Books 5 and 6 (London).

Lynch, T.  (2017), ‘The Symphony of Temperance in Republic 4: Musical Imagery and Practical Models’, Greek and Roman Musical Studies 5, 18–34. 

Macintosh, F. (2017), ‘Vengeance et Destin’, in C. Courtet, M. Besson, F. Lavocat, and A. Viala (edd.), Violence et Passion : Rencontres Recherche et Création du Festival d’Avignon, (Paris).    

Mallan, C.T. (2017), ‘The Spectre of Alexander: Cassius Dio and the Alexander-motif’, Greece & Rome 64, 132-44. 

Mallan, C.T. (2017), ‘The Parthica of Pseudo-Appian’, Historia 66, 362-81.

Mallan, C.T. (2017), ‘A Turkish Alexander: Michael Attaleiates, Porus and Alexander the Great’, Histos 11, 101-7.

Meadows, A. (with E. Klein) (2017), ‘A Hoard from the Wars of the Diadochi in the “Kamun Cave”, Western Galilee’, Israel Numismatic Research 12.

Meadows, A. (with L. D’Alfonso and M.E. Gorrini) (2017), ‘Archaeological excavations at Kinik Höyük, Niğde (campaign 2016). The 5th-1st century BCE levels, and the end of the occupation of the citadel’, Athenaeum 105.

Meadows, A. (with F. Duyrat) (2017), ‘The new landscape of Greek numismatics. Unifying a discipline through Linked Data’, in M. Caccamo Caltabiano (ed.), Proceedings of The XV International Numismatic Congress, Taormina (Rome and Messina).

Melfi, M. (2017), ‘Some thoughts on the cult of the Pantheon (“all the gods”?)  in the cities and sanctuaries of Roman Greece’, in E. Muniz Grijalvo, J.M. Cortés Copete, F. Lozano Gomes (edd.), Empire and Religion (Leiden), 137-48.

Melfi, M. (2017), ‘The stele of Polybius and the cities of the Peloponnese in the 2nd century BC’, in I. Berti, K. Bolle, F. Opdenhoff, F. Stroth (edd.), Writing Matters: presenting and perceiving monumental texts in Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Berlin), 191-204.

Metcalf, C. and Ludwig, M.-C. (2017), 'The Song of Innana and Išme-Dagan', Zeitschrift für Assyriologie 107, 1-21. 

Morgan, C., and Charalambidou, X. (edd.) (2017), Interpreting the Seventh Century BC: Tradition and Innovation (Oxford).

Morgan, C., and Charalambidou, X. (2017), ‘Introduction: Interpreting the Seventh Century BC’, ibid., 1-8.

Morgan, C. (2017), ‘Corinthian Sanctuaries and the Question of Cult Building’, ibid., 193-211.

Morgan, C. (2017), ‘The British Salonica Force, the British School at Athens, and the Archaic–Hellenistic Archaeology of Macedonia’, in A. Shapland and E. Stefani (edd.), Archaeology Behind the Battle Lines: the Macedonian Campaign (1915-1919) and its Legacy (London), 121-80.

Morgan, C. (2017), ‘Writing for Friends: Vathy 232 Revisited’, in V. Vlachou and A. Gadolou (edd.), TERPSIS. Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology in Honour of Professor Nota Kourou (Brussels), 567-78.

Morgan, Ll., and Taylor, B. (2017), ‘Memmius the Epicurean’, Classical Quarterly 67.

Morgan, T. (2017), ‘Is belief a language or a grammar?’, Religious Studies 54, 1-42.

Morgan, T. (2017), ‘Narratives of faith in Paul’, in G. van Kooten and G.-J. van Heiden (edd.), Saint Paul and Philosophy (Berlin),165-88.

Morgan, T. (2017), ‘Doxa, praxis and Graeco-Roman religious thinking’, in J. Carleton-Paget, S. Gathercole, and J. Lieu (edd.), Christianity in the Second Century: Themes and Developments (Cambridge), 200-13.

Morgan, T. (2017), ‘Pistis between theology, ethics, ecclesiology, and eschatology’, in J. Frey, B. Schliesser, and N. Ueberschaer (edd.), Glaube. Das Verständnis des Glaubens im frühen Christentum und in seiner jüdischen und hellenistisch-römischen Umwelt (Tübingen), 275-97,

Obbink, D. (2017), ‘A New Fragment of Sappho's “Kypris Poem”’, in K. M. Coleman (ed.), Albert's Anthology(Loeb Classical Monographs 17, Cambridge, Mass.), 129-33.

Pelling, C. B. R. (2017), ‘Xenophon’s personal voice’, in M. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon, 241–62.

Pelling, C. B. R. (2017), ‘Space travel and time travel in Plutarch’, in A. Georgiadou and K. Oikonomopoulou (edd.), Space, Time, and Language in Plutarch’s Vision of Greek Culture (Berlin), 15–24.

Phillips, T. (2017), ‘Pindar’s Voices: Music, Ethics and Reperformance’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 137, 142–62.    

Phillips, T. (2017), ‘Pindar’s Dithyrambs and Their Hellenistic Reception’, in E. Sistakou (ed.), Hellenistic Lyricism (Berlin and New York), 420–50.  

Pitcher, L.  (2017), ‘The Lexicon Historiographicum Graecum et Latinum: An Interim Review’, Histos 11, XLVII-LIX.

Pitcher, L. (2017), ‘Polybius’, in K. De Temmerman and E. van Emde Boas (edd.), Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature: Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative Volume 4  (Leiden), 191-206.

Pitcher, L. (2017), ‘Appian’, ibid., 207-20.

