Publications 2018


This list contains some of the work published by members of the Faculty with the year of publication 2018. The order of names for multi-author publications does not necessarily follow that in the publications themselves.

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Allan W. (2018), ‘Solon and the Rhetoric of Stasis’, in W. Allan and L. Swift (eds.), Moralizing Strategies in Early Greek Poetry (Toronto), 113-29.

Allan, W. & Swift, L. eds. (2018), Moralizing Strategies in Early Greek Poetry (Toronto).

Allendorf, K. (2018), ‘Lucretian Subversion: Animal Speech and Misplaced Wonder in Paradise Lost 9.549-66’, Milton Quarterly 52 (1) 42-46.

Ash, R. E. (2018), ‘Paradoxography and marvels in post-Domitianic Literature’, in A. König & C. Whitton (eds.), Roman Literature under Nerva, Trajan and Hadrian: Literary Interactions, AD 96138 (Cambridge).

Ash, R.E. (2018), Tacitus Annals XV (Cambridge).

Atack, C. W. (2018), ‘Politeia and the past in Xenophon and Isocrates’, Trends in Classics, vol. 10.1, 171-194.

Atack, C. (2018), ‘"Cyrus appeared both great and good": Xenophon and the performativity of kingship’, in D. Allen, P. Christesen, P.Millett (eds.), How to Do Things with History: New Approaches to Ancient Greece (New York), 109-135.

Atack, C. W. (2018), ‘Imagined Superpowers: Isocrates on Athens and Sparta’, in P. Cartledge, & A. Powell (eds.), The Greek Superpower: Sparta in the Self-Definitions of Athenians (Swansea), 157-184.

Atack, C. W. (2018), ‘Plato's statesman and Xenophon's Cyrus’, in G. Danzig et al. (eds.) Plato and Xenophon: Comparative Studies (Leiden), 510-543.

Audley-Miller, L., & Dignas, B. eds. (2018), Wandering Myths: Transcultural Uses of Myth in the Ancient World (Berlin).

Balzat, J. S. (2018), ‘A new member of the family of Eurycles of Sparta documented in Delphi?’, Zeitschrift fur Papyrologie und Epigraphik, vol. 205, 151-157.

Benaissa, A. (2018), ‘Two Petitions Concerning Civic Magistracies by a Gymnasiarch and Son of a Veteran’, Chiron, vol. 48, 53-76.

Benaissa, A. (2018), Dionysius: The Epic Fragments (Cambridge).

Bispham, E. H. (2018), ‘Sulla and the Populi Italici’, in G. Zecchini’, & M. T. Schettino (eds.), L'età di Silla (Rome), 1-43.

Budelmann, F. (2018), ‘Group Minds in Classical Athens? Chorus and Dēmos as Case Studies of Collective Cognition’, in M. Anderson, D. Cairns, & M. Sprevak (eds.), Distributed Cognition in Classical Antiquity (Edinburgh),190-208.

Budelmann, F. (2018), ‘Lyric Minds’, in F. Budelmann, & T. Phillips (eds.), Textual Events, Performance and the Lyric in Early Greece (Oxford), 235-256.

Budelmann, F., & Phillips, T. eds. (2018), Textual Events: Performance and the Lyric in Early Greece (Oxford).

Budelmann, F. (2018), Greek Lyric: A Selection (Cambridge).

Thompson, J. M., Teasdale, B., Duncan, S., van Emde Boas, E., Budelmann, F., Maguire, L., & Dunbar,

R. I. M (2018), ‘Individual differences in transportation into narrative drama’, Review of General Psychology, vol. 22(2), 210-219.

Clarke, K. J. (2018), Shaping the geography of empire: Man and nature in Herodotus' histories (Oxford).

Collard, C. (2018), Colloquial Expressions in Greek Tragedy. Revised and enlarged edition of P.T. Stevens's Colloquial Expressions in Euripides, Hermes Einzelschrift 113, (Stuttgart)

Colomo, D. (2018), ‘Glossary to Odyssey VIII in a New Papyrus Fragment from the Leipzig Papyrus- und Ostrakasammlung’, in M. Ercoles, L. Pagani, F. Pontani, & G. Ucciardello (eds.), Approaches to Greek Poetry: Homer, Hesiod, Pindar, and Aeschylus in Ancient Exegesis (Berlin), 61-79.

