Latest GRBS Full of Freebies

From  vol 53.1 (2012)… as far as I can tell, all these are freely downloadable … link at the end:

  • The Betrayal of Aeneas
    Giampiero Scafoglio
  • Dating the Homeric Hymn to Selene: Evidence and Implications
    Alexander E. W. Hall
  • A Citizen as a Slave of the State? Oligarchic Perceptions of Democracy in Xenophon PDF
    Melina Tamiolaki
  • The Discourse of Deception and Characterization in Attic Oratory
    Christos Kremmydas
  • Hyperides and Epopteia: A New Fragment of the Defense of Phryne
    Peter O’Connell
  • Evagrius and Gregory: Nazianzen or Nyssen? Cappadocian (and Origenian) Influence on Evagrius
    Ilaria L. E. Ramelli
  • Unexpected Evidence concerning Gold Mining in Early Byzantium
    Tatyana I. Afanas’eva, Sergey A. Ivanov
  • Another Link in the Golden Chain: Aeneas of Gaza and Zacharias Scholasticus on Plotinus Enn. 4.3
    Sarah Klitenic Wear
  • On the Founder of the Skripou Church: Literary Trends in the Milieu of Photius
    Oscar Prieto-Domínguez
  • Lamentation, History, and Female Authorship in Anna Komnene’s Alexiad
    Leonora Neville
  • Theodore Prodromos’ Bion Prasis: A Reappraisal
    Przemysław Marciniak
  • Reconsidering Renaissance Greek Grammars through the Case of Chrysoloras’ Erotemata
    Erika Nuti

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies

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

Greek and Roman Musical Studies

The first issue of this Brill journal is online and available for free … here’s the description of the journal:

Greek and Roman Musical Studies is a new journal that will publish research papers in the fields of ancient Greek and Roman music, including musical theory, musical archaeology and musical iconography in Classical antiquity, as well as on its reception in later times.

The first issue has a pile of articles, many of which are devoted to a ‘harp’ and aulos found at Daphne: