JOURNAL OF ROMAN STUDIES 89 1999

 

ARTICLES

Brian Bosworth:  Augustus, the Res Gestae and Hellenistic Theories of Apotheosis, 1-18

Bruce Gibson:  Ovid on Reading: Reading Ovid. Reception in Ovid Tristia II, 19-37

Rebecca Flemming:  Quae Corpore Quaestum Facit: The Sexual Economy of Female Prostitution in the Roman Empire, 38-61

W. V. HarrisDemography, Geography and the Sources of Roman Slaves, 62-75

Werner Eck;  The Bar Kokhba Revolt: The Roman Point of View, 76-89

Fergus Millar:  The Greek East and Roman Law: The Dossier of M. Cn. Licinius Rufinus, 90-108

J. N. AdamsThe Poets of Bu Njem: Language, Culture and the Centurionate, 109-34

J. B. RivesThe Decree of Decius and the Religion of Empire, 135-54

R. R. R. Smith:  Late Antique Portraits in a Public Context: Honorific Statuary at Aphrodisias in Caria, A.D. 300–600, 155-89

 

SURVEY ARTICLE

Sara MyersThe Metamorphosis of a Poet: Recent Work on Ovid, 190-204

 

REVIEW ARTICLE

Ingrid A. R. de Smet:  Not for Classicists? The State of Neo-Latin Studies (reviews G. Tournoy and D. Sacré (Eds), Ut Granum Sinapis. Essays on Neo-Latin Literature in Honour of Jozef IJsewijn), 205-9

 

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(in alphabetical order)

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Böhm, S., Die Münzen der römischen Republik und ihre Bildquellen (by A. Burnett), 228

Bon, S. E., and R. Jones (Eds), Sequence and Space in Pompeii (by S. Scott), 249-50

Boyle, A. J., Tragic Seneca: an Essay in the Theatrical Tradition (by C. Edwards), 243-4

Brown, P. M., Lucretius De Rerum Natura III (by G. Campbell), 228-9

Brown, P., The Rise of Western Christendom. Triumph and Diversity, AD 200–1000 (by C. Wickham), 250-2

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Damon, C., The Mask of the Parasite: a Pathology of Roman Patronage (by A. Avidov), 212-13

Delaine, J., The Baths of Caracalla. A Study in the Design, Construction and Economics of Large-scale Building Projects in Imperial Rome (by A. Claridge), 248-9

Delarue, F., S. Georgacoupolou, P. Laurens, and A.-M. Taisne (Eds), Epicedion. Hommage à P. Papinus Statius (by M. Leigh), 244-5

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Futrell, A., Blood in the Arena (by P. Plass),             236-7

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Hardie, P., Virgil (by J. Godwin), 239

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Knox, P., and C. Foss (Eds), Style and Tradition: Studies in Honour of Wendell Clausen (by B. Gibson), 221-2

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Kyle, D. G., Spectacles of Death in Ancient Rome (by P. Plass), 236-7

Lee-Stecum, P., Powerplay in Tibullus: Reading Elegies Book One (by N. Holzberg), 242

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Lowrie, M., Horace's Narrative Odes (by R. O. A. M. Lyne), 241-2

Markus, R. A., Gregory the Great and his World (by C. Leyser), 253-4

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Schäfer, P., Judeophobia: Attitudes toward the Jews in the Ancient World (by M. H. Williams), 213

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Smith, J. T., Roman Villas: a Study in Social Structure (by S. Scott), 249-50

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