5. Language and Literature (2024)

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Ancient Authors

2024.1.5.01

Allan, W. and L. Swift. 2024. Euripides: Bacchae. Cambridge Greek and Latin Classics. Cambridge/New York.

(ISBN 9781108844550)

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Barchiesi, A., E.J. Kenney, and J.D. Reed. 2024. A commentary on Ovid’s Metamorphoses. Vol. 2. Books 7–12. Cambridge/ New York.

(ISBN 9780521895804)

2024.1.5.03

Boyle, A.J. 2023. Seneca. Hercules, edited with introduction, translation and commentary. Oxford.

(ISBN 9780198856948)

2024.1.5.04

de Fátima Silva, M. 2024. Eurípides. Fragmentos. Vol. I. Tradução do grego, com estudo introdutório e comentario. Coimbra.

(ISBN 9789892625515)

http://monographs.uc.pt/iuc/catalog/view/435/985/1747-1

2024.1.5.05

Fernández Delgado, J.A. 2022. Hesiod. Catálogo de las mujeres y otros fragmentos. Introducción, edición, traducción y notas de José Antonio Fernández Delgado. Colección de autores griegos y latinos. Madrid.

(ISBN 9788400110833)

2024.1.5.06

Foulon, É. and M. Molin. 2024. Polybe. Histoires. Livres XXII – XXIX. Collection des universités de France. Série grecque – Collection Budé, 574. Paris.

(ISBN 9782251006598)

2024.1.5.07

Levitan, W. and S. Lombardo (eds.). 2022. Nonnus, of Panopolis. Tales of Dionysus: the Dionysiaca of Nonnus of Panopolis: a group translation. Ann Arbor.

(ISBN 9780472038961)

2024.1.5.08

Ozbek, L. 2023. Sofocle, Niobe. Introduzione, testo critico, commento e traduzione. Venice.

(ISBN 9788869698132)

2024.1.5.09

Wells, J.B. 2024. Honey Voiced: a translation of Pindar’s songs for athletes. Bloomsbury classical studies monographs. London.

(ISBN 9781350226401)

Books

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Blum-Sorensen, J. 2023. Epic ambition: Hercules and the politics of emulation in Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica. Wisconsin studies in classics. Madison.

(ISBN 9780299344603)

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Borgna, E. 2021. Sofocle, Antigone e la sua follia. Intersezioni 569. La voce degli antichi. Bologna.

(ISBN 9788815294128)

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Böttcher, E. 2023.Ovids Weltgedicht der Metamorphosen: zur Intertextualität als Multiplikationsfaktor. Göttinger Forum für Altertumswissenschaft. Beihefte N.F., 14. Berlin.

(ISBN 9783110784152)

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Bridges, E. 2023. Warriors’ wives: ancient Greek myth and modern experience. Oxford.

(ISBN 9780198843528)

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Catenaccio, C. 2023. Monody in Euripides: character and the liberation of form in late Greek tragedy. Cambridge/New York.

(ISBN 9781009300124)

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Corrente, P. 2021. Dioniso e gli dèi morenti: storia della morte e resurrezione divina nelle antiche mitologie mediterranee. Milan.

(ISBN 9788857582146)

2024.1.5.16

Dieu, E. 2022. Traité d’accentuation grecque. Innsbrucker Beiträge zur Sprachwissenschaft, 168. Innsbruck. (esp. pp. 561–73)

(ISBN 9783851247559)

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Endress, L. 2024. Trajectoires textuelles de l’Hercule médiéval Mythographie, historiographie et au-delà. Recherches littéraires médiévales, Nr. 42. Paris.

(ISBN 9782406154624)

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Hagen, E. 2024. Variationen über Latinus. Erzählungen über die Ursprünge der Latiner von Hesiod bis ins 3. Jahrhundert v. Chr. Historia Einzelschriften 273. Stuttgart.

