Publications 2016


This list contains some of the work published by members of the Faculty with the year of publication 2016. The order of names for multi-author publications does not necessarily follow that in the publications themselves.

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Ash, R. (2016), ‘Never say die! Assassinating emperors in Suetonius’ Lives of the Caesars’, in K. De Temmerman and K. Demoen (edd.), Writing Biography in Greece and Rome: Narrative Technique and Fictionalization (Oxford), 200-16.

Ash, R. (2016), 'Tacitus and the Poets: In Nemora et Lucos … Secedendum est (Dialogus 9.6)?', in P. Mitsis and I. Ziogas (edd.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry (Berlin), 13-35. 

Benaissa,  A.  (2016),  ‘Four Papyri from the  Archive of the  Temple of Soknobraisis  in Bacchias’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 197, 204–16.

Benaissa, A. (2016), ‘The Provenance of the Greek-Coptic Glossary to Hosea and Amos’, Chronique d’Égypte 91, 175–79.

Benaissa, A. (2016), ‘A Recruit’s Enrolment in a Military Unit and a New Dux Thebaidis’, in J.-L. Fournet and A. Papaconstantinou (edd.), Mélanges Jean Gascou : textes et  études papyrologiques (Travaux et Mémoires 20/1; Paris), 55–64.

Benaissa, A. (2016), ‘Perfume, Frankincense, and Papyrus: Collecting the State Revenues’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 200.

Bispham, E. (2016), ‘The Social War’, in A. E. Cooley (ed.), A Companion to Roman Italy.

Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World (Malden MA and Oxford), 76-89.

Bispham, E. (2016), ‘The Civil Wars and the Triumvirate’, ibid., 90-102.

Bispham, E. (2016), ‘Una, nessuna o centomila romanizzazioni?’ in M. Aberson, M.C. Biella, M. di Fazio, P. Sanchéz & M. Wullschleger (edd), L’Italia centrale e la creazione di una koiné culturale? I percorsi della ‘romanizzazione’. (EGeA 3, Geneva), 5-14.

Bowie, A.M. (2016), ‘Plato, Homer and the Poetics of Politeness’, in R. Benitez, and K. Wang (edd.), Reflections on Plato’s Poetics: essays from Beijing (Berrima), 85-96.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘Cultic contexts for elegiac performance’, in L. Swift and C. Carey (edd.)

Iambus and Elegy: New Approaches (Cambridge), 15-32.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘Doing Doric’, in E. Sistakou and A. Rengakos (edd.), Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram (Trends in Classics Supplementary volume 43, Berlin and New York), 3-22.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘How did Sappho’s songs get into the male sympotic repertoire?’, in A. Bierl and A. Lardinois (edd.), The New New Sappho (Leiden and Boston), 148-164.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘Plutarch’s Simonides: a Versatile gentleman?’ in J. Opsomer, G. Roskam and J. Lowers (edd.), A Versatile Gentleman (Leuven), 71-87.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘Quo usque tandem? How long were sympotic songs’, in V. Cazzato, D. Obbink and E. E. Prodi (edd.), The Cup of Song: Studies on Poetry and the Symposium, (Oxford), 28-41.

Bowie, E. L. (2016), ‘Xenophon’s influence in imperial Greece’, in M. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon (Cambridge), 403-414.

Budelmann, F.: Dunbar, R., Teasdale, B., Thompson, J., Budelmann, F., Duncan, S., van Emde Boas, E., Maguire, L. (2016), ‘Emotional arousal when watching drama increases pain threshold and social bonding’, Royal Society Open Science 3, 160288.

Budelmann, F., and Maguire, L., Teasdale, B. (2016), ‘Ambiguity and audience response’, Arion 23.3, 89-114.

Clarke, K. (2016), ‘Walking through History: unlocking the mythical past’, in G. Hawes (ed.), Myths on the Map: The Storied Landscapes of Ancient Greece (Oxford).

Colomo, D. (2016), 'Interstate relations: the papyrological evidence', in M. Edwards, P. Derron (edd.), The Rhetoric of Power: An Exploration of Greek Deliberative Oratory (Entretiens Hardt 62, Geneva), 209-260.

Colomo, D. (2016), ‘Quantity marks in prose papyri’, in G. Nocchi Macedo, M. Scappaticcio (edd.), Signes dans les textes, textes sur les signes. Érudition, lecture et écriture dans le monde gréco-romain (Liège), 97-125.

