Journal of Roman Studies 107 (2017)

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The Journal of Roman Studies 107, 2017


Simon Day, The People's Rôle in Allocating Provincial Commands in the Middle Roman Republic, pp. 1-26

Lisa Pilar Eberle, Enora Le Quéré, Landed Traders, Trading Agriculturalists? Land in the Economy of the Italian Diaspora in the Greek East, pp. 27-59

Cynthia Bannon, Fresh Water in Roman Law: Rights and Policy, pp. 60-89

Francesca Martelli, The Triumph of Letters: Rewriting Cicero in ad Fam. 15, pp. 90-115

Kirk Freudenburg, Seeing Marcellus in Aeneid 6, pp. 116-139

David Kovacs, Horace, Odes 4.1: a Contradiction Removed

Edmund Thomas, The Cult Statues of the Pantheon, pp. 146-212

Joseph A. Howley, Book-Burning and the Uses of Writing in Ancient Rome: Destructive Practice between Literature and Document, pp. 213-236

Pedro Mateos, Antonio Pizzo, Ángel Ventura, Arcus Divi Constantini: An Architectural Analysis and Chronological Proposal for the Arch of Janus in the Forum Boarium in Rome

Lieve van Hoof, Peter van Nuffelen, The Historiography of Crisis: Jordanes, Cassiodorus and Justinian in mid-sixth-century Constantinople, pp. 275-300

Justin A. Stover, The Date of the Bucolic Poet Martius Valerius, pp. 301-335


J. HADAS-LEBEL, LES CAS LOCAUX EN ETRUSQUE (Biblioteca di Studi Etruschi 56). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2016. Pp. 167. isbn 9788876892912. €120.00. O. PAOLETTI (ED.), LA CORSICA E POPULONIA: ATTI DEL XXVIII CONVEGNO DI STUDI ETRUSCHI ED ITALICI: BASTIA, ALÉRIA, PIOMBINO, POPULONIA, 25–29 OTTOBRE 2011 (Atti di Convegni/Istituto Nazionale di Studi Etruschi ed Italici 28). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2015. Pp. 602, illus. isbn 9788876892868. €220.00. L. M. MICHETTI and I. VAN KAMPEN (EDS), IL TUMULO DI MONTE AGUZZO A VEIO E LA COLLEZIONE CHIGI: RICOSTRUZIONE DEL CONTESTO DELL'OLPE CHIGI E NOTE SULLA FORMAZIONE DELLA COLLEZIONE ARCHEOLOGICA DELLA FAMIGLIA CHIGI A FORMELLO (Monumenti antichi/pubblicati per cura della Accademia Nazionale dei Lincei. Serie miscellanea 16 (= 70 della serie generale)). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2014. Pp. 221, illus. isbn 9788876892820. €230.00.
Lucy Shipley, pp. 336-338

C. R. POTTS, RELIGIOUS ARCHITECTURE IN LATIUM AND ETRURIA, c. 900–500 BC (Oxford Monographs on Classical Archaeology). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xxix + 178, illus. isbn 9780198722076. £75.00.
Sinclair Bell, pp. 338-339

F. GILOTTA and G. TAGLIAMONTE (EDS), SUI DUE VERSANTI DELL'APPENNINO: NECROPOLI E DISTRETTI CULTURALI TRA VII E VI SEC. A.C.: ATTI DEL SEMINARIO, SANTA MARIA CAPUA VETERE, 12 NOVEMBRE 2013 (Biblioteca di ‘Studi etruschi’ 55). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2015. Pp. xvii + 280, illus. isbn 9788876892943. €195.00. M. C. BIELLA, I BRONZI VOTIVI DAL SANTUARIO DI CORFINIO: LOCALITÀ FONTE SANT'IPPOLITO (Biblioteca di ‘Studi etruschi’ 54). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2015. Pp. xv + 108, illus. isbn 9788876892875. €140.00. M. SCARRONE, LA PITTURA VASCOLARE ETRUSCA DEL V SECOLO (Archaeologica 174). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2015. Pp. xxii + 320, illus. isbn 9788876892882. €150.00. F. DE ANGELIS, MITI GRECI IN TOMBE ETRUSCHE: LE URNE CINERARIE DI CHIUSI (Monumenti antichi/Accademia nazionale dei Lincei 73). Rome: Giorgio Bretschneider editore, 2015. Pp. 455, illus. isbn 9788876892905. €395.00.
Eóin O'Donoghue, pp. 339-342