(ISBN 9783515136150)

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Massetti, L. 2024. Pindar’s Pythian Twelve: A Linguistic Commentary and a Comparative Study. Ancient Languages and Civilizations, Volume: 6. Leiden/Boston.

(ISBN 9789004688070)

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Miller, P.J. 2024. In Praise of Greek Athletes. Echoes of the Herald’s Proclamation in Epinikian and Epigram. Cambridge.

(ISBN 9781009365956)

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Soler i Amigó, J. 2022. Los mitos griegos y nosotros: viaje a los cimientos de la civilización occidental. Barcelona.

(ISBN 9788413611341)

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Stolfi, E. 2022. La giustizia in scena: diritto e potere in Eschilo e Sofocle. Bologna.

(ISBN 9788815295910)

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Tomcik, M. 2023. Aurores et crépuscules dans la Thébaïde de Stace. Mnemosyne, Supplements, Volume 469. Leiden/Boston.

(ISBN 9789004537132)

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Tsiampokalos, T. 2024. Plutarch and Rhetoric. The Relationship of Rhetoric to Ethics, Politics and Education in the First and Second Centuries AD. Leuven,

(ISBN 9789462704190)

2024.1.5.25

Visonà, L. 2023. La guerre contre l’autre. Les campagnes parthiques dans l’oeuvre de Plutarque. Alessandria.

(ISBN 9788836133543)

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Watanabe, J. and Pérez Díaz, C. (eds.) 2023. Antígona: a bilingual edition with critical essays. Classics and the postcolonial. Abingdon/New York.

(ISBN 9780367713386)

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Wunderl, M. 2023. Das Symposion bei Herodot. Classica Monacensia, 60. Tübingen.

(ISBN 9783381101115)

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Zeitlin, F.I. 2023. The Retrospective Muse. Pathways through Ancient Greek Literature and Culture. Ithaca.

(ISBN 9781501772962)

Articles

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Boscà Cuquerella, A. 2023. “Instructive Sententiae from Euripides’s Phoenician Women: The Case of Polyneices (387–406).” In P. Mitsis, V. Pichugina and H.L. Reid (eds.), Paideia on Stage. Fonte Aretusa: 145–163.

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Alepidou, A. 2024. “Heracles in Homer and Hesiod: Shared ID, Distinct Perspectives.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 107–130.

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Bailey, C. 2024. “Cattle in the Marketplace: The Abandoned Agora in Plutarch’s Life of Timoleon and Dio Chrysostom’s Euboean Discourse.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 14–32.

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Bär, S. 2024. “Heracles and Hesione in the Iliad.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 146–163.

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Bartol, K. 2024. “Philoxeni in Plutarch and Athenaeus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 181–192.

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Battezzato, L. and F. Della Rossa. 2023. “Pindar, Nemean 3.36: ἐγκονητί and Greek Lexica.” The Classical Quarterly 73.1: 17–25.

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Beneker, J. 2024. “Plutarch’s Flamininus: A Roman Hero for a New Greek World.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 3–13.

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Beneker, J. 2024. “‘Your God will be my God’: How John Zonaras Rewrote Plutarch’s Alexander.” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 64.1: 102–130.

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Bottenberg, L. 2024. “One Body, One Mind: Friendship in Plutarch’s De amicorum multitudine and Lucian’s Toxaris.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 317–334.

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Boychenko, L. 2024. “The Hymn to Delos and Callimachus’ Blame of Thebes.” Mnemosyne 77.2: 263–82.

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Burzacchini, G. 2023. “Marginalia Corinniana.” Eikasmós 34: 89–92.

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Carvalho Abrantes, M. 2023. “É possível reconstruir as Guerras de Tebas?” Boletim de Estudos Clássicos 68: 25–41.

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Catanzaro, A. 2024. “Avoiding Tyranny through Education: Plutarch’s, Dio Chrysostom’s, and Seneca’s Drugs for the Illness of the Roman Principatus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 46–59.

