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American Journal of Ancient History 7.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0675-8
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 5 articles: Edward Champlin, 'The Suburbium of Rome', Robert A. Moysey, 'Isokrates' On the Peace: Rhetorical Exercise or Political Advice?', N.G.L. Hammond and M.B. Hatzopoulos, 'The Via Egnatia in Western Macedonia I', Arthur Keaveney, 'Sulla Augur', M.H. Hansen, 'Demographic Reflections on the Number of Athenian Citizens 451-309 BC'.

American Journal of Ancient History 12.1

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0683-3
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 4 articles: Gregory S. Bucher, 'The Annales Maximi in the Light of Roman Methods of Keeping Records', Duncan Fishwick, 'The Caesareum at Alexandria Again', Duncan Fishwick, 'A Ducking in the Tiber (Dio 61 [60],33,80)', Charles King, 'The Veracity of Ammianus Marcellinus' Description of the Huns'.

American Journal of Ancient History 12.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0684-0
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 3 articles: Pericles Georges, 'Darius in Scythia: The Formation of Herodotus' Sources and the Nature of Darius' Campaign', J. Linderski, 'A Missing Ponticus', Stephan Podes, 'Ekklesiastikon and Participation in Public Service in Classical Athens: Misleading Literary and Archaeological Evidence - and the Alternative?'.

American Journal of Ancient History 13.1

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0685-7
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 2 articles in memory of Fritz Schachermeyr: Gerhard Dobesch, 'Allgemeine Wurdigung', A.B. Bosworth, 'Ingenium und Macht: Fritz Schachermeyr and Alexander the Great', and Schachermeyr's Bibliography.

American Journal of Ancient History 13.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0686-4
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 6 articles: Alessandro Barchiesi, 'Ovid the Censor', E. Badian, 'Which Metellus? A Footnote to Professor Barchiesi's Article', Marleen B. Flory, 'The Meaning of Augusta in the Julio-Claudian Period', Harold B. Mattingly, 'Review-Discussion: Robert Develin, Athenian Officials', Karl R. Muhlbauer und Theresa Miller, 'Spielzeug und Kult. Zur religiosen und kultischen Bedeutung von Kinderspielzeug in der griechischen Antike', A. Sh. Shahbazi, 'Irano-Hellenic Notes. 2. The 'King's Eyes' in Classical and Iranian Literature'.

American Journal of Ancient History 14.1

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0687-1
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 3 articles: Robert E.A. Palmer, 'Bullae insignia ingenuitatis', D.R. Shackleton Bailey, 'Two Passages in Cicero's Letters', N.V. Sekunda, 'Itabelis and the Satrapy of Mysia'.

American Journal of Ancient History 14.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0688-8
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 3 articles: Fritz Schachermeyr, 'Abbruch, Uberleben und Neuwerden am Beginn und am Ende der Antike', Ella Hermon, 'Les priscae latinae coloniae et la politique colonisatrice a Rome', Colin M. Wells, 'Celibate Soldiers: Augustus and the Army'.

American Journal of Ancient History 15.1

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0689-5
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 4 articles: Richard Saller, 'Domitian and His Successors: Methodological Traps in Assessing Emperors', K.M. Coleman, 'Latin Literature After AD 96: Change or Continuity', T. Corey Brennan, 'Principes and Plebs: Nerva's Reign as Turning-point?', Mary T. Boatwright, 'Public Architecture in Rome and the Year AD 96'.

American Journal of Ancient History 15.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0690-1
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 3 articles: 'Review-Discussion: M.H. Crawford (ed.), Roman Statues': Volume I: Wolfgang Dieter Lebek; Volume II: Bernardo Santalucia, Robert J. Littman, 'Dor and the Athenian Empire', Christopher Ehrhardt, 'Athens, Egypt, Phoenicia, c. 459-444 BC'.

American Journal of Ancient History 9.2

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0679-6
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 8 articles: Sarah B. Pomeroy, 'The Persian King and the Queen Bee', R.T. Scott, 'A Note on the City and the Camp in Tacitus, Histories 3.71', Robert Drews, 'The Lacuna in Tacitus' Annales Book Five in the Light of Christian Traditions', Duncan Fishwick, 'Pliny and the Christians', Duncan Fishwick, 'The Temple of Caesar at Alexandria', Arthur M. Eckstein, 'Review-Discussion: Two Interpretations of Caesar', Michael Peachin, 'A Note on the Early Days of Diocletian's Reign', Lee E. Reams, 'Sulla's Alleged Early Poverty and Roman Rent'.

