Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews

  • 2012.12.04:  A. J. S. Spawforth, Greece and the Augustan Cultural Revolution. Greek culture in the Roman worldbmcr2
  • 2012.12.03:  Gian Luca Gregori, Ludi e munera. 25 anni di ricerche sugli spettacoli d’età romana. Scritti vari rielaborati e aggiornati con la collaborazione di Giorgio Crimi e Maurizio Giovagnoli.
  • 2012.12.02:  Martina Seifert, Dazugehören: Kinder in Kulten und Festen von Oikos und Phratrie: Bildanalysen zu attischen Sozialisationsstufen des 6. bis 4. Jahrhunderts v. Chr.
  • 2012.11.65:  Ulrich Gehn, Ehrenstatuen in der Spätantike: Chlamydati und Togati. Spätantike – frühes Christentum – Byzanz. Reihe B, Studien und Perspektiven, Bd 34.
  • 2012.11.64:  Paolo Mastandrea, Linda Spinazzè, Nuovi archivi e mezzi d’analisi per i testi poetici. I lavori del progetto Musisque Deoque. Sottotitolo, Venezia 21 – 23 giugno 2010./ Supplementi di Lexis, 60.
  • 2012.11.63:  Vassilios P. Vertoudakis, Το όγδοο βιβλίο της Παλατινής Ανθολογίας. Μια μελέτη των επιγραμμάτων του Γρηγορίου του Ναζιανζηνού.
  • 2012.11.62:  Giovanni A. Cecconi, Chantal Gabrielli, Politiche religiose nel mondo antico e tardoantico: poteri e indirizzi, forme del controllo, idee e prassi di tolleranza. Atti del convegno internazionale di studi, Firenze, 24-26 settembre 2009. Munera, 33.
  • 2012.11.61:  Anne Lykke, Friedrich Schipper, Kult und Macht: Religion und Herrschaft im syro-palästinischen Raum Studien zu ihrer Wechselbeziehung in hellenistisch-römischer Zeit. Wissenschaftliche Untersuchungen zum Neuen Testament 2.Reihe, 319.
  • 2012.11.60:  Hadrien Bru, Le pouvoir impérial dans les provinces syriennes: représentations et célébrations d’Auguste à Constantin (31 av. J.-C.-337 ap. J.-C.). Culture and history of the ancient Near East, 49.
  • 2012.11.59:  Christopher Allmand, The ‘De Re Militari’ of Vegetius. The Reception, Transmission and Legacy of a Roman Text in the Middle Ages.
  • 2012.11.58:  Maggie Kilgour, Milton and the Metamorphosis of Ovid. Classical presences.
  • 2012.11.57:  Lucy Grig, Gavin Kelly, Two Romes: Rome and Constantinople in Late Antiquity. Oxford studies in late antiquity.
  • 2012.11.56:  Wim M. J. van Binsbergen, Eric Venbrux, New Perspectives on Myth. Proceedings of the Second Annual Conference of the International Association for Comparative Mythology, Ravenstein (The Netherlands), 19-21 August, 2008. PIP-TraCS – Papers in intercultural philosophy and transcontinental comparative studies, 5.
  • 2012.11.55:  Christophe Bocherens, Nani in festa: iconografia, religione e politica a Ostia durante il secondo triumvirato.
  • 2012.11.54:  Theodosia Stephanidou-Tiveriou, Pavlina Karanastase, Demetres Damaskos, Κλασική παράδοση και νεωτερικά στοιχεία στην πλαστική της ρωμαϊκής Ελλάδας. Proceedings of the International Conference in Thessaloniki, 7-9 May 2009.
  • 2012.11.53:  Michael Squire, Image and Text in Graeco-Roman Antiquity.
  • 2012.11.52:  Carlos F. Noreña, Imperial Ideals in the Roman West: Representation, Circulation, Power.
  • 2012.11.51:  Giulia Caneva, Il codice botanico di Augusto: Roma, Ara Pacis: parlare al popolo attraverso le immagini della natura = The Augustus botanical code: Rome, Ara Pacis: speaking to the people through the images of nature.
  • 2012.11.50:  Roberta Stewart, Plautus and Roman Slavery.
  • 2012.02.48:  Giovanni Parmeggiani, Eforo di Cuma: studi di storiografia greca. Studi di storia, 14.
  • 2012.02.49:  Maria Caccamo Caltabiano, Carmela Raccuia, Elena Santagati, Tyrannis, Basileia, Imperium: forme, prassi e simboli del potere politico nel mondo greco e romano. Atti delle Giornate seminariali in onore di S. Nerina Consolo Langher, Messina, 17-19 dicembre 2007. Pelorias, 18.
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