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Catenaccio, C. 2023. “Dreams in Plutarch’s Lives of Alcibiades and Demosthenes.” The Journal of Hellenic Studies 143: 105–120.

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Celotto, G. 2023. “Rewriting the Thebaid: Pietas and the Furies in Silvae 3.3 (and 5.2).” The Classical Quarterly 73.1: 304–310.

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Citro, S. 2024. “Anecdotes and Rhetorical-Lexical Structures in Plutarch, Valerius Maximus, and Polyaenus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 284–300.

2024.1.5.45

Costa, V. 2023. “Glory, wine, and dice: the emotions of a negative hero in Plutarch’s Life of Demetrius.” Incidenza dell’antico 21: 141–153.

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Currie, B. 2024. “Heracles and Gilgamesh in Early Greek Epic.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 13–62.

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Davies, J. 2023. “Biography and Reality: Themistokles and Aristeides in and beyond Plutarch’s Lives.” In K. Ulanowski and B. Burliga (eds.), Καθηγητής: Studies in Ancient History, Warfare and Art Presented to Nick Sekunda on his Seventieth Birthday. Wiesbaden: 191–206.

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De Luna, M.E. 2024. “Aspects of Cultural Memory in the Imperial Age: On Some Local Arcadian Traditions in Plutarch, Pliny the Elder, and Pausanias.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 241–253.

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Delle Donne, C. 2023. “ὥσπερ ἴχνεσι τοῖς ὀνόμασι. Plutarch’s Cratylus.” Ploutarchos 20: 3–26.

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Demont, P. 2023. “Aïas/Ajax de Pindare à Sophocle, ou la mise en scène d’un héros athénien ‘tragique’.” Revue des Etudes grecques 136: 53–72.

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Di Serio, C. 2024. “Plutarch and the Greek Reasons for Avoiding Pork by the Jews.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 398–409.

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Draper, K. 2023. “The Volcanic Poetics of Statius’ Thebaid.” Phoenix 77: 63–85.

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Eisenfeld, H. 2024. “Of Walls and Monsters: Heracles and Epic Time in Iliad 20.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 164–187.

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Falaschi, E. 2024. “Plutarch and Pliny the Elder: Rome, Art, and Artworks.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 222–238.

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Galasso, L. 2023. “Elementi ovidiani in Ovidio (?): appunti sull’episodio del lupo in Metamorfosi 11.” In E.M. Ariemma, V. D’Urso and N. Lanzarone (eds.), Studi sull’epica latina in onore di Paulo Esposito. Testi e studi di cultura classica, 90. Pisa: 131–140.

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Gatto, M. 2024. “Lycurgus of Sparta in the Imperial Age: Plutarch, Pausanias, and Lucian.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 254–265.

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Gervais, K. 2023. “Abridge Over Troubled Waters: Catullus’ Ariadne, Virgil’s Dido, and the Abridging Allusions of Statius, Thebaid 12.” In E.M. Ariemma, V. D’Urso and N. Lanzarone (eds.), Studi sull’epica latina in onore di Paulo Esposito. Testi e studi di cultura classica, 90. Pisa: 383–392.

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Ginestí Rosell, A. 2024. “Plutarch and Lucian on Symposia.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 381–97.

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Graf, C. 2024. “Oedipus Haerens: Paranoid Lagging in Seneca’s Phoenissae.” Classical Antiquity 43.1: 19–49.

2024.1.5.59

Gregory, J. 2023. “Non Secus in Iugis: Horace Reads Euripides’ Bacchae.” Phoenix 77: 14–22.

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Guittard, C. 2023. “Un unicum chez Virgile (Enéide 8, 290-305): l’institution des Saliens et l’hymne à Hercule.” In E.M. Ariemma, V. D’Urso and N. Lanzarone (eds.), Studi sull’epica latina in onore di Paulo Esposito. Testi e studi di cultura classica, 90. Pisa: 71–84.