Persian Martyr Acts under King Yazdgird I

Edited and Translated by Geoffrey Herman
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0623-9
This volume presents five vivid tales of Christian martyrs from the fifth century. These accounts thematize the conflict between the martyrs' identity as Persian subjects loyal to the Zoroastrian king and their devotion to Christianity.

Essays in Global Color History

Interpreting the Ancient Spectrum
Edited by Rachael B. Goldman
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0582-9
A collection of essays discussing historical, cultural and social aspects of color in the Ancient World and Pre-Columbian America (circa 3000 B.C.- 1000 A.D.).

Xenophon's Memorabilia and The Apology of Socrates translated by Sarah Fielding

Edited with Notes and Introduction by Hélène Pignot
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0614-7
Sarah Fielding (1710-1768), the younger sister of Henry Fielding, and the close friend of his literary rival Samuel Richardson, was one of the very few English women to master ancient languages like Latin and Greek. With the help of Shaftesbury's nephew, James Harris, a distinguished writer, scholar and grammarian, she embarked on the ambitious project of translating Xenophon's Memorabilia and the Apology of Socrates from the Greek. This work, titled Memoirs of Socrates, with the Defence of Socrates before his Judges, was finally released in 1762. She proved a discreet editor and a talented Hellenist, whose elegant style garnered praise from Tobias Smollett in his Critical Review. This superb translation is re-published in its entirety for the first time since the 18th century.

American Journal of Ancient History 1.1

Edited by Ernst Badian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0625-3
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains three articles: Hunter R. Rawlings III, 'Antiochus the Great and Rhodes 197-191 B.C.', Erich S. Gruen, 'Class Conflict and the Third Macedonian War', and W.R. Connor, 'Nicias the Cretan? (Thucydides 2.85.4-6)'.

American Journal of Ancient History 1.2

Edited by Ernst Badian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0626-0
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains three articles: Frank J. Frost, 'Tribal Politics and the Civic State', Susan Treggiari, 'Jobs for Women', E. Badian, 'Rome, Athens and Mithridates'.

American Journal of Ancient History 1.3

Edited by Ernst Badian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0627-7
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 7 articles: K.R. Walters, 'The 'Ancestral Constitution' and Fourth-Century Historiography in Athens', David Daube, 'Martial, Father of Three', A. Kasher, 'The Jewish Attitude to the Alexandrian Gymnasium in the First Century A.D.', D. R. Shackleton Bailey, 'A Merging of Licinii Crassi', A. B. Bosworth, 'Early Relations Between Aetolia and Macedon', Robert A. Moysey, 'The Date of the Strato of Sidon Decree (IG II2 141), and Robert J. Rowland, Jr, 'Nero's Consular Colleagues: A Note'.

American Journal of Ancient History 2.1

Edited by Ernst Badian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0628-4
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 8 articles: John G. Griffith, 'A Note on the First Eisphora at Athens', G.V. Sumner, 'The Pompeii in Their Families', Allen M. Ward, 'Caesar and the Pirates II: The Elusive M. Iunius Iuncus and the Year 75/4', Chr. Habicht, 'Athenisches Ehrendekret vom Jahre des Koroibos (306/5) für einen königlichen Offizier', Robin Seager, 'Amicitia in Tacitus and Juvenal', Sarah B. Pomeroy, 'Technikai kai Mousikai', R.J.A. Talbert, 'Some Causes of Disorder in A.D. 68-69', Ronald Syme, 'Scorpus the Charioteer'.

American Journal of Ancient History 2.2

Edited by Ernst Badian
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0629-1
The historic American Journal of Ancient History. This volume contains 7 articles: Jack Cargill, 'The Nabonidus Chronicle and the Fall of Lydia', Erich S. Gruen, 'M. Licinius Crassus. A Review Article', A. Sachs, 'Achaemenid Royal Names in Babylonian Astronomical Texts', D.R. Shackleton Bailey, 'Brothers or Cousins?', Judith P. Hallett, 'Perusinae Glandes and the Changing Image of Augustus', Richard F. Thomas, 'L. Lucullus' Triumphal Agnomen', A.B. Bosworth, 'Tacitus and Asinius Gallus'.

