THE JOURNAL OF ROMAN STUDIES 91 (2001)

 

CONTENTS

ARTICLES

Walter ScheidelRoman Age Structure: Evidence and Models, 1-26

Andrew Meadows and Jonathan Williams:  Moneta and the Monumenta: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome, 27-49

Neville Morley:  The Transformation of Italy 225–28 B.C., 50-62

Stefan G. CrissanthosCaesar and the Mutiny of 47 B.C., 63-75

Matthew Fox:  Dionysius, Lucian and the Prejudice against Rhetoric in History, 76-93

Katherine Clarke:  An Island Nation: Re-reading Tacitus' Agricola, 94-112

Luke Roman:  The Representation of Literary Materiality in Martial's Epigrams, 113-45

Carlos F. NoreñaThe Communication of the Emperor's Virtues, 146-68

Peter Temin:  A Market Economy in the Early Roman Empire, 169-81

 

REVIEW ARTICLE

T.P. Wiseman:  Reading Carandini, 182-93

 

REVIEWS (in alphabetical order)

 

Adams, J. N., and R. G. Mayer (Eds), Aspects of the Language of Latin Poetry (by R. K. Gibson), 207-8

Albrecht, M. von, Roman Epic. An Interpretative Introduction (by P. Hardie), 214

Andreau, J., Banking and Business in the Roman World (by D. W. Rathbone), 201

Angelis, F. de, and S. Muth (Eds), Im Spiegel des Mythos. Bilderwelt und Lebenswelt / Lo specchio del mito. Immaginario e realità (by J. Elsner), 200

Ash, R., Ordering Anarchy: Armies and Leaders in Tacitus’ Histories (by V. E. Pagan), 252-3

Athanassiadi, P., Damascius: The Philosophical History. Text with Translation and Notes (by R. M. van den Berg), 269

Atherton, C. (Ed.), Form and Content in Didactic Poetry (by K. Volk), 216-17

Beissinger, M., J. Tylus and S. Wofford (Eds), Epic Traditions in the Contemporary World: The Poetics of Community (by C. Martindale), 215-16

Billerbeck, M., Seneca, Hercules Furens. Einleitung, Text, Übersetzung und Kommentar (by A. Kershaw), 249-50

Boatwright, M. T., Hadrian and the Cities of the Roman Empire (by R. Alston), 228

Braund, S., and R. Mayer (Eds), Amor: Roma, Love and Latin Literature. Eleven Essays  (and one Poem) by Former Research Students, Presented to E. J. Kenney on his Seventy-fifth Birthday (by P. E. Knox), 218-19

Cameron, A., and P. Garnsey (Eds), The Cambridge Ancient History XIII. The Late Empire, a.d. 337–425 (by C. Wickham), 258-61

Camodeca, G., Tabulae Pompeianae Sulpiciorum (TPSulp): Edizione critica dell’ archivio puteolano dei Sulpicii (by E. Metzger), 234-6

Cancik, H., and J. Rüpke (Eds), Römische Reichsreligion und Provinzialreligion (by E. Sauer), 205-6

Cébeillac-Gervasoni, M., Les magistrats des cités italiennes de la seconde guerre punique à Auguste: le Latium et la Campanie (by M. Pobjoy), 222-3

Clauss, M., Kaiser und Gott: Herrscherkult im römischen Reich (by S. J. Friesen), 233

Corcoran, S. J. J., The Empire of the Tetrarchs: Imperial Pronouncements and Government, a.d. 284–324 (by R. W. B. Salway), 261-3

Dirven, L. A., The Palmyrenes of Dura-Europos: a Study of Religious Interaction in Roman Syria (by F. Millar), 204-5

Dodaro, R., and G. Lawless (Eds), Augustine and his Critics. Essays in Honour of Gerald Bonner (by C. Conybeare), 268-9

Donalson, M. D., The Domestic Cat in Roman Civilization  (by S. Hales), 203-4

Dondin-Payre, M., and M.-T. Raepsaet-Charlier (Eds), Cités, municipes, colonies. Les processus de municipalisation en Gaule et en Germanie sous le haut empire romain (by J. F. Drinkwater), 228-30

Dunbabin, K. M. D., Mosaics of the Greek and Roman World (by R. Westgate), 200-1

Edwards, M., M. Goodman, and S. Price (Eds),  Apologetics in the Roman Empire. Pagans, Jews and Christians (by G. Clark), 264-6

