• 2013.03.45:  Maria Wyke, Caesar in the USA. bmcr2
  • 2013.03.44:  Emmanuelle Raymond, Vox poetae: manifestations auctoriales dans l’épopée gréco-latine. Actes du colloque organisé les 13 et 14 novembre 2008 par l’Université Lyon 3. Collection du Centre d’études et de recherches sur l’Occident romain – CEROR, 39.
  • 2013.03.43:  Kay Ehling, Gregor Weber, Konstantin der Grosse zwischen Sol und Christus. Zaberns Bildbände zur Archäologie.
  • 2013.03.42:  Pierluigi Leone Gatti, Nina Mindt, Undique mutabant atque undique mutabantur. Beiträge zur augusteischen Literatur und ihren Transformationen. Vertumnus, Bd 8.
  • 2013.03.41:  Elise A. Friedland, The Roman Marble Sculptures from the Sanctuary of Pan at Caesarea Philippi/Panias (Israel). American Schools of Oriental Research Archaeological Reports No. 17.
  • 2013.03.40:  Sandrine Dubel, Sophie Gotteland, Estelle Oudot, Éclats de littérature grecque d’Homère à Pascal Quignard : mélanges offerts à Suzanne Saïd.
  • 2013.03.39:  Daniel J. Geagan, Inscriptions: The Dedicatory Monumnts. The Athenian Agora 18.
  • 2013.03.38:  Roger Scott, Byzantine Chronicles and the Sixth Century. Variorum collected studies series, CS 1004.
  • 2013.03.37:  Ergün Lafli, Eva Christof, Michael Metcalfe, Hadrianopolis I: Inschriften aus Paphlagonia. BAR international series, 2366.
  • 2013.03.36:  Gocha R. Tsetskhladze, The Black Sea, Greece, Anatolia and Europe in the First Millennium BC. Colloquia antiqua, 1.
  • 2013.03.35:  Beatrice Lietz, La dea di Erice e la sua diffusione nel Mediterraneo: un culto tra Fenici, Greci e Romani. Tesi. Classe di lettere, 8.
  • 2013.03.34:  Eugene Afonasin, John Dillon, John F. Finamore, Iamblichus and the Foundations of Late Platonism. Ancient Mediterranean and medieval texts and contexts; Studies in Platonism, Neoplatonism, and the Platonic tradition, 13.
  • 2013.03.33:  Roslyn Weiss, Philosophers in the ‘Republic’: Plato’s Two Paradigms. Ithaca;
  • 2013.03.32:  Stanley Ireland, Menander: the Shield (Aspis) and the Arbitration (Epitrepontes). Aris and Phillips classical texts.
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