Colomo, D. (2016), 'Passi problematici dell'A Nicocle e contributo dei papiri', in M. Vallozza (ed.), Isocrate: verso la nuova edizione Oxford. Giornate di studio, Università degli Studi della Tuscia, Viterbo, 13-14.01.2011 (Florence), 3-19.

Currie, B. G. F. (2016), Homer’s Allusive Art (Oxford).

D’Angour, A.J. (2016), ‘Vocables and Microtones in Ancient Greek Music’, Greek and Roman Musical Studies, 273-85.

D’Angour, A.J. (2016), ‘Between Scylla and Charybdis: Text and Conjecture in Greek Lyric Commentary’, in C. Kraus and C. Stray (edd.), Classical Commentaries (Oxford).

Davies, M. (2016), ‘Aeschylus Agamemnon 1040-1’, Prometheus 42, 30-1.

Davies, M. (2016), The Aethiopis: or Neo-neoanalysis Reananlysed (Harvard - Hellenic Studies Series 71).

Elsner, J. (2016), ‘Breaking and Talking: Some Thoughts on Iconoclasm from Antiquity to the Current Moment’ Religion and Society 7, 127-38.

Elsner, J. (2016), ‘Cultural Memory, Religious Practice and the Invention of Tradition: Some Thoughts on Philostratus’ Account of the Cult of Palaemon’ in K. Galinsky and K. Lapatin (edd.), Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire (Los Angeles), 101-15.

Elsner, J., and Henderson, J. (2016), ‘Envoi: A Diptych’, in M. Squire and J. Wienand (edd.), Morphogrammata: The Lettered Art of Optatian – Figuring Cultural Transformations in the Age of Constantine, Paderborn (Fink), 497-517.

Elsner, J., and Schwartz, M. (2016), ‘The Genesis of Struktur: Kaschnitz-Weinberg’s Review of Riegl and the New Viennese School’, Art History 39, 70-83.

Elsner, J., and Squire, M. (2016), ‘Homer and the Ekphrasists: Text and Picture in the Elder Philostratus’ “Scamander” (Imagines I.1)’, in J. Bintliff and K. Rutter (edd.), The Archaeology of Greece and Rome: Studies in Honour of Anthony Snodgrass, (Edinburgh), 57-99.

Elsner, J., and Squire, M. (2016), ‘Vision and Memory’, in M. Squire (ed.), Sight and the Ancient Senses (London), 188-212.

Güthenke, C. (2016), ‘Das Erkennen des Einzelnen. August Boeckhs Symphilologie’, in S. Stockhorst, M. Lepper, V. Hoppe (eds), Symphilologie. Formen der Kooperation in den Geisteswissenschaften (Göttingen), 183-200.

Güthenke, C. (2016), ‘“Lives” as Parameter. The privileging of ancient lives as a category of research around 1900’, in R. Fletcher and J. Hanink (eds), Creative Lives. New Approaches to Ancient Intellectual Biography (Cambridge), 29-48.

Güthenke, C. (2016), ‘Réception et transformation : comprendre la reception selon le temps ou selon l’espace’, in P. Badinou et al. (edd.), Le fabuleux destin des biens culturels. Ordre et désordres de la reception (Lausanne), 29-41.

Harrison, S. J., and Frangoulidis, S., Manuwald, G. (2016), Roman Drama and its Contexts (Berlin).

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘Seneca’s Thyestes: Three Female Translators into English’, ibid., 585-600.

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘Horace Odes 2.7: Greek models and Roman civil war’, in B. Delignon, N. Le Meur and Olivier Thévenaz (edd.), La Poésie lyrique dans la cité antique (Paris), 89-98.

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘Nachwort’ to Amor und Psyche (tr. Eduard Norden, ill. Walter Tiemann, Darmstadt), 66-126.

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘Ovid on Gozo? Metamorphoses as a source for the Tristia ex Melitogaudo’, Melita Classica 3, 169-77.

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘The Homeric hymns and Horatian lyric’, in A.Faulkner, A.Vergados, A.Schwab (edd.), The Reception of the Homeric Hymns (Oxford), 79-94.

Harrison, S. J. (2016), ‘Umbricius, the Sybil and Evander: Vergilian voices in Juvenal, Satire

3’ in A. (ed.), Giovenale tra storia, poesia e ideologia (Berlin and Boston), 169-80.

Henig, M. (2015/16), ‘A contemporary cameo depicting Antony and Cleopatra’, Association for Roman Archaeology Bulletin 23, 22-3.

Henig, M. (2016), ‘The Intaglios’, Chapter 10, pp.195-6 in David J. Breeze, Bearsden. A Roman Fort on the Antonine Wall (Edinburgh).

Henig, M. (2016), Entries on Caerleon, Caerwent, Canterbury, Cirencester, Dorchester-on- Thames, York; Corbridge Treasure; Risley Park Lanx, in P.C.Finney (ed), The Eerdmans Encyclopaedia of Early Christian Art and Archaeology (Grand Rapids).

Henig, M., and Adcock, K. (2016), ‘New finds from Gloucester (Colonia Nerviana Glevensium)’, Association for Roman Archaeology News 36, 38-41.

Henig, M., and Hunter, F., Sauer, E., Gooder, J. (2016), ‘Mithras in Scotland: A Mithraeum at Inveresk (East Lothian), Britannia 47.

Henig, M., and Crummy, N. (2016), ‘Intaglio’ and ‘Finger-rings’, in N. Crummy, ‘A hoard of military awards, jewellery and coins from Colchester’, Britannia 47, 13-15.

Heyworth, S. J. (2016), ‘Irrational Panegyric in Augustan poetry’, in P. Hardie (ed.),

Augustan poetry and the Irrational (Oxford), 240-60.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016), ‘From gorillas to talking vases’, Argo 4, 16-17. Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016), ‘Responsible citizens and critical skills in Scotland's

Curriculum for Excellence’, in P.R. Carr, P.L. Thomas, B. Porfilio and J. Gorlewski,

Democracy and decency. What does education have to do with it? (IAP), 213-28.

Holmes-Henderson, A. (2016), ‘Teaching Latin and Greek in primary classrooms: the Classics in Communities project’, Journal of Classics Teaching 17, 33, 50-3.

Holmes-Henderson, A., and Mitropolous, A. (2016), ‘A celebration of Greek language and culture education in the UK’, Journal of Classics Teaching (November 2016).

Howgego, C. (2016), Coin Hoards of the Roman Empire: Howgego, C. (2016), Roman Provincial Coinage Online:

Hutchinson, G. O. (2016), ‘Gods wise and foolish: Euripides and Greek literature from Homer to Plutarch’, in P. Kyriakou and A. Rengakos (edd.), Wisdom and Folly in Euripides (Trends in Classics Suppl. 31, Berlin and Boston), 37-44.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2016), ‘Hierarchy and symposiastic poetry, Greek and Latin’, in V. Cazzato, D. Obbink, E. Prodi (edd.), The Cup of Song: Studies on Poetry and the Symposium (Oxford), 247-70.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2016), ‘Muße ohne Müßiggang: Strukturen, Räume und das Ich bei Cicero’, in F. C. Eickhoff (ed.), Muße und Rekursivität in der antiken Briefliteratur (Tübingen), 97-111.

Hutchinson, G. O. (2016), ‘Pentameters’, in E. Sistakou and A. Rengakos (edd.), Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram (Trends in Classics Suppl. 43, Berlin and Boston), 119-37.

Jacobs, I. (2016), ‘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).

Jacobs, I. (2016), ‘Old Habits Die Hard. A group of mythological statuettes from Sagalassos and the afterlife of sculpture in Asia Minor’, in T. M. Kristensen and L. M. Stirling (edd.), The Afterlife of Classical Sculpture: Late Antique Responses and Practices (Ann Arbor), 93-117.

Jacobs, I., and M. Waelkens (2016), “ ‘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 (Asia Minor Studien) (Bonn).

Kallet, L. (2016), ‘Naupaktos, Messenians, and Naupaktians in the Peloponnesian War’, in O. Palagia (ed.) Naupaktos. The Ancient City and its Significance During the Peloponnesian War and the Hellenistic Period (Athens), 15-41.

Kantor, G. (2016), ‘Local law in Asia Minor after the Constitutio Antoniniana’, in C. Ando (ed.), Citizenship and Empire in Europe 200-1900: The Antonine Constitution after 1800 years (Stuttgart), 45-62.

Kantor, G. (2016), ‘Towards the dating of the inscriptions of foreign judges at Mylasa’, Epigraphica Anatolica 49, 131-35.

Kaufmann, H. (2016), ‘Intertextuality in late Latin Poetry’, in J. Elsner and J. Hernández Lobato (edd.), The Poetics of Late Latin Literature (Oxford).