Colomo, D. & Obbink, D. (2018), 5348. ‘Ezekiel Tragicus, Exagoge 7-40, 50-54’, in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. LXXXIII, 14-19.

Colomo, D. & Obbink, D. (2018), 5346. ‘Luke XIII 13-17, 25-30’, in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. LXXXIII: 7-11.

Colomo, D. & Obbink, D. (2018), 5345. ‘Mark I 7-9, 16-18’, in The Oxyrhynchus Papyri, vol. LXXXIII: 4-7.

D'Angour, A. (2018), ‘The Musical Setting of Ancient Greek Texts’, in A. D'Angour & T. Phillips (eds.), Music, Text, and Culture in Ancient Greece (Oxford), 47-72.

D'Angour, A. & T. Phillips eds. (2018), Music, Text, and Culture in Ancient Greece (Oxford). Davies, M. (2018), ‘Catullus 61: Cletic and Encomiastic Conventions’, Paidena Revista 31.

DeLaine, J. (2018), ‘Street plaques and other signs at Ostia’, in C.M. Draycott, R. Raj, K. Welch & W. Wootton (eds), Visual Histories: Essays in Honour of R.R.R. Smith (Turnhout) 331-343.

DeLaine, J. (2018), ‘Economic choice in Roman construction: case studies from Ostia’, in A. Brysbaert, V. Klinkenberg, A. Gutiérrez Garcia-M. and I. Vikatou (eds.), Constructing Monuments, Perceiving Monumentality and the Economics of Building (Leiden).

DeLaine, J. (2018), ‘Imperial Rome and the Roman Empire, c. 31 BCE– 284 CE’, in M. Fraser (ed.), Sir Banister Fletcher's Global History of Architecture (London).

DeLaine, J. (2018), ‘Gardens in Baths and Palaestras’, in W. F. Jashemski, K. L. Gleason, K. J. Hartswick, & A. Malek (eds.), Gardens of the Roman Empire (Cambridge), 165-184.

DeLaine, J. (2018), ‘Insulae; The imperial thermae; The construction industry’, in C. Holleran and A. Claridge (eds.), A Companion to the City of Rome (Oxford) 317-323; 325-342; 473-490.

Ellis Evans, A. J. C. & van Alfen, P. (2018), ‘Preliminary Observations on the Archaic Silver Coinage of Lampsakos in its Regional Context’, in Second International Congress on the History of Money and Numismatics in the Mediterranean World (Istanbul), 41-51.

Ellis Evans, A. J. C. (2018), ‘Memnon and Mentor of Rhodesin the Troad’, Numismatic Chronicle, vol.178, 31-67.

Elsner, J. (2018), ‘Ornament, Figure and Mise en Abime in Roman Sarcophagi’ in N. Dietrich and M. Squire (eds.), Ornament and Figure all in Greek and Roman Art, (Berlin) 353-91.

Elsner, J. (2018), ‘The Embodied Object: Recensions of the Dead on Roman Sarcophagi’, Art History 1, 546-565.

Elsner, J. (2018), ‘Place, Shrine, Miracle’ in I. Weinryb (ed.), Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place (New Haven), 3-25.

Elsner, J. (2018), The Art of the Roman Empire A.D. 100-450, revised edition (Oxford).

Elsner, J. (2018), ‘Place, Shrine, Miracle’ in I. Weinryb (ed.), Agents of Faith: Votive Objects in Time and Place (New Haven), 3-25.

Rijksbaron, A. (2018), Form and Function in Greek Grammar: Linguistic Contributions to the Study of Greek Literature, R. Allan, E. van Emde Boas, and L. Huitink (eds.) Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology 30.

Thompson, J. M., Teasdale, B., Duncan, S., van Emde Boas, E., Budelmann, F., Maguire, L., & Dunbar, R. I. M (2018), ‘Individual differences in transportation into narrative drama’, Review of General Psychology, vol. 22(2), 210-219.

