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com Available on BrillOnline. meaning(s).International bibliography of publications in European languages on all aspects of Aristotle studies and closely related subjects . displaying and searching complex characters and diacritics online r e source s 9 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • For more information: brill.000 records . with an advance search for each individual dictionary enabling the user to perform more complex research queries.090 • Outright purchase EUR 4.com . Leiden University The International Aristotle Bibliography Online is published by Brill (since 2009) and is a comprehensive research tool that gives access to over 50.com/iedo • Available since 2011 • E-ISSN 1877-0495 • Also available in print Purchase options and 2013 prices • Annual subscription EUR 810 / US$ 1. It is a rich and voluminous online reference source for historical and general linguists.Contains over 20. reconstructions.Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online The International Aristotle Bibliography Presented and Maintained by Richard Ingardia.Over 50.Search results can be printed.000 2013 annual installment fee EUR 320 / US$ 430 Available on BrillOnline.Covers over 150 languages . Each entry is accompanied by grammatical info.Cross-searchable database.480 / US$ 6. saved and exported The Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online (IEDO) reconstructs the lexicon for the most important languages and language branches of Indo-European. etymological commentary. St John’s University. Dictionaries can be cross-searched.com/iabo • Available since 2009 • E-ISSN 1877-0460 Purchase options and 2013 prices • Annual subscription EUR 360 / US$ 480 • Outright purchase EUR 2750 / US$ 3690 2013 annual installment fee EUR 180 / US$ 240 • For more information: brill. supporting simple and complex queries .000 books.2 annual updates of hundreds of new entries . Features and Benefits .Includes 11 dictionaries . New content will be added on an annual basis.000 entries . articles. USA Indo-European Etymological Dictionaries Online Edited by Alexander Lubotsky. with some earlier printed works .Unicode compliant.Covering the period of 1900 to the present. Features and Benefits .Rich bibliographical references for further research . cognates and often extensive bibliographical information. book reviews and dissertations on the philosopher Aristotle.

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Their reliability as historical and ethnographic accounts. and a comprehensive discussion of Ovid’s style. moral and social influences. Their literary qualities.) • List price EUR 37.50 • Brill’s Paperback Collection / Classical Studies . with emphasis given where appropriate to the poet’s interest in genre and narrative techniques. Bakker. The remaining chapters are devoted to focused studies of each of Ovid’s major works. Their contributions cover a wide range of topics.50 • Brill’s Paperback Collection / Classical Studies • April 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22676 0 • Paperback (534 pp.Now in Paperback Now in Paperback Subscribe to Brill’s Classical Studies Newsletter Brill’s Companion to Herodotus Edited by Egbert J. never in dispute. reference works.) • List price EUR 37. a survey of the major manuscripts and textual traditions.com/newsletters for a full overview and to subscribe to the Classical Studies Newsletter. his engagement with the poetry that preceded his oeuvre. Their intellectual status has been radically reassessed: no longer regarded as naïve and ‘archaic’. The free email newsletter will keep you up-to-date on all developments in our Classical Studies list: • recently published and forthcoming titles. Bowdoin College. It will be a valuable resource for students and scholars of Latin literature alike. can be more fully appreciated in the light of recent developments in the study of pragmatics. is being debated with renewed vigour and increasing sophistication. religious. a matter of controversy even in antiquity. Brunswick 12 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 N E w IN PAPE R BACk Herodotus’ Histories can be read in many ways. religious.50 / US$ 49. Brill’s Companion to Ovid combines close analysis of each of Ovid’s major works with a comprehensive overview of scholarly trends in the study of Latin poetry and Roman literary culture.not only subject to contemporary literary. narratology. but actively contributing to the great debates of their time. and orality. and his enduring legacy in the European literary traditions of the first 1300 years after his death. books and journals • news about conferences and events • special offers • and much more Go to brill. the Histories are now seen as very much a product of the intellectual climate of their own day . This volume on the Roman poet Ovid (43 BCE – 17 CE) comprises articles by an international group of fourteen scholars. This Companion offers an up-to-date and in-depth overview of all these current approaches to Herodotus’ remarkable work.50 / US$ 49. 652 pp. his response to the political. and social realities of Augustan Rome. including a biographical essay. Irene J. de Jong and Hans van Wees Brill’s Companion to Ovid Edited by Barbara Weiden Boyd.F. • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 16966 1 • Paperback (xx.

