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Submissions from 2013

Roman Literature, Gender, and Reception: Domina illustris, Donald Lateiner, Barbara Gold, and Judith Perkins

Submissions from 2012

Andromeda, Perseus, and the End of the Astronomica, Lee M. Fratantuono

Madness Triumphant: A Reading of Lucan's “Pharsalia”, Lee M. Fratantuono

Nondum Proserpina abstulerat: Persephone in the Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

Princeps ante omnis: Palinurus and the Eerie End of Virgil's Protesilaus, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of A Most Dangerous Book: Tacitus' “Germania” from the Roman Empire to the Third Reich, by Christopher B. Krebs, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Virgil, by R. A. Smith, Lee M. Fratantuono

Virgil's Camilla and the Authenticity of the Helen Episode, Lee M. Fratantuono

Gendered Places in Two Later Ancient Novels (Aithiopika, Historia Apollonii), Donald Lateiner

Herodotos the Pathographer: Persian and Hellenic Grief Displays, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Cruelty and Sentimentality: Greek Attitudes to Animals, 600-300 BC, by Louise Calder, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Emotion, Genre and Gender in Classical Antiquity, by Dana LaCourse Munteanu, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Myth, Truth, and Narrative in Herodotus, edited by Emily Baragwanath and Mathieu De Bakker, Donald Lateiner

Thucydides and Herodotus, Donald Lateiner and Edith Foster

Renaissance Anthropologies and the Conception of Man, Caroline G. Stark

Submissions from 2011

Decusfluviorum: Juturna in the Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Dirarum ab sede dearum: Virgil's Fury Allecto, the Dirae, and Jupiter's Parthian Defeat, Lee M. Fratantuono

Inque dei latuit terrore Lycaei: Latent Lycanthropy in Valerius and Virgil, Lee M. Fratantuono

Madness Transformed: A Reading of Ovid's Metamorphoses, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Playing Gods: Ovid's "Metamorphoses" and the Politics of Fiction, by Andrew Feldherr, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Servio e lapoesia della scienza, by Maria Luisa Delvigo, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Sub imagine somni: Nighttime Phenomena in Greco-Roman Culture, edited by Emma Scioli and Christine Walde, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Virgil in the Renaissance, by David Scott Wilson-Okamura, Lee M. Fratantuono

Bathing, Donald Lateiner

Body Language, Donald Lateiner

Feasting, Donald Lateiner

Herodotus, 'the Father of History' or 'the Father of Lies?, Donald Lateiner

Ivory, Donald Lateiner

Laughter, Donald Lateiner

Oaths, Donald Lateiner

Old Age, Donald Lateiner

Olives, Donald Lateiner

Omens, Donald Lateiner

Prayer, Donald Lateiner

Review of Homer: "Odyssey, " Books WII and NIII, edited by Deborah Steiner, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Song of Wrath: The Peloponnesian War Begins, by J. E. Lendon, Donald Lateiner

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Review of The Greeks and Their Past: Poetry, Oratory and History in the Fifth Century BCE, by Jonas Grethlein, Donald Lateiner

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Review of The War that Killed Achilles: The True Story of Homer's "Iliad' and the Trojan War, by Caroline Alexander, Donald Lateiner

Trees, Donald Lateiner

Utensils, Donald Lateiner

Weeping, Donald Lateiner

Youth, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2010

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Nivales Socii: Caesar, Mamurra, and the Snow of Catullus C. 57, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Pius Amor: Nisus, Euryalus, and the Footrace of Aeneid V, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Aetna, edited by Robinson Ellis, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Antony and Cleopatra, by Adrian Goldsworthy, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Q. Curtius Rufus Historiae. Bibliotheca Teubneriana, edited by Carlo M. Lucarini, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Camilla and Cydippe: A Note on Aeneid 1 1, 581-582, Lee M. Fratantuono and Michael McOsker

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Review of Narrative and Identity in the Ancient Greek Novel: Returning Romance, by Tim Whitmarsh, Donald Lateiner

Review of The Cambridge Companion to Greek and Roman Novel, edited by Tim Whitmarsh, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2009

A Commentary on Virgil, Aeneid XI, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Chiastic Doom in the Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

Seraque terrifici: Archery, Fire, and the Enigmatic Portent of Aeneid V, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Marco Girolamo Vida. Christiad. The I Tatti Renaissance Library, translated by James Gardner, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Petronius: A Handbook, edited by Jonathan Prag and Ian Repath, Lee M. Fratantuono

Greek and Roman Kissing: Occasions, Protocols, Methods, and Mistakes, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Reading Herodotus : a Study of the Logoi in Book 5 of Herodotus' Histories, edited by Elizabeth Irwin and Emily Greenwood, Donald Lateiner

Tears and Crying in Hellenic Historiography: Dacryology from Herodotus to Polybius, Donald Lateiner

Tears in Apuleiust Metamorphoses, Donald Lateiner

Transsexuals and Transvestites in Ovid's Metamorphoses, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2008

Laviniaque venit litora: Blushes, Bees, and Virgil's Lavinia, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Velocem potuit domuisse puellam: Propertius, Catullus, and Atlanta's Race, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Review of Herodotus: Histories. Book V Ill. Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics, edited by A.M. Bowie, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Xenophon's Retreat: Greece, Persia and the End of the Golden Age, by Robin Waterfield, Donald Lateiner

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See and Be Scene: Posture, Posturing, and Preposterous Imposters, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2007

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A Brief Reflection on the Gates of Sleep, Lee M. Fratantuono

Madness Unchained: A Reading of Virgil's Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

Appendix P, Donald Lateiner

Contest (Agon) in Thucydides, Donald Lateiner

Obscenity in Catullus, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Thermopylae: The Battle that Changed the World by Paul Cartledge, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2006

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The Ohio Wesleyan "Virgil Vigil", Lee M. Fratantuono and Donald Lateiner

Introduction and Notes, Donald Lateiner

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Review of Historical Commentary on Herodotus Book 6. Mnemosyne, by L. Scott, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2005

Classical Mythology, Prime-Time Television, Lee M. Fratantuono

Diana in the Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

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Note di Lettura, The Penultimate Books of The Aeneid, Lee M. Fratantuono

Trickery and Deceit in Aeneid 11, Lee M. Fratantuono

Introduction and Notes, Donald Lateiner

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Signifying Names and Other Ominous Accidental Utterances in "Classical Historiography", Donald Lateiner

Telemakhos' One Sneeze and Penelope's Two Laughs (Odyssey 17.541-50, 18.158-68), Donald Lateiner

The Pitiers and the Pitied in Herodotus and Thucydides, Donald Lateiner

Submissions from 2004

Translating Hélène Cixous's Tambours sur la digue: The Ineffable on Stage, Anu Aneja

The Illiad: an Unpredictable Classic, Donald Lateiner