Publications 2020

Publications 2020

This list contains some of the work published by members of the Faculty with the year of publication 2020. The order of names for multi-author publications does not necessarily follow that in the publications themselves.

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Allan, W. (2020), ‘Poetry and Philosophy in the Sophists’, Araucaria 44: 285-302.

Armstrong, R. (2020), ‘Hercules and the Stone Tree: Aeneid 8.233–40’ CQ 70.2.

Ashdowne, R. (2020), ‘-mannus makyth man(n)? Latin as an indirect source for English lexical history’ in L. Wright (ed.), The Multilingual Origins of Standard English (Berlin & Boston), 411-441.

Ballesteros. B. (2020), 'Poseidon and Zeus in Iliad 7 and Odyssey 13: on a case of Homeric imitation’, Hermes: Zeitschrift für Klassische Philologie 148: 259–277.

Benaissa, A.  (2020), ‘A Papyrus of Hermogenes’ On Issues in the Bodleian Library’, Archiv für Papyrusforschung 66.2: 265–272.

Benaissa, A. (2020), ‘The Will of Haynchis Daughter of Isas’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 214: 230–235.

Benaissa, A. (2020), ‘Late Antique Papyri from Hermopolis in the British Library I’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 215: 257–272.

Benaissa, A. (2020), ‘P.Oxy. LXXVII 5123 and the Economic Relations between the Apion Estate and its Coloni Adscripticii’, Journal of Juristic Papyrology 50 (forthcoming 2020).

Beniassa, A. (2020), ‘An Official Deposition from the Early Fifth Century’, in J. V. Stolk and G. van Loon (eds.), Text Editions of (Abnormal) Hieratic, Demotic, Greek, Latin and Coptic Papyri and Ostraca. ‘Some People Love Their Friends Also When They Are Far Away’: Festschrift in Honour of Franscisca A.J. Hoogendijk (Leiden), 167–170.

Benaissa, A. (2020),‘Notes on Oxyrhynchite Toponyms’, Tyche 35 (forthcoming 2020).

Benaissa, A. (2020), ‘Two Egyptian Texts from Oxyrhynchus’, Egyptian Archaeology 56: 31–33.

Bispham, E. (2020), ‘Small Towns, Big Futures: between Italy and Iberia’ in J. Andreu Pintado (ed.), Parva Oppida. Imagen, patrones e ideología del despuege monumental de las ciudades en la Tarraconense hispana (siglos I a.C. – I d.C.) (Fundación Uncastillo: Cinco Villas), 25-37.

Bispham, E. (2020),‘Boundaries in Strabo’s Italy: Space, Time and Difference’, in F. Luciani & E. Migliario (eds), Boundaries of Territories and Peoples in Roman Italy and Beyond (Bari), 1-23.

Bispham, E. (2020), ‘The Regiones of Italy between Republic and Principate’, in M. Aberson, M.C. Biella, M. di Fazio, M. Wullschleger (eds), Nos sumus Romani qui fuimus ante … Memory of Ancient Italy.  EGeA 6 (Geneva), 23-51.

Bowie, A. (2020), ‘Honey in Ancient Egypt, Hatti and Greece’, Istravživabha 31: 7-23.

Bowie, E.L. (2020), ‘Silence in Chariton, Xenophon, Achilles Tatius and Longus’ in E. Papadodima (ed.), Faces of Silence in Ancient Greek Literature (Berlin), 51-72.

Bowie, E.L. (2020), ‘Reconfiguring Archilochus. How have papyri and inscriptions changed perceptions of Archilochus’ iambic and elegiac poetry?’, Ariadne 3/24: 17-40.

Budelmann, F. (2020), ‘Metalepsis and readerly investment in fictional characters: reflections on apostrophic reading’, in S. Matzner and G. Trimble (eds), Metalepsis: ancient texts, new perspectives (Oxford,) 59-78.