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Heil, A. 2024. “’To boldly go where no woman has gone before’. Argias metaphorische Katabasis im zwölften Buch von Statius’ Thebais.“ In C. Schwameis and B. Söllradl (eds.), Gattungstheorie und Dichtungspraxis in neronisch-flavischer Epik. Millennium-Studien, 102. Berlin: 137–180.

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Holzhausen, J. 2024. “Laios und seine Enkelkinder. Zu Sophokles, OT 261.” Hermes 152: 118–121.

2024.1.5.63

Jagiełło, M. 2023. “Hesiod’s Phix and the origins of the Theban Sphinx between Greece and the Levant.” Meander 78: 53–69.

2024.1.5.64

Joanna Sowa, J. 2023. “’Foul and untameable sprout…’ – Plutarch on envy.” Meander 78: 89–109.

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Kalaš, A. and Z. Zelinová. 2022. “Platos’s microcosm and macrocosm – inspired by Hesiod?” Electryone 8.2: 1–15.

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Kim, E. 2024. “Ismene, Interrupted. Conflict and Resolution through the Particle μέν in Sophocles’ Antigone.” Mnemosyne 77.2: 217–240.

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Kirkland, N. B. 2023. “’The friend-making table’: variety and the definition of friendship in Plutarch’s Table Talk.” The Journal of Hellenic Studies 143: 86–104.

2024.1.5.68

Klem, M. J. 2023. “The Voice behind the Mask: Problematizing the Theatre Metaphor for Ecstatic Prophecy in Plutarch’s De Pythiae Oraculis.” The Classical Quarterly 73.1: 311–319.

2024.1.5.69

Kondo, T. 2024. “The Incomplete Feminisms of Plutarch and Musonius Rufus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 352–365.

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Kreuz, G.E. 2024. “Das Epos auf der Bühne? Zu dramatischen Zügen der Thebais des Statius.” In C. Schwameis and B. Söllradl (eds.), Gattungstheorie und Dichtungspraxis in neronisch-flavischer Epik. Millennium-Studien, 102. Berlin: 119–136.

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Kucharski, J. 2023. “Oedipus’ Freudian Slips: Language, Kinship and Tyranny.” Symbolae Philologorum Posnaniensium 33: 205–218.

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Lane, N. 2023. “Pindar, Olympian 2.100.” The Classical Quarterly 73.1: 457–458.

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Lane, N. 2024. “Two Textual Notes on Pindar’s Isthmian Odes.” Hermes 152: 251–256.

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Lavalle Norman, D. 2024. “Permission to Speak? Cleobulina/Eumetis in Plutarch’s Symposium of the Seven Sages and Mary in the Pistis Sophia.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 335–351.

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Leão, D.F. 2024. “Petronius’ Cena Trimalchionis and Plutarch’s Quaestiones convivales: A Comparative Approach to the Banquet and to the Banqueters.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 366–380.

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Liberman, G. 2023. “Olympica Pindarica (I).” Exemplaria Classica 27: 9–55.

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Lulli, L. 2024. “Traces of the Epics on Heracles in the Archaic and Classical Periods: Between Local Interests and Never-Ending Traditions.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 221–239.

2024.1.5.78

Malisse, P. 2024. “Plutarch’s Hesiod: Tradition and Identity Formation in a Greco-Roman Context.” Athens Journal of History 10.1: 41–64.

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Massetti, L. 2023. “Pindar, Perseus, and the θρῆνος πολυκάρηνος in Nonnus of Panopolis.” Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 63.3: 300–324.

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Meeusen, M. 2024. “A Gentleman’s Health: Plutarch and the ‘Age of Hypochondria’.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 410–422.

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Mills, S. 2024. “Civilizer, Killer, Glutton … Moralist? Glimpses of Heracles in Early Greek Epic.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 87–103.

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Morrone, D. 2024. “Some Chemical Mirabilia in Plutarch and Apuleius: Platonist Piety, Natural Science, and Entertainment.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 127–140.

