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Writing in the garden (2022)
Journal Article
Willi, A., & Hovell, G. (2022). Writing in the garden. Topiarius, 26, 23-26

Southern Laconia in the Middle and Earlier Late Bronze Age. Pottery from Pavlopetri and other sites (2022)
Book Chapter
Gallou, C., Cavanagh, W., Spondylis, I., & Henderson, J. (2022). Southern Laconia in the Middle and Earlier Late Bronze Age. Pottery from Pavlopetri and other sites. In C. Wiersma, & M. P. TSouli (Eds.), Middle and Late Helladic Laconia: competing principalities? (33-45). Leiden: Sidestone Press

The underwater site of Pavlopetri has most recently been investigated by the joint project of the Ephoreia for Underwater Archaeology and the British School at Athens which conducted field seasons in 2009, 2010 and 2011. In addition to a survey of th... Read More about Southern Laconia in the Middle and Earlier Late Bronze Age. Pottery from Pavlopetri and other sites.

Historiarum libri quinque: Hegesippus between Josephus and Sallust (2022)
Journal Article
Woudhuysen, G., & Stover, J. (2022). Historiarum libri quinque: Hegesippus between Josephus and Sallust . Histos, 16, 1-27

This article examines the influence of Sallust on Hegesippus, the fourth-century historian and adaptor of Josephus (commonly referred to as pseudo-Hegesippus). Analysis of the structure of his work reveals that Hegesippus strove to write in five book... Read More about Historiarum libri quinque: Hegesippus between Josephus and Sallust .

Manual of Roman Everyday Writing. Volume 1, Scripts and Texts (2021)
Book
Mullen, A., & Bowman, A. (2021). Manual of Roman Everyday Writing. Volume 1, Scripts and Texts. Nottingham: LatinNow ePubs

Volume 1 describes the kinds of documents that are written in Latin cursive script and tabulates the main published collections and individual items of texts in cursive script from across the Roman world, ranging in provenance from northern England t... Read More about Manual of Roman Everyday Writing. Volume 1, Scripts and Texts.

Sardinians in Cyprus, Cypriots in Sardinia? The state of the question (2021)
Book Chapter
Pearce, M. (2021). Sardinians in Cyprus, Cypriots in Sardinia? The state of the question. In Contatti culturali e scambi commerciali della Sardegna nuragica: la rotta meridionale (Sardegna, Sicilia, Creta, Cipro): Atti del IV festival della Civiltà Nuragica (Orroli, Cagliari) / Cultural contacts and trade in Nuragic Sardinia: the southern route (Sardinia, Sicily, Crete, Cyprus): Proceedings of the Fourth Festival of the Nuragic Civilization (Orroli, Cagliari). Cagliari, Italy: Arkadia Editore

This, the closing chapter in the volume, reviews our evidence for direct contacts between Cyprus and Sardinia in the Nuragic Bronze Age in the light of the new evidence presented at the Fourth Festival of the Nuragic Civilization (Orroli, Cagliari).... Read More about Sardinians in Cyprus, Cypriots in Sardinia? The state of the question.

Inscriptions for inscribers: texts on Roman writing equipment (2021)
Journal Article
Willi, A. (in press). Inscriptions for inscribers: texts on Roman writing equipment. Journal of Epigraphic Studies, 5, 63–104

Inspired by the recent find of an inscribed stylus at London’s Bloomberg site, this article provides a survey of Roman styli, inkwells and wax-spatula handles with inscriptions. After a discussion of the geographical and chronological distribution of... Read More about Inscriptions for inscribers: texts on Roman writing equipment.

Jordanes and the Date of the Epitome de Caesaribus (2021)
Journal Article
Woudhuysen, G., & Stover, J. (2021). Jordanes and the Date of the Epitome de Caesaribus. Histos, 15, 150-188

The Epitome de Caesaribus is universally assumed to be a work of the late fourth or early fifth centuries. In this article, we demonstrate that the Epitome was in fact compiled at some point after the middle of the sixth century, by showing on textua... Read More about Jordanes and the Date of the Epitome de Caesaribus.