Budelmann, F. (2020, co-authored with J.M. Thompson, B. Teasdale, S. Duncan, E. van Emde Boas, L. Maguire, and R.I.M. Dunbar), ‘Differential effects of film genre on viewers’ absorption, identification, and enjoyment’, Psychology of Aesthetics, Creativity, and the Arts [].

Cameron, A. (2020), ‘Late antiquity and patristics: partners or rivals?’, Ptarmigan Lecture 2018, Journal of Early Christian Studies 28.2: 283-302.

Clarke, K. (2020), ‘Minding the Gap: mimetic imperfection and the historiographical enterprise’, in A. Turner (ed.), Reconciling Ancient and Modern Philosophies of History and Historiography (Berlin), 179-202.

Colomo, D. (2020, co-ed. with G. Bastianini, M. Haslam, H. Maehler, F. Montana, F. Montanari and C. Römer), Commentaria et lexica graeca in papyris reperta. Fasc. 2.3, Andron, Antimachus, Antiphon (Berlin & New York).

Colomo, D. (2020), ‘10. Ptolemäische Anthologie’, in G. Bastianini, F. Maltomini, D. Manetti, D. Minutoli and R. Pintaudi (eds), E me l’ovrare appaga. Papiri e saggi in onore di Gabriella Messeri (Florence), 46-62.

Colomo, D. (2020, co-authored with M. de Kreij and A. Lui), 'Shoring up Sappho: P.Oxy. 2288 and ancient reinforcements of booksrolls’, Mnemosyne: 1-34.Currie, B. (2020), ‘The Birth of Literary Criticism (Herodotus 2.116-117) and the Roots of Homeric Neoanalysis’, in J. J. Price and R. Zelnick-Abramovitz (eds.), Text and Intertext in Greek Epic and Drama: Essays in Honor of Margalit Finkelberg (London), 147-70.

Currie, B. (2020), ‘Sicily and Italy in the Odyssey’, in Hesperìa: Studi sulla grecità di Occidente 36: 9-39.

Currie, B. (2020), ‘Aristophanes and the Cult of the Saviour’, Mythos: Rivista di Storia delle Religioni 14: 1-30.  []

D’Angour, A. (2020),  'Recreating the Music of Euripides' Orestes', GRMS 8.2.

D’Angour (2020), 'The Musical Frogs in Frogs', in A. Fries, and D. Kanellakis (eds), Ancient Greek Comedy  (Berlin).

D’Angour, A. (2020), ‘“Old” and “New” Music: The Ideology of Mousikē’, in T. Lynch and E. Rocconi (eds), A Companion to Ancient Greek and Roman Music (Hoboken, NJ), 409-419.

DeLaine, J. (2020, co-authored with Y. Hori) ), ‘Embellishing the Streets of Ostia’, in H. Kamermans & L. Bouke van der Meer (eds), Designating place: archaeological perspectives on built environments in Ostia and Pompeii, (Leiden), 65-81.

DeLaine, J. (2020), ‘Strategies and technologies of environmental manipulation in the Roman world: the thermal economy of baths’, in C. Schliephake, N. Sojc, and G. Weber (eds), Nachhaltigkeit in der Antike: Diskurse, Pratiken, Perspektiven (Stuttgart), 75-93.

de Lisle, C. (2020), Attic Inscriptions in UK Collections 11: Ashmolean (Evesham).

de Lisle, C. (2020), The Ephebate in Roman Athens: AIO Papers 12 (Evesham).

Ellis-Evans, A. (2020), 'The late Hellenistic tetradrachms of Parion and Lampsakos', American Journal of Numismatics 32: 93-125.

Ellis-Evans, A. and Erol-Özdizbay, A. (2020). 'Coins from the Kırıkhan Hoard in Hatay Archaeological Museum', Numismatic Chronicle 180: 39-58.

Elsner, J. (2020, ed.), Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity: Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland (Cambridge).

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘Introduction’, in J. Elsner (ed.), Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity: Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland (Cambridge), 1-24.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘The Viennese invention of Late Antiquity: between politics and religion in the forms of Late Roman art’, in J. Elsner (ed.), Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity: Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland (Cambridge), 110-27.