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Mosconi, M. 2023. “Periclean Buildings, Eternal Fame, and Well-being in the Present: the Pericles of Plutarch and the Pericles of Thucydides.” Seminari Romani di Cultura Greca: 239–283.

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Most, G.W. 2024. “Heracles in Hesiod.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 131–145.

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Napoleone, S. 2023. “Alcune riflessioni su Sol. fr. °40 Gent.-Pr. (=31 W.2): un proòimoin ton nomon?” Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 2023.3: 35–45.

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Nijs, W. 2024. “’Cease Provoking the God, My Dear Planetiades’: How Plutarch Deals with Cynic Anti-Oracular Polemics.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 63–75.

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Oppeneer, T. 2024. “Speaking to the People in Theory and Action: Plutarch’s Political Precepts and Dio of Prusa’s Assembly Speeches’ in K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.) Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill's Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 33-45.

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Oudot, E. 2023. ‘La philadelphia conçue par Plutarque. Enjeux éthiques et politiques du traité Sur l’amour fraternal.” In P. Hamon and I. Savalli-Lestrade (eds.), Fratries et relations adelphiques dans les cités grecques (IVe s. a.C. – IIe s. p.C.). Leuven/Paris/Bristol, CT: 367–390.

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Pace, G. 2024. “Plutarch, Seneca and the Greek Tragedy.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 167–180.

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Padovani, F. 2024. “Plutarch, Lucian, and the Debate on How to Write History: A Matter of Paideia?” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 193–206.

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Pajón Leyra, I. 2023. “Animal Behaviour and Barbarian Customs: Points of Contact Between Ethnography and Ethology in Greek and Latin Sources.” Symbolae Osloenses 97: 218–256.

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Parker, R. 2023. “Narratology and Theology: Direct Speech in Pindar.” Mètis 21: 243–246.

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Pérez-Jiménez, A. 2023. “Plutarch’s Parallel Lives and the Greek Christian Fathers of the 2nd Century, with special attention to Clement of Alexandria.” Ploutarchos 20: 27–72.

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Pietruczuk, K. 2024. “A Greek in a Roman Library.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 207–221.

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Pontiggia, L. 2023. “Sicut in Caelo et in Terra. Amphiaraus, Thiodamas, and the Theology of Statius’ Thebaid.” Museum Helveticum 80: 279–292.

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Presutti, T. 2023. “Tra Iporchemi e Parteni (Pindaro, Hyporch. F9 Recchia).” Exemplaria Classica 27: 57–65.

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Prodi, E. 2023. “Didymus’ Commentary on Pindar’s Paeans.” The Classical Quarterly 73.1: 481–483.

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Ranno, A. 2023. “’Literary Androgyny’. Pindaric Intertextuality and Gender in Statius’ Achilleid.” MAIA. Rivista di Litterature Classiche 2023.2–3: 502–519.

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Rodríguez-Noriega Guillén, L. 2023. “Aelian in the Light of Plutarch. Notes on some Parallel Passages.” Ktèma 48: 91–104.

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Roskam, G. 2024. “The Wreck of an Ancient Titanic: Plutarch and Maximus of Tyre on Epicurean Pleasure.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 91–109.

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Rossini, A. 2023. “Nemesis on Gaius Marius (Plu., Mar. 10.2; 23.1; 26.5).” Ploutarchos 20: 73–96.

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Schliephake, C. 2024. “Konflikte um Traum und Traumdeutung in den Schriften Plutarchs von Chaironeia.” In C. Schliephake and G. Weber (eds.), Deutungskämpfe um die antike Divination im Spiegel spätrepublikanischer und kaiserzeitlicher Texte. Historische Zeitschrift – Beiheft 81. Berlin/Boston: 109–140.

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Scodel, R. 2023. “Attribution and Antigone.” In I. Sluiter and F. Budelmann (eds.), Minds on Stage. Greek Tragedy and Cognition. Oxford: 81–97.

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Scodel, R. 2024. “Heracles on Cos.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 63–86.

