Journal of Roman Studies (JRS)
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Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 93, 2003
Tonio HÖLSCHER, Images of War in Greece and Rome: Between Military Practice, Public Memory, and Cultural Symbolism, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 1
W. V. HARRIS, Roman Opinions about the Truthfulness of Dreams, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 18
I. A. RUFFELL, Beyond Satire: Horace, Popular Invective and the Segregation of Literature, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 35
Llewelyn MORGAN, Child's Play: Ovid and his Critics, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 66
Miriam GRIFFIN, De Beneficiis and Roman Society, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 92
Jas ELSNER, Archaeologies and Agendas: Reflections on Late Ancient Jewish Art and Early Christian Art, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 114
Julia HILLNER, Domus, Family and Inheritance: the Senatorial Family House in Late Antique Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 129
Simon KEAY, Recent Archaeological Work in Roman Iberia (1990-2002) [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 146
Richard GORDON; Joyce REYNOLDS, Roman Inscriptions 1995-2000 [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 93, 2003, p. 212
   Reviews, p. 295


Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 92, 2002
Andrew WILSON, Machines, Power and the Ancient Economy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 1
Michael KOORTBOJIAN, A Painted Exemplum at Rome's Temple of Liberty, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 33
Mary JAEGER, Cicero and Archimedes' Tomb, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 49
Ruth MORELLO, Livy's Alexander Digression (9.17-19): Counterfactuals and Apologetics, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 62
John MOLES, Reconstructing Plancus (Horace, C. 1.7), in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 86
John HENDERSON, Columella's Living Hedge: the Roman Gardening Book, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 110
R. R. R. SMITH, The Statue Monument of Oecumenius: a New Portrait of a Late Antique Governor from Aphrodisias, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 134
Danuta SHANZER, Avulsa a Latere Meo: Augustine's Spare Rib -- Confessions 6.15.25, in: Journal of Roman Studies 92, 2002, p. 157
   Reviews, p. 177

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 91, 2001
Walter SCHEIDEL, Roman Age Structure: Evidence and Models, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 1
Andrew MEADOWS; Jonathan WILLIAMS, Moneta and the Monumenta: Coinage and Politics in Republican Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 27
Neville MORLEY, The Transformation of Italy 228-25 B.C., in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 50
Stefan G. CRISSANTHOS, Caesar and the Mutiny of 47 B.C., in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 63
Matthew FOX, Dionysius, Lucian and the Prejudice against Rhetoric in History, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 76
Katherine CLARKE, An Island Nation: Re-reading Tacitus' Agricola, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 94
Luke ROMAN, The Representation of Literary Materiality in Martial's Epigrams, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91,2001, p. 113
Carlos F. NOREÑA, The Communication of the Emperor's Virtues, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 146
Peter TEMIN, A Market Economy in the Early Roman Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 91, 2001, p. 169
   Reviews, p. 182

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 90, 2000
Philip SABIN, The Face of Roman Battle, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 1
Jeremy TANNER, Portraits, Power, and Patronage in the Late Roman Republic, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 18
Llewelyn MORGAN, The Autopsy of C. Asinius Pollio, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 51
Roger BATTY, Mela's Phoenician Geography, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 70
Matthew LEIGH, Lucan and the Libyan Tale, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 95
Keith BRADLEY, Animalizing the Slave: the Truth of Fiction, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 10
J. H. D'ARMS, Memory, Money, and Status at Misenum: Three New Inscriptions from the Collegium of the Augustales, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 126
Roger BECK, Ritual, Myth, Doctrine, and Initiation in the Mysteries of Mithras: New Evidence from a Cult Vessel, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 145
Jas ELSNER, The Itinerarium Burdigalense: Politics and Salvation in the Geography of Constantine's Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 181
Michael REEVE, Cuius in Usum? Recent and Future Editing [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 90, 2000, p. 196
   Reviews, p. 207

