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Edited by Fiona Hobden and Christopher Tuplin
The fourth century author Xenophon -- historian, philosopher, man of action – produced an output notable for diversity of content and consistency of moral outlook. This book explores some of the ethical and historical dimensions of this oeuvre.
Danielle van Mal-Maeder
Centré sur les déclamations latines, ce livre jette un regard nouveau sur la nature littéraire de ces textes souvent sousestimés, sur leur caractère fictionnel et sur leur relation avec la poésie et le roman. Focussing on the Latin declamations, this book shines a new light on the literary ...
This volume provides a new analysis of the Greek traditions with regard to Xerxes' expedition, offering novel views on the naval factors influencing Persian policies, on Persian naval strength, on the operations culminating in the battle of Salamis, and on the battle itself.
Edited by Kathryn Lomas
This collection of essays, in honour of Professor B.B. Shefton, provides an innovative exploration of the culture of the Greek colonies of the Western Mediterranean, their relations with their non-Greek neigbours, and the evolution of distinctive regional identities.
Joseph A. Almeida
In an interdisciplinary approach, this book examines the meaning of dike or justice in Solon’ political poems from an interpretative perspective provided by the polis idea arising from the work of new classical archaeology.
John D. Grainger
The first detailed examination of the collison of Rome and the Seleukid kingdom which ended in the battle of Magnesia, 189 BC, provides a case study in ancient diplomacy and war.
Edited by Vanessa B. Gorman and Eric W. Robinson
This Festschrift offers a range of essays in ancient Greek and Roman history, mirroring the diverse abilities of the honoree, A. J. Graham. Topics include colonization, constitutional history, and military history.
This book contains all the papers on Greek Colonization published by A. J. Graham over the last forty years. In addition, it includes one new paper, not previously published, entitled 'Thasian Controversies'.
Edited by Mary Whitby
The 13 essays presented here shed new light on the role of panegyric in the western and eastern Roman Empire in the late antique world. The core of the volume deals with prose and verse panegyric under the Christian Roman Empire (4th-7th century)
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