Pitcher, L. (2017), ‘Cassius Dio’, ibid., 221-35.

Pitcher, L. (2017), ‘Herodian’, ibid., 236-50.

Prag, J.R.W. (2017), ‘A revised edition of the Latin inscription on the Egadi 11 bronze rostrum from the Egadi islands’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 202, 287-92.

Prag, J.R.W. (2017), ‘An unpublished funerary inscription with bichrome painted relief lettering from Hellenistic Syracuse (I.Sicily 3387)’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 203, 119–30.

Prag, J.R.W. (2017), ‘Die römische Republik und der Westen’, in M. Haake and A.-C Harders (edd.), Politische Kultur und soziale Struktur im republikanischen Rom (Stuttgart), 287-307.

Prag, J.R.W. (2017), ‘Le iscrizioni latine sui rostra delle Egadi’, in S. Tusa and C. Buccellato (edd.), La Battaglia delle Egadi. Atti del convegno, Favignana, ex Stabilimento Florio 20-21 novembre 2015 (Palermo), 153-63.

Prag, J.R.W., Chartrand, J., and Cummings, J. (2017), ‘I.Sicily: an epidoc corpus for ancient Sicily’, in S. Orlandi, R. Santucci, P.M Liuzzo, and F. Mambrini (edd.), Digital and Traditional Epigraphy in Context. Proceedings of the Second EAGLE International Conference. Rome 27-29 January 2016 (Rome), 83-96.
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Probert, P. (2017): E. Dickey and P. Probert, ‘Houses in which a serf living in the country does not reside: a reconsideration of Gortyn Laws column 4 lines 31–37’, in A. Willi (ed.), Sprachgeschichte und Epigraphik: Festgaben für Rudolf Wachter zum 60. Geburtstag. (Innsbruck), 57-81.

Purcell, N. (2017), ‘Taxing the sea’, in Arnaud, P., and De Souza, P. (edd.), The Sea in History, the Ancient World/La Mer dans l’histoire, l’Antiquité (Woodbridge), 319-34.

Purcell, N. (2017), ‘A second Nature? The riverine landscapes of the Romans’, in T. Franconi (ed.), Fluvial Landscapes of the Roman World (Portsmouth, R.I.), 159-64.

Purcell, N. (2017), ‘Such is Rome: Strabo on the imperial metropolis’, in D. Dueck (ed.), The Routledge Companion to Strabo (London), 22-34.

Purcell, N. (2017), ‘The non-polis and the game of mirrors: Rome and Carthage in ancient and modern comparison’, Classical Philology 112, 332-49.

Purcell, N. (2017) (ed.), Roman History: Six Studies for Fergus MillarBICS 60.1.

Purcell, N. (2017), ‘Mountain margins: power, resources and environmental inequality in Antiquity’, in S. von Reden (ed.), Économie et inégalité : ressources, échanges et pouvoir dans l’Antiquité classique (Entretiens de la Fondation Hardt 63, Geneva), 75-114.

Quinn, J. C. (2017), In Search of the Phoenicians (Princeton).

Quinn, J. C. (2017), ‘Translating Empire from Carthage to Rome’, Classical Philology 112, 312-31.

Ray, N. M. (2017), ‘Consumer behaviour in Pompeii: theory and evidence’, in M. Flohr and A. Wilson (edd.), The Economy of Pompeii (Oxford), 87–110.

Ray, N. M.  (2017): Mattingly, D. J., Bokbot, Y., Sterry, M., Cuénod, A., Fenwick, C., Gatto, M., Ray, N., Janin, K., Lamb, A., Mugnai, N., Nikolaus, J., ‘Long-term History in a Moroccan Oasis Zone: The Middle Draa Project 2015’, Journal of African Archaeology.

Reinhardt, T. (2017), ‘Cicero and Augustine on Grasping the Truth’, in G.M. Müller, F.M. Zini (edd.), Philosophie in Rom - Römische Philosophie? Kultur-, literatur- und philosophie-geschichtliche Aspekte (Berlin and New York).

Rood, T. C. B. (2017), ‘Xenophon’s Narrative Style’, in M. A. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon (Cambridge), 263-78.

Rood, T. C. B. (2017), ‘Xenophon’s Changing Fortunes in the Modern World’, ibid., 435-48.

Rood, T. C. B. (2017), ‘Thucydides, Sicily, and the Defeat of Athens’, Ktèma 42, 275-95.

Rood, T. C. B. (2017), ‘Thucydides’, in K. de Temmerman and E. van Emde Boas (edd.), Characterization in Ancient Greek Literature (Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative 4, Leiden and Boston), 153-71.

Rood, T. C. B. (2017), ‘Xenophon’, ibid., 172-90.

Rutherford, R.B. (2017), ‘Marcus the Stoic in Marius the Epicurean’, in C. Martindale, S. Evangelista, E. Prettejohn (edd.), Pater the Classicist (Oxford), 121-34.

Taylor, B.: Morgan, L. and Taylor, B. (2017), ‘Memmius the Epicurean’, Classical Quarterly 67. 

Thonemann, P. (2017), ‘Close-kin Marriage in Roman Anatolia’, Cambridge Classical Journal 63.

Thonemann, P. (2017), ‘Three notes on Lydian Saittai’, Philia 3, 44-52.

Thomas, R. (2017), ‘Thucydides and his Intellectual Milieu’, in S. Forsdyke, E. Foster, R. Balot (edd.), The Oxford Handbook of Thucydides’, 567-56.

Tomlin, R. (2017), 'Roman Britain in 2016: Inscriptions', Britannia 48.

van Emde Boas, E. (2017), Language and Character in Euripides’ Electra (Oxford).

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