R. SCOPACASA, ANCIENT SAMNIUM: SETTLEMENT, CULTURE, AND IDENTITY BETWEEN HISTORY AND ARCHAEOLOGY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xiii + 352, illus. isbn 9780198713760. £75.00.
Joshua Hall, pp. 342-343

L. C. LANCASTER, INNOVATIVE VAULTING IN THE ARCHITECTURE OF THE ROMAN EMPIRE: 1st TO 4th CENTURIES CE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xxvi + 254, illus. isbn 9781107059351. £64.99/US$99.99. P. VITTI, BUILDING ROMAN GREECE: INNOVATION IN VAULTED CONSTRUCTION IN THE PELOPONNESE (Studia Archaeologica 206). Rome: ‘L'Erma’ di Bretschneider, 2016. Pp. 432, illus. isbn 9788891309518. €250.00. C. M. AMICI, ARCHITETTURA ROMANA. DAL CANTIERE ALL'ARCHITETTO: SOLUZIONI CONCRETE PER IDEE PROGETTUALI (Bibliotheca Archaeologica 53). Rome: ‘L'Erma’ di Bretschneider, 2016. Pp. 139, illus. isbn 788891309723. €90.00.
Niccolò Mugnai, pp. 343-346

M. GRIMALDI, POMPEI: LA CASA DI MARCO FABIO RUFO (Collana Pompei 2). Naples: Valtrend editore, 2014. Pp. 388, illus. isbn 9788888623788. €170.00. M. GRIMALDI, POMPEI: IL FORO CIVILE NELLA POMPEIANARUM ANTIQUITATUM HISTORIA DI G. FIORELLI (Collana Pompei 3). Naples: Valtrend editore, 2015. Pp. 255, illus. isbn 9788888623351. €135.00.
Penelope Allison, pp. 346-348

V. L. CAMPBELL, THE TOMBS OF POMPEII: ORGANIZATION, SPACE, AND SOCIETY (Routledge Studies in Ancient History 7). New York/London: Routledge, 2015. Pp. xi + 355, illus. isbn 9781138809192 (bound); 9780315750187 (e-book). £90.00.
Emma-Jayne Graham, pp. 348-349

G. J. GORSKI and J. E. PACKER, THE ROMAN FORUM: A RECONSTRUCTION AND ARCHITECTURAL GUIDE. New York/Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xxii + 437, illus. isbn 9780521192446. £150.00/US$250.00.
Jeffrey A. Becker, pp. 349-351

I. ÖSTENBERG, S. MALMBERG and J. BJØRNEBYE (EDS), THE MOVING CITY: PROCESSIONS, PASSAGES AND PROMENADES IN ANCIENT ROME. London: Bloomsbury Academic, 2015. Pp. xiv + 361, illus. isbn 9781472528001 (paper); 9781472534491 (e-book). £80.00.
Claire Holleran, pp. 351-352

C. H. LANGE and F. J. VERVAET (EDS), THE ROMAN REPUBLICAN TRIUMPH: BEYOND THE SPECTACLE (Analecta Romana Instituti Danici: Supplementum 45). Rome: Edizioni Quasar, 2014. Pp. 261, illus. isbn 9788871405766. €32.00.
Paul Burton, pp. 352-354

A. H. LUSHKOV, MAGISTRACY AND THE HISTORIOGRAPHY OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC: POLITICS IN PROSE. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 201. isbn 9781107040908. £65.00/US$99.00.
Joanna Kenty, pp. 354-355

F. J. VERVAET, THE HIGH COMMAND IN THE ROMAN REPUBLIC: THE PRINCIPLE OF THE SUMMUM IMPERIUM AUSPICIUMQUE FROM 509 TO 19 BCE (Historia Einzelschriften 232). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2014. Pp. 369. isbn 9783515106306. €69.00.
Wolfgang Havener, pp. 355-356

A. VASALY, LIVY'S POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY: POWER AND PERSONALITY IN EARLY ROME. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 209. isbn 9781107065673 (bound); 9781316236741 (ebook). £55.00/US$90.00.
Mary Jaeger, pp. 357-358

R. HAEUSSLER, BECOMING ROMAN? DIVERGING IDENTITIES AND EXPERIENCES IN ANCIENT NORTHWEST ITALY (Publications of the Institute of Archaeology, University College London 57). Walnut Creek, CA: Left Coast Press, 2013. Pp. 386, illus. isbn 9781611321869. £62.95/US$79.00.
Louise Revell, pp. 358-359