Fanti, G. (2018), ‘“Grattius' Cynegetica”: A Protean Poem at the Heart of the Roman Didactic Tradition’, in S. J. Green (ed.) Grattius: Hunting an Augustan Poet (Oxford), 61-76.

Favi, F. (2018), L’IDENTITÀ DEL ΣΙΚΥΩΝΙΟΣ ΙΝ MEN. SIC. 13. Zeitschrift Für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, vol. 208, 75-82.

Favi, F. (2018), 'Nota testuale a Men. Sic. 101', Zeitschrift Für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, vol. 208, 83-85.

Favi,  F.  (2018), ‘La declinazione ἐλᾶ,  ἐλᾶς in Diph.  fr.  14,4–5 K.-A. e Alex.  fr.  263,3 K.-A’, Philologus, vol. 162, 171-177.

Favi, F. (2018), 'Osservazioni sul prologo della Lisistrata', RFIC 146, 325-333. Favi, F. (2018), 'Nota esegetica ad Ar. Eccl. 7-11', QUCC 120, 67-74.

Favi, F. (2018), 'L'identità del Σικυώνιος in Men. Sic. 13', ZPE 208, 75-82.

Favi, F. (2018), 'Nota testuale a Men. Sic. 101', ZPE 208, 83-85.

Favi, F. (2018), 'La declinazione ἐλᾶ, ἐλᾶς in Diph. fr. 14,4-5 K.-A. (e Alex. fr. 263,3 K.- A.)', Philologus 162: 171-177.

Favi, F. (2018),'Un nuovo apografo di IG XIV 682', Epigraphica 80, 117-129.

Franklinos, T. E. (2018), ‘Ovid: ex Ponto 4: an intratextually cohesive book’, in S. Harrison, S. Frangoulidis & T. Papanghelis (eds.), Intratextuality and Latin Literature (Berlin).

Franklinos, T. E. (2018), 'SVMMA HARENA: the sand's surface and Ovid, Metamorphoses 2.573', Hermes 146, 512–16.

Glenn, S. (2018), ‘Exploring localities: a die study of Alexanders from Damascus’, in S. Glenn, A.

Meadows, & F. Duyrat (eds.), Alexander the Great: A Linked Open World (Bordeaux), 91-126.

Glenn, S. & Carrier, C. (2018), ‘Looting and its impact: the case of Alexanders from the Near East and the role of an online corpus project’, in S. Glenn, A. Meadows, & F. Duyrat (eds.), Alexander the Great. A Linked Open World (Bordeaux), 163-178.

Glenn, S. & Jakobsson, J. (2018), ‘New research on the Bactrian tax-receipt’, Ancient History Bulletin, vol. 32, 61-71.

Gnisci, J. (2018), ‘Crosses from Ethiopia at the Dallas Museum of Art: An Overview’, African Arts 51(4), 48-55.

Gnisci, J. (2018), ‘The Looted Ethiopian Artefacts that Ended up in UK museums’, Apollo Magazine, 31st May 2018.

Gnisci, J. (2018), ‘Illuminated Leaves from an Ethiopic Gospel Book’ in the Newark Museum and in the Walters Art Museum. Manuscript Studies: A Journal of the Schoenberg Institute for Manuscript Studies, vol. 3(2), 357-382.

Güthenke, C. M. & Holmes, B. (2018), ‘Hyper-Inclusivity, Hyper-Canonicity, and the Future of the Field’, in M. Formisano & C. S. Kraus (eds.), Marginality, Canonicity, Passion (Oxford).

Güthenke, C. M. (2018), ‘ Postclassicism, Disturbed Philology, and Kleist's Fencing Bear’, Oxford German Studies vol. 47: 184-200.

Güthenke, C. M. (2018), ‘After Exemplarity: A Map of Plutarchan Scholarship’, in J. North and P. Mack (eds.), The Afterlife of Plutarch, BICS supplement (137), 179-191.

