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New Issue of Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 54, no. 3 (2014)

CONTENTS

Hippokleides, the ‘Dance’, and the Panathenaia
Brian M. Lavelle
The Bond of Consanguinity between Mother and Daughter: Agamemnon 1417–1418 and 1525
Giulia Maria Chesi
Losing Confidence in Sparta: The Creation of the Mantinean Symmachy
James Capreedy
Political Parties in Democratic Athens?
Mogens Herman Hansen
Misthos for Magistrates in Fourth-Century Athens?
Mogens Herman Hansen
Chrysippus of Cnidus: Medical Doxography and Hellenistic Monarchies
Marquis Berrey
Ptolemy and Plutarch’s On the Generation of the Soul in the Timaeus: Three Parallels
Cristian Tolsa
Encomium and Thesis in Galen’s De parvae pilae exercitio
Craig A. Gibson
Is the Letter Credebamus post from Boniface I or Leo I?
Geoffrey D. Dunn
Two Epithets of Mark the Evangelist: Coptic theorimos and Byzantine Greek θεόπτης
Sameh Farouk Soliman


Posted on Sep 2, 2014 in Publications

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