Leigh, M. (2016), ‘“illa domus, illa mihi sedes” - On the Interpretation of Catullus 68’, in S.

P. Oakley and R. L. Hunter (edd.), Latin Literature and its Transmission. Studies in Honour of Michael Reeve (Cambridge), 194-224.

Leigh, M. (2016), ‘Lucan’s Caesar and Laelius’, in P. Mitsis and I. Ziogas (edd.), Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry (Berlin), 259-72.

Leigh, M. (2016), ‘Vergil’s Second Eclogue and the Class Struggle’, Classical Philology 111.

Lynch, T. (2016), ‘Arsis and Thesis in Ancient Rhythmics and Metrics: A New Approach’, Classical Quarterly 66.2.

Lynch, T. (2016), ‘The seductive voice of the aulos in Plato’s Symposium: from the dismissal of the αὐλητρίς to Alcibiades’ praise of Socrates-αὐλητής’, in Baldassarre, A. and Markovic, T. (edd.), Musical Culture in Words and Images (Vienna).

Lynch, T. (2016), ‘Why are only the Dorian and Phrygian harmoniai accepted in Plato’s Kallipolis? Lyre vs. Aulos’, in Bravi, L., Lomiento, L., Meriani, A. and Pace, G. (edd.), Tra lyra e aulos. Tradizioni musicali e generi poetici (Pisa and Bari), 267– 84.

McKenzie, J., Watson, F. et al. (2016), The Garima Gospels: Early Illuminated Gospels books from Ethiopia (Oxford).

Meadows, A., and Faucher, T., Lorber, C. (edd.) (2016), Egyptian Hoards I. The Ptolemies

(Institut Français d’Archéologie Orientale, Bibliothèque d’étude 168, Cairo) Meadows, A. (2016), ‘The “Syria” 1981 Hoard (CH 7. 90; 8. 306; 8. 311; 8. 344)’, ibid.

Meadows, A. (2016), ‘The Jordan Hoard, 1987 (CH 8. 320)’, ibid.

Meadows, A. (2016), ‘The Hebron Area Hoard, Israel, 1991 (CH 8. 304)’, ibid.

Meadows, A. (2016), ‘The Bethlehem area hoard, 1984 (CH 8. 432)’, ibid. Meadows, A. (2016), ‘Unknown findspot, 2013’, ibid.

Meadows, A. (2016), ‘Southern Palestine, 1977 (CH 4. 58)’, ibid.

Meadows, A. (2016), ‘Hebron Area, 1979 (CH 7. 109), Hebron, 1980 (CH 7. 111), Yatta

1978-9 (CH 9.531) and Yatta, 1981’, ibid.

Meadows, A., and Fabre, D. (2016), ‘The Heracleion 2010 Hoard’, ibid.

Meadows, A., and Olivier, J. (2016), ‘The Jericho area hoard, c. 1991 (CH 8. 412)’, ibid. Meadows, A. (2016), ‘Coins from Underwater Excavations. The Case of Thonis-Herakleion’, in F. Duyrat and C. Grandjean (edd.), Les Monnaies de fouille du monde grec (vie-ier s.a.C.). Apports, approches et méthodes (Ausonius Scripta Antiqua 93, Bordeaux), 133- 145.

Melfi, M. (2016),  ‘Aelius Aristides at the Asklepieion of Pergamon’, in H-G. Nesselrath and

M. Trapp (edd.), Aelius Aristides, Prose Hymns (SAPERE) (Tübingen, 2016), 89-113.

Melfi, M., and Bobou, O. (edd.) (2016), Hellenistic Sanctuaries: between Greece and Rome (Oxford).

Melfi, M. (2016), ‘Introduction. Sanctuaries and Poleis’, ibid., 1-17.

Melfi, M. (2016), ‘Damophon of Messene in the Ionian coast of Greece: making, re-making and updating cult statues in the 2nd century BC’, ibid., 82-105.

Melfi, M. (2016), ‘The making of a colonial Pantheon in the colonies of Caesar in Greece: the case of Corinth’, ibid., 228-253.

Morgan, Ll. (2016), ‘The Reception of Sappho's Brothers Poem in Rome’, in A. Bierl and A. Lardinois (edd.), The Newest Sappho: P. Sapph. Obbink and P. GC inv. 105, Frs. 1-4 (Leiden), 293-301.