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Skempis, M. 2023. “Adducive and Revertive Ring-Composition: Beginning and Ending in Homeric Hymn to Hermes.” Rivista di cultura classica e Medioevale 2023.2: 411–413.

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Stock, W-M. 2023. “Chance Encounters in Plot and in Life. On Plutarch’s De genio Socratis.” Ploutarchos 20: 97–120.

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Stoneman, R. 2024. “Plutarch and Epicurus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 76–90.

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Sulimani, I. 2024. “Beyond the Limits of Biography: A Comparative Analysis of Plutarch’s Lycurgus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 266–283.

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Tanga, F. 2024. “Artemidoro, Onirocritica 4.72 e l’ultimo sogno premonitore di Plutarco.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 149–164.

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Troiani, S. 2023. “Il messaggero-boukolos nell’Ifigenia in Tauride e nelle Baccanti di Euripide.” Humanitas 82: 9–30.

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Tsagalis, C.C. 2024. “Narrative and Stylistic Artistry in Early Greek Epic: Creophylus, Pisander, Panyassis.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 191–220.

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Tsiampokalos, T. 2024. “Plutarch in the Middle of a Conflict between Epictetus and Favorinus.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 110–124.

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Van der Wiel, L. 2024. “Exempla for the Emperors: A Comparison of the Prefaces to Valerius Maximus’ Facta et dicta memorabilia and Plutarch’s Regum et imperatorum apophthegmata.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 301–314.

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Vecchiato, S. 2024. “Reassessing Pisander of Camirus, fr. dub. 2 EGEF.” In C.C. Tsagalis (ed.), Heracles in Early Greek Epic. Mnemosyne Supplements 482. Leiden/Boston: 240–258.

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Verhasselt, G. 2024. “The Aegeidae from Phlegra: A Ghost Reference in schol. Pind. Isthm. 7,18a Drachmann.” Hermes 152: 243–250.

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Visonà, L. 2023. “Looking back in Anger: Plutarch on Herodotus on Greek Unity.” Kokalos 60: 311–325.

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Volpe Cacciatore, P. 2024. “De fato of Ps.-Plutarch: Fate, Providence, Free Will.” In K. Jażdżewska and F. Doroszewski (eds.), Plutarch and his Contemporaries. Sharing the Roman Empire. Brill’s Plutarch Studies, Volume: 14. Leiden/Boston: 141–148.

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Wenskus, O. 2024. “Plutarch und der Erdschatten. Zu De genio Socratis 22, 590 F und 591 A. Plutarch and the Earth’s shadow: De genio Socratis 22, 590 F and 591 A.” Hermes 152: 114–117.

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Wiseman, T.P. 2024. “Plutarch, Dionysos, and the Creation of Romulus.” Histos 18: 1–37.

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Ameis, K. 2022. Heimliche Nachtaktionen in der Thebais des Statius. Orbis antiquus 57. Münster.

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Tomcik, M. 2023. Museum Helveticum 80: 335–336.

Hu, A. 2023. Classical Review 74.1: 113–115.

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Barzini, L. 2021. Mystery Cults, Theatre, and Athenian Politics: A Reading of Euripides’ Bacchae and Aristophanes’ Frogs. London.

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Suárez de la Torre, E. 2023. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 143: 302–303.

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Cannatà Fera, M. 2020. Pindaro. Le Nemee. Milan.

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Presutti, T. 2023. Quaderni urbinati di cultura classica 3: 181–191.

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Fowler, R. 2022. Pindar and the Sublime: Greek Myth, Reception, and Lyric Experience. London.

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Eisenfeld, H. 2023. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 143: 335–336.

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Hirsch-Luipold, R. and L. Roig Lanzillotta (eds.). 2021. Plutarch’s Religious Landscapes. Brill’s Plutarch Studies 6. Leiden/Boston.

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Vergara Recreo, S. 2023. Ploutarchos 20: 123–125.