Brill’s Companion to Seneca Philosopher and Dramatist Edited by Gregor Damschen and Andreas Heil. Carmen Saeculare and Epistles II) and Tobias Reinhardt (Ars Poetica). Greek and Latin Pastoral and Hellenistic Epigram. Herodotus.com/bccs • March 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 15461 2 • Hardback • List price EUR 162. they provide accounts of the major steps in the history of their later influence. Seneca and Horace. It provides handbook style surveys of each genuine or attributed work./ US$ 222. 13 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • ISSN 1872-3357 For more information please visit brill. Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies are also available online. Elaine Fantham (Epistles I and Odes IV). Albert-Ludwigs-Universität Freiburg GREEk A N D L AT IN L A N GUAGE AND LITE R ATUR E This new and important introduction to Seneca provides a systematic and concise presentation of this author’s philosophical works and his tragedies. Callimachus.-C. 630 pp..Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies is a leading series of handbooks providing graduatelevel synthesis of debate and the state of scholarship on key authors and subjects from Antiquity. see p. Greek and Roman Historiography in Late Antiquity. This volume centres on a detailed analysis of the whole corpus of Horace’s work by Edward Courtney (Satires). The cultural background of the texts and the most important problem areas within the philosophic and tragic corpus of Seneca are dealt with in separate essays.. and taking into account the most important philosophical and philological issues.• Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies . 5 for more information. Odes I – III. Thucydides and Propertius. The latter is preceeded by a detailed account of Horace’s life and work in general by H. giving dates and brief descriptions. Each volume contains an upto-date general bibliography. Günther. and thematic volumes on Flavian Rome. All quotations from Latin and Greek are translated. Cicero./ US$ 258. Statius.• Brill’s Companions in Classical Studies • November 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22362 2 • Hardback (xvi. Courtney) and style and metre (Peter Knox) conclude the volume. Forthcoming titles include Sophocles. Hans-Christian Günther (Epodes. Two appendices on the transmission of the text (E.) • List price EUR 188. Volumes published have covered authors such as Ovid. It is aimed at students and scholars of classical and modern literature who seek comprehensive orientation on all aspects of Horace’s work. In addition. with the assistance of Mario Waida Brill’s Companion to Horace Edited by Hans-Christian Günther.

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Technische Universität Dresden GREEk A N D L AT IN L A N GUAGE AND LITE R ATUR E In De cura pro mortuis gerenda Augustine interweaves an assessment of burial near the memorial of a martyr with a series of dream narratives. Thus. handles dramatic time less experimentally than has been assumed before. The seeming lack of coherence between argument and narrative in this treatise has puzzled many scholars. In addition. A number of volumes of the Mnemosyne Supplements series are published within the subseries History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity (see p. Chaniotis. Coleman. the history of peoples and institutions. Combining an analysis of the overall structure of the argument and a detailed philological commentary. Relying on this combined approach Rose demonstrates how Augustine explores the full breadth of his narrative material in the service of his argument.F. 19). In four separate studies. for example.com/mns • May 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24453 5 • Hardback • List price EUR 99. 15 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • April 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 22822 1 • Hardback • List price EUR 202.M. in his tragedies Thyestes. de Jong. papyri. language./ US$ 136. Oxford Die dramatische Zeit in Senecas Tragödien Andreas Heil. A.. Harvard. critical bibliographies and collections of essays by various authors on closely defined themes. Reinhardt. Mnemosyne Supplements has existed as a book series for the past 50 years.• Mnemosyne. taking into consideration the accompanying action on the stage and the characters’ respective points of view. Troas (Troades) and Medea. this study shows that Augustine’s text forms a well-composed unity. K. this book situates Augustine’s text in its culturalhistorical context. The study is based on discourse-linguistic and narratological concepts as well as an analysis of the global structure of the narratives. T. Supplements Monographs on Greek and Latin Language and Literature Edited by G. commentaries. In all of these plays. Rose Mnemosyne. 20 • ISSN 0169-8958 For more information please visit brill. University of Amsterdam.• Amsterdam Studies in Classical Philology. including inscriptions. Works published include monographs. a gradually developing plot can be reconstructed./ US$ 281. Free University Amsterdam. the history of material culture and mentality. but also latterly the classical tradition.Cover available soon Cover available soon A Commentary on Augustine’s De cura pro mortuis gerenda Rhetoric in Practice Paula J. I. Hercules furens. Oxford. Andreas Heil shows that Seneca.J. critical text editions. the survey considerably deepens our understanding of Seneca’s dramatic technique. Boter. neo-latin literature and the history of Classical scholarship. providing a forum for the publication of well over 300 scholarly works on all aspects of the ancient world.J.. Supplements .