Morgan, T. (2016), ‘Doxa, praxis and Graeco-Roman religious thinking’, in J. Carleton-Paget, S. Gathercole and J. Lieu (edd.), Rethinking Christianity in the Second Century (Cambridge).

Morgan, T. (2016), ‘Narratives of faith in Paul’, in G. van Kooten and G.-J. van Heiden (edd.)., Saint Paul between Ancient Philosophy and Contemporary Thought (Leiden).

Morgan, T. (2016), ‘Pistis between theology, ethics, ecclesiology, and eschatology’, in J. Frey and B. Schliesser (edd.), Faith in Early Christianity and its Ancient Contexts (Tübingen).

Parker, R., and Scullion, S. (2016), ‘The Mysteries of the Goddess of Marmarini’, Kernos 29, 209-66.

Pelling, C., and Barker, E., Bouzarovski, S., Isaksen, L. (edd.) (2016), New Worlds out of old Texts: Developing Techniques for the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Narratives  (Oxford).

Pelling, C., and Barker, E. (2016), ‘Space-travelling in Herodotus 5’, ibid., 225–52. Pelling, C. (2016), ‘A view from the boundary’, ibid., 319–36.

Pelling, C. (2016), ‘Herodotus, Polycrates – and maybe Stesimbrotus too?’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 136.

Pelling, C. (2016), ‘Preparing for posterity: Dionysius and Polybius’, in A. Lianeri (ed.),

Knowing Future Time in and Through Greek Historiography (Berlin), 155–73.

Pelling, C. (2016), ‘Sir Ronald Syme’, entry in the Encyclopaedia of Ancient History (Wiley- Blackwell, posted July 2016);

Pelling, C. (2016), ‘Tragic colouring in Plutarch’, in G. Roskam, J. Opsomer, and F. Titchener (edd.), A Versatile Gentleman: Consistency in Plutarch’s Writings (Leuven), 113–33.

Pelling, C. (2016): ‘Xenophon’s personal voice’, in M. Flower (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to Xenophon (Cambridge), 241–62.

Pelling, C., and Gillespie, S. (2016), ‘The Greek Translations of Francis Hickes (1565/6- 1631)’, Translation and Literature 25.3.

Phillips, T. (2016), Pindar’s Library: Performance Poetry and Material Texts (Oxford). Potts, C. R. (2016), ‘Vitruvius and Etruscan Design’, Accordia Research Papers 14, 87-101.

Prag, J. R. W. (2016), ‘The Roman Republic and the West’, in M. Haake and A.-C Harders (edd.), Politische Kultur und soziale Struktur im republikanischen Rom (Stuttgart).

Prag, J. R. W. (2016), ‘Finley and Sicily’, in R. Osborne, M. Scott, and D. Jew (edd.), The Impact of Moses Finley (Cambridge).

Prag, J. R. W. (2016), ‘Antiquae sunt istae leges et mortuae: the plebiscitum Claudianum and associated laws’, Mélanges de l'École française de Rome - Antiquité, 128(1)

Prag, J. R. W., Chartrand, J., and Cummings, J. (2016), ‘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), 39-52.

Probert, P. (2016), ‘Zeus on the stud farm? Against a Homeric instance of attractio relativi’, Mnemosyne 69, 365-81.

Probert, P., and Dickey, E. (2016), ‘Six notes on Latin correlatives’, in J. N. Adams and N. Vincent (edd.), Early and Late Latin: Continuity or Change? (Cambridge), 390-419.

Ray, N. M., and Mugnai, N., Nikolaus, J. (edd.) (2016), De Africa Romaque: Merging cultures across North Africa (Oxford).

Reinhardt, T. (2016), ‘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).

Richardson, N.J. (2016), Prudentius’ Hymns for Hours and Seasons: Liber Cathemerinon (London).

Richardson, N.J. (2016), ‘ “Those miraculous effusions of genius”: the Homeric Hymns seen through the eyes of English poets’, in A. Faulkner, A. Vergados, and A. Schwab (edd.), The Reception of the Homeric Hymns (Oxford), 325-44.

Rodríguez Pérez, D. (2016), ‘Evocative Objects: The Attic Black-Glazed Plemochoai (Exaleiptra) between Archaeology and Vase Painting’, in S. Waite, A. Parkin and J. Boardman (edd.), On the Fascination of Objects: Greek and Etruscan Art in the Shefton Collection (Oxford), 17-29.

