Τρίτη, 9 Σεπτεμβρίου 2014

Στο τρέχον τεύχος του Antichthon / In the current issue of Antichthon

Antichthon 47 (2013)
Thematic Issue: Culture, Identity and Politics in the Ancient Mediterranean World

(abstracts)

  • Erich S. Gruen, "Did Romans Have an Ethnic Identity?," 1-17
  • Margaret Miller, "Clothes and Identity: The Case of Greeks in Ionia c. 400 BC," 18-38
  • Ian Betts and Bruce Marshall, "The Lex Calpurnia of 149 BC," 39-60
  • J. Lea Beness and Tom Hillard, "Insulting Cornelia, Mother of the Gracchi," 61-79
  • Kathryn Welch and Hannah Mitchell, "Revisiting the Roman Alexander," 80-100
  • Martin Stone, "A Year of One’s Own: Dating the Praetorship of Marcus Crassus," 101-117
  • Tom Stevenson, "The Succession Planning of Augustus," 118-139
  • Sarah Pierce, "Rethinking the Other in Antiquity: Philo of Alexandria on Intermarriage," 140-155
  • James S. McLaren, "The Jews in Rome during the Flavian Period," 156-172
  • Arthur M. Eckstein, "What is an empire and how do you know when you have one? Rome and the Greek States after 188 BC," 173-190
  • Peter Edwell, "The Euphrates as a Boundary between Rome and Parthia In the Late Republic and Early Empire," 191-206
  • Paul J. Burton, "The International Amicitia between Athens and Rome," 207-218

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