Güthenke, C. M. (2018), ‘Introduction: “A Mirror does not develop…”: The History of Classical Scholarship as Reception’, in C. Stray, Classics in Britain: Scholarship, Education, and Publishing 1800-2000 (Oxford), 1-9.

Harrison, S.J., Frangoulidis, S., & Papanghelis, T. D. eds. (2018), Intratextuality and Latin Literature (Berlin).

Cueva, E., Harrison, S.J., Owens, W., Schwart, S., eds. (2018), Re-Wiring the Ancient Novel. Volume 1: Greek Novels (Groningen).

Matzner, S. and Harrison, S.J., eds. (2018), Complex Inferiorities: The Poetics of the Weaker Voice in Latin Literature (Oxford).

Macintosh, F., McConnell, J., Kenward, C. and Harrison, S.J., eds. (2018) Epic Performances from the Middle Ages into the Twenty-First Century (Oxford).

Frangoulidis, S., Papanghelis, T. & Harrison, S. J. eds. (2018), Intratextuality in Latin Literature (Berlin).

Frangoulidis, S., and Harrison, S.J. eds. (2018), Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry (Berlin).

Matzner, S. and Harrison, S.J. eds. (2018), Complex Inferiorities: the Poetics of the Weaker Voice in Latin Literature, (Oxford).

Thorse, T.S. and Harrison, S.J. eds. (2018), Dynamics of Ancient Prose (Berlin).

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Ovid’s Literary Entrance: Propertian and Horatian Traces’, in Harrison an Frangoulidis, S. Life Love and Death in Latin Poetry (Berlin) 111-24.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Force, Frequency and Focalisation: the Function of Similes in the Battle-Narrative of Vergil, Aeneid 10’ in Lidewij W. van Gils, Irene J.F. de Jong and Caroline H.M. Kroon

(eds.), Textual Strategies in Ancient War Narrative: Thermopylae, Cannae and Beyond (Amsterdam), 349-75.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Hidden voices: Homoerotic Colour in Horace’s Odes’ in Matzner, S. and Harrison, S.J (2018), Complex Inferiorities: the Poetics of the Weaker Voice in Latin Literature, (Oxford), 169-84.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘After the Aeneid: Ascanius in eighteenth-century opera’, in F. Macintosh, J. McConnell, S.J. Harrison and C. Kenward (eds.), Epic Performances from the middle ages into the twenty-first century (Oxford), 377-88.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Apuleius in France: La Fontaine’s Psyché and its Apuleian Model’ in S. Finkmann, A. Behrendt and A.Walter (eds.), Antike Erzähl- und Deutungsmuster. Zwischen Exemplarität und Transformation (Berlin/Boston), 385-99.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Further notes on the text and interpretation of Catullus’, Paideia (73), 853-65. Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Herculis ritu: Caesar as Hercules in Cicero’s Pro Marcello’, Classical Quarterly (68), 338-43.

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Lucretius and Memmius: De Rerum Natura 1.42’, Cadernos de letras da UFF 28 (56), 21-27

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Psyche amongst the Victorians: An Aspect of Apuleian Reception’, in Thorsen, Th. S. and Harrison, S. J. (eds.), Dynamics of Ancient Prose (Berlin).

Harrison, S.J. (2018), ‘Linking Horace’s Lyric Finales: Odes 1.38, 2.20 and 3.30’ in S. Frangoulidis, T. Papanghelis and S.J. Harrison (eds.), Intratextuality in Latin Literature (Berlin).

Thorsen, S. and Harrison, S. J. eds. (2018), Dynamics of Ancient Prose (Berlin), 227-39. Henig, M. & Molesworth, H. (2018), The Complete Content Cameos (Turnhout).

Henig, M. (2018), ‘The lion intaglio in clasp-brooch A7’, in R. Jackson and G. Burleigh, Dea Senuna: Treasure, Cult and Ritual at Ashwell, Hertfordshire (London), 21-22.

Henig, M., Cherry, J., d’Ottone Rambach, A. (2018), ‘Intaglios set in Medieval seal matrices: Power and social status?’, in J. Cherry, J. Berenbeim and L. de Beer (eds.) Seals and Status: the power of objects (London).