Rodríguez Pérez, D. (2016), ‘Guardian Snakes and Combat Myths: An Iconographical Approach’, in C. Lang-Auigner and E. Trinkl (edd.), Pflanzen und Tiere auf griechischen Vasen (Corpus Vasorum Antiquorum Österreich Beifheft 2), 147-55.

Rodríguez Pérez, D., Mannack, T., and Neagu, C. (2016), Beazley and Christ Church. 250 Years of Scholarship on Greek Vases (Oxford).

Rood, T. (2016), ‘“Je viens comme Thémistocle”: Napoleon and national identity after Waterloo’, in T. Fögen and R. Warren (edd), Graeco-Roman Antiquity and the Idea of Nationalism in the Nineteenth Century (Berlin), 71-110.

Rood, T. (2016), ‘Horoscopes of empires: future ruins from Thucydides to Macaulay’, in A. Lianeri (ed.), Knowing Future Time (Trends in Classics Suppl. 32, Berlin), 339-60.

Rood, T. (2016), ‘Mapping spatial and temporal distance: Herodotus, Thucydides, and theories of human development’, in E. Barker, C. Pelling, S. Bouzarovski, and L. Isaksen (edd.), New Worlds out of Old Texts: Developing Techniques for the Spatial Analysis of Ancient Narratives (Oxford), 101-20.

Rood, T., and Huitink, L. (2016), ‘Subordinate commanders in Xenophon’s Anabasis’, in R.

F. Buxton (ed.), Aspects of Leadership in Xenophon (Histos Suppl. 5), 199-242.

Rosenblitt, J. A. (2016), E.E. Cummings’ Modernism and the Classics: Each Imperishable Stanza (Oxford).

Rosenblitt, J. A. (2016), ‘Hostile Politics: Sallust and the rhetoric of popular champions in the late republic’, American Journal of Philology 137.4.

Smith, R. R. R. (2015-16), ‘The long lives of Roman statues: Public monuments in late antique Aphrodisias’, in M. Aurenhammer (ed.), Sculpture in Roman Asia. Proceedings of the Conference in Selcuk 2013 (Vienna).

Smith, R. R. R., and Lenaghan, J. (edd.) (2016), Aphrodisias Papers 5: New Research and Excavation (Journal of Roman Archaeology, Supplementary Series, Providence, Rhode Island), with three articles by RRRS.

Stewart, P. (2016), ‘The Provenance of the Gandhāran “Trojan Horse” Relief in the British Museum’, Arts Asiatiques 71, 3-12.

Stewart, P. (2016), ‘The Beth Alpha Synagogue Mosaic and Late Antique Provincialism’, in C. Hezser and U. Leibner (edd.), Jewish Art in its Late Antique Context (Tübingen), 75-95.

Taylor, B. (2016), ‘Definition and ordinary language in Cicero, De Finibus 2’, Classical Philology 111.1, 54-73.

Taylor, B. (2016), ‘Rationalism and the theatre in Lucretius’, Classical Quarterly n.s. 66.1, 140-54.

Thomas, R. (2016), ‘Performance, audience participation and the dynamics of the fourth- century Assembly and Jury-courts,’ in Claudia Tiersch (ed.), Die athenische Demokratie im 4. Jahrhundert. Zwischen Modernisierung und Tradition, 89-107.

Thomas, R. (2016), ‘Thucydides and his Intellectual Milieu’, in Sarah Forsdyke (ed.), Oxford Handbook of Thucydides.

Thonemann, P. (2016), ‘A Hellenistic isopoliteia Decree from Laodikeia on the Lykos’, Philia 2, 42-51.

Thonemann, P. (2016), ‘Croesus and the Oracles’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 116. Thonemann, P. (2016), The Hellenistic Age, 323–30 BC (Oxford).

Tomlin, R. S. O. (2016), ‘Roman Britain in 2015: Inscriptions’, Britannia 47.

Tomlin, R. S. O. (2016), Roman London's first voices: Writing tablets from the Bloomberg excavations, 2010–14 (Museum of London Archaeology Monograph 72).

West, M. L. (2016), ‘Odysseus re-routed’, Eikasmos 27, 11-23.

West, M. L. (2016), ‘So what is it to be?’ in Dieter Gunkel et al. (edd.), Sahasram ati srajas: Indo-Iranian and Indo-European Studies in Honor of Stephanie Jamison (Ann Arbor and New York), 486-98.

