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Faces of Silence in Ancient Greek Literature
Efi Papadodima in Faces of Silence in Ancient Greek Literature

Introduction
Nikos Manousakis in ›Prometheus Bound‹ - A Separate Authorial Trace in the Aeschylean Corpus

The Gold Tablets – Practical and Eschatological Aspects
Anthi Chrysanthou in Defining Orphism

Writing the God: Form and Meaning in Callimachus, Hymn to Athena
Richard Hunter in On Coming After

Introduction
Jonas Grethlein and Antonios Rengakos in Narratology and Interpretation

Ancient Scholarship Today
Franco Montanari in Approaches to Greek Poetry

Sound-Play in the Hesiodic Catalogue of Women
Christos Tsagalis in Poetry in Fragments

Mapping Counterfactuality in Apollonius’ Argonautica
Evina Sistakou in Geography, Topography, Landscape

“You must not stand in one place”: seeing in Sicilian and Old Attic Comedy
Anna Novokhatko in Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature

Madness Narrative in Euripides’ Bacchae
Anna Lamari in Wisdom and Folly in Euripides

Technological Wonder in Herodotus’ Histories
Maria Gerolemou in Medicine and Paradoxography in the Ancient World

Hyporchematic Footprints in Euripides’ Electra
Rosa Andújar in Paths of Song

Pioneers of Grammar. Hellenistic Scholarship and the Study of Language
Lara Pagani in From Scholars to Scholia

“Your first commitments tangible again” – Alexandrianism as an aesthetic category?
Filippomaria Pontani in Hellenistic Studies at a Crossroads 

Seneca’s Thyestes: Three Female Translators into English
Stephen Harrison in Roman Drama and its Contexts

Intrepid Intratextuality: The Epistolary Pair of Leander and Hero (Heroides 18–19) and the End of Ovid’s Poetic Career
Thea S. Thorsen in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

Introduction
Lauren Donovan Ginsberg and Darcy A. Krasne in After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

Valerius Flaccus’s Collapsible Universe: Patterns of Cosmic Disintegration in the Argonautica
Darcy A. Krasne in After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

Olympians 1–3: A song cycle?
Jenny Strauss Clay in Archaic and Classical Choral Song

The Epicurus Trope and the Construction of a “Letter Writer” in Seneca’s Epistulae Morales
Jula Wildberger in Seneca Philosophus

Euripides’ ‘Family Reunion Plays’ and their Socio-Political Resonances
Ioanna Karamanou in Crisis on Stage

Narrative and Simile in Lycophron’s Alexandra
Alexander Sens in Hellenistic Studies at a Crossroads

The Reception of Horace Odes 2.4 in Horace Odes 2.5
Hayden Pelliccia in They Keep It All Hid

A Known Unknown in Pompeian Graffiti?
Peter E. Knox in They Keep It All Hid

Allusive Technique in the Argonautica of Valerius Flaccus
Damien Nelis in Intertextuality in Flavian Epic Poetry

Foreshadowing Medea: Prolepsis and Intertextuality in Valerius Flaccus
Chiara Battistella and Lavinia Galli Milić in Intertextuality in Flavian Epic Poetry


Gazing at Helen with Stesichorus
P. J. Finglass in Gaze, Vision, and Visuality in Ancient Greek Literature

How Rare are the Words that Make Up Intertexts? A Study in Latin and Greek Epic Poetry
Neil Coffee and James Gawley in Intertextuality in Flavian Epic Poetry

Protagoras and the Definition of ‘Sophist’ in the Sophist
Thomas M. Robinson in Plato's "Sophist" Revisited

Back to the Point: Plato and Parmenides – Genuine Parricide?
Beatriz Bossi in Plato's "Sophist" Revisited

Making the Case for a Linguistic Investigation of Greek Lexicography: Some Examples from the Byzantine Reception of Atticist Lemmas
Olga Tribulato in The Paths of Greek

Empedocles in the West, Panyassis in the East: Doric and Hexameter Poetry in the Classical Age
Enzo Passa in The Paths of Greek

Diodorus the Mythographer?
John Marincola in Host or Parasite?

Myth(ography), History and the Peripatos
Robert Fowler in Host or Parasite?