S. T. ROSELAAR (ED.), PROCESSES OF CULTURAL CHANGE AND INTEGRATION IN THE ROMAN WORLD (Mnemosyne Supplements. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity 382). Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2015. Pp. x + 314. isbn 9789004294547. £100.00/€115.00/US$149.00.
Arjan Zuiderhoek, pp. 359-361

M. JEHNE and F. PINA POLO (EDS), FOREIGN CLIENTELAE IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE. A RECONSIDERATION (Historia Einzelschriften 238). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2015. Pp. 374, illus. isbn 9783515110617. €68.00.
Federico Santangelo, pp. 361-362

A. PEER, JULIUS CAESAR'S BELLUM CIVILE AND THE COMPOSITION OF A NEW REALITY. Farnham, Surrey/Burlington, VT: Ashgate Publishing Company, 2015. Pp. x + 200. isbn 9781472452078 (bound); 9781472452085 (e-book). £70.00.
Cynthia Damon, pp. 362-363

T. STEVENSON, JULIUS CAESAR AND THE TRANSFORMATION OF THE ROMAN REPUBLIC. London/New York: Routledge, 2015. Pp. x + 212, illus. isbn 9781138808225 (bound); 9781138808218 (paper). £90.00 (bound); £25.99 (paper).
Trevor Stacy Luke, pp. 363-364

M. LAIRD, CIVIC MONUMENTS AND THE AUGUSTALES IN ROMAN ITALY. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xvii + 349, illus. isbn 97811070088229. £64.99/US$99.99.
Lindsey Vandevoorde, pp. 364-366

O. HEKSTER, EMPERORS AND ANCESTORS: ROMAN RULERS AND THE CONSTRAINTS OF TRADITION. (Oxford Studies in Ancient Culture and Representation). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xxxii + 395, illus. isbn 9780198736820. £80.00.
Caillan Davenport, pp. 366-367

B. W. WINTER, DIVINE HONOURS FOR THE CAESARS: THE FIRST CHRISTIANS’ RESPONSES. Grand Rapids, MI: William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, 2015. Pp. x + 338. isbn 9780802872579. £23.99/US$35.00.
Justin K. Hardin, pp. 367-368

T. J. MORGAN, ROMAN FAITH AND CHRISTIAN FAITH: PISTIS AND FIDES IN THE EARLY ROMAN EMPIRE AND EARLY CHURCHES. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 626. isbn 9780198724148. £95.00.
Ilaria L. E. Ramelli, pp. 368-369

A. K. MARSHAK, THE MANY FACES OF HEROD THE GREAT. Grand Rapids/Cambridge: W. B. Eerdmans Publishing, 2015. Pp. xxix + 400, illus. isbn 9780802866059. £23.99/US$35.00.
Allen Kerkeslager, pp. 369-370

D. MACRAE, LEGIBLE RELIGION: BOOKS, GODS, AND RITUALS IN ROMAN CULTURE. Cambridge, MA/London: Harvard University Press, 2016. Pp. 259. isbn 9780674088719. £36.95/US$49.95.
Federico Santangelo, pp. 371-372

T. S. WELCH, TARPEIA: WORKINGS OF A ROMAN MYTH. Columbus, Ohio: The Ohio State University Press, 2015. Pp. xii + 331, illus. isbn 9780814212813. US$68.95.
Matthew Fox, pp. 372-373

M. SWETNAM-BURLAND, EGYPT IN ITALY: VISIONS OF EGYPT IN ROMAN IMPERIAL CULTURE. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xii + 249, illus. isbn 9781107040489. £70.00/US$110.00.
Zahra Newby, pp. 373-374

Y. BROUX, DOUBLE NAMES AND ELITE STRATEGY IN ROMAN EGYPT (Studia Hellenistica 54). Leuven: Peeters, 2015. Pp. viii + 317, illus. isbn 9789042931251. €94.00.
Christelle Fischer-Bovet, pp. 374-375

B. EDELMANN-SINGER, KOINA UND CONCILIA: GENESE, ORGANISATION UND SOZIOÖKONMISCHE FUNKTION DER PROVINZIALLANDTAGE IM RÖMISCHEN REICH (Heidelberger althistorische Beiträge und epigraphische Studien 57). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2015. Pp. 363. isbn 9783515111003. €62.00.
Daniëlle Slootjes, pp. 375-376

