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Content of Past Volumes of Antichthon

Vol. 47 (2013)
Thematic Issue: Culture, Identity and Politics in the Ancient Mediterranean World

Paul J. Burton
Introduction
i
Erich S. Gruen
Did Romans Have an Ethnic Identity?
1
Margaret Miller
Clothes and Identity: The Case of Greeks in Ionia c. 400 BC
18
Ian Betts and Bruce Marshall
The Lex Calpurnia of 149 BC
39
J. Lea Beness and Tom Hillard
Insulting Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi
61
Kathryn Welch and Hannah Mitchell
Revisiting the Roman Alexander
80
Martin Stone
A Year of One’s Own: Dating the Praetorship of Marcus Crassus
101
Tom Stevenson
The Succession Planning of Augustus
118
Sarah Pierce
Rethinking the Other in Antiquity: Philo of Alexandria on Intermarriage
140
James S. McLaren
The Jews in Rome during the Flavian Period
156
Arthur M. Eckstein
What is an empire and how do you know when you have one?
Rome and the Greek States after 188 BC
173
Peter Edwell
The Euphrates as a Boundary between Rome and Parthia In the Late Republic and Early Empire
191
Paul J. Burton
The International Amicitia between Athens and Rome
207
Notes on Contributors 219

 

Vol. 46 (2012)

David Konstan
The Two Faces of Parrhêsia: Free Speech and Self-Expression in Ancient Greece
1
David Pritchard
Aristophanes and de Ste. Croix: The Value of Old Comedy as Evidence for Athenian Popular Culture
14
Harold Tarrant
The Origins and Shape of Plato’s Six-Book Republic
52
Christopher Matthew
The Length of the Sarissa
79
Christopher Smith
The Origins of the Tribunate of the Plebs
101
Kathryn Welch
Dealing with Caesar: Finding Politics between 42 and 27 BC
126
Alan Cadwallader
Honoring the Repairer of the Baths: A New Inscription from Kolossai
150
Caillan Davenport
The Provincial Appointments of the Emperor Macrinus
184

 

Vol. 45 (2011)

Kurt Raaflaub
Riding on Homer’s Chariot: The Search for a Historical ‘Epic Society’
1
Christopher Ransom
Aspects of Effeminacy and Masculinity in the Iliad
35
Diane Burton
Response and Composition in Archaic Greek Poetry
58
Neil O’Sullivan
“It would be the time to discuss the optatives”: Understanding the Syntax of the Optative from Protagoras to Planudes
77
James Uden
Codeswitches in Caesar and Catullus
113
Ellen Westcott
Suggestions of Sentiment: The Epitaphs of Tomb 87 (Isola Sacra)
131
Tristan Taylor
Magic and Property: The Legal Context to Apuleius’ Apologia
149

 

Vol. 44 (2010)

Oliver Taplin
Tragic Life-Journeys and Real-Life Journeys: The Place Where Three Ways Meet’
1
Andrew Stewart
A Tale of Seven Nudes: The Capitoline and Medici Aphrodites, Four Nymphs at Elean Kerakleia, and an Aphrodite at Megalopolis
12
Babette Pütz and Kenneth Sheedy
Bad Hair Day: Some Mementos of New Comedy Refurbished
33
Christopher Matthew
The Battle of Vercellae and the Alteration of the Heavy Javelin (Pilum) by Gaius Marius – 101 BC
50
Ronald T. Ridley
Eulogy of the Lost Republic or Acceptance of the New Monarchy? Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita
68
Danijel Dzino
Aspects of Identity-Construction and Cultural Mimicry among Dalmatian Sailors in the Roman Navy
96
Christopher Flynn and John Sheldon
Menander’s Dyskolos at Sydney, 1959-2009
111

 

Vol. 43 (2009) – A thematic volume: Roman Byways
Papers from a Conference in Memory of Charles Tesoriero

Lindsay and Patricia Watson
Introduction
i
Peter Davis
Remembering Ovid: The Io Episode in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica
1
Parshia Lee-Stecum
Persona and Power in Horace’s First Book of Epistles
12
Maxine Lewis
Audience, Communication and Textuality in Catullus Carmen 67
34
Frances Mills
The Agony of Departure: Silius Italicus’ Punica 17.149-290
50
Grant Parker
Highways into Byways: The Travels of Tiberius
64
John Penwill
The Double Visions of Pompey and Caesar
79
Tom Stevenson
Acceptance of the Title Pater Patriae in 2 BC
97

 

Vol. 42 (2008)

David Braund
Royal Scythians and the Slave-Trade in Herodotus’ Scythia
1
Harold Tarrant
The Dramatic Background of the Arguments with Callicles, Euripides’ Antiope, and an Athenian Anti-Intellectual Argument
20
Giulia Torello
The Resurrection of Aristeides, Miltiades, Solon and Perikles in Eupolis’ Demes
40
Dougal Blyth
Comical Metrical Signatures in Menander’s Dyskolos
56
Lara O’Sullivan
Le Roi Soleil
: Demetrius Poliorcetes and the Dawn of the Sun-King
78
Jane Bellemore
Cicero’s Retreat from Rome in Early 58 BC
100
G.H.R. Horsley
Cornford Mythistoricus
121

 

Vol. 41 (2007)

Bronwyn Hopwood
The Testament of Sempronius Tuditanus
1
Paul Burton
Genre and Fact in the Preface to Cicero’s De Amicitia
13
John Curran
The Ambitions of Quintus Labienus ‘Parthicus’
33
Barbara K. Gold
The Natural and Unnatural Silence of Women in the Elegies of Propertius
54
Anna M. Silvas
In Quest of Basil’s Retreat: An Expedition to Ancient Pontus
73
John Davidson
Euripides’ Bacchae in New Zealand Dress
97
Patrick O’Sullivan and Judith Maitland
Greek and Latin Teaching in Australian and New Zealand Universities: A 2005 Survey
109

 

Vol. 40 (2006) – A thematic volume: Catullus in Contemporary Perspective

Marguerite Johnson (Guest Editor)
Introduction
i
Judy Deuling
Catullus 17 and 67, and the Catullan Construct
1
John Curran
The Ambitions of Quintus Labienus ‘Parthicus’
33
† Charles Tesoriero
Hidden Kisses in Catullus: Poems 5, 6, 7 and 8
10
James Uden
Embracing the Young Man in Love: Catullus 75 and the Comic Adulescens
19
Lindsay Watson
Catullus and the Poetics of Incest
35
Ellen Greene
Catullus, Caesar and Roman Masculine Identity
49
Judith Hallett
Catullus and Horace on Roman Women Poets
65
Jacqueline Clarke
Bridal Songs: Catullan Epithalamia and Prudentius Peristephanon 3
89
Anna Jackson
Catullus in the Playground
104

 

 

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