restricted access   Volume 8, Number 3, 2008, LII—Series III

Table of Contents

Commermoration in Antiquity

Sub-edited by Rebecca Nagel

Articles

Introduction

pp. i-ii
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"In the 100th Year Approximately …": Qualified Ordinal Statements of Time in the Greek Historians

pp. 319-332
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Critias' Commemoration of Athens

pp. 333-354
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Οὐκ ἐλ ττω παραδώϲω τὴν πατρίδα: The Ephebic Oath and the Oath of Plataia In Fourth-Century Athens

pp. 355-376
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Commemorating Freedom: I.Metropolis and the Restoration of Freedom

pp. 377-393
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The Disappearance and Reappearance of Exetasis

pp. 395-408
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Redefining Imagines: Ancestor Masks and Political Legitimacy in the Rhetoric of New Men

pp. 409-416
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Provincial Patrons and Commemorative Rivalries: Rethinking the Roman Arch Monument

pp. 417-450
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Rome and the Ruin of Memory

pp. 451-467
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Book Reviews/ Comptes Rendus

The Cambridge Dictionary of Classical Civilization (review)

pp. 469-473
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Inconsistency in Roman Epic: Studies in Catullus, Lucretius, Vergil, Ovid and Lucan (review)

pp. 473-483
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Mnemotechnics and Virgil: The Art of Memory and Remembering (review)

pp. 483-486
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Mayor's Juvenal: "Thirteen Satires" with new introduction and bibliography by John Henderson (review)

pp. 486-488
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Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity. Inheritance, Authority, and Change (review)

pp. 488-493
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Index to Volume LII

Index to Volume LII / Series III, Volume 8, 2008

pp. 494-496
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