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 89, 1999
Brian BOSWORTH, Augustus, the Res Gestae and Hellenistic Theories of Apotheosis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 1
Bruce GIBSON, Ovid on Reading: Reading Ovid. Reception in Ovid Tristia II, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 19
Rebecca FLEMMING, Quae Corpore Quaestum Facit: The Sexual Economy of Female Prostitution in the Roman Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 38
W. V. HARRIS, Demography, Geography and the Sources of Roman Slaves, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 62
Werner ECK, The Bar Kokhba Revolt: The Roman Point of View, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 76
Fergus MILLAR, The Greek East and Roman Law: The Dossier of M. Cn. Licinius Rufinus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 90
J. N. ADAMS, The Poets of Bu Njem: Language, Culture and the Centurionate, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 109
J. B. RIVES, The Decree of Decius and the Religion of Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 135
R. R. R. SMITH, Late Antique Portraits in a Public Context: Honorific Statuary at Aphrodisias in Caria, A.D. 300-600, in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 155
Sara MYERS, The Metamorphosis of a Poet: Recent Work on Ovid [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999, p. 190
   Reviews, p. 205

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 88, 1998
Sander M. GOLDBERG, Plautus on the Palatine, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 1
R. O. A. M. LYNE, Propertius 2.10 and 11 and the Structure of Books '2A' and '2B', in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 21
Michael COMBER, A Book Made New: Reading Propertius Reading Pound. A Study in Reception, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 37
R. R. R. SMITH, Cultural Choice and Political Identity in Honorific Portrait Statues in the Greek East in the Second Century A.D., in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 56-93
Nicola TERRENATO, Tam Firmum Municipium: the Romanization of Volaterrae and its Cultural Implications, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 94
Roger BECK, The Mysteries of Mithras: A New Account of their Genesis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 115
Elizabeth Depalma DIGESER, Lactantius, Porphyry and the Debate over Religious Toleration, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 129
Antti ARJAVA, Paternal Power in Late Antiquity, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 147
Robert COATES-STEPHENS, The Walls and Aqueducts of Rome in the Early Middle Ages, A.D. 500-1000, in: Journal of Roman Studies 88, 1998, p. 166    Reviews p. 179

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 87, 1997
Andrew J. E. BELL, Cicero and the Spectacle of Power, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 1
Llewelyn MORGAN, 'Levi quidem de re...': Julius Caesar as Tyrant and Pedant, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 23
David SEDLEY, The Ethics of Brutus and Cassius, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 41-53
Jasper GRIFFIN, Cult and Personality in Horace, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 54
S. J. HARRISON, The Survival and Supremacy of Rome: The Unity of the Shield of Aeneas, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 70
Monica R. GALE, Propertius 2.7: Militia Amoris and the Ironies of Elegy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 77
Katherine CLARKE, In Search of the Author of Strabo's Geography, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 92
Gunnar FÜLLE, The Internal Organization of the Arretine Terra Sigillata Industry: Problems of Evidence and Interpretation , in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 111
Walter SCHEIDEL, Quantifying the Sources of Slaves in the Early Roman Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 156
R. R. R. SMITH, The Public Image of Licinius I: Portrait Sculpture and Imperial Ideology in the Early Fourth Century, in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 170
Richard GORDON; Joyce REYNOLDS; Mary BEARD; Charlotte ROUECHÉ, Roman Inscriptions 1991-95 [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 87, 1997, p. 203
   Reviews p. 241

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 86, 1996
K. Sara MYERS, The Poet and the Procuress: The Lena in Latin Love Elegy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 1
Greg WOOLF, Monumental Writing and the Expansion of Roman Society in the Early Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 22
Dale B. MARTIN, The Construction of the Ancient Family: Methodological Considerations, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 40
Alan RODGER, Postponed Business at Irni, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 61
Brian CAMPBELL, Shaping the Rural Environment: Surveyors in Ancient Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 74
Brent D. SHAW, Seasons of Death: Aspects of Morality in Imperial Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 100
Hélène CUVIGNY, The Amount of Wages Paid to the Quarry-workers at Mons Claudianus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 139
I. M. F. GARDNER and S. N. C. LIEU, From Narmouthis (Medinet Madi) to Kellis (Ismant El-Kharab): Manichaean Documents from Roman Egypt, in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 146
Emmanuele CURTI, Emma DENCH and John R. PATTERSON, The Archaeology of Central and Southern Roman Italy: Recent Trends and Approaches [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 86, 1996, p. 170
   Reviews p. 190