L. BRASSOUS and A. QUEVEDO (EDS), URBANISME CIVIQUE EN TEMPS DE CRISE. LES ESPACES PUBLICS D'HISPANIE ET DE L'OCCIDENT ROMAIN ENTRE LE IIe ET LE IVe SIÈCLE (Collection de la Casa de Velázquez 149). Madrid: Casa de Velázquez, 2015. Pp. 388, illus. isbn 9788490960103. €31.00.
Evan Scherer, pp. 377-378

M. PITTS and M. J. VERSLUYS (EDS), GLOBALISATION AND THE ROMAN WORLD: WORLD HISTORY, CONNECTIVITY AND MATERIAL CULTURE. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. ix + 296, illus., maps. isbn 9781107043749. £65.00/US$99.00.
Justin Leidwanger, pp. 378-379

P. ERDKAMP and K. VERBOVEN (EDS), STRUCTURE AND PERFORMANCE IN THE ROMAN ECONOMY: MODELS, METHODS AND CASE STUDIES (Collection Latomus 350). Brussels: Éditions Latomus, 2015. Pp. 238, illus. isbn 9789042932807. €45.00.
Matthew S. Hobson, pp. 379-381

F. DE CALLATAŸ (ED.), QUANTIFYING THE GRECO-ROMAN ECONOMY AND BEYOND (Pragmateiai 27). Bari: Edipuglia, 2014. Pp. 257. isbn 9788872287446. €60.00. C. APICELLA, M.-L. HAACK and F. LEROUXEL (EDS), LES AFFAIRES DE MONSIEUR ANDREAU: ÉCONOMIE ET SOCIÉTÉ DU MONDE ROMAIN (Scripta antiqua 61). Paris: Ausonius, 2014. Pp. 315, illus. isbn 9782356131089. €25.00.
Colin P. Elliott, pp. 381-383

P. ERDKAMP, K. VERBOVEN and A. ZUIDERHOEK (EDS), OWNERSHIP AND EXPLOITATION OF LAND AND NATURAL RESOURCES IN THE ROMAN WORLD (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xiii + 407, illus. isbn 9780198728924. £90.00.
Philip Kay, pp. 383-384

A. WILSON and M. FLOHR (EDS), URBAN CRAFTSMEN AND TRADERS IN THE ROMAN WORLD (Oxford Studies on the Roman Economy). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xvi + 408, illus. isbn 9780198748489. £80.00.
Matt Gibbs, pp. 385-386

L. E. TACOMA, MOVING ROMANS: MIGRATION TO ROME IN THE PRINCIPATE. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. viii + 304, illus. isbn 9780198768050. £70.00/US$110.00.
Ryan R. Abrecht, pp. 386-387

M. GEORGE (ED.), ROMAN SLAVERY AND ROMAN MATERIAL CULTURE (Phoenix Supplementary Volume 52). Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 2013. Pp. viii + 240, illus. isbn 9781442644571. £52.99.
Jane Webster, pp. 387-388

J. BAYLEY, I. FREESTONE and C. JACKSON (EDS), GLASS OF THE ROMAN WORLD. Oxford: Oxbow Books, 2015. Pp. xxvi + 204, illus. isbn 9781782977742. £40.00. C. S. LIGHTFOOT, ENNION: MASTER OF ROMAN GLASS. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art (distributed by Yale University Press), 2014. Pp. 160, illus. isbn 9781588395580 (MMA); 9780300208771 (Yale). £15.00.
Janet Duncan Jones, pp. 389-391

I. ISRAELOWICH, PATIENTS AND HEALERS IN THE HIGH ROMAN EMPIRE. Baltimore: John Hopkins University Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 191, illus. isbn 9781421416281 (bound); 9781421416298 (e-book). US$59.95/£38.50.
Daniel King, pp. 391-392

D. J. BREEZE, THE ROMAN ARMY (Classical World Series). London/New York: Bloombsury Academic, 2016. Pp. xiv + 150, illus. isbn 9781474227155 (paper); 9781474227162 (e-book). £14.99.
Conor Whately, pp. 393-394

S. ORTISI, MILITÄRISCHE AUSRÜSTUNG UND PFERDEGESCHIRR AUS DEN VESUVSTÄDTEN. Wiesbaden: Dr Ludwig Reichert Verlag, 2015. Pp. 280, illus. isbn 9783954900213. €119.95.
Sebastian Schuckelt, pp. 394-395

E. A. HEMELRIJK, HIDDEN LIVES, PUBLIC PERSONAE. WOMEN AND CIVIC LIFE IN THE ROMAN WEST. Oxford/NewYork: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xx + 610, illus. isbn 9780190251888. £55.00/US$85.00.
Rachel Meyers, pp. 395-396

K. GALINSKY and K. LAPATIN (EDS), CULTURAL MEMORIES IN THE ROMAN EMPIRE. Los Angeles: J. Paul Getty Museum, 2015. Pp. xiv + 296, illus. isbn 9781606064627. £55.00/US$85.00. K. GALINSKY (ED.), MEMORY IN ANCIENT ROME AND EARLY CHRISTIANITY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv + 406, illus. isbn 9780198744764. £80.00.
Rebecca Usherwood, pp. 396-399

D. JOHNSTON (ED.), THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO ROMAN LAW. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xiii + 539. isbn 9780521895644 (bound); 9780521719940 (paper). £70.00/US$110.00 (bound); £23.99/US$36.99 (paper).
Andrew M. Riggsby, pp. 399-400

C. ANDO (ED.), CITIZENSHIP AND EMPIRE IN EUROPE 200–1900: THE ANTONINE CONSTITUTION AFTER 1800 YEARS (Potsdamer altertumswissenschaftliche Beiträge 54). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2016. Pp. 261. isbn 9783515111874. €52.00.
Paul J. Du Plessis, pp. 400-401

G. MEISER (ED.) with V. BELFIORE and S. KLUGE, ETRUSKISCHE TEXTE (AUF GRUNDLAGE DER ERSTAUSGABE VON HELMUT RIX) (Studien zur historisch-vergleichenden Sprachwissenschaft 4). Hamburg: Baar, 2014. 2 vols: pp. x + 859. isbn 9783935536714. €150.00 (set).
James Clackson, pp. 401-402

K. McDONALD, OSCAN IN SOUTHERN ITALY AND SICILY: EVALUATING LANGUAGE CONTACT IN A FRAGMENTARY CORPUS (Cambridge Classical Studies). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xix + 306, illus. isbn 9781107103832. £64.99/US$99.99. N. ZAIR, OSCAN IN THE GREEK ALPHABET (Cambridge Classical Studies). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv + 260, illus. isbn 9781107068926. £64.99/US$99.99.
Francesca Murano, pp. 402-404

H. PINKSTER, THE OXFORD LATIN SYNTAX, VOLUME 1: THE SIMPLE CLAUSE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xxxiv + 1430. isbn 9780199283613. £125.00.
W. D. C. de Melo, pp. 405-407

D. FEENEY, BEYOND GREEK: THE BEGINNINGS OF LATIN LITERATURE. Cambridge, MA/London: Harvard University Press, 2016. Pp. xii + 377. isbn 9780674055230. £25.00/US$35.00.
Sander M. Goldberg, pp. 407-408

W. FITZGERALD, VARIETY. THE LIFE OF A ROMAN CONCEPT. Chicago/London: University of Chicago Press, 2016. Pp. ix + 243. isbn 9780226299495. £38.50/US$55.00.
Victoria Rimell, pp. 408-409

T. P. WISEMAN, THE ROMAN AUDIENCE: CLASSICAL LITERATURE AS SOCIAL HISTORY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 327, illus. isbn 9780198718352. £65.00.
Ann Vasaly, pp. 409-410

E. GUNDERSON, LAUGHING AWRY: PLAUTUS AND TRAGICOMEDY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. x + 283. isbn 9780198729303. £60.00.
Michael Fontaine, pp. 411-412

C. E. SCHULTZ, COMMENTARY ON CICERO DE DIVINATIONE I (Michigan Classical Commentaries). Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2014. Pp. xviii + 218. isbn 9780472119394 (bound); 9780472036080 (paper). US$80.00 (bound); US$27.95 (paper).
Spencer Cole, pp. 412-413

L. GRILLO, CICERO'S DE PROVINCIIS CONSULARIBUS ORATIO (American Philological Association Text and Commentary Series). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xv + 345, maps, plans. isbn 9780190224592. £19.99.
Dan Hanchey, pp. 413-414

M. McAULEY, REPRODUCING ROME: MOTHERHOOD IN VIRGIL, OVID, SENECA, AND STATIUS (Oxford Studies in Classical Literature and Gender Theory). Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. x + 449. isbn 9780199659364. £90.00.
Antony Augoustakis, pp. 414-415

E. SCIOLI, DREAM, FANTASY, AND VISUAL ART IN ROMAN ELEGY (Wisconsin Studies in Classics). Madison, WI: University of Wisconsin Press, 2015. Pp. xii + 278, illus. isbn 9780299303846. US$55.00.
Barbara K. Gold, pp. 416-417

P. CHAUDHURI, THE WAR WITH GOD: THEOMACHY IN ROMAN IMPERIAL POETRY. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. xiv + 386. isbn 9780199993383. £48.00.
Christopher Chinn, pp. 417-418

V. RIMELL, THE CLOSURE OF SPACE IN ROMAN POETICS: EMPIRE'S INWARD TURN. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 358, illus. isbn 9781107079267. £74.99/US$120.00.
C. V. Trinacty, pp. 418-419

D. LOWE, MONSTERS AND MONSTROSITY IN AUGUSTAN POETRY. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2015. Pp. ix + 274. isbn 9780472119516. US$75.00.
Jack Lennon, pp. 419-420

A. QUEYREL BOTTINEAU (ED.), LA REPRÉSENTATION NÉGATIVE DE L'AUTRE DANS L'ANTIQUITÉ: HOSTILITÉ, RÉPROBATION, DÉPRÉCIATION (Collection “Histoires”). Dijon: Editions universitaires de Dijon, 2014. Pp. 524, illus. isbn 9782364410800. €35.00.
Joseph Skinner, pp. 420-422

D. DUNN, THE POEMS OF CATULLUS: A NEW TRANSLATION. London: William Collins, 2016. Pp. xiii + 157. isbn 9780007582969. £8.99. D. DUNN, CATULLUS’ BEDSPREAD: THE LIFE OF ROME'S MOST EROTIC POET. London: William Collins, 2016. Pp. xxiii + 312, illus. isbn 9780007554331. £16.99. G. NUZZO (ED.), GAIO VALERIO CATULLO: LIRICHE ED EPIGRAMMI. Palermo: Palumbo, 2015. Pp. 117. isbn 9788868892265. €18.00. E. M. YOUNG, TRANSLATION AS MUSE: POETIC TRANSLATION IN CATULLUS'S ROME. Chicago/London: The University of Chicago Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 257. isbn 9780226279916 (bound); 9780226280080 (ebook). £35.00/US$50.00.
Maxine Lewis, pp. 422-425

C. E. NEWLANDS, OVID (Understanding Classics). London: I. B. Tauris, 2015. Pp. xi + 192. isbn 9781848859296 (bound); 9781848859302 (paper). £39.50 (bound); £12.99 (paper).
Patricia J. Johnson, pp. 425-426

S. BARTSCH and A. SCHIESARO (EDS), THE CAMBRIDGE COMPANION TO SENECA (Cambridge Companions to Literature). Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. x + 361. isbn 9781107035058 (bound); 9781107694217 (paper). £55.00/US$85.00 (bound); £19.99/US$32.99 (paper).
Gregory A. Staley, pp. 426-427

C. V. TRINACTY, SENECAN TRAGEDY AND THE RECEPTION OF AUGUSTAN POETRY. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2014. Pp. vi + 266. isbn 9780199356560. £47.99.
Gareth Williams, pp. 427-429

Martin T. Dinter, pp. 429-430

C. KEANE, JUVENAL AND THE SATIRIC EMOTIONS. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. viii + 251. isbn 9780199981892. £47.99.
Paul Allen Miller, pp. 430-431

I. MARCHESI (ED.), PLINY THE BOOK-MAKER: BETTING ON POSTERITY IN THE EPISTLES . Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. ix + 278, illus. isbn 9780198729464. £60.00/US$99.00.
Jacqueline M. Carlon, pp. 431-432

S. D. SMITH, MAN AND ANIMAL IN SEVERAN ROME: THE LITERARY IMAGINATION OF CLAUDIUS AELIANUS (Greek Culture in the Roman World). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. Pp. xii + 308, illus. isbn 9781107033986. £65.00/US$99.00.
Adam M. Kemezis, pp. 432-433

G. D. WILLIAMS and K. VOLK (EDS), ROMAN REFLECTIONS: STUDIES IN LATIN PHILOSOPHY. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. x + 304. ibsn 9780199999767. £47.99.
John Sellars, pp. 434-435