Ellis, S. P., Roman Housing (by R. Laurence), 203

Engels, J., Augusteische Oikumenegeographie und Universalhistorie im Werk Strabons von Amaseia (by K. Clarke), 245-6

Enterline, L., The Rhetoric of the Body from Ovid to Shakespeare (by G. Liveley), 244

Fabre-Serris, J., and A. Deremetz, Élégie et épopée dans la poésie ovidienne (Héroïdes et Amours), en hommage à Simone Viarre (by P. E. Knox), 218-19

Fitzgerald, W., Slavery and the Roman Literary Imagination (by J. Henderson), 210-11

Fowler, D., Roman Constructions: Readings in Postmodern Latin (by D. Feeney), 212-14

Franchet d’Espèrey, S., Conflicte, violence et non-violence dans la Thébaïde de Stace (by R. Parkes)          , 250-1

Freyberger, B., Südgallien im 1. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Phasen, Konsequenzen und Grenzen römischer Eroberung (125–27/22 v.Chr.) (by J. F. Drinkwater), 228-30

Gasser, F., Germana Patria. Die Geburtsheimat in den Werken römischer Autoren der späten Republik und der frühen Kaiserzeit (by A. Feldherr), 211-12

Godwin, J., Catullus. The Shorter Poems (by D. Garrison), 225-6

Greene, E., The Erotics of Domination: Male Desire and the Mistress in Latin Love Poetry (by A. Sharrock), 219

Groß-Albenhausen, K., Imperator Christianissimus. Der christliche Kaiser bei Ambrosius und Johannes Chrysostomus (by J. W. Drijvers), 267

Grove, A. T., and O. Rackham, The Nature of Mediterranean Europe. An Ecological History (by L. Nixon), 196-7

Günther, H.-C., Quaestiones Propertianae (by G. Liveley), 240-1

Haensch, R., Capita Provinciarum: Statthaltersitze und Provinzialverwaltung in der römischen Kaiserzeit (by G. Burton), 226-7

Hallett, J. P., and M. B. Skinner (Eds), Roman Sexualities (by A. Sharrock), 220

Hardie, P., A. Barchiesi and S. Hinds (Eds),  Ovidian Transformation: Essays on Ovid’s Metamorphoses and its Reception (by S. Wheeler), 242-4

Hargis, J. W., Against the Christians. The Rise of Early Anti-Christian Polemic (by M. J. Edwards), 266-7

Harrison, S. J., Apuleius: A Latin Sophist (by A. Cucchiarelli), 255-7

Hauken, T., Petition and Response. An Epigraphic Study of Petitions to Roman Emperors, 181–249 (by G. Rowe), 232-3

Healy, J. F., Pliny the Elder on Science and Technology (by G. Fagan), 248-9

Hermon, E. (Ed.), La question agraire à Rome: droit romain et société (by A. Lintott), 201-2

Hoffer, S. E., The Anxieties of Pliny the Younger (by M. Griffin), 253-4

Hofmann, H. (Ed.), Latin Fiction: the Latin Novel in Context (by S. J. Harrison), 257-8

Hopkins, K., A World Full of Gods. Pagans, Jews and Christians in the Roman Empire (by G. Clark), 264-6

Hunt, T. J., A Textual History of Cicero’s Academici Libri (by J. G. F. Powell), 224-5

Hurst, H., The Sanctuary of Tanit at Carthage in the Roman Period. A Reinterpretation (by R. J. A. Wilson), 198-200

Inwood, B., and J. Mansfeld (Eds), Assent and Argument: Studies in Cicero’s Academic Books (by J. G. F. Powell), 224-5

Jenkyns, R., Vergil’s Experience. Nature and History: Times, Names and Places (by J. Farrell)       , 237-8

Keith, A. M., Engendering Rome: Women in Latin Epic (by P. Salzman-Mitchell), 214-15

Kern, P. B., Ancient Siege Warfare (by K. Gilliver), 202-3

Klingshirn, W. E., and M. Vessey (Eds), The Limits of Christianity. Essays on Late Antique Thought and Culture in Honor of R. A. Markus (by G. Clark), 264-6

Lacey, W. K., Augustus and the Principate: the Evolution of the System (by J. Thorne), 230-1

