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    • Exchanging Gladiators for an Aqueduct at Aphrodisias (SEG 50.1096) 

      Coleman, Kathleen M. (Classical Association of South Africa, 2008)
      A letter of Hadrian to the magistrates, council, and people of Aphrodisias (SEG 50.1096) has been interpreted as evidence that nominees for the high priesthood became reluctant to assume the office, when the traditional ...
    • The Geography of the Roman World in Statius' Silvae 

      Parrott, Christopher Alan (2013-09-19)
      This dissertation examines the poetic construction of geography in Statius' Silvae. As poems composed by Statius to praise his patrons, the Silvae are shaped by the social relationships of first-century Rome and reflect ...
    • Melior’s plane tree: an introduction to the ancient garden. 

      Coleman, Kathleen M. (Fondation Hardt pour l'étude de l'antiquité classique, 2014)
    • Religion in Cicero 

      Short, Richard Graham (2013-03-08)
      This study describes the religious content of the Ciceronian corpus and reappraises Cicero’s religious stance. Chapter 1 develops a working definition of religion in terms of interested supernatural agents, briefly situating ...
    • A Rhetorical Figure: Cicero in the Early Empire 

      Keeline, Thomas John (2014-06-06)
      My dissertation investigates the reception of Cicero in the early Roman Empire, focusing on the first 250 years after his death. I show that this reception is primarily constructed by the ancient rhetorical schoolroom, ...
    • Sailing to Nuceria: Evidence for the Date of Xenophon of Ephesus 

      Coleman, Kathleen M. (Kaapstad, A.A. Balkema, 2011)
      On the basis of the episode in which Habrocomes puts in to Italy at Nuceria (καταίρει ... εϊς Νονκέριον τής 'Ιταλίας, Xen. Eph. 5.8.1), this article argues that Xenophon of Ephesus was writing between the late Flavian and ...