Henig, M. (2018), ‘Le camée au dauphin’, in La mystérieuse bague du dauphin Guigues VIII. Un joyau medieval (Grenoble).

Henig, M. (2018), ‘Intaglios’, in T, Wilmott and D. Gardner (eds.), The Roman Amphitheatre of Chester. Vol.I. The Prehistoric and Roman Archaeology (Oxford).

Henig, M. (2018), ‘Roman Life in the New Testament’, ARA the Bulletin of the Association for Roman Archaeology 24, 47-54.

Heyworth, S. J. (2018), ‘Editing and interpreting Ovid’s Fasti: text, date, form’, in L. Rivero, M. Consuelo Álvarez, R. M. Iglesias, J. A. Estévez (eds.), Viuam! Estudios sobre la obra de Ovidio ExClass suppl. (10) 103-20.

Heyworth, S. J. (2018), ‘Hard verses and soft books: the materials of elegy’, in A. Petrovic, I. Petrovic, & E. Thomas (eds.), The Materiality of Text: Placements, Presences and Perceptions of Inscribed Text in Classical Antiquity (Leiden), 205-228.

Heyworth, S. J. (2018), ‘Some polyvalent intra- and inter-textualities in Fasti 3’, in S. Frangoulidis, S. J. Harrison, & T. Papanghelis (eds.), Intratextuality and Latin Literature, (Berlin), 273-287.

Heyworth, S. J. (2018), ‘Review of Angeline Chiu, Ovid’s Women of the Year: Narratives of Roman Identity in the Fasti’, Journal of Roman Studies, 108, 276-278.

Heyworth, S. J. (2018), ‘Place and meaning in Tibullus, Lygdamus, Sulpicia’, in S. Frangoulidis and S. Harrison (eds.) Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry (Berlin), 69-84.

Holmes-Henderson, A. V. (2018), ‘Classics and 21st-Century Skills’, in A. V. Holmes-Henderson, S. Hunt, & M. Musie (eds.), Forward with Classics: Classical Languages in Schools and Communities (London).

Hutchinson, G. O. (2018), Plutarch's Rhythmic Prose (Oxford).

Hutchinson, G. O. (2018), ‘“Modernism”, “postmodernism”, and the death of the stanza’, Aitia: Regards sur la culture hellénistique au XXIe siècle, vol. 8.1.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2018), ‘Motion in Grattius’, in S. J. Green, (ed.), Grattius Hunting an Augustan Poet (Oxford), 135-151.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2018), ‘On not being beautiful’, in S. Matzner, & S. Harrison (eds.), Complex Inferiorities: Poetics of the Weaker Voice in Latin Literature (Oxford), 185-204.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2018), ‘What is a setting?’, in F. Budelmann, & T. Phillips (eds.), Textual Events: Performance and the Lyric in Early Greece, (Oxford), 115-132.

Jacobs, I. and M. Waelkens (2018), ‘Christians do not differ from other people’: the down-to-earth religious stand of late antique Sagalassos (Pisidia)’, in W. Amelung (ed.), Die Christianisierung Kleinasiens in der Spätantike (Bonn), 175-198.

Jukic Buca, V., & Jarak, M. (2018), ‘The 2016 revision excavations of the triconch church in Bilice’, Diadora, 31, 129-154.

Kanellakis, D. (2018), ‘Myth and Paradox in Aristophanes: The Poetics of Appropriation’, Logeion 7, 170-215.

Kanellakis, D. (2018), ‘Aristophanes in Greek shadow theatre: codification and adaptation of Peace and Frogs performed by Evgenios Spatharis’, Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies 42, 151-171.

Kelly, A. (2018), ‘Homer's Rivals? Internal Narrators in the Iliad’, in J. Ready, & C. Tsagalis (eds.),

Homer in Performance: Rhapsodes, Narrators, Characters’ (Austin), 351-377.

Kravaritou, S., & Stamatopoulou, M. (2018), ‘From Alkestis to Archidike: Thessalian Attitudes to Death and the Afterlife’, in G. Ekroth, & I. Nilsson (eds.), Round Trip to Hades in the Eastern Mediterranean Tradition. Visits to the Underworld from Antiquity to Byzantium Vol. 1, (Leiden).

