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Archaic Greece. New evidence and new approaches
edited by Nick Fisher and Hans van Wees

ISBN 978-1-914535-31-4, paperback, 480 pp., 2023,

The study of archaic Greece is being transformed by exciting discoveries and interpretations. [More details]

Foreigners at Rome. Citizens and strangers
by David Noy

ISBN 9781914535284, paperback, 376pp., 2022,

'The Tiber has been joined by the Orontes'. So wrote the Roman satirist Juvenal in a complaint about immigration to the Empire's capital. [More details]

The Hellenistic World. New perspectives
edited by Daniel Ogden

ISBN 978-1-914535-32-1, paperback, 408 pp., b/w pls., figs., maps, 2023,

The history of the hellenistic world has long been more popular than has widely been realized. This volume seeks to contribute to that popularity. [More details]

Reason and Necessity. Essays on Plato's Timaeus
edited by M.R. Wright

ISBN 9780715630570, paperback, xvi+191 pp., 2023,

Plato's Timaeus contains a powerful and influential myth, of the construction of the universe by a divine craftsman. A god imposes reason on necessity, to bring order from a primeval 'receptacle' of disordered matter. [More details]

Seneca in Performance
edited by George W.M. Harrison

ISBN 978-1-914535-34-5, paperback, 274 pp., 2023,

The plays of Seneca the Younger, minister and philosopher under Nero, are today increasingly studied, appreciated and performed. [More details]

Sparta. Beyond the mirage
edited by Anton Powell and Stephen Hodkinson

ISBN 978-1-914535-30-7, paperback, 374 pp., 2023

The study of the Spartans is now pursued more widely and intensively than ever. Indeed, no longer is Sparta the 'second city' of ancient Greece. [More details]

Sport and Festival in the Ancient Greek World
edited by David Phillips and David Pritchard

ISBN 9781905125524 , paperback, xxxi+416 pp., b/w pls., 2021

How did sport and festival affect the ancient Greek city? How did the values of athletics pervade Greek culture? [More details]

Through A Glass Darkly: Magic, Dreams and Prophecy in Ancient Eygpt
by Kasia Szpakowska

ISBN 978-1-914535-35-2 , paperback, 288pp, 2023,

Magic, dreams, and prophecy played important roles in ancient Egypt, as recent scholarship has increasingly made clear. In this volume eminent international Egyptologists come together to explore such divination across a wide period. [More details]

Women's Dress in the Ancient Greek World
edited by Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones

ISBN 978-1-914535-36-9, paperback, 278pp., b/w pls., figs., 2023

The clothing and ornament of Greek women signalled much about the status and the morality assigned to them. [More details]

Worshipping Virtues. Personification and the divine in ancient Greece
by Emma Stafford

ISBN 9781914535-29-1, paperback, 288pp., 27 b/w pls., figs., 2022,

The Greeks, in Dr Johnston's phrase, 'shock the mind by ascribing effects to non-entity'. The culture of ancient Greece was thronged with personifications. [More details]

Battle in Antiquity
edited by Alan B. Lloyd

ISBN 978-1-905125-27-2, paperback, 2009,

How do fighting men act and feel in battle? How do they deal with the trauma of conflict? What determines the outcome of battle? [More details]

Julius Caesar as Artful Reporter
edited by Kathryn Welch and Anton Powell

ISBN 978-1-905125-28-9, paperback, xii+225 pp, 2009,

The writings of Julius Caesar have beguiled by their apparent simplicity. Generations of readers have been encouraged to see them as a limpid record of positive achievement. The contributors to this volume demonstrate that the appearance of simplicity is achieved by devious and accomplished art. [More details]

Organised Crime in Antiquity
edited by Keith Hopwood

ISBN 978-1-905125-29-6, paperback, xv+278 pp., 2009,

'What are states but large bandit-bands, and what are bandit bands but small states?' So asked St Augustine, reflecting on the late Roman world. [More details]

Property and Wealth in Classical Sparta
by Stephen Hodkinson

ISBN 978-1-905125-30-2, paperback, xiii+498 pp., maps, figs., 2009,

The standard image of Sparta is of an egalitarian, military society which disdained material possessions.  Yet property and wealth played a critical role in her history. [More details]

Sparta. New perspectives
edited by Stephen Hodkinson and Anton Powell

ISBN 978-1-905125-31-9, paperback, xxvi+427 pp., 2009,

The history of Sparta is increasingly seen as important, not only for its own sake, but also for understanding Athenian literature and the political history of numerous Greek states. [More details]

Thucydides. Man's place in history
by Hans-Peter Stahl

ISBN 978-1-905125-32-6, paperback, v+248 pp., 2009,

Stahl's book is widely recognised as one of the defining studies of Thucydides from the 20th century. [More details]

Vergil's Aeneid. Augustan epic and political context
edited by Hans-Peter Stahl

ISBN 978-1-905125-33-3, paperback, xxxiii+ 234 pp., 2009,

The Aeneid may be considered a test case for diverging modern methods of criticism. [More details]

Virgil the Partisan. A study in the re-integration of Classics
by Anton Powell

ISBN 13: 978-1-905125-54-8, paperback, 310 pp, 2012,

Awarded in 2011 the prize of the Vergilian Society
for `the book that makes the greatest contribution toward our
understanding and appreciation of Vergil'.
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War and Violence in Ancient Greece
edited by Hans van Wees

ISBN 978-1-905125-34-0, paperback, x+389 pp., 2009,

The study of Greek warfare should involve much more than reconstructing the experience of combat or revisiting the great wars of the classical period. [More details]

What is a God? Studies in the Nature of Greek Divinity
edited by Alan B. Lloyd

ISBN 978-1-905125-35-7, paperback, vii+187 pp., 2009,

This collection of eleven original essays examines the earliest traces of religious thought in the Minoan and Mycenaean cultures, and explores the resemblances between the religious ideas of the Greeks and of non-Greek areas of Asia. [More details]