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 85, 1995
T. P. WISEMAN, The God of the Lupercal, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 1
Emily GOWERS, The Anatomy of Rome from Capitol to Cloaca, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 23
Tamsyn BARTON, Augustus and Capricorn: Astrological Polyvalency and Imperial Rhetoric, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 33
Debra HERSHKOWITZ, Patterns of Madness in Statius' Thebaid, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 52
J. RIVES, Human Sacrifice among Pagans and Christians, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 65
J. N. ADAMS, The Language of the Vindolanda Writing Tablets: An Interim Report, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 86
T. D. BARNES, Statistics and the Conversion of the Roman Aristocracy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 135
Peter GHOSH, Gibbon's First Thoughts: Rome, Christianity and the Essai sur l'Etude de la Litterature 1758-61, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 148
David J.MATTINGLY; R. Bruce HITCHNER, Roman Africa: An Archaeological Review, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 165
H. M. COTTON, The Papyrology of the Roman Near East: A Survey, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 214
Fergus MILLAR, The Last Century of the Republic. Whose History?, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 236
Polymnia ATHANASSIDI, The Oecumenism of Iamblichus: Latent Knowledge and its Awakening, in: Journal of Roman Studies 85, 1995, p. 244
   Reviews p. 236

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 84, 1994
W.V. HARRIS, Child-Exposure in the Roman Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 1
Elio Lo CASCIO, The Size of the Roman Population: Beloch and the Meaning of the Augustan Census Figures, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 23
Jeri Blair DEBROHUN, Redressing Elegy's Puella: Propertius IV and the Rhetoric of Fashion, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 41
Hannah COTTON, A Cancelled Marriage Contract from the Judaean Desert, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 64
J. N. ADAMS, Latin and Punic in Contact? The Case of the Bu Njem Ostraca, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 87
R. ALSTON, Roman Military Pay from Caesar to Diocletian, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 113
Benet SALWAY, What's in a Name? A Survey of Roman Onomastic Practice from c. 700 B.C. to A.D. 700, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 124
Garth FOWDEN, The Last Days of Constantine: Oppositional Versions and their Influence, in: Journal of Roman Studies 84, 1994, p. 146
   Reviews p. 171

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 83, 1993
Fergus MILLAR, Ovid and the Domus Augusta: Rome Seen from Tomoi, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 1
Andrew LAIRD, Sounding out Ecphrasis: Art and Test in Catullus 64, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 18
Matthew FOX, History and Rhetoric in Dionysius of Halicarnassus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 31
K.M. COLEMAN, Launching into History: Aquatic Displays in the Early Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, p. 48
Tessa RAJAK; David NOY, Archisynagogoi: Office, Title and Social Status in the Greco-Jewish Synagogue, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 75
Hannah COTTON, The Guardianship of Jesus Son of Babatha: Roman and Local Law in the Province of Arabia, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 94
M.P. SPEIDEL, Commodus the God-Emperor and the Army, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 109
Polymnia ATHANASSIADI, Dreams, Theurgy and Freelance Divination: the Testimony of Iamblichus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 115
Richard GORDON; Mary BEARD; Joyce REYNOLDS, Roman Inscription 1986-90 [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 131
E.L.BOWIE; S.J. HARRISON, The Romance of the Novel, in: Journal of Roman Studies 83, 1993, p. 159
   Reviews p. 179

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 82, 1992
Christopher HOWGEGO, The Supply and Use of Money in the Roman World 200 B.C. to A.D. 300, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 1
Alexander YAKOBSON, Petitio et largitio: Popular Participation in the Centuriate Assembly of the Late Republic, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 32
D.S. LEVENE, Sallust's Jugurtha: An 'Historical Fragment', in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 53
Susanna H. BRAUND, "Juvenal -- Misogynist or Misogamist?, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 71
M. Alexander SPEIDEL, Roman Army Pay Scales, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 87
Alan K. BOWMAN; Dominic RATHBONE, Cities and Administration in Roman Egypt, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 107
Roger S. BAGNALL, Landholding in Late Roman Egypt: The Distribution of Wealth, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 128
Kate COOPER, Insinuations of Womanly Influence: An Aspect of the Christianization of the Roman Aristocracy", in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 150
S.T. LOSEBY, Marseille: A Late Antique Success Story?, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 165
John R. PATTERSON, The City of Rome: From Republic to Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 186
   Reviews p. 216

