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JRS 98 (2008).

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The Journal of Roman Studies 98, 2008


Nathan Rosenstein, Aristocrats and Agriculture in the Middle and Late Republic, 1–26

Jan Felix Gaertner, Livy’s Camillus and the Political Discourse of the Late Republic, 27–52

Sofie Remijsen and Willy Clarysse, Incest or Adoption? Brother-Sister Marriage in Roman Egypt Revisited, 53–61

Fergus Millar, Rome, Constantinople and the Near Eastern Church under Justinian: Two Synods of c.e. 536, 62–82

Kyle Harper, The Greek Census Inscriptions of Late Antiquity, 83–119

A. J. B. Sirks, The Colonate in Justinian’s Reign, 120–143

J. A. North, Caesar at the Lupercalia, 144–160

Neil McLynn, Crying Wolf: The Pope and the Lupercalia, 161–175

J. A. North and Neil McLynn, Postscript to the Lupercalia: from Caesar to Andromachus, 176–181

M. H. Crawford, The Text of the Lex Irnitana, 182


Adams, C., Land Transport in Roman Egypt: a Study of Economics and Administration in a Roman Province (by J. Rowlandson), 221–222

Adams, J. N., The Regional Diversification of Latin, 200 b.c.–a.d. 600 (by A. Mullen), 223–224

Ancona, R., and E. Greene (Eds), Gendered Dynamics in Latin Love Poetry (by G. Williams), 231–233

Badel, C., La Noblesse de l’empire romain: les masques et la vertu (by C. Edwards), 199–201

Beck, R., The Religion of the Mithras Cult in the Roman Empire – Mysteries of the Unconquered Sun (by A. Lisdorf), 216–217

Bell, A., Spectacular Power in the Greek and Roman City (by C. Galbraith), 189–190

Borchhardt, J., Der Fries vom Kenotaph für Gaius Caesar in Limyra (by A. J. M. Kropp), 253–254

Bowersock, G. W., Mosaics as History: the Near East from Late Antiquity to Islam (by W. Wootton), 279–280

Bowman, A. K., P. Garnsey and A. Cameron (Eds), The Cambridge Ancient History (2nd edn), Vol. XII: the Crisis of Empire, A.D. 193–337 (by C. Ando), 266–268

Bricault, L., M. J. Versluys and P. G. P. Meyboom (Eds), Nile into Tiber. Egypt in the Roman World. Proceedings of the IIIrd International Conference of Isis Studies, Leiden, May 11–14 2005 (by U. Rothe), 217–219

Broccia, G., La rappresentazione del tempo nell’opera di Orazio (by M. Pavlou), 235–236

Cadotte, A., La Romanisation des dieux. L’interpretatio romana en Afrique du Nord sous le haut-empire (by J. P. Moore), 213

Capponi, L., Augustan Egypt: the Creation of a Roman Province (by R. Alston), 220–221

Chrzanovski, L., L’urbanisme des villes romaines de Transpadane (Lombardie, Piémont, Vallée d’Aoste) (by R. Häussler), 260–261

Coleman, K., M. Valerii Martialis Liber Spectaculorum: Text, Translation and Commentary (by L. Roman), 247–249

Conybeare, C., The Irrational Augustine (by L. Ayres), 277–279

Corbier, M., Donner à voir, donner à lire. Mémoire et communication dans la Rome ancienne (by A. E. Cooley), 197–198

Corbo, C., Paupertas: la legislazione tardoantica (IV–V sec. d.c.) (by C. Grey), 274–275

Cuomo, S., Technology and Culture in Greek and Roman Antiquity (by T. E. Rihll), 201–202

D’Alessandro Behr, F., Feeling History: Lucan, Stoicism and the Poetics of Passion (by T. Murgatroyd), 243

Davis, P. J., Ovid and Augustus: A Political Reading of Ovid’s Erotic Poems (by T. Habinek), 239––240

De Pretis, A., ‘Epistolarity’ in the First Book of Horace’s Epistles (by L. Holford-Strevens), 241–243

Den Boeft, J., J. W. Drijvers, D. den Hengst and H. C. Teitler (Eds), Ammianus After Julian: the Reign of Valentinian and Valens in Books 26–31 of the Res Gestae (by S. K. R. Belcher), 270–271

Derda, T., ARSINOITHS NOMOS. The Administration of the Fayum under Roman Rule (by A. K. Bowman), 222

Dignas, B., and E. Winter, Rome and Persia in Late Antiquity. Neighbours and Rivals (by M. Whitby), 271–272

Dillon, S., and K. Welch (Eds), Representations of War in Ancient Rome (by J. Armstrong), 185–186

Diosono, F., Collegia. Le associazioni professionali nel mondo romano (by J. Liu), 214–216

Drinkwater, J., The Alamanni and Rome 213–496. Caracalla to Clovis (by M. Kulikowski), 269–270

Eckstein, A. M., Mediterranean Anarchy, Interstate War, and the Rise of Rome (by A. Erskine), 187–188

Edmondson, J., S. Mason and J. Rives (Eds), Flavius Josephus and Flavian Rome (by B. McGing), 193–195

Fitzgerald, W., Martial: the World of the Epigram (by G. Nisbet), 245–247

Flower, H. I., The Art of Forgetting: Disgrace and Oblivion in Roman Political Culture (by A. Yakobson), 198–199

Ganiban, R. T., Statius and Virgil: The Thebaid and the Reinterpretation of the Aeneid (by P. J. Heslin), 243–245

García y García, L., Pupils, Teachers and Schools in Pompeii: Childhood, Youth and Culture in the Roman Era (by R. Laurence), 202–203

Giavarini, C. (Ed.), The Basilica of Maxentius. The Monument, its Materials, Construction and Stability (by E. V. Thomas), 255–257