• Mnemosyne. masks.• Mnemosyne. which makes use of unpublished archival material. 354 • February 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24457 3 • Hardback • List price EUR 181. has only been taken into account now and then.. This volume contributes to the restoration of a much-needed balance between performance and text: it is devoted to exploring how performancerelated considerations (including stage business. even that by Barth (1664-5). and Vayos Liapis. props. University of Geneva GREEk A N D L AT IN L A N GUAGE AND LITE R ATUR E Performance in Greek and Roman Theatre Edited by George W. It is particularly interested in 16th-17th commentators and strives to give Barth’s achievement the attention it deserves. Adonis. Open University of Cyprus Images of Eternal Beauty in Funerary Verse Inscriptions of the Hellenistic and GrecoRoman Periods Andrzej Wypustek. Concordia University.Commenter la Thébaïde (16e-19e s. • February 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 20711 0 • Hardback • List price EUR 226. 353 • November 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23318 8 • Hardback (xii. Hylas and Persephone). 352 . for all their diversity. it casts a new light on the reception of the Thebaid and on the early modern practice of commentary-writing. The author demonstrates that. theatrical praxis. as stars shining with an eternal brightness in heavens or in Ether. but also at the various kinds of discourse they present. and modern performance reception. performance space. By closely looking at the various ways in which the commentaries respond to Statius’ poem. The deceased were presented as eternally young heroes. abducted by them to their home in the heavens or married to them in the other world (following the examples of Ganymede.) • List price EUR 96. M. oblivious of old age and death. In Images of Eternal Beauty in Funerary Verse Inscriptions of the Hellenistic and Greco-Roman Periods Andrzej Wypustek provides a study of various forms of poetic heroization that became increasingly widespread in Greek funerary epigram. Supplements. both in their original performance context and in re-performances down to the present day. While never losing sight of the play scripts. 246 pp. one integrating insights from archaeology. contents. it is necessary to adopt a more inclusive point of view. University of wrocław 16 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 Early modern commentaries on Statius’ Thebaid have been little studied. In recent years. or as the ones chosen by the gods. offers a comprehensive overview of these works (contexts. history./ US$ 133. classicists have begun aggressively to explore the impact of performance on the ways in which Greek and Roman plays are constructed and appreciated. performance theory. theatre semiotics. the common feature of these verse inscriptions was the praise of beauty of the dead./ US$ 314. The present book. Supplements. art.) Caspar von Barth et la tradition exégétique de Stace Valéry Berlincourt. and often in a rather superficial way.• Mnemosyne./ US$ 252. and stagesets) help us attain an enhanced appreciation of ancient theatre. which holds a conspicuous place among them. Supplements. Harrison... interconnections). costumes.

including the community of émigré Epicurean teachers and their Roman pupils located in the vicinity of Naples (“Parthenope”). the singers resort to different means of coping with the vagaries of fortune (tyche). Aesthetic Value in Classical Antiquity should be of interest to classicists.. and the Narrative of Civil War in the Histories Timothy A. this book investigates from a variety of perspectives aesthetic value in classical antiquity. Supplements. and it also broadens to consider certain narrative techniques and strategies that Tacitus shares with writers of epic.) • List price EUR 99..Aesthetic Value in Classical Antiquity Edited by Ineke Sluiter and Ralph M. 182 pp. and philosophers. 17 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • September 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23167 2 • Hardback (viii. Allusions to the epic poets Virgil and Lucan in the writing of the Roman historian Tacitus (c. 55 – c. 345 . The Interplay of Ideas in Vergilian Bucolic Gregson Davis. In the bucolic dystopia that Vergil constructs for his audience. The essays explore not only the evaluative concepts and terms applied to the arts. 120 C. what are the criteria for success or failure? The sixth in a series exploring ‘ancient values’./ US$ 221.