Oppian's "Halieutica": Charting a Didactic Epic (2020)
Book
KNEEBONE, E. (2020). Oppian's "Halieutica": Charting a Didactic Epic. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108892728

Oppian's Halieutica is a dazzling five-book Greek didactic poem about the sea and its wily, chaotic inhabitants. This book offers the first sustained reading of the poem as a didactic epic that meditates on the place of human beings within the cosmos... Read More about Oppian's "Halieutica": Charting a Didactic Epic.

The Tabula Lugdunensis: A Critical Edition with Translation and Commentary (2020)
Book
Emperor of Rome, 10 B.C.-54 A.D., C. (2020). The Tabula Lugdunensis: A Critical Edition with Translation and Commentary. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. https://doi.org/10.1017/9781108682091

Unearthed in 1528 at Lyon, the Tabula Lugdunensis preserves the longest speech of a Roman emperor to survive in epigraphic form. In AD 48 Claudius addressed the senate to press a petition by elites of north-western Gaul to hold senatorial rank and of... Read More about The Tabula Lugdunensis: A Critical Edition with Translation and Commentary.

Aurelius Victor And The Ending Of Sallust's Jugurtha (2020)
Journal Article
WOUDHUYSEN, G., & Stover, J. (2020). Aurelius Victor And The Ending Of Sallust's Jugurtha. Hermathena, 93-134

Abstract: In his De Caesaribus, the historian Aurelius Victor drew a comparison between the emperor Diocletian and the Republican general and consul Marius: two ambitious individuals from humble backgrounds who had dressed in an excessively extravaga... Read More about Aurelius Victor And The Ending Of Sallust's Jugurtha.

Frattesina and the later Bronze Age – Early Iron Age metals trade: the absolute chronology of smelting sites in the Trentino – Alto Adige/Südtirol (2020)
Journal Article
Pearce, M., Bellintani, P., & Nicolis, F. (2020). Frattesina and the later Bronze Age – Early Iron Age metals trade: the absolute chronology of smelting sites in the Trentino – Alto Adige/Südtirol. Padusa, Bollettino del Centro Polesano, 55, 67-86

We present 15 new 14C dates for copper smelting sites in the Trentino, together with 31 published dates for smelting sites in the region. Smelting may have already begun in the sixteenth century cal BC and continued until the ninth century cal BC. Th... Read More about Frattesina and the later Bronze Age – Early Iron Age metals trade: the absolute chronology of smelting sites in the Trentino – Alto Adige/Südtirol.

Butrint 5: Life and Death at a Mediterranean Port: the non-ceramic finds from the Triconch Palace (2019)
Book
Bowden, W. (2019). Butrint 5: Life and Death at a Mediterranean Port: the non-ceramic finds from the Triconch Palace. Oxford: Oxbow Books

This is the second volume arising from the 1994-2003 excavations of the Triconch Palace at Butrint (Albania), which charted the history of a major Mediterranean waterfront site from the 2nd to the 15th centuries AD. The sequence (published as Butrint... Read More about Butrint 5: Life and Death at a Mediterranean Port: the non-ceramic finds from the Triconch Palace.

Sociolinguistics (part of Research and interpretation of Hadrian’s Wall 2009-2019) (2019)
Book Chapter
Mullen, A. (2019). Sociolinguistics (part of Research and interpretation of Hadrian’s Wall 2009-2019). In Hadrian's Wall 2009-2019 : A Summary of Excavation and Research prepared for The Fourteenth Pilgrimage of Hadrian’s Wall, 20-28 July 2019 (102-105). Cumberland and Westmorland Antiquarian and Archaeological Society and the Society of Antiquaries of Newcastle upon Tyne