Freebies From the Latest ABSA

The latest Annual of the British School at Athens features three articles that are free until the end of April:

  • Aitia, astronomy and the timing of the Arrhēphoria
    Efrosyni Boutsikas and Robert Hannah
  • The rediscovery of Greek Rosso Antico Marble and its use in Britain in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries
    Peter Warren
  • Mycenae revisited Part 4: Assessing the new data
    O.T.P.K. Dickinson, Lena Papazoglou-Manioudaki, Argyro Nafplioti and A.J.N.W. Prag

… access them here: Annual of the British School at Athens

TOC: Illinois Classical Studies 37 (2012)

[I've been thinking of regularly posting TOCs when they show up in my mailbox … not sure if it's necessary]

In the latest ICS:

Volume 37 (2012)

Aphrodite against Athena, Artemis, and Hestia: A Contest of erga
Polyxeni Strolonga, Franklin and Marshall College

Anthemus and Hippias: The Policy of Amyntas I
I. K. Xydopoulos, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki

Cockfighting and the Iconography of Panathenaic Amphorae
Christopher Eckerman, University of Oregon

Plutarch on the Statesman: Stability, Change, and Regret
Laurel Fulkerson, Florida State University

Agesilaus and the Case of the Lame Dancer
David Sansone, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Performing the Patron-Client Relationship: Dramaturgical Cues in Horace’s Sermones 2.5
V. Sophie Klein, Boston University

Anchises Censorius: Vergil, Augustus, and the Census of 28 B.C.E.
Eric Kondratieff, Western Kentucky University

Why is Jason Climbing the Dragon? A Hidden Catasterism in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica 8
Cristiano Castelletti, Fribourg University

The Manipulation of Juno’s μῆνιϛ:A Note on Lucan’s BC 9.505 and Silius Italicus’ Pun. 12.284
Christopher Trinacty, Oberlin College

Imperial and Rhetorical Hunting in Pliny’s Panegyricus
Eleni Manolaraki, University of South Florida

"The Old Vines Are Buried Deep": Classical Motifs in John Frankenheimer’s Seconds
Sean Easton, Gustavus Adolphus College