Elsner, J. (2020, co-authored with J. Lockard), ‘Jewish art: before and after the Jewish state (1948)’ in J. Elsner (ed.), Empires of Faith in Late Antiquity: Histories of Art and Religion from India to Ireland (Cambridge), 293-319.

Elsner, J. (2020, ed.), Figurines: Figuration and the Sense of Scale (Oxford).

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘Introduction’ in J. Elsner (ed.), Figurines: Figuration and the Sense of Scale (Oxford), 1-10.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘The Death of the Figurine: Reflections on an Abrahamic Abstention’ in J. Elsner (ed.), Figurines: Figuration and the Sense of Scale (Oxford), 130-181.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘Imagining the Artemidorus Papyrus: Some Problems with the Digital Archaeology of Pictures’ in A. Morris-Reich and M. Olin (eds), Photography and Imagination (New York), 52-68.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘Mutable, Flexible, Fluid: Papyrus Drawings for Textiles and Replication in Roman Art’, The Art Bulletin 102.3: 7-27.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘A estatueta animada na arqueologia mediterânea: o fim de uma história’ in C. Beltrao and F. Santangelo (eds), Estátuas na religião romana (Coimbra), 159-82.

Elsner, J. (2020), ‘Beyond Eusebius: Prefatory Images and the Early Book’ in A. Bausi, B. Reudenbach and H. Wimmer (eds), Canones: The Art of Harmony: The Canon Tables of the Four Gospels (Berlin), 99-128.

Fendel, V. (2020), ‘Greek in Egypt or Egyptian Greek? Syntactic regionalisms’, in K. Bentein and M. Janse (eds.), Varieties of Post-classical and Byzantine Greek. Trends in Linguistics: Studies and Monographs 331 (Berlin), 115–140.

Fendel, V. (2020), ‘Taking Stock of Support-Verb Constructions in Journalistic French’, Xanthos: A Journal of Foreign Literatures and Languages 2: 13-44 issues-issue-2-02-fendel

Fendel, V. (2020), ‘Phrasal verbs in a corpus of post-classical Greek letters from Egypt’, in M. Leiwo, and M. Vierros, and H. Halla-aho (eds.), Papers of the Ninth International Colloquium on Ancient Greek Linguistics (ICAGL 9) 30 August – 1 September 2018, Helsinki, Papers on Ancient Greek Linguistics, Commentationes Humanarum Litterarum 139, 63–97.

Franklinos, T. E., and L. Fulkerson (2020 eds), Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ouidiana (Oxford).

Franklinos, T. E. (2020, co-authored with L. Fulkerson), ‘Authoring, reading, and exploring an Appendix: some introductory thoughts’, in T.E. Franklinos, and L. Fulkerson (eds), Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ouidiana (Oxford), 1–23.

Franklinos, T. E. (2020), ‘Construing the author as a Catullan reader in the pure iambic Catalepton (6, 10, 12)’ in T.E. Franklinos, and L. Fulkerson (eds), Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ouidiana (Oxford), 70–82.

Franklinos, T. E, and H. Hope (2020 eds), Revisiting the Codex Buranus: Contents, Contexts, Composition (Woodbridge).

Franklinos, T. E. (2020, co-authored with H. Hope), ‘The Codex Buranus—A Unique Challenge’, in T.E. Franklinos, H. and Hope (eds), Revisiting the Codex Buranus: Contents, Contexts, Composition (Woodbridge), 1-12.

Franklinos, T. E. (2020), ‘Classical Learning and Audience in the carmina amatoria: A Case-Study on Codex Buranus 92’, in T.E. Franklinos, and H. Hope (eds), Revisiting the Codex Buranus: Contents, Contexts, Composition (Woodbridge),119–48.

Franklinos, T. E. (2020), ‘The music of the spheres: Giovanni da Serravalle on Dante, Par. 6.124–126’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 55: 291–300.

Franklinos, T. E. (2020), ‘The Cause of Idmon’s Death at Seneca, Medea 652–3, and at Valerius Flaccus 5.2–3’, Classical Quarterly 70: 268–75.

