Bryn Mawr Classical Reviews

In the hecticity of the last couple of weeks of school, I fear I’ve fallen far behind with these, so here’s  a random grab of the most recent in the hopes I get most of what I’ve missed:

  • 2012.06.54:  Dominique Charpin, Reading and Writing in Babylon. (Translated by Jane Marie Todd).
  • 2012.06.53:  Jean-Christophe Couvenhes, Sandrine Crouzet, Sandra Péré-Noguès, Pratiques et identités culturelles des armées hellénistiques du monde méditerranéen. Hellenistic Warfare 3.
  • 2012.06.52:  Donald Fairbairn, Understanding Language: a Guide for Beginning Students of Greek and Latin.
  • 2012.06.51:  Marek Winiarczyk, Die hellenistischen Utopien. Beiträge zur Altertumskunde, Bd 293.
  • 2012.06.50:  Christine Mauduit, Pascale Paré-Rey, Les maximes théâtrales en Grèce et à Rome: transferts, réécritures, remplois.
  • 2012.06.49:  François Hinard, Rome, la dernière République: recueil d’articles. Scripta antiqua, 32.
  • 2012.06.48:  Anne Friedrich, Anna Katharina Frings, Claudius Claudianus, Der Raub der Proserpina. Edition Antike.
  • 2012.06.47:  Claude Calame, Sentiers transversaux: Entre poétiques grecques et politiques contemporaines. Collection Horos.
  • 2012.06.46:  Simon James, Rome and the Sword: How Warriors and Weapons Shaped Roman History.
  • 2012.06.45:  Zachary P. Biles, Aristophanes and the Poetics of Competition.
  • 2012.06.44:  Cinzia Bearzot, Franca Landucci, Luisa Prandi, L’Athenaion politeia rivisitata: il punto su Pseudo-Senofonte. Contributi di storia antica, 9.
  • 2012.06.43:  Ian P. Haynes, Early Roman Thrace: New Evidence from Bulgaria. Journal of Roman Archaeology Supplementary Series, 82.
  • 2012.06.42:  Katja Wedekind, Religiöse Experten im lokalen Kontext: Kommunikationsmodelle in christlichen Quellen des 1.-3 Jhs. n. Chr. Pietas, Bd 4.
  • 2012.06.41:  Nicolas Wiater, The Ideology of Classicism: Language, History, and Identity in Dionysius of Halicarnassus. Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte, Bd 105.
  • 2012.06.40:  Daniel Orrells, Gurminder K. Bhambra, Tessa Roynon, African Athena: New Agendas. Classical Presences.
  • 2012.06.39:  Licia Landi, Luigi Scarpa, Meeting the Challenge: Bringing Classical Texts to Life in the Classroom. Proceedings of a SSIS conference in Venice, July 2008. Institutio, 4.1-3 (2008).
  • 2012.06.38:  Hans Beck, Antonio Duplá, Martin Jehne, Francisco Pina Polo, Consuls and ‘Res Publica’: Holding High Office in the Roman Republic.
  • 2012.06.37:  Francesco D’Andria, Ilaria Romeo, Roman Sculpture in Asia Minor. Proceedings of the International Conference to celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Italian excavations at Hierapolis in Phrygia, held on May 24-26, 2007, in Cavallino (Lecce).

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