Index of Reviewed Books

Peter Jones

The Indices for 2016, 2017 and 2018 are located elsewhere:
Index of Reviewed Books 2016
Index of Reviewed Books 2017
Index of Reviewed Books 2018

Contact Dr Peter Jones on pvj1066@gmail.com with any queries

 

 

 


Recent Additions:
Yuretich, L. (tr.) The Chronicle of Constantine Manasses
Eastlake, L. Ancient Rome and Victorian Masculinity
Davenport, C. A History of the Roman Equestrian Order
Naiden, F.S. Soldier, Priest and God: A Life of Alexander the Great
Weiner, J., Stevens, B.E. and Rogers, B.M (eds.) Frankenstein and Its Classics: The Modern Prometheus from Antiquity to Science Fiction


Alphabetical Listing (2019):

Campbell, D.B. The Fate of the Ninth: The Curious Disappearance of Legio VIIII Hispana
Davenport, C. A History of the Roman Equestrian Order
Eastlake, L. Ancient Rome and Victorian Masculinity
Fries, A. (ed. with commentary) Pseudo-Euripides Rhesus
Harrison, T. and Irwin, E. (eds.) Interpreting Herodotus
Hingley, R. Londinium, a Biography: Roman London from its Origins to the Fifth Century
Kazantzidis, G.and Spatharas, D. (eds.) Hope in Ancient Literature, History, and Art: Ancient Emotions I
Kolb, A. (ed.) Literacy in Ancient Everyday Life
Konstan, D. In the Orbit of Love: Affection in Ancient Greece and Rome
Kovacs, D. (ed., with Introduction and Commentary) Euripides Troades
Lewis, D.M. Greek Slave Systems in their Eastern Mediterranean Context, c. 800-146 BC
Liapis, V. and Petrides, A.K. (eds.) Greek Tragedy after the Fifth Century: A Survey from c. 400 BC to c. AD 400 
Marzano, A. and Métraux, G.P.R. (eds.) The Roman Villa in the Mediterranean Basin: Late Republic to Late Antiquity
Naiden, F.S. Soldier, Priest and God: A Life of Alexander the Great
Santangelo, F. (ed.) Late Repubican Rome, 88-31 BC (LACTOR 7)
Weiner, J., Stevens, B.E. and Rogers, B.M (eds.) Frankenstein and Its Classics: The Modern Prometheus from Antiquity to Science Fiction
Woodruff, P. (ed.) The Oedipus Plays of Sophocles: Philosophical Perspectives
Yuretich, L. (tr.) The Chronicle of Constantine Manasses

 

 

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