Fries, A. (2020, co-ed. with D. Kanellakis), Ancient Greek Comedy: Genre - Texts - Reception. Essays in Honour of Angus M. Bowie (Berlin & Boston).

Fries, A. (2020),  ‘Evidence from Aristophanes for the Language and Style of Euripides’, in A. Fries and D. Kanellakis (eds), Ancient Greek Comedy: Genre - Texts - Reception. Essays in Honour of Angus M. Bowie (Berlin & Boston), 239-52.

Fries, A. (2020), ‘A Planudean Edition of Pindar? The Evidence of Parisinus gr. 2403’, GRBS 60: 708-17.

Gassman, M. (2020), Worshippers of the Gods: Debating Paganism in the Fourth-Century Roman West, Oxford Studies in Late Antiquity (Oxford)

Gassman, M. (2020), ‘A Feast in Carthage: Testing the Limits of “Secularity” in Late Antiquity’, The Journal of Roman Studies 110: 199-219.

Greensmith, E. (2020), The Resurrection of Homer in Imperial Greek Epic: Quintus Smyrnaeus’ Posthomerica and the Poetics of Impersonation (Cambridge).

Greensmith, E. (2020, co-authored with S. Goldhill), ‘Gregory of Nazianzus in the Palatine Anthology: the Poetics of Christian Death’, The Cambridge Classical Journal 66: 29-69.

Güthenke, C. (2020), Feeling and Classical Philology: Knowing Antiquity in Greman Scholarship, 1770-1920 (Cambridge).

Güthenke, C. (2020), ‘ “For Time is / nothing if not amenable”: time, exemplarity, reception’, Classical Receptions Journal 12: 46-61.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), How to Be Content: An Ancient Poet's Guide for an Age of Excess (Princeton, NJ).

Harrison, S.J. (2020, co-ed. with R. May), Cupid and Psyche: The Reception of Apuleius’ Love Story since 1600 (Berlin).

Harrison, S.J. (2020, co-ed. with C. Burrow, M. McLaughlin and E. Tarantino), Imitative Series and Clusters from Classical to Early Modern Literature (Berlin).

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘Apuleius at the court of Louis XIV. Psyché (1671, 1678) and its English version (1675)’ in S.J. Harrison and R. May (eds), Cupid and Psyche: The Reception of Apuleius’ Love Story since 1600 (Berlin), 47-59.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘Victorian Lucretius: Tennyson and Arnold’ in P.R. Hardie, V. Prosperi and D. Zucca (eds), Lucretius Poet and Philosopher: Background and Fortunes of De Rerum Natura (Berlin), 309–322.

Harrison, S.J. (2020),‘Serial Similes in the Battle-Narrative of Vergil’s Aeneid’ in S.J. Harrison, C. Burrow, M. McLaughlin and E. Tarantino (eds), Imitative Series and Clusters from Classical to Early Modern Literature (Berlin), 27-38.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘Psiche nel XIX secolo: immagini dell’arte’ in Gabriella Moretti and Biagio Santorelli (eds), Latina didaxis xxxiv: Leggere e guardare. Intersezioni fra parola e imagine nella cultura latina e nella sua fortuna: Atti del convegno,  Genova, 7-8 maggio 2019 (Genoa), 85-94 and 128-35.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘Artefact ekphrasis and narrative in epic poetry from Homer to Silius’ in C. Reitz and S. Finkmann (eds), Structures of Epic Poetry (Berlin), Vol.1, 773-806.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘The Gunpowder Plot: John Milton (1608-1674), In Quintum Novembris’ in L.B.T. Houghton, G. Manuwald and L. R. Nicholas (eds), An Anthology of British Neo-Latin Literature (London), 191-214.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), ‘Greeting Charles V at Bordeaux, 1539: George Buchanan (1506-82), Silvae 1’ in D. Hadas, G. Manuwald and Lucy R. Nicholas (eds), An Anthology of European Neo-Latin Literature (London), 119-30.