Dancing in Delphi, Dancing in Thebes: The Lyric Chorus in Euripides’ Phoenician Women
Enrico Emanuele Prodi in Paths of Song

Eratosthenes, Crates and Aristarchus on the Homeric dual. Rethinking the origins of the ‘analogy vs. anomaly controversy’
Stephanos Matthaios in Approaches to Greek Poetry

Sophocles’ Philoctetes and Political Nostalgia
Ruth Scodel in Crisis on Stage

Afterword: On the Nonexistence of Tragic Odes
Andrew Ford in Paths of Song

Explicit Theological Innovations: Xenophanes’ God
Nuria Scapin in The Flower of Suffering

The Kings of Comedy
Amy Richlin in Roman Drama and its Contexts

The imaginative poet: Aeschylus’ phantasiai in ancient literary criticism
Marco Ercoles in Approaches to Greek Poetry

Patterns of Human Error in Homer
Margalit Finkelberg in Homer and Early Greek Epic

Iterative and Syntactical Units: A Religious Gesture in the Iliad
Pietro Pucci in Homeric Contexts

Issues in Translation: Plutarch’s Moralia Translated from Greek into Latin by Iacopo d’Angelo
Giancarlo Abbamonte in Making and Rethinking the Renaissance

The Greek reaction to the slaughter of the Athenian captives at Aegospotami and Xenophon’s Hellenica
Aggelos Kapellos in Xenophon on Violence

Greek Tragedy and Attic Oratory
Andreas Markantonatos in Poet and Orator

Death and Life in Lucan
David Konstan in Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry

Till Death do us Part … or Join: Love beyond Death in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Alison Sharrock in Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry

Tragic Translatio: Epistle 107 and Senecan Tragedy
Christopher Trinacty in Roman Drama and its Contexts

Janus Lascaris’ Florentine Oration and the ‘Reception’ of Ancient Aeolism
Han Lamers in Making and Rethinking the Renaissance

‘Stesichorean’ Footsteps in the Parodos of Aeschylus’ Agamemnon
Thomas R.P. Coward in Paths of Song

Unconventional Features in Homer: The Case of ἑέ and ἑοῖ
Sara Kaczko in The Paths of Greek

Philosophical and Structuralist Narratologies – Worlds Apart?
Jonas Grethlein in Narratology and Interpretation

Elements of Pantomime in Plautus’ Comedies
Bernhard Zimmermann in Roman Drama and its Contexts

Intertextuality and Intratextuality: Euripides’ Iphigenia at Aulis and Seneca’s Troades
Stavros Frangoulidis in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

‘Political Intratextuality’ with regard to Cicero’s Speeches
Gesine Manuwald in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

Apuleius on Raising the Dead Crossing the Boundaries of Life and Death while Convincing the Audience
Regine May in Recognizing Miracles in Antiquity and Beyond

Propertius and the Unstructured Self
Roy Gibson in Life, Love and Death in Latin Poetry

Some Polyvalent Intra- and Inter-Textualities in Fasti 3
S.J. Heyworth in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

Pre- and Post-digital Poetics of ‘Transliteralism’: Some Greco-Roman Epic Incipits
Stephen Hinds in Intertextuality in Flavian Epic Poetry

Engendering Civil War in Flavian Epic
Alison Keith in After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

Alcman's first Partheneion and the song the Sirens sang
Ewen Bowie in Archaic and Classical Choral Song

Lucia Floridi Wondrous Healings in Greek Epigrams (and Their Parodic Counterparts)
Lucia Floridi in Medicine and Paradoxography in the Ancient World

A Little-Studied Dialogue: Responses to Plato in Callimachean Epigram
Benjamin Acosta-Hughes in Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram

Tragic smiles: When tragedy gets too comic for Aristotle and later Hellenistic readers
Marco Fantuzzi in Tragic smiles: When tragedy gets too comic for Aristotle and later Hellenistic readers

Casualty Lists in Performance. Name Catalogues and Greek Verse-Inscriptions
Andrej Petrovic in Dialect, Diction, and Style in Greek Literary and Inscribed Epigram

Posidippus and Achaemenid royal propaganda
Ivana Petrovic in Hellenistic Studies at a Crossroads

Aristotle on Music and Theatre (Politics VIII 6. 1340 b 20–1342 b 34; Poetics)
Egert Poehlmann in Theatre World