• Mnemosyne. This relatively neglected ethical dimension of the poems in the Bucolic collection receives a systematic treatment that provides a useful complement to the primarily aesthetic and socio-political approaches that have predominated in previous scholarship. This monograph argues that Tacitus fashions himself as a rivaling literary successor to these poets. Supplements. but also the social and cultural ideologies of aesthetic value itself. particularly in the spheres of land dispossession and frustrated erotic desire. The College of the Holy Cross GREEk A N D L AT IN L A N GUAGE AND LITE R ATUR E How do people respond to and evaluate their sensory experiences of the natural and man-made world? What does it mean to speak of the ‘value’ of aesthetic phenomena? And in evaluating human arts and artifacts. Supplements. complement and build upon each other.E. 350 • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23308 9 • Hardback (x. Seventeen chapters range from the ‘life without the Muses’ to ‘the Sublime’. escalating civil war in the work. Joseph. The argument is founded on the close reading of a series of related passages in the Histories. New York University Tacitus the Epic Successor Virgil. Rosen Parthenope..• Mnemosyne.) • List price EUR 161. and that the emulative allusions to Virgil’s Aeneid and Lucan’s Bellum Civile in Books 1–3 of his inaugural historiographical work. 486 pp. 216 pp. Lucan. 346 • July 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22904 4 • Hardback (xii.• Mnemosyne. The latent “interplay of ideas” implicit in the songs of the various poet-herdsmen centers on differing attitudes to acute misfortune and loss. the Histories./ US$ 125.) have long been noted. This study of the Eclogues focuses on Vergil’s exploration of issues relating to the subject of human happiness (eudaimonia)–ideas that were the subject of robust debate in contemporary philosophical schools.) • List price EUR 90. and from philosophical views to middlebrow and popular aesthetics. cultural and art historians./ US$ 136. and contribute significantly to the picture of repetitive.

E. and religion./ US$ 129. 341 . Medicine and Religion in the Sacred Tales of Aelius Aristides Ido Israelowich 18 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 GREEk A N D L AT IN L A N GUAGE AND LITE R ATUR E Anonymous characters appear in almost every extant Greek Tragedy. Exploring the boundaries between anonymity and naming in mythico-historical drama. with a focus on the originality and Late Antique interpretative bias of Quintus in his readings and emulation of Homer. themes. and in fact until only recently has been largely ignored as a literary work. medicine and the medical use of dream interpretation. 206 pp. 224 pp.• Mnemosyne. Through close reading of the passages in which nameless characters appear.) • List price EUR 94. This monograph offers a textual analysis of the Sacred Tales in the context of the so-called Second Sophistic. and identity on the characterization of the particular named heroes to whom they are attached. Supplements./ US$ 140. and their Homeric intertextuality: ecphrasis. 343 • May 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22908 2 • Hardback (x. gnomai.• Mnemosyne. 344 • May 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23020 0 • Hardback (viii. This book argues that the creation and use of anonymous figures is an important tool in the transformation of traditional mythological heroes into unique dramatic characters. the 14 book Greek epic on the Trojan War. is a text which has traditionally been overlooked in the main canon of Classical authors. this study demonstrates the significant impact of their speech. and aims.). suggesting a new perspective from which to read. • July 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22903 7 • Hardback (xii. actions.. Supplements./ US$ 136. This book. and their role within the poem’s narrative strategies. Aelius Aristides’ Sacred Tales offer a unique opportunity to examine how an educated man of the Second Century CE came to terms with illness. the book draws attention to an important but neglected aspect of the genre. perform. with particular emphasis on the cult of Asclepius and the visual means used to convey religious content. University of British Columbia Quintus Smyrnaeus’ Posthomerica Engaging Homer in Late Antiquity Calum Alasdair Maciver Society.. and appreciate Greek Tragedy.) • List price EUR 99.The Use of Anonymous Characters in Greek Tragedy The Shaping of Heroes Florence Yoon.. The experiences portrayed in the Tales disclose an understanding of illness in both religious and medical terms. 178 pp. Quintus Smyrnaeus’ Posthomerica (3rd century C. examines the Posthomerica’s close relationship with the Homeric epics.• Mnemosyne. and similes. Aristides was a devout worshipper of Asclepius while at the same time being a patient of some of the most distinguished physicians of his day. yet they have long been overlooked in critical scholarship. Supplements.) • List price EUR 101. The study deals specifically with three separate aspects of poetics. the first monograph in English on the poem since 1904.

