SCI. Vol. 29

Lisa Ullmannvii
DAVID KOVACS, Herodotus 1.53.1-2: What Were Croesus’ Instructions?1
MICHAEL ZIMM, The Chresmologoi in Thucydides 5
THOMAS GÄRTNER, Drei kritische Bemerkungen zur ersten Rede des Lysias13
THOMAS GÄRTNER, Ein Homerzitat im platonischen Kriton?17
WERNER ECK, A Second Constitution for the Auxiliary Troops in Judaea in 86 AD21
WERNER ECK, Recht und Politik in den Bürgerrechtskonstitutionen der römischen Kaiserzeit33
WILLY CLARYSSE, SOFIE REMIJSEN, MARK DEPAUW, Observing the Sabbath in the Roman Empire: A Case Study51
FERGUS MILLAR, Jerome and Palestine59
GABRIEL HERMAN, Periclean Athens81
DAVID SCHAPS, Systems Network Analysis and the Study of the Ancient World91
Nino Luraghi, The Ancient Messenians, Constructions of Ethnicity and Memory (by James Roy)99
Emily Greenwood and Elizabeth. K. Irwin (eds.), Reading Herodotus: A Study of the Logoi in Book 5 of Herodotus’ Histories (by Eran Almagor)101
Polly Low, Interstate Relations in Classical Greece, Morality and Power (by Gabriel Herman)104
Kostas Vlassopoulos, Unthinking the Greek Polis, Ancient Greek History beyond Eurocentrism 600 (by Sylvie Honigman)106
John Marincola (ed.), A Companion to Greek and Roman Historiography (by Jonathan J. Price)109
Catalin Partenie (ed.), Plato’s Myths (by Eugenio Benitez)112
Mark Payne, Theocritus and the Invention of Fiction (by Margalit Finkelberg) 115
Nina Otto. Enargeia, Untersuchung zur charakteristik alexandrinischer Dichtung (by Richard Hunter)116
Richard Hunter and Ian Rutherford (eds.), Wandering Poets in Ancient Greek Culture: Travel, Locality and Pan-Hellenism (by Jane L. Lightfoot) 118
Roger S. Bagnall, Hellenistic and Roman Egypt, Sources and Approaches (by Sylvie Honigman) 121
Caroline Carlier, La Cité de Moïse, Le peuple juif chez Philon d'Alexandrie (by Maren Niehoff)124
Joseph Geiger, The First Hall of Fame: A Study of the Statues in the Forum Augustum (by Alexander Yakobson)126
John Richardson, The Language of Empire: Rome and the Idea of Empire from the Third Century BC to the Second Century AD (by Israel Shatzman)128
Louise Revell, Roman Imperialism and Local Identities (by Craige B. Champion)133
Andrew Harker, Loyalty and Dissidence in Roman Egypt, The Case of the Acta Alexandrinorum (by Gil Gambash)135
Tønnes Bekker-Nielsen, Urban Life and Local Politics in Roman Bithynia: The Small World of Dion Chrysostomos (by Christina T. Kuhn)138
Peter F. Bang, The Roman Bazaar, A Comparative Study of Trade and Markets in a Tributary Empire (by Merav Haklai-Rotenberg)140
Karl A.E. Enenkel and Jan Papy (eds.), Petrarch and His Readers in the Renaissance (by Amos Edelheit)144
ZEEV RUBIN (by Fergus Millar) 149
MARTIN OSTWALD (by David Schaps)151

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