Harrison, S.J. (2020), 'An Apuleian Masque? Thomas Heywood's Love's Mistress (1634)’, in F. Bistagne, C. Boidin, and R. Mouren (eds), The Afterlife of Apuleius [=BICS Supplement 140], 79-90.

Hellström, M. (2020), ‘Epigraphy and ambitions: Building inscriptions in the Hinterland of Carthage’, Journal of Roman Studies 110: 57-90.

Hellström, M (2020, co-authored with A. Russell), ‘Introduction: Imperial Imagery And The Role Of Social Dynamics’, in A. Russell and M. Hellström (eds), The Social Dynamics of Roman Imperial Imagery (Cambridge).

Hellström, M. (2020),‘Local aspirations and statues of emperors in Roman North Africa’ in A. Russell and M. Hellström (eds), The Social Dynamics of Roman Imperial Imagery (Cambridge), 159-179.

Hellström M. (2020), ‘Baptism and Roman gold-glasses: salvation and social dynamics’, in F. Guidetti & K. Meinecke (eds), A Visual Global Culture? (Oxford), 173-203.

Henig, M. (2020), ‘Dining in Paradise: The Totenmahl in Roman Britain’, in C. Steer (ed.), The Monuments Man: Essays in honour of Jerome Bertram F.S.A. (Donington), 26-45.

Henig, M. (2020), ‘From an offshore island: classical art and the Britons in Late Antiquity’, in N. Sekunda (ed.), Wonders lost and found. A celebration of the archaeological work of Professor Michael Vickers (Oxford), 146-154.

Henig, M. (2020, co-authored with P. Coombe,), ‘The Inveresk Mithraic altars in context’, in M. McCarty and M. Egri (eds), The Archaeology of Mithraism. New finds and Approaches to Mithras-Worship (Leuven), 23-34.

Henig, M. (2020, co-authored with P. Coombe), ‘The Gloucester hoard of Roman bronze’, Britannia 51: 225-264.

Henig. M. (2020, co-authored with D. Nash Briggs), ‘Caratacus’, ARA News 44 (Autumn), 6-17.  

Henig. M. (2020, co-authored with G. J. C. Davis), ‘The recent re-discovery of Roman and later intaglios at Colchester Museum’, Lucerna. The Newsletter of the Roman Finds Group 59 (July), 7-19.

Heyworth, S. J. (2020), ‘The Consolatio ad Liuiam and literary history’, in T. E. Franklinos and L. Fulkerson (eds), Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ovidiana (Oxford), 223-41.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2020) ‘Surviving the infodemic – teaching students to read between the lines’, Winston Churchill Memorial Trust blog, 13th October,

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2020) ‘Teaching critical literacy in schools: a research-informed approach’ in C. Coyle (ed.), Identifying Fake News: critical literacy and the school library (Swindon).

Hosty, M. (2020), Batrachomyomachia (Battle of the Frogs and Mice): introduction, text, translation, and commentary (Oxford).

Hutchinson, Gregory (2020), Motion in Classical Literature: Homer, Parmenides, Sophocles, Ovid, Seneca, Tacitus, Art (Oxford). [Also in Oxford Scholarship online: 9780198855620?q=9780198855620&cc=gb&lang=en; see also the free companion website].

Hutchinson, G. (2020), ‘Anacreon on stage? A note on P. Oxy. LXXXIV 5410’, ZPE 213: 4-5.

Hutchinson, G. (2020), ‘Space and text worlds in Apollonius’, in E. Papadodima and A. Stefanis (eds), New Approaches to Ancient Epic [=Trends in Classics 12.1], 114-25.

Hutchinson, G. (2020), ‘L’apertura’, Rationes Rerum 16: 205-21.

Johnston, A. and F. Loughlin (2020, ed.), Antiquity and Enlightenment Culture: New Approaches and Perspectives (Metaforms: Studies in the Reception of Classical Antiquity 17) (Leiden). 