The Wanderings of a Greek Manuscript from Byzantium to Aldus’ Printing House and Beyond: The Story of the Aristotle Ambr. B 7 inf.
Stefano Martinelli Tempesta in Making and Rethinking the Renaissance

From Gabii and Gordion to Eretria and Methone: the Rise of the Greek Alphabet
Richard Jankoin in Panhellenes at Methone

From Greek to the Greeks: Homer (and Pseudo-Homer) in the Greco-Venetian Context between the Late Fifteenth and Early Sixteenth Century
Caterina Carpinato in Making and Rethinking the Renaissance

Instability and the Sublime in Martial’s Liber Spectaculorum
Siobhan Chomse in After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

Constructing (Super-)characters: The Case Study of Silius’ Hannibal
Marco Fucecchi in Intertextuality in Flavian Epic Poetry

Reading Civil War in Frontinus’s Strategemata: A Case-Study for Flavian Literary Studies
Alice König in After 69 CE - Writing Civil War in Flavian Rome

Introduction: Medicine and Paradoxography in Dialogue
George Kazantzidis in Medicine and Paradoxography in the Ancient World

‘A Historian Utterly Without Hope’: Literary Artistry and Narratives of Decline in Tacitus’ Historiae I
Sophia Papaioannou in Hope in Ancient Literature, History, and Art

Masters of War: Virgil, Horace, Owen, Pound, Trumbo, Dylan and the Art of Reference
Thomas Palaima in They Keep It All Hid

The oldest textual witness of John Tzetzes’ Exegesis of the Iliad
Fausto Montana in Approaches to Greek Poetry

Notes on the Origin and Diffusion of the -εσσι Datives
Albio Cesare Cassio in Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects

Augustan and Late Antique Intratextuality: Virgil’s Aeneid and Prudentius’ Psychomachia
Philip Hardie in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

Augustan and Late Antique Intratextuality: Virgil’s Aeneid and Prudentius’ Psychomachia
Philip Hardie in Intratextuality and Latin Literature

Is historia a Genre?
Christina Shuttleworth Kraus in Generic Interfaces in Latin Literature

The Flowers of the Meadow: Intrageneric Intertextuality in Achilles Tatius 1–2
Tim Whitmarsh in Dynamics of Ancient Prose

The Greek Language in the Black Sea
María Luisa del Barrio Vega in Studies in Ancient Greek Dialects

Kangaroo Courts: Displaced Justice in the Roman Novel
John Bodel in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Fortunata and Terentia: A Model for Trimalchio’s Wife
Shannon N. Byrne in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Babylonian Stories and the Ancient Novel: Magi and the Limits of Empire in Iamblichus’ Babyloniaka
Catherine Connors in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

The Interaction of Emotions in the Greek Novels
Michael Cummings in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Eros the Cheese Maker: A Food Studies Approach to Daphnis and Chloe
Mary Jaeger in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

The Heroikos of Philostratus: A Novel of Heroes, and more
Francesca Mestre and Pilar Gómez in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Refiguring the Animal/Human Divide in Apuleius and Heliodorus
Ellen Finkelpearl in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Elements of Ancient Novel and Novella in Tacitus
Christoph Kugelmeier in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Slavery in Flavian epic
Martin T. Dinter in Flavian Epic Interactions

Competitive Vocal Performance in Aristophanes’ Knights
Edith Hall in Poet and Orator

Copyists’ Versions and the Readership of the Greek Novel
Manuel Sanz Morales in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

Springs as a Civilizing Mechanism in Daphnis and Chloe
Janelle Peters in Cultural Crossroads in the Ancient Novel

The Topography of Epic Narrative in Ovid’s Metamorphoses
Ioannis Ziogas in Geography, Topography, Landscape

Lucan’s Caesar and Laelius
Matthew Leigh in Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry

Silius Italicus and Greek Epic: Imperial Culture Wars
Arthur J. Pomeroy in Wordplay and Powerplay in Latin Poetry

Hearth and Home in Euripides’ Alcestis
Laura McClure in Wisdom and Folly in Euripides

Genos, Gennaios, and Athens in the Later Tragedies of Sophocles
Sophie Mills in Crisis on Stage