P. FORD, J. BLOEMENDAL and C. FANTUZZI (EDS), BRILL'S ENCYCLOPAEDIA OF THE NEO-LATIN WORLD (Renaissance Society of America, Texts and Studies Series 3). Leiden: Brill, 2014. 2 vols: pp. xliii + 1245, illus. isbn 9789004265721 (set). €436.00/US$505.00 (set).
Patrick M. Owens, pp. 435-437

M. FONTAINE, JOANNES BURMEISTER: AULULARIA AND OTHER INVERSIONS OF PLAUTUS (Bibliotheca Latinitatis novae). Leuven: Leuven University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 278, illus. isbn 9789462700086. €75.00.
Victoria Moul, pp. 437-438

W. H. F. ALTMAN (ED.), BRILL'S COMPANION TO THE RECEPTION OF CICERO. Leiden/Boston: Brill, 2015. Pp. xiii + 402. isbn 9789004235267 (bound); 9789004290549 (e-book). €135.00/US$175.00.
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H. SLANEY, THE SENECAN AESTHETIC: A PERFORMANCE HISTORY (Classical Presences). Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. viii + 320, illus. isbn 9780198736769. £70.00.
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M. SALZMAN, M. SÁGHY and R. LIZZI TESTA (EDS), PAGANS AND CHRISTIANS IN LATE ANTIQUE ROME: CONFLICT, COMPETITION, AND COEXISTENCE IN THE FOURTH CENTURY. Cambridge/New York: Cambridge University Press, 2016. Pp. xv + 419, illus. isbn 9781107110304. £74.99/US$120.00.
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M. J. EDWARDS, RELIGIONS OF THE CONSTANTINIAN EMPIRE. Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2015. Pp. xi + 365. isbn 9780199687725. £30.00.
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D. N. ANGELOVA, SACRED FOUNDERS: WOMEN, MEN, AND GODS IN THE DISCOURSE OF IMPERIAL FOUNDING, ROME THROUGH EARLY BYZANTIUM. Oakland: University of California Press, 2015. Pp. xxiv + 434, illus. ibsn 9780520284012. £52.00/US$70.00.
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V. VUOLANTO, CHILDREN AND ASCETICISM IN LATE ANTIQUITY: CONTINUITY, FAMILY DYNAMICS AND THE RISE OF CHRISTIANITY. Farnham: Ashgate, 2015. Pp. viii + 263, illus. isbn 9781472414366 (bound); 9781472414380 (e-book). £70.00.
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J. HILLNER, PRISON, PUNISHMENT, AND PENANCE IN LATE ANTIQUITY. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2015. Pp. xx + 422, maps. isbn 9780521517515. £75.00/US$115.
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M. ROSELLINI, PRISCIANI CAESARIENSIS, ARS, LIBER XVIII, PARS ALTERA, 1: INTRODUZIONE, TESTO CRITICO E INDICI (Collectanea Grammatica Latina 13.2.1). Hildesheim: Georg Olms/Weidmann, 2015. Pp. cxlix + 162. isbn 9783615004199. €49.80.
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S. F. JOHNSON, LITERARY TERRITORIES: CARTOGRAPHICAL THINKING IN LATE ANTIQUITY. Oxford/New York: Oxford University Press, 2016. Pp. xiv + 195. isbn 9780190221232. £47.99.
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J. H. F. DIJKSTRA and G. FISHER (EDS), INSIDE AND OUT: INTERACTIONS BETWEEN ROME AND THE PEOPLES ON THE ARABIAN AND EGYPTIAN FRONTIERS IN LATE ANTIQUITY (Late Antique History and Religion 8). Leuven: Peeters, 2014. Pp. xviii + 481, illus. isbn 9789042931244. €94.00.
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D. T. HOWELLS, A CATALOGUE OF THE LATE ANTIQUE GOLD GLASS IN THE BRITISH MUSEUM (with a contribution by A. Meek ; edited by C. Entwistle and E. James ). London: The British Museum, 2015. Pp. 183, illus. isbn 9780861591985. £40.00.
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T. MINAMIKAWA (ED.), NEW APPROACHES TO THE LATER ROMAN EMPIRE. Kyoto: Kyoto University, The Department of European History, The Graduate School of Letters, 2015. Pp. xii + 182. isbn 9784990192921.
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