Waterscapes. A new. It argues that conventional models of Mycenaean society. University of Leicester Individuals and Society in Mycenaean Pylos Dimitri Nakassis. Supplements / Mnemosyne.. University of Toronto History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity is published as a sub-series of the Mnemosyne Supplements book series (see p. This work significantly broadens the elite class and suggests that the palace was less of an agent in its own right than an institutional framework for interactions amongst individuals and social groups. Land Transformation and Experience in Roman Britain offers a new perspective for investigating Roman settlement and how urban spaces were created and experienced by focusing on the relationship between settlement and water and the meanings attributed to these places. Rather than a descriptive approach to the urban fabric it emphasises social context and cultural meaning through interpretative frameworks of analysis. 15). Supplements. Supplements / Mnemosyne. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity . can be improved through the study of named individuals. 19 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 For more information please visit brill. methodologically innovative prosopography demonstrates that many named individuals were not only important managers of palatial affairs but also high-ranking members of the community. Land Transformation and Experience in Roman Britain Adam Rogers. ca. rather than economic and practical arguments. ANCIE NT HISTORY Water and Roman Urbanism: Towns. Jongman Water and Roman Urbanism Towns. and the way in which these places were used and altered over time..Cover available soon Cover available soon Mnemosyne.com/mns-haca • April 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24787 1 • Hardback • List price EUR 116. Waterscapes. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity • May 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24451 1 • Hardback • List price EUR 123./ US$ 171. which focus on administrative titles and terms. 1200 BC. Supplements. The book emphasises a social approach and has considerable implications for our understanding of life in the Roman period as a whole./ US$ 161. This book revises our understanding of Mycenaean society through a detailed analysis of individuals attested in the administrative texts from the Palace of Nestor at Pylos in southwestern Greece. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity Edited by Willem M. Supplements.• Mnemosyne. Central are the cultural and experiential implications of water forming part of towns.• Mnemosyne.

Free University of Brussels. and M. Truman State University ANCIE NT HISTORY The Ancient Sailing Season James Beresford. Tiberius. University of St Andrews 20 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 This is the first volume ever to systematically study the subject of disabilities in the Roman world. University of Antwerp. Lynn Rose.Cover available soon Disabilities in Roman Antiquity Disparate Bodies A Capite ad Calcem Christian Laes. and epigraphical sources. establishment and continuation of the Julio-Claudian principate from the coming to power of Augustus. Chris Goodey. The representation. The Open University. this book offers new perspectives on the nature of seaborne trade.) • List price EUR 90. to regularly undertake voyages across hazardous stretches of sea. numismatic and visual record to evaluate Augustus’ “political legacy”. Gibson. hermaphroditism. Supplements. Refraining from a radical constructionist standpoint. this book draws on a wide range of ancient literary sources while also taking account of modern weather records. The contributors examine the topic a capite ad calcem./ US$ 125. Providing a comprehensive examination of the capacity of ancient ships and seafarers to cope with seasonally changing sea conditions. and recent archaeological discoveries. 351 • October 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23191 7 • Hardback (vi. epigraphic. mobility problems. These essays fully utilize the extant literary.G. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. of power was a critical issue for the princeps and his subjects.. hydrological data.• Mnemosyne. 364 pp. while iconography and osteoarchaeology are taken into account. Augustus laid down the ground rules for a princeps. 182 pp. Claudius and Nero. Also the late ancient evidence is taken into account. from head to toe.G. The result is a volume that questions many long-held scholarly assumptions concerning the strength and seaworthiness of ancient vessels. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. The authors fully engage with literary./ US$ 178.) • List price EUR 131.. papyrological.• Mnemosyne. 349 . Lahore University The Julio-Claudian Succession Reality and Perception of the “Augustan Model” Edited by A. osteology and visual representations of disparate bodies. and the essays explore the subsequent transition of power.• Mnemosyne. even though there was no formal mechanism for such a transfer. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity • November 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22352 3 • Hardback (xvi. Supplements. alcoholism. and the contributors provide fresh political and literary analysis of aspects of the principates of Augustus. • May 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24831 1 • Hardback • List price EUR 128. Taking a fresh look at the various ways in which seasonality affected maritime transport across the sea-lanes of the ancient world. This collection of essays considers the challenging questions around the formation. and retention. as well as the abilities of Greek and Roman mariners. visual impairment.. Supplements. and how the succession and subsequent rule manifested itself./ US$ 182. naval warfare and piratical operations. speech disorders. monstrous births. the contributors acknowledge the possibility of discovering significant differences in the way impairment was culturally viewed or assessed. Chapters deal with mental and intellectual disability.

