SCI. Vol. 28

ContentsPage
NIKOS KOKKINOS, Re-Dating the Fall of Sardis 1
FAYAH HAUSSKER, The Burial of the Missing Victims of Maritime Disasters: Fact and
Fiction in Euripides’ Helen
25
DEBORAH KAMEN, Servile Invective in Classical Athens 43
FEDERICO SANTANGELO, With or Without You: Some Late Hellenistic Narratives of
Contemporary History
57
WERNER ECK, There are no cursus honorum Inscriptions. The Function of the cursus
honorum
in Epigraphic Communication
79
CHRISTINA T. KUHN, Mythos und Historie im kaiserzeitlichen Smyrna: Kollektive
Identitätsstiftung im Kontext der Romanisierung
93
JOSEPH GEIGER, Marianus of Eleutheropolis 113
FERGUS MILLAR, Imperial Government and the Maintenance of Orthodoxy: Justin I and
Irregularities at Cyrrhus in 520
117
ISRAEL ROLL AND OREN TAL, A New Greek Inscription from Byzantine Apollonia-Arsuf
/ Sozousa: A Reassessment of the Ei|" Qeo;" Movno" Inscriptions of Palestine
139
BOOK REVIEWS149
Roslyn Weiss, The Socratic Paradox and its Enemies (by Jacob Howland)149
Michael Gagarin, Writing Greek Law (by Luca Guido) 151
Part I. Grammar and Exercises. Part II. The
World of Athens, An Introduction to Classical Athenian Culture
(by Yitzhak Dana)
152
John N. Adams. The Regional Diversification of Latin 200 BC-AD 600 (by Philip
Baldi)
155
Enrico dal Lago and Constantina Katsari (eds.), Slave Systems: Ancient and Modern
(by Youval Rotman)
158
Rudolf Haensch and Johannes Heinrichs, (eds.), Herrschen und Verwalten. Der Alltag
der römischen Administration in der Hohen Kaiserzeit
(by Hartmut Galsterer)
161
Peter Stewart, The Social History of Roman Art (by Rivka Gersht)
163
Margaret Atkins and Robin Osborne, (eds.), Poverty in the Roman World (by Lisa A.
Hughes)
166
Duane W. Roller, Through the Pillars of Herakles: Greco-Roman Exploration of the
Atlantic
(by Ephraim Nissan)
168
Philip Sabin, Hans Van Wees and Michael Whitby (eds.), The Cambridge History of
Greek and Roman Warfare
, Vol. 1: Greece, the Hellenistic World and the Rise of
Rome
, and Vol. 2: Rome from the Late Republic to the Late Empire (by Tal Tovy)
170
CLASSICS IN HEBREW (by Ayelet Peer and Rachel Zelnick-Abramovitz)175
OBITUARIES179
SHALOM PERLMAN (by Zeev Rubin and Netta Zagagi)179
FRANK W. WALBANK (by Gabriel Herman)183
DISSERTATIONS IN PROGRESS 185
PROCEEDINGS: THE ISRAEL SOCIETY FOR THE PROMOTION OF CLASSICAL STUDIES191

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