Johnston, A. (2020), ‘Review of Rediscovering E. R. Dodds: Scholarship, Education, Poetry, and the Paranormal, (eds), C. Stray, C.B.R. Pelling and S. J. Harrison (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)’, Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2020.11.43. 

Kantor, G. (2020),  ‘Navigating Roman law and local privileges in Pontus-Bithynia’, in K. Czajkowski, B. Eckhardt and M. Strothmann (eds.), Law in the Roman Provinces (Oxford), 185-209.

Kantor, G. (2020), ‘Roman citizenship among multiple citizenships in Lycia’, in G. Frija (ed.), Être citoyen romain dans le monde grec au IIe siècle p.C. (Bordeaux), 95-115.

Kayachev, B. (2020), Ciris: A Poem from the Appendix Vergiliana (Swansea).

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Catalepton 9 and Valgius Rufus’, in T.E. Franklinos and L. Fulkerson (eds.), Constructing Authors and Readers in the Appendices Vergiliana, Tibulliana, and Ovidiana (Oxford), 83-95.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘The poet’s ivy: Nicander, Georgica fr. 74.17–24’, Classical Quarterly 70: online preprint.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Columella 10.101: two emendations’, Classical Quarterly 70: online preprint.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘[Tibullus] 3.7.175: an emendation’, Classical Quarterly 70: online preprint.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Moretum 8: an emendation’, Glotta 96: 119-23.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Moretum 20: an emendation’, Prometheus 46: 133-5.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Apollonius Rhodius 1.103: an emendation’, Prometheus 46: 132-3.

Kayachev, B. (2020), ‘Germanicus, Aratus fr. 4.30: an emendation’, Mnemosyne 73: 1037-8.

Kearns, E. (2020), 'Approaches: The Animal in the Study of Ancient Greek Religion', in J. Kindt (ed.), Animals in Ancient Greek Religion (London & New York), 59-78.

Kelly, A. (2020), ‘Medea’ in A. Markantonatos (ed.), The Brill Companion to Euripides Vol.1 (Leiden), 69–95.

Kelly, A. (2020), ‘With, or without, Homer: hearing the background in Sappho’ in P. Finglass, A. Rengakos, and B. Zimmerman (eds.), More than Homer Knew – Studies on Homer and his Ancient Commentators in honour of Franco Montanari (Berlin), 269–92.

Kuhn, C.T. (2020), ‘Trajan and the honorarium decurionatus in the Cities of Pontus and Bithynia: A Re-assessment of Plin., Ep. 10.113’, Latomus 79.3: 710-731.

Lemos, I.S. (2020, co-authored with Α. Mazarakis Ainian & V. Vlachou), Ανασκαφές Ωρωπού. Πρωτογεωμετρική-Υποπρωτογεωμετρική Περίοδος (10ος - 9ος αι. π.Χ.), (Volos). [ISBN978-960-9439-67-1 - in Greek with English Summary].

Lemos, I. S., and A. Kotsonas (2020 eds), A Companion to the Archaeology of Early Greece and the Mediterranean (Hoboken, NJ).

Lemos, I. S. (2020), ‘Euboea’, in I. S. Lemos and A. Kotsonas (eds.), A Companion to the Archaeology of Early Greece and the Mediterranean (Hoboken, NJ), 787-813.

Lemos, I. S., & Eder, B. (2020), ‘From the Collapse of the Mycenaean Palaces to the Emergence of Early Iron Age Communities’, in I. S. Lemos and A. Kotsonas (eds.), A Companion to the Archaeology of Early Greece and the Mediterranean (Hoboken, NJ), 133-160.

Lenaghan, J. (2020), ‘Late-antique portrait statuary in Rome: an overview’ in V. Tsamakda and N. Zimmerman (eds), Privatporträt. Die Darstellung realer Personen in der spätantiken und byzantisichen Kunst. Aketn des Internationalen Workshops an der Österreichischen Akademie der Wissenschaften in Wien 14.-15. Februar 2013 (Vienna), 27-34. 