/ US$ 182. Moving beyond the field of Cypriot studies./ US$ 226. and demands for Roman citizenship by Italians. this work also serves as a paradigm for the study of religion in relation to social power in other fields of classics and. and the administration of Italy. on processes of integration and identity formation in the Roman Republic. in particular. as well as through textual and epigraphic evidence. transformations of identity in Rome and Italy. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. This volume is the result of a conference. The book discusses settlement patterns (e. A fresh approach to the transition is put forward./ US$ 307. which are essential for understanding long-term developments. 604 pp.. and they play a special role in defining our sense of the post-Athenian-Empire Greek world. The current volume will not only reinforce them but also contribute to greater understanding of a voice that is neither simply ironic nor simply ingenuous and of a view of the world that is informed by an engagement with history. 348 • October 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22435 3 • Hardback (xxviii. Supplements.• Mnemosyne. and thus gives an overview of current research on integration and identity in the Roman Republic.g. connecting the island more emphatically with its longue durée. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. and archaeological contexts and architecture. Dublin ANCIE NT HISTORY Xenophon’s personal history was exceptional for its combination of Socratic education and the exercise of military leadership in a time of crisis. Trinity College. This monograph focuses on religion to explore how the socio-cultural infrastructure of Cyprus was affected by the transition from segmented administration by many Cypriot kings to the island-wide government by a foreign Ptolemaic correspondent. for the enrolment of other areas of the Mediterranean into the political and cultural Hellenistic oikoumene. Supplements. as well as the long-term consequences of contact. religious.. the Roman army. Roman colonies). Supplements.) • List price EUR 133. linguistic. 792 pp.T. such as growing social and economic networks.) • List price EUR 221.Xenophon: Ethical Principles and Historical Enquiry Edited by Fiona Hobden and Christopher Tuplin Religion and Social Processes of Integration Transformations in Cyprus and Identity Formation in the Roman Republic From the Cypriot Basileis to the Hellenistic Strategos Edited by S. His writings provide an intellectually and morally consistent response to his times and to the issue of ethical but effective leadership. and cultural changes.. specific iconographic elements.) • List price EUR 165. 347 • June 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22911 2 • Hardback (viii. It approaches politico-religious ideological responses and structures of symbolism through the study of sacred landscapes. held at Manchester in July 2010. 342 .• Mnemosyne.• Mnemosyne. 21 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22437 7 • Hardback (xii. 408 pp. Roselaar Giorgos Papantoniou. Recent Xenophontic scholarship has established the general truth of these claims. History and Archaeology of Classical Antiquity. It combines new archaeological evidence with literary and epigraphic evidence. This book focuses especially on day-to-day contexts in which Romans and Italians interacted.

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or aesthetics of evidence and imagination. The ‘enargetic’ approach to the arts may be described as rhetoric of presence and display. The specific laws of composition of biblical texts. and the connections between rhetoric and poetics. original and innovative research concerning the theory and the practice of rhetoric in all periods and all languages. Numerous examples illustrate this methodical and rigorous exposition.. 464 pp. The Center of concentric constructions. philosophy. Cicero. and drama of the Classical Antiquity and the Early Modern Age. HIS TORY OF R HE TOR IC The present study provides an extensive treatment of the topic of enargeia on the basis of the classical and humanist sources of its theoretical foundation. German. poetry.) • List price EUR 155. as well as critical editions of texts will also be considered.International Studies in the History of Rhetoric Edited by Laurent Pernot and Craig Kallendorf Enargeia in Classical Antiquity and the Early Modern Age The Aesthetics of Evidence Heinrich F. The main text of the book is organized into three sections covering the three major fields of research: 1. Intertext. law and other aspects of culture and society. 2. Rewriting. there above all in the works of William Shakespeare. Context: Intratext. The first chapter traces the history of the discovery of biblical rhetoric. 3. Their theoretical basis is the tradition of classical rhetoric with its principal representatives (Aristotle. Its implementations are manifested in the Second Sophistic and in the Early Modern Age. politics. are becoming increasingly well-known. Manuscripts in English.e.• International Studies in the History of Rhetoric./ US$ 212. 3 . Universität DuisburgEssen Treatise on Biblical Rhetoric Roland Meynet Peer-reviewed scholarly monographs on the history of rhetoric in its broadest sense. Visual imagination plays a major role in the concepts of effect in oratory. The gift of interpretation. i. Quintilian) and their reception history. The Figures of Composition. Composition: The Levels of Composition. 240 pp. 4 • January 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22418 6 • Hardback (xii. French.) • List price EUR 99. This Treaty represents the sum of Biblical and Semitic rhetoric. These serve as the basis for detailed analyses of verbal and pictorial works of the Classical Antiquity and the Early Modern Age. theory and literary criticism. the last chapter opens future prospects. 29 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • ISSN 1875-1148 For more information please visit brill. Intertext and Interpretation. Original sources and documents. Composition and Interpretation.. Italian and Spanish are accepted for review./ US$ 136. Interpretation: Editing and translating. which were first discovered from the mid-eighteenth century. Plett. in an abridged translation of the French original.• International Studies in the History of Rhetoric.com/rhet • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22702 6 • Hardback (xii. religion.