Whitby, M. (2016), ‘Nonnus and biblical epic’, in D. Accorinti (ed.), Brill's Companion to Nonnus of Panopolis (Leiden and Boston), 215-39.

Willi, A. (2016), ‘The language of Greek literature’, in M. Hose and D. Schenker (edd.), A Companion to Greek Literature (Chichester), 443-60.

Willi, A. (2016), ‘The Oscan perfect in -tt-’, Transactions of the Philological Society 114, 75- 94.

Willi, A. (2016), ‘Towards a grammar of narrative voice: from Homeric pragmatics to Hellenistic stylistics’, in N. W. Slater (ed.), Voice and Voices in Antiquity (Orality and Literacy in the Ancient World, 11, Leiden and Boston), 233–59.

Wilson, A. I., and Flohr, M. (edd) (2016), Urban craftsmen and traders in the Roman world (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy, Oxford).

Wilson, A. I., and Flohr, M. (2016), ‘Introduction’, ibid., 1–19.

Wilson, A. I., and Flohr, M. (2016), ‘Roman craftsmen and traders: towards an intellectual history’, ibid., 23–54.

Wilson, A. I. (2016), ‘Rivers, wadis and climate in North Africa: torrents and drought’, in T.

V. Franconi (ed.), Roman Fluvial Landscapes: riverine change and human response under the Roman Empire (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, Portsmouth, R.I.), 111–25.

Wilson, A. I. (2016), ‘Saharan exports to the Roman world’, in D. J. Mattingly, V. Leitch, C.N. Duckworth, A. Cuenod, M. Sterry, and F. Cole (edd), Trade in the Ancient Sahara and Beyond, vol. 1 (Trans-Saharan Archaeology, Cambridge).

Wilson, A. I. (2016), ‘Vaisseaux du désert et emporia des oasis : les réseaux commerciaux du Sahara antique’, in T. Sauzeau and G. Tallet (edd), Mer et désert de l’Antiquité à nos jours. Approches croisées (Rennes).

Wilson, A. I. (2016), ‘The Olympian (Hadrianic) Baths at Aphrodisias: layout, operation, and financing’, in R. R. R. Smith, J. Lenaghan, A. Sokolicek, and K. Welch (edd.), Aphrodisias Papers 5: Excavation and Research at Aphrodisias, 2006–2012 (Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series 103, Portsmouth, Rhode Island), 168– 94.

Wilson, A. I., Russell, B., and Ward, A. (2016), ‘Excavations in an urban park (“South Agora”), 2012’, ibid., 77–90.

Wilson, A. I. (2016), ‘Water, nymphs, and a palm grove: monumental water display at Aphrodisias’, ibid., 100–35.

Wilson, A. I., and Bewley, R., Wilson, A. I., Kennedy, D., Mattingly, D., Banks, R., Bishop, M., Bradbury, J., Cunliffe, E., Fradley, M., Jennings, R., Mason, R., Rayne, L., Sterry, M., Sheldrick, N., Zerbini, A. (2016), ‘Endangered Archaeology in the Middle East and North Africa: Introducing the EAMENA Project’, in S. Campana, R. Scopigno, G. Carpentiero, and M. Cirillo (edd.), CAA2015. Keep the Revolution Going: Proceedings of the 43rd Annual Conference on Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology (Oxford), 919–32.

Wilson, A. I., and Fentress, E. W. B (2016), ‘The Saharan Berber diaspora and the southern frontiers of Byzantine North Africa’, in S. T. Stevens and J. P. Conant (edd.), North Africa under Byzantium and Early Islam (Dumbarton Oaks Byzantine Symposia and Colloquia 7, Washington, D.C.), 41–63.

Wilson, N. G. (2016), Aldus Manutius: the Greek Classics (I Tatti Renaissance Library 70, Harvard).

Wilson, N. G., and Sosower, M. L. (2016), A descriptive catalogue of the Greek MSS of Magdalen College Oxford.

Winterbottom, M. (2016), ‘The style of Aelnoth’, in Münster-Swendsen, M., Heebøll-Holm, T. K. and Olsen Sønnesyn, S. (edd.), Historical and Intellectual Culture in the Long Twelfth Century: The Scandinavian Connection (Toronto), 119-30.

Winterbottom, M. (2016), ‘Karsten Friis-Jensen's preliminary findings towards a new edition of Sven Aggesen’, ibid., 295-317.