A Short Chronicle on the End of the Sasanian Empire and Early Islam

590-660 A.D.
Edited and Translated by Nasir al-Ka'bi
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0563-8
The Short Chronicle is an eyewitness report on the demise of the Sasanian and Byzantines Empires and the beginning of the Islamic period. It uses official Sasanian sources and Syriac church documents and mentions for the first time new Arab cities, including Mosul, Kufa, and Baṣra.

Sleep and Sleeplessness in Byzantium

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0237-8
In recent decades certain historians have intimated that Byzantine society - and monastics in particular - suffered from a lack of sleep (whether described in negative terms as sleep deprivation or sleep abstinence). Sleep-abstinence surely permeated Byzantine society: it is encountered in every age, sex and class, together with its institutions, beliefs, practices, rituals, morals and mythologies. However, sleep is a biological phenomenon as well. One cannot possibly appreciate the Byzantines' stance towards it, nor assess the veracity, aims and effectiveness of their ideas and attitudes in relation to sleep-abstinence, unless one is ready to tackle the biological aspect. Moreover, without the biological aspect, the claim that the Byzantines were sleep-deprived is impossible to substantiate. This book approaches this subject by using a bio-cultural method, which combines sleep medicine with theology, history, and critical research, in order to analyse the practice of sleep-abstinence and the attitudes towards sleep in Byzantium. Focusing on Greek documentary sources, this book investigates whether Byzantines did indeed practice sleep abstinence or sleep deprivation, and their rationales for curtailing their sleep. Chapters cover the mechanics of sleep in the modern world and in the ancient world, the place of monastic vigil, and the vigil of the laity.

Myth, Text, and History at Sparta

Edited by Thomas Figueira
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0595-9
Three studies that offer close readings concerning the interaction of the source material on Spartan history with the unfolding of actual historical events. These contributions take the position that not only political, but also social, policies at Sparta, as well as the historical actors giving them shape, were intensely─and to an unusual degree─influenced by myth, tradition, and popular memory about the Laconian past.

Reshaping Identities in Late Antique Syria-Mesopotamia

Christian and Jewish Hermeneutics and Narrative Strategies
By Aryeh Kofsky & Serge Ruzer; In Collaboration With Reuven Kiperwasser
Series: Judaism in Context 19
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0590-4
This volume presents case studies of the phenomena that contributed to group identity in late antique Syria-Mesopotamia, in particular traditions reflecting interactions between Judaism and Christianity, among various Christian groups, and among other religious traditions of late antiquity (such as Zoroastrianism or 'paganism'). By studying Christian, Jewish and other sources that deal with the establishment, modification and deletion of boundaries, the authors seek to create a frame of reference that will in turn explain and contextualise the existing evidence concerning communication and interaction between highly diverse groups in Late Antiquity.

An Anthology of Syriac Writers from Qatar in the Seventh Century

ISBN: 978-1-4632-0545-4
The Syriac writers of Qatar have not received the scholarly attention that they deserve in the last half century. This anthology seeks to redress such an underdevelopment by providing new material in English translation with accompanying Syriac and Garshuni editions to encourage further research in the sub-field of Beth Qatraye studies. It includes the work of some of the most prominent scholars in this field.

Christians under the Ottoman Turks

French and English Travellers in Greece and Anatolia (1615-1694)
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0591-1
In the 17th century Britons left their country in vast numbers - explorers, diplomats, ecclesiastics, merchants, or simply “tourists.” Only the most intrepid ventured into the faraway lands of the Ottoman Empire. Their travel narratives, best-sellers in their day, provide an entertaining but also valuable testimony on the everyday life of Orthodox Christians and their coexistence with the Turks. Greek Christians, though living under the Ottoman yoke, enjoyed greater religious freedom than many of their brothers in Christian Europe. The travelers’ intellectual curiosity about Greece opened a window on the Orthodox Church, and paved the way for future dialogue.

Collaborative Heritage Management

Edited by Gemma Tully & Mal Ridges
ISBN: 978-1-4632-0570-6
In this volume, practitioners within archaeology, anthropology, urban planning, human geography, cultural resource management (CRM) and museology push the boundaries of traditional cultural and natural heritage management and reflect how heritage discourse is being increasingly re-theorised in term of experience.