Kravaritou, S., Kalaitzi, M., & Skafida, E. (2018), ‘Ενεπίγραφες επιτύµβιες στήλες από το Κάστρο – Παλαιά του Βόλου. Tekmēria’, vol. 13, 193.

Leatherbury, S. V. (2018), ‘Christian Wall Mosaics and the Creation of Sacred Space’, in R. M. Jensen & M. Ellison (eds.), The Routledge Handbook of Early Christian Art (London), 86-103.

Leatherbury, S. V. (2018), ‘Framing Late Antique Texts as Monuments: The Tabula Ansata between Sculpture and Mosaic’, in A. Petrovic, I. Petrovic, & E. Thomas (eds.), The Materiality of Text: Placements, Presences and Perceptions of Inscribed Text in Classical Antiquity (Leiden), 380-404.

Lightfoot, J. L. (2018), ‘Callimachus, Hymn 2 and the Genre of Paean’, Aitia, vol. 8.1.

Ghilardi, M., Vacchi, M., Currás, A., Müller Celka, S., Theurillat, T., Lemos, I., Pavlopoulos, K. ‘Geoarchaeology of coastal landscapes along the south Euboean gulf (Euboea Island, Greece) during the Holocene’, Quaternaire, vol. 29 (2), 95-120.

Lintott, A. (2018), Aristotle's Political Philosophy in its Historical Context: A New Translation and Commentary on Politics Books 5 and 6 (London and New York).

Luraghi, N. (2018), ‘Stairway to heaven: the politics of memory in early Hellenistic Athens’, in M. Canevaro and B. Gray (eds.) The Hellenistic Reception of Classical Athenian Democracy and Political Thought (Oxford) 21-43.

Luraghi, N. (2018), 'Documentary evidence and political ideology in early Hellenistic Athens’ in H. Börm, & N. Luraghi, (eds.), The Polis in the Hellenistic World (Stuttgart), 209-227.

Luraghi, N. (2018), ‘Reading Herodotus during the Archidamian War’, QUCC 118, 11–44.

Luraghi, N. (2018), ‘The discourse of tyranny and the Greek roots of the bad king’, in N. Panou, & H. Schadee (eds.), Evil Lords: Theories and Representations of Antiquity the Renaissance (Oxford), 11-26.

Lynch, T. (2018), ‘Without Timotheus, much of our melopoiia would not exist; but without Phrynis, there wouldn’t have been Timotheus”: Pherecrates’ twelve strings, the strobilos and the harmonic paranomia of the New Music,’ Greek and Roman Musical Studies 6.2, 290-327.

Lynch, T. (2018), ‘The seductive voice of the aulos in Plato’s Symposium: from the dismissal of the aulētris to Alcibiades praise of Socrates- aulētēs’, in A. Baldassarre, & T. Markovic (eds.), Music Cultures in Sounds, Words and Images (Vienna), 709-23.

Macintosh, F. (2018), 'Modern stage design and Greek Antiquity: Inigo Jones and his Greek Models' in K. Harloe, N. Momigliano and A. Farnoux (eds.), Hellenomania (Abingdon and Athens), 23-39.

Macintosh, F. (2018), 'Epic Performances: From Brecht to Homer and Back' in F. Macintosh, J. McConnell, S.J. Harrison and C. Kenward (eds.), Epic Performances from the middle ages into the twenty-first century (Oxford), 3-15.

Macintosh, F. (2018), 'Epic Transposed: the Real and the Hyper-real during the Revolutionary Period in France' in F. Macintosh, J. McConnell, S. Harrison and C. Kenward (eds.), Epic Performances from the middle ages into the twenty-first century (Oxford), 476-492.

Maschek, D. (2018), ‘Not Census but Deductio: Reconsidering the “Ara of Domitius Ahenobarbus”’, Journal of Roman Studies, 108, 27-52.

Maschek, D. (2018), Die römischen Bürgerkriege (Darmstadt).