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 81, 1991
J.S. RICHARDSON, Imperium romanum: Empire and the Language of Power, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 1
James DAVIDSON, The Gaze in Polybius' Histories, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 10
D.P. FOWLER, Narrate and Describe: The Problem of Ekphrasis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 25
A.R. SHARROCK, Womanufacture, in: Journal of Roman Studies 82, 1992, p. 36
John ELSNER, Cult and Sculpture: Sacrifice in the Ara Pacis Augustae, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 50
Alan K. BOWMAN; J.David THOMAS, A Military Strength Report from Vindolanda, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 62
Alan RODGER, The Lex Irnitana and Procedure in the Civil Courts, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 74
Guy M. ROGERS, Demosthenes of Oenoanda and Models of Euergetism, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 91
William TURPIN, Imperial Subscriptions and the Administration of Justice, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 101
Garth FOWDEN, Constantine's Porphyry Column : The Earliest Literary Allusion, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 119
P.R. GHOSH, Gibbon Observed, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 132
Richard SMALLER, Progress in Early Roman Historiography?, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 157
Peter GARNSEY, The Generosity of Veyne, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 164
Martin GOODMAN, Baratha's Story, in: Journal of Roman Studies 81, 1991, p. 169
   Reviews p. 176

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 80, 1990
A. LINTOTT, Electoral Bribery in the Roman Republic, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 1
R.R. DYER, Rhetoric and Intention in Cicero's Pro Marcello, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 17
S.J. HARRISON, The Praise Singer: Horace, Censorinus and Odes 4.8, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 31
K.M. COLEMAN, Fatal Charades: Roman Executions Staged as Mythological Enactments, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 44
E.A. MEYER, Explaining the Epigraphic Habit in the Roman Empire: The Evidence of Epitaphs, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 74
L. FOXHALL, The Dependent Tenant: Land Leasing and Labour in Italy and Greece, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 97
C.S. LIGHTFOOT, Trajan's Parthian War and the Fourth-Century Perspective, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 115
R.R.R. SMITH, Late Roman Philosopher Portraits from Aphrodisias, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 127
R. LIZZI, Ambrose's Contemporaries and the Christianization of Northern Italy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 156
D. SANSONE, The Computer and the Historia Augusta: A Note on Marriott, in: Journal of Roman Studies 80, 1990, p. 174
   Reviews p. 178

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 79, 1989
B. D'AGOSTINO, Image and Society in Archaic Etruria, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 1
N.G.L. HAMMOND, The Illyrian Atintani, the Epirotic Atintanes and the Roman Protectorate, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 11
R. JENKYNS, Virgil and Arcadia, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 26
M. GOODMAN, Nerva, the Fiscus Judaicus and Jewish Identity, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 40
L.F. PITTS, Relations between Rome and the German 'Kings' on the Middle Danube in the First to Fourth Centuries A.D., in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 45
J. EVANS-GRUBBS, Abduction Marriage in Antiquity: A Law of Constantine (CTh IX.24.1) and Its Social Context, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 59
J.C. EDMONDSON, Mining in the Later Roman Empire and Beyond: Continuity or Disruption, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 84
P. HEATHER, Cassiodorus and the Rise of the Amals: Genealogy and the Goths under Hun Domination, in: Journal of Roman Studies 79, 1989, p. 103
   Reviews p. 129

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 78, 1988
T.P. WISEMAN, Satyrs in Rome? The Background to Horace's Ars Poetica, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 1
A.E. ASTIN, Regimen Morum, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 14
A.C. DIONISOTTI, Nepos and the Generals, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 35
R.R.R. SMITH, Simulacra Gentium: The Ethne from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 50
H. GALSTERER, Municipium Flavium Irnitanum: A Latin Town in Spain, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 78
J.C. BALTY, Apamea in Syria in the Second and Third Centuries, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 90
S. MITCHELL, Maximinus and the Christians in A.D. 312: A New Latin Inscription, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 105
B. IISAAC, The Meaning of the Terms Limes and Limitanei, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 125
J. HARRIES, The Roman Imperial Quaestor from Constantine to Theodosius II, in: Journal of Roman Studies 78, 1988, p. 148
   Reviews p. 173