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Hulls, J.-M. 2021. The search for the self in Statius’ ‘Thebaid’: identity, intertext and the sublime. Trends in classics. Supplementary volumes, 116. Berlin/Boston.

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Schroer, C. 2024. Gnomon 96: 134–137.

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Kozak, L. (ed.) 2023. Scapegoat Carnivale’s Tragic Trilogy: Euripides’s Medea, Euripides’s Bacchae, and Sophocles’s Oedipus Tyrannus. Montreal.

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Mattison, K. 2023. Phoenix 77: 162–164.

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Irini Kyriakou, I. 2020. Généalogies épiques. Les fonctions de la parenté et les femmes ancêtres dans la poésie épique grecque archaïque (Untersuchungen zur antiken Literatur und Geschichte 134). Berlin/Boston. Reviewed by:

Biagetti, C. 2021. sehepunkte 21: URL: https://www.sehepunkte.de/2021/04/34230.html

Wagner-Hasel, B. 2024. Klio 106: 315–318.

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Maréchaux, P. and Mineo, B. (eds.) 2020. Plutarque et la construction de l’Histoire: entre récit historique et invention littéraire. Actes du colloque organisé les 13 et 14 mai 2016 à l’université de Nantes. Rennes.

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Dubreuil, R. 2023. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 143: 370–372.

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Meriani, A. (ed.) 2021. Plutarchi Chaeronensis De musica Carolo Valgulio interprete. Florence.

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Ercoles, M. 2023. Eikasmós 34: 431–436.

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Österdahl, P. 2021. Pindaric Scholarship between Aristarchus and Didymus. An Edition of the Fragments with Explanatory Notes and Discussion of Early Pindaric Scholarship. Stockholm.

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Neumann-Hartmann, A. 2024. Gnomon 96: 196–200.

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Pantelia, M.C. 2022. Thesaurus Linguae Graecae. A Bibliographic Guide to the Canon of Greek Authors and Works. Oakland, California.

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Netz, R. 2024. Classical Review 74.1: 37–39.

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Park, A. 2023. Reciprocity, Truth, and Gender in Pindar and Aeschylus. Ann Arbor.

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Roe, T.P.A. 2024. Classical Review 74.1: 50–52.

Spiliotopoulos, G. 2024. Classical World 117.2: 227–228.

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Quérini, N. 2023. De la connaissance de soi au devenir soi: Platon, Pindare et Nietzsche. Paris.

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Briand, M. 2024. Bryn Mawr Classical Review BMCR 2024.06.04

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Recchia, M. 2022. Pindari et Bacchylidis Hyporchematum Fragmenta (2022.1.5.03). Rome.

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Skempis, M. 2023. Exemplaria Classica 27: 257–260.

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Roskam, G. (ed.) 2021. Plutarch. Greece & Rome New Surveys in the Classics 47. Cambridge.

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Pinheiro, J. 2023. Humanitas 82: 199–201.

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Tomcik, M. 2023. Aurores et crépuscules dans la Thébaïde de Stace. Mnemosyne, Supplements, Volume 469. Leiden/Boston.

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Bussières, M-P. 2024. Bryn Mawr Classical Review BMCR 2024.02.06

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Visonà, L. 2023. La guerre contre l’autre. Les campagnes parthiques dans l’oeuvre de Plutarque. Alessandria.

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Tanga, F. 2023. Ploutarchos 20: 121–123.

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Watanabe, J. and Pérez Díaz, C. (eds.) 2023. Antígona: a bilingual edition with critical essays. Classics and the postcolonial. Abingdon/New York.

Reviewed by: Henao Castro, A.F. 2023. Bryn Mawr Classical Review BMCR 2023.12.21

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Warren, L. 2022. Like a captive bird: gender and virtue in Plutarch. Amherst.

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Caterine, M.M. 2024. Classical Review 74.1: 85–87.

van Geel, L. 2024. Bryn Mawr Classical Review BMCR 2024.01.07

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