Gibson, R. K., Excess and Restraint: Propertius, Horace and Ovid’s Ars Amatoria (by S. J. Harrison), 233–235

Gibson, R., S. Green and A. Sharrock (Eds), The Art of Love: Bimillennial Essays on Ovid’s Ars Amatoria and Remedia Amoris (by G. Williams), 231–233

Glinister, F., and C. Woods with J. A. North and M. H. Crawford, Verrius, Festus and Paul: Lexicography, Scholarship and Society (by J. A. Howley), 203–204

Gonzales, A., and J.-Y. Guillaumin (Eds), Autour des Libri Coloniarum. Colonisation et colonies dans le monde romain. Actes du Colloque International (Besançon, 16–18 Octobre 2003) (by B. Campbell), 192–193

Goodman, M., Rome and Jerusalem: the Clash of Ancient Civilizations (by D. Noy), 195–197

Goodman, P. J., The Roman City and its Periphery: From Rome to Gaul (by N. Morley), 262–263

Graham, E.-J., The Burial of the Urban Poor in Italy in the Late Roman Republic and Early Empire (by J. Pearce), 264

Gudea, N., and T. Lobüscher, Dacia: eine römische Provinz zwischen Karpaten und Schwarzen Meer (by I. P. Haynes), 264–266

Haas, J., Die Umweltkrise des 3. Jahrhunderts n. Chr. im Nordwesten des Imperium Romanum. Interdisziplinäre Studien zu einem Aspekt der allgemeinen Reichskrise im Bereich der beiden Germaniae sowie der Belgica und Raetia (by W. Scheidel), 268–269

Hartswick, K. J., The Gardens of Sallust: a Changing Landscape (by S. Myers), 258–260

Herklotz, F., Prinzeps und Pharao. Der Kult des Augustus in Ägypten (by M. J. Versluys), 219–220

Hollis, A. S., Fragments of Roman Poetry c. 60 BC–AD 20: Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Commentary (by D. M. Possanza), 227–229

Horsfall, N. M., Virgil, Aeneid 3. A Commentary (by M. Carter), 229–231

Horsfall, N. M., Virgil, Aeneid 7. A Commentary (by M. Carter), 229–231

Horsfall, N. M., Virgil, Aeneid 11. A Commentary (by M. Carter), 229–231

Humfress, C., Orthodoxy and the Courts in Late Antiquity (by I. Sandwell), 275–276

Humm, M., Appius Claudius Caecus. La République accomplie (by E. Bispham), 188–189

Hunter, R., The Shadow of Callimachus: Studies in the Reception of Hellenistic Poetry at Rome (by A. S. Gratwick), 224–227

Isayev, E., Inside Ancient Lucania. Dialogues in History and Archaeology (by H. W. Horsnæs), 261–262

Jones, F., Juvenal and the Satiric Genre (by J. Henderson), 249–250

Kahlos, M., Debate and Dialogue. Christian and Pagan Cultures c. 360–430 (by U. Lehtonen), 276–277

Kehoe, D., Law and the Rural Economy in the Roman Empire (by L. De Ligt), 208–209

Kelly, G. P., A History of Exile in the Roman Republic (by S. T. Cohen), 191

Littlewood, R. J., A Commentary on Ovid Fasti Book VI (by M. Robinson), 237–238

McDonnell, M., Roman Manliness. Virtus and the Roman Republic (by C. Williams), 204–205

McNelis, C., Statius’ Thebaid and the Poetics of Civil War (by P. J. Heslin), 243–245

Mekacher, N., Die vestalischen Jungfrauen in der römischen Kaiserzeit (by C. E. Schultz), 211–213

Morello, R., and A. D. Morrison (Eds), Ancient Letters: Classical and Late Antique Epistolography (by L. Holford-Strevens), 241–243

Murgatroyd, P., Mythical Monsters in Classical Literature (by D. Lowe), 252

Oakley-Brown, L., Ovid and the Cultural Politics of Translation in Early Modern England (by P. Hardie), 240–241

Pasco-Pranger, M., Founding the Year: Ovid’s Fasti and the Poetics of the Roman Calendar (by A. Chiu), 236–237

Rehak, P., Imperium and Cosmos: Augustus and the Northern Campus Martius (by C. F. Noreña), 257–258

Rimell, V., Ovid’s Lovers: Desire, Difference and the Poetic Imagination (by T. Habinek), 239–240

Rizzo, P. F., Gli Albori della Sicilia cristiana. Secoli I–V (by D. Sami), 273–274

Roller, M., Dining Posture in Ancient Rome: Bodies, Values and Status (by M. Harlow), 207–208

Rosenstein, N., Rome at War: Farms, Families, and Death in the Middle Republic (by J. Armstrong), 185–186

Santoro L’Hoir, F., Tragedy, Rhetoric and the Historiography of Tacitus’ Annales (by R. Ash), 250–251

Savino, E., Campania tardoantica (284–604) (by D. Sami), 273–274

Speidel, M. P., Emperor Hadrian's Speeches to the African Army – A New Text (by B. Campbell), 209–210

Swain, S. (Ed.), Seeing the Face, Seeing the Soul. Polemon’s Physiognomy from Classical Antiquity to Medieval Islam (by P. Van Nuffelen), 206–207

Tran, N., Les Membres des associations romaines. Le rang social des collegiati en Italie et en Gaule (by J. Liu), 214–216

Wardle, D., Cicero on Divination: De Divinatione Book 1 Translated with Introduction and Historical Commentary (by M. Schofield), 210–211

Welch, K. E., The Roman Amphitheatre: From its Origins to the Colosseum (by N. T. Elkins), 254–255

Wiseman, T. P., The Myths of Rome (by S. J. Northwood), 183–184

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