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 77, 1987
J.S. RICHARDSON, The Purpose of the Lex Calpurnia de repetundis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 1
B. CAMPBELL, Teach Yourself How to Be a General, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 13
B.D. SHAW, The Age of Roman Girls at Marriage: Some Reconsiderations, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 30
M. WYKE, Written Women: Propertius' Scripta Puella, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 47
D. JOHNSTON, Three Thoughts on Roman Private Law and the Lex Irnitana, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, p. 62
J.-L. MOURGES, The So-called Letter of Domitian at the End of the Lex Irnitana, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 78
R.R.R. SMITH, The Imperial Reliefs from the Sebasteion at Aphrodisias, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 88
C.P. JONES, Stigma: Tattooing and Branding in Graeco-Roman Antiquity, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 139
T. HONORE, Scriptor Historiae Augustae, in: Journal of Roman Studies 77, 1987, p. 156
   Reviews p. 177

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 76, 1986
F. MILLAR, Politics, Persuasion and the People before the Social War (150-90 B.C.), in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 1
P. A. BRUNT, Cicero's Officium in the Civil War, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 12
B. BEARD, Cicero and Divination: The Formation of a Latin Discourse, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 33
M. SCHOFIELD, Cicero for and against Divination, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 47
A. WALLACE-HADRILL, Image and Authority in the Coinage of Augustus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 66
A.J. SPAWFORTH;S. WALKER, The World of the Panhellion. II. Three Dorian Cities, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 88
M.W. GLEASON, Festive Satire: Julian's Misopogon and the New Year at Antioch, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 106
Alan K. BOWMAN; John David THOMAS, Vindolanda 1985: The New Writing Tablets, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 120
J.REYNOLDS; M. BEARD; C. ROUECHE, Roman Inscriptions 1981-5 [Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 124
J. GONZALES, The Lex Irnitana: A New Copy of the Flavian Municipial Law, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1986, p. 147
   Reviews p. 244

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 75, 1985
N. PURCELL, Wine and Wealth in Ancient Italy, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 1
P. GARNSEY; D. Rathbone, The Background to the Grain Law of Gaius Gracchus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 20
D.W.T. VESSEY, From Mountain to Lovers' Tryst: Horace's Soracte Ode, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1985, p. 26
O. MURRAY, Symposium and Genre in the Poetry of Horace, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 39
J.H.W. MORWOOD, Aeneas and Mount Atlas, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 51
R. JENKYNS, Pathos, Tragedy and Hope in the Aeneid, in: Journal of Roman Studies 76, 1985, p. 60
A.J. SPAWFORTH; S. WALKER, The World of the Panhellenion. I. Athens and Eleusis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 78
D. JOHNSTON, Munificence and Municipia: Bequests to Towns in Classical Roman Law, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 105
T.D. BARNES, Constantine and the Christians of Persia, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 126
Alan K. BOWMAN, Landholding in the Hermopolite Nome in the Fourth Century A.D., in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 137
A. CAMERON, Polynomy in the Late Roman Aristocracy: The Case of Petronius Probus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 164
W. KLINGSHIRN, Charity and Power: Caesarius of Arles and the Ransoming of Captives in Sub-Roman Gaul, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 183
J.C. MANN, Epigraphic Consciousness, in: Journal of Roman Studies 75, 1985, p. 204
   Reviews p. 207

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 74, 1984
F. MILLAR, The Political Character of the Classical Roman Republic 200-151 B.C., in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 1
W. NIPPEL, Policing Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 20
D. RATHBONE; P. GARNSEY; T. GALLANT, Thessaly and the Grain Support of Rome during the Second Century B.C., in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 30
P. BIRKS; A.Rodger; J.S. Richardson, Further Aspects of the Tabula Contrebiensis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 45
J. LINDERSKI, Rome, Aphrodisias and the Res Gestae. The Genera Militiae and the Status of Octavian, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 74
E. GABBA, The Collegia of Numa: Problems of Method and Political Ideas, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 81
J.-L. FERRARY, L'archeologie du De Re Publica (2,2,4-37,63): Ciceron entre Polybe et Platon, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 87
G.O. HUTCHINSON, Propertius and the Unity of the Book, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 99
T. RAJAK, Was There a Roman Charter for the Jews?, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 107
R.P. SALLER; B.D. SHAW, Tombstones and Roman Family Relations in the Principate: Civilians, Soldiers and Slaves, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 124
J.F. MATTHEWS, The Tax Law of Palmyra: Evidence for Economic History in a City of the Roman East, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 157
C. ROUECHE, Acclamations in the Later Roman Empire: New Evidence from Aphrodisias, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 181
A.L.F. RIVET, The Present State of the Tabula Imperii Romani, in: Journal of Roman Studies 74, 1984, p. 200
   Reviews p. 202