Lenaghan, J. (2020, co-authored with P. Lenaghan), ‘A Rediscovered Statue of a Julio-Claudian Princess in the Hispanic Society of America,’ Madrider Mitteilungen 61: 29-67. 

Lightfoot, J.L. (2020), Pseudo-Manetho, Apotelesmatica, Books Two, Three, and Six: Edited with Introduction, Translation, and Commentary (Oxford), xxxv + 995 pp.

Lightfoot, J.L. (2020), review of T. S. Thorsen, S. Harrison (eds), Dynamics of Ancient Prose: Biographic, Novelistic, Apologetic (Berlin, 2018), Gnomon, 92/7: 577–81.

Lightfoot, J.L. (2020), ‘Review of F. Clark, The First Pagan Historian: The Fortunes of a Fraud from Antiquity to the Enlightenment (Oxford, 2020)’, Histos.

Luraghi, N. (2020), ‘Herodot und das Ende der Perserkriege. Ein Beitrag zur Tendenz der Historien’, Tyche 37: 1-15.

Macintosh, F. (2020, co-authored with Justine McConnell), Performing Epic or Telling Tales  (Oxford).

Macintosh, F. (2020), Agamemnon in performance, a performance history (co-curated with Claire Kenward) [multi-media/interactive APGRD eBook – freely available on iTunes/ebook].

Maschek, D. (2020, co-authored with M. Fernández-Götz and N. Roymans), ‘Power,  Asymmetries and How to View the Roman World’, Antiquity 94: 1653-1656.

Maschek, D. (2020, co-authored with M. Fernández-Götz and N. Roymans), ‘The Dark Side of the Empire: Roman Expansionism between Object Agency and Predatory Regime’, Antiquity 94: 1630-1639.

Maschek, D. (2020), ‘Waves of Fortune, Waves of Fate: Sextus Pompeius and the Importance of Marine Symbolism in Rome’s Civil Wars’, in L. Kersten and C. Wendt (eds), Rector maris: Sextus Pompeius und das Meer, Antiquitas: Abhandlungen zur Alten Geschichte 74 (Bonn), 91–117.

Maschek, D. (2020), ‘Assessing the Economic Impact of Building Projects in the Roman World: The Case of Late Republican Italy’, in C. Courault and C. Márquez (eds), Quantitative Studies and Production Cost of Roman Public Construction (Córdoba), 45–67.

Maschek, D. (2020), ‚Die vielen Gesichter der Krise: Archäologische und historische Perspektiven auf das spätrepublikanische Italien’, in K. Matijević (ed.), Wirtschaft und Gesellschaft in der späten römischen Republik, Proceedings of the International Conference Flensburg 2019, Scripta Mercaturae Beihefte. Beiträge zur Wirtschafts- und Sozialgeschichte 2 (Gutenberg), 33–58.

Maschek, D. (2020), ‘Consumption, Construction, and Conflagration: The Archaeology of Socio-political Change in the Triumviral Period’, in F. Pina Polo (ed.), The Triumviral Period: Civil War, Political Crisis and Socioeconomic Transformations, Libera Res Publica 3 (Zaragoza), 323–347.

Meadows, A. (2020), ‘An Attalid Overstrike and its Implications’, Revue Numismatique 177: 117-25.

Meadows, A. (2020), ‘Weighing up the coinage reform of Ptolemy Philadelphus’, in T. Faucher (ed.), Money Rules! The Monetary Economy of Egypt, from Persians until the Beginning of Islam (Cairo), 89-103.

Meadows, A. (2020, co-authored with R. Lane Fox), ‘Dates and Measures: History and Some Hippocratic Texts’ in V. Nutton and L. Totelin (eds), Ancient Medicine, Behind and Beyond Hippocrates, Technai 11: 95-112.

Melfi, M. (2020, co-authored with Brian A. Martens), ‘A Colossal Cult Statue Group from Dobër, Albania: Visual Narratives of East and West in the Countryside of Butrint’, American Journal of Archaeology 124/4 (October): 575–606.

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