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Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999

Titel
Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999.


Hrsg. v.
Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies
Heft(e)
89
Erschienen
Herausgeber d. Zeitschrift
Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies and Gregory D. Woolf University of St Andrews, UK
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ARTICLES
Brian Bosworth: Augustus, the Res Gestae and Hellenistic Theories of Apotheosis, 1-18
Bruce Gibson: Ovid on Reading: Reading Ovid. Reception in Ovid Tristia II, 19-37
Rebecca Flemming: Quae Corpore Quaestum Facit: The Sexual Economy of Female Prostitution in the Roman Empire, 38-61
W. V. Harris: Demography, Geography and the Sources of Roman Slaves, 62-75
Werner Eck; The Bar Kokhba Revolt: The Roman Point of View, 76-89
Fergus Millar: The Greek East and Roman Law: The Dossier of M. Cn. Licinius Rufinus, 90-108
J. N. Adams: The Poets of Bu Njem: Language, Culture and the Centurionate, 109-34
J. B. Rives: The Decree of Decius and the Religion of Empire, 135-54
R. R. R. Smith: Late Antique Portraits in a Public Context: Honorific Statuary at Aphrodisias in Caria, A.D. 300-600, 155-89

SURVEY ARTICLE
Sara Myers: The Metamorphosis of a Poet: Recent Work on Ovid, 190-204

REVIEW ARTICLE
Ingrid A. R. de Smet: Not for Classicists? The State of Neo-Latin Studies (reviews G. Tournoy and D. Sacré (Eds), Ut Granum Sinapis. Essays on Neo-Latin Literature in Honour of Jozef IJsewijn), 205-9

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Zitation
Journal of Roman Studies 89, 1999. in: H-Soz-Kult, 10.02.2003, <www.hsozkult.de/journal/id/zeitschriftenausgaben-838>.
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