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 73, 1983
P.R. GHOSH, Gibbon's Dark Ages: Some Remarks on the Genesis of the Decline and Fall, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 1
V. KONOTORINI, Rome et Rhodes au tournant du IIIe s. av. J.-C. d'apres une inscription inedite de Rhodes, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 24
J.S. RICHARDSON, The Tabula Contrebiensis: Roman Law in Spain in the Early First Century B.C., in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 33
P.A. BRUNT, Princeps and Equites, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 42
F. MILLAR, Empire and City, Augustus to Julian. Obligations, Excurses and Status, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 76
B. LEVICK, The Senatus Consultum from Larinum, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 97
C.P. JONES, A Deed of Foundation from the Territory of Ephesos, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 116
M. CORBIER, Fiscus and Patrimonium: The Saepinum Inscription and Transhumance in the Abruzzi, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 126
R. GRIGG, Inconsistency and Lassitude: The Shield Emblems of the Notitia Dignitatum, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 132
J.CROW; B. CROKE, Procopius and Dara, in: Journal of Roman Studies 73, 1983, p. 143
   Reviews p. 160

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 72, 1982
P.A. BRUNT, Nobilitas and Novitas, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 1
A.N. SHERWIN-WHITE, The Lex Repetundarum and the Political Ideas of Gaius Gracchus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 18
A. WALLACE-HADRILL, Civilis Princeps: Between Citizen and King, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 32
R.G.M. NISBETI, 'Great and Lesser Bear' (Ovid, Tristia 4,3), in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 49
T.P. WISEMAN, Calpurnius Siculus and the Claudian Civil War, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 57
A.C. DIONISOTTI, From Ausonius' Schooldays? A Schoolbook and Its Relatives, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 83
A. CAMERON; D. SCHAUER, The Last Consul: Basilius and His Diptych, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 126
J. PATERSON, 'Salvation from the Sea': Amphorae and Trade in the Roman West, in: Journal of Roman Studies 72, 1982, p. 146
   Reviews p. 158

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 71, 1981
J.A NORTH, The Development of Roman Imperialism, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 1
D.W. RATHBONE, The Development of Agriculture in the 'Ager Cosanus' during the Roman Republic: Problems of Evidence and Interpretation, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 10
R.R.R. SMITH, Greeks, Foreigners and Roman Republican Portraits, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p.24
J. GRIFFIN, Genre and Real Life in Latin Poetry, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 39
E. GABBA, True History and False History in Classical Antiquity, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 50
E. Lo CASCIO, State and Coinage in the Late Republic and Early Empire, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 76
H. COCKLE, Pottery Manufacture in Roman Egypt: A New Papyrus, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 87
C. SCORPAN, Cohors I Cilicum at Sacidava and Scythia Minor, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 98
C. ROUECHE, Rom, Asia and Aphrodisias in the Third Century, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 103
J. REYNOLDS; M. BEARD; R. DUNCAN-JONES; C. ROUECHE, Roman Inscriptions 1976-1980[Survey Article], in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 121
   Reviews p. 144

Journal of Roman Studies (JRS) 70, 1980
J.S. RICHARDSON, The Ownership of Roman Land: Tiberius Gracchus and the Italians, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 1
M. BEARD, The Sexual Status of Vestal Virgins, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 12
S.R.F. PRICE, Between Man and God: Sacrifice in the Roman Imperial Cult, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 28
R.P. SALLER, Promotion and Patronage in Equestrian Careers, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 44
R. SYME, Guard Prefects of Trajan and Hadrian, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 64
P.A. BRUNT, Free Labour and Public Works at Rome, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 81
K. HOPKINS, Taxes and Trade in the Roman Empire (200 B.C.-A.D.400), in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 101
W.V. HARRIS, Roman Terracotta Lamps: The Organisation of an Industry, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 126
G.D.B. JONES, The Roman Mines at Riotinto, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 146
G.B. TOWNEND, Calpurnius Siculus and the Munus Neronis, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 166
R. MAYER, Calpurnius Siculus: Technique and Date, in: Journal of Roman Studies 71, 1981, p. 175
   Reviews p. 177

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