1. Playing the Philosopher: Plato in Fourth-Century Comedy
  2. Matthew C. Farmer
  3. pp. 1-41
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  1. Eratosthenes' Letter to Ptolemy: The Literary Mechanics of Empire
  2. Max Leventhal
  3. pp. 43-84
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  1. Empedocles' "Roots" in Lucretius' De Rerum Natura
  2. Jason S. Nethercut
  3. pp. 85-105
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  1. Pharsalia as Rome's "Day of Doom" in Lucan
  2. Timothy A. Joseph
  3. pp. 107-141
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  1. State Finance in the Middle Roman Republic: A Reevaluation
  2. Michael J. Taylor
  3. pp. 143-180
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  1. Hesiod's Theogony: From Near Eastern Creation Myths to Paradise Lost by Stephen Scully (review)
  2. Deborah Lyons
  3. pp. 181-184
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  1. Epideictic Rhetoric: Questioning the Stakes of Ancient Praise by Laurent Pernot (review)
  2. John T. Kirby
  3. pp. 184-188
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  1. Tarpeia: Workings of a Roman Myth by T. S. Welch (review)
  2. Micaela Janan
  3. pp. 188-192
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  1. The Politics of Public Space in Republican Rome by Amy Russell (review)
  2. Jeremy Armstrong
  3. pp. 192-195
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  1. Reproducing Rome: Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca, and Statius by Mairéad McAuley (review)
  2. Hunter H. Gardner
  3. pp. 195-199
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  1. Books Received
  2. pp. 201-204
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