Langslow, D. R., Medical Latin in the Roman Empire (by F. Stok), 209-10

Leibinger, H., Kultische Situation in lyrischer und epischer Dichtung. Untersuchungen zum Realitätsbezug in einigen Gedichten von Horaz, Properz, Tibull, Statius und Claudian (by L. Galasso), 217-18

Lintott, A., The Constitution of the Roman Republic (By H. Mouritsen), 221

Lobe, M., Die Gebärden in Vergils Aeneis. Zur Bedeutung und Funktion von Körpersprache im römischen Epos (by I. Gildenhard), 238

Macmullen, R., Romanization in the Time of Augustus (by J. Thorne), 230-1

Magnaldi, G., and G. F. Gianotti, Apuleio. Storia del testo e interpretazioni (by A. Cucchiarelli), 255-7

Mason, S. (Ed.), Understanding Josephus: Seven Perspectives (by J. S. McLaren), 248

Minkova, M., The Personal Names of the Latin Inscriptions in Bulgaria (by M. Slavova), 236-7

Moore, T. J., The Theater of Plautus. Playing to the Audience (by S. M. Goldberg), 223-4

Mossman, J. (Ed.), Plutarch and his Intellectual World: Essays on Plutarch (by H. Sidebottom), 254-5

Newman, J. K., Augustan Propertius: the Recapitulation of a Genre (by G. Liveley), 240-1

O’Daly, G. J. P., Augustine’s City of God: a Reader’s Guide (by R. Green)   , 268

O’Gorman, E., Irony and Misreading in the Annals of Tacitus (by V. E. Pagán), 252-3

Ovid, Metamorphoses Book XIII. Ed. and comm. N. Hopkinson (by G. Rosati), 241-2

Peña, J. T., The Urban Economy during the Early Dominate: Pottery Evidence from the Palatine Hill (by P. Kenrick), 263-4

Peña, J. T., J. J. Rossiter, A. I. Wilson and C. Wells, Carthage Papers. The Early Colony’s Economy, Water Supply, a Public Bath and the Mobilization of the State Olive Oil (by R. J. A. Wilson), 198-200

Poucet, J., Les rois de Rome: tradition et histoire (by T. P. Wiseman), 220-1

Quinn, S. (Ed.), Why Vergil? A Collection of Interpretations (by S. Casali), 239-40

Romanis, F. de, and A. Tchernia (Eds), Crossings: Early Mediterranean Contacts with India (by G. Parker), 197

Schäfer, N., Die Einbeziehung der Provinzen in den Reichdienst in augusteischer Zeit (by J. M. Alonso-Núñez), 231-2

Schulz, R., Herrschaft und Regierung: Roms Regiment in den Provinzen in der Zeit der Republik (by J. Richardson), 222

Schwindt, J. P., Prolegomena zu einerPhänomenologieder römischen Literaturgeschichtsschreibung: von Anfängen bis Quintilian (by R. Ash), 211

Shackleton Bailey, D. R., Valerius Maximus: Memorable Deeds and Sayings (by J. Briscoe), 246-7

Snyder, H. G., Teachers and Texts in the Ancient World: Philosophers, Jews and Christians (by D. Noy), 207

Stahl, H.-P. (Ed.), Vergil’s Aeneid: Augustan Epic and Political Context (by A. M. Bowie), 238-9

Taylor, A. P. (Ed.), Shakespeare’s Ovid: the Metamorphoses in the Plays and Poems (by N. Holzberg), 245

Thomas, R. F., Reading Virgil and his Texts: Studies in Intertextuality (by S. Casali), 239-40

Torelli, M., Tota Italia. Essays in the Cultural Formation of Roman Italy (by M. Pobjoy), 195-6

Valerius Maximus, Memorable Deeds and Sayings, Book I. Trans. and comm. D. Wardle (by W. M. Bloomer), 247-8

Winterling, A., Aula Caesaris. Studien zur Institutionalisierung des römischen Kaiserhofes in der Zeit von Augustus bis Commodus (31 v. Chr.–192 n. Chr.) (by O. Hekster), 227

Woodman, A. J., Tacitus Reviewed (by R. Ash), 251-2

Woodman, A. J., and R. H. Martin (Eds), The Annals of Tacitus Book 3  (by R. Ash), 251-2

Woolf, G., Becoming Roman: the Origins of Provincial Civilization in Gaul (by J. Thorne), 230-1