McLynn, N., & Marmodoro, A., eds. (2018), Exploring Gregory of Nyssa: Philosophical, Theological, and Historical Studies (Oxford).

McLynn, N. (2018), ‘The Two Gregories: Towards Nyssen from Nazianzen’, in McLynn, N.  and Marmodoro, A. (eds.), Exploring Gregory of Nyssa: Philosophical, Theological, and Historical Studies (Oxford), 29–48.

Meadows, A. (2018), ‘The Coinage of Arsinoe Methana’, in Coins in the Peloponnese: Mints, Iconography, Circulation, History from Antiquity to Modern Times. Proceedings of the sixth scientific meeting in the memory of Tony Hackens Argos, May 26–29, 2011.  Ὀβολός 10 (Athens), 133-149.

Meadows, A. (2018), ‘The Great Transformation. Civic coin design in the 2nd Century BC’ in P. Iossif, F. de Callataÿ and R. Veymiers (eds), TYPOI: Greek and Roman Coins Seen Through Their Images: Noble Issuers, Humble Users? Proceedings of the International Conference Organized by the Belgian and French Schools at Athens, 26-28 September 2012. Liège:(Liège), 297-318.

Meadows, A. (2018), ‘Civic countermarks on the silver coinage of Asia Minor in the 2nd century BC’, in Proceedings of the Second International Congress on the History of Money and Numismatics in the Mediterranean World, Suna & İnan Kıraç Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilizations, Antalya, 5-8 January, 2017 (Antalya), 185-219.

Meadows, A., Glenn.S and Duyrat, F. (2018), Alexander the Great: A Linked Open World. (Bordeaux).

Meadows, A. (2018), ‘Introduction’ in Glenn, S., Duyrat, F. and Meadows, A.R. (eds.) Alexander the Great: A Linked Open World (Bordeaux), 9-14.

Meadows, A. (2018), ‘What is an Alexander? PELLA and the Classification or Interpretation of Coinage in the Name of Alexander the Great’, in Glenn, S., Duyrat, F. and Meadows, A.R.  Alexander the Great: A Linked Open World (Bordeaux), 55-74.

Melfi, M. (2018), ‘La ‘Lex Sacra von der Hallenstrasse’ e l’Asclepieio di Pergamo tra passato e presente’ in F. Camia, L. Del Monaco, M. Nocita (eds.), Munus Laetitiae. Studi miscellanei offerti a Maria Letizia Lazzarini, Rome, La Sapienza (Rome), 95-108.

Melfi, M. (2018), ‘Per epirum. An alternative to the Adriatic. The territory of Hadrianopolis and the Drino valley in the Greek and early Roman periods’, in J. Lamboley, L. Përzhita & A. Skënderaj (eds.) L’Illyrie méridionale et l’Epire dans l'antiquité: Actes du VI Colloque International de Tirana (20-23 mai 2015) (Tirana) 1045-1054.

M. Melfi, E. Ciccarelli, S. Cingolani, D. Condi, R. Perna, J. Piccinini, D. Sforzini (2018), ‘Hadrianopolis prima di Hadrianopolis : nuovi dati dallo scavo delle terme’ in Jean-Luc Lamboley, Luan Përzhita, Altin Skënderaj (eds.) L’Illyrie méridionale et l’Epire dans l'antiquité : Actes du VI Colloque International de Tirana, 20-23 mai 2015. (Tirana), 596-604.

Metcalf, C. (2018), ‘Horn and Ivory: Dreams as Portents in Ancient Mesopotamia and Beyond’, in E.J. Hamori and J. Stökl (eds.), Perchance to Dream: Essays on Dream Divination in Biblical and Other Ancient Near Eastern and Early Jewish Sources (Atlanta), 9–26.

Morgan, C. & Pentedeka, A. & Sotiriou, A. (2018), ‘Early Helladic pottery traditions in western Greece: The case of Kephalonia and Ithaca’, in E. Alram-Stern & B. Horejs (eds.) Pottery Technologies and Sociocultural Connections between the Aegean and Anatolia during the 3rd millennium BC. Workshop, Vienna 22-23 October 2015 (Vienna).

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