Taken together. the treatment of this topic differs on occasion. Second.. spiritual and artistic terms. The included studies trace intricate and occasionally surprising instances of Augustine’s ubiquitous presence in intellectual.) • List price EUR 105. the doctrine of grace of Augustine of Hippo (354430) has been studied in depth. texts and their interpretations. which results in a correction of the image of an Augustine overemphasising God and neglecting man. This interdisciplinary volume attempts to redress this emphasis with a set of analyses of Augustine’s impact in the visual arts. 59 • May 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22213 7 • Hardback (xxiv./ US$ 144. and in our own time. 362 pp. the polychromy of ancient Jewish artifacts and new-old approaches to the zodiac and to the Christian destruction of ancient Jewish artifacts. This monograph studies the presence of grace in sermones preached during the period of the Pelagian controversy – a debate precisely on the relation between divine grace and human freedom. and in a plea to see continuity in his thinking on grace.• Brill’s Series in Church History. katholieke Universiteit Leuven RELIGION IN T HE ANCIE NT wOR LD Augustine beyond the Book and Reception Art. devotional practices. the gratia content of the sermones does not differ from that of the systematic treatises. Jewish reflections on Caligula in color./ US$ 140. This book explores the anthropological-ethical perspective of grace in Augustine. 58 / Religious History and Culture Series • December 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23816 9 • Hardback • List price EUR 101. Transmediality in the Greco-Roman World Steven Fine.Cover available soon Gratia in Augustine’s Sermones ad Populum during the Pelagian Controversy Do Different Contexts Furnish Different Insights Anthony Dupont.) • List price EUR 199.. Art. History and the Historiography of Judaism in the Greco-Roman World explores the complex interplay between visual culture. Augustine of Hippo (354-430) is arguably the most influential thinker and Latin author of the Early Christian period./ US$ 277. and largely with respect to his textual reception. they suggest a humane approach to the history of the Jews in an age of deep and long lasting transitions-. including the sometimes supra-rational and imaginative dimensions of transmission. His widespread legacy has been explored to date only in part. rhetorical and contextual framework of the sermones. The occurrence of grace in Augustine’s ca. Does Augustine deal with grace differently in these sermones and his anti-pelagian tractates? First.• Brill’s Series in Church History. liturgical..• The Brill Reference Library of Judaism. The essays assembled here range from the “thick description” of Josephus’ Bezalel son of Uri as a Roman architect through the inscriptions of the Dura Europos synagogue. arguing for an open-ended and self-aware approach to understanding Jewish culture from the first century CE through the rise of Islam. the science-faith debate and psychotherapy. music.both in antiquity. 684 pp. 580 sermones ad populum has not yet been systematically analysed. a difference determined by the biblical. History and the Historiography of Judaism Intermediality. drama. 36 . The result is a far more differentiated and dynamic picture of the mechanisms by which the legacy of an historical figure may be perpetuated. Yeshiva University Edited by Karla Pollmann and Meredith Gill 30 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 During the last decades. • October 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 23157 3 • Hardback (xii.

One hundred and seven letters—crafted to match the recipient’s personality. 46. JANER defines Ancient Near Eastern civilization broadly as including not only the Biblical. this work probes the modern analytical categories used to study ancient diviners and investigates the transmission of Babylonian/ Assyrian scholarship in Syria.Related Journal: Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions Editor: Seth Sanders Cover available soon Bodies of Knowledge in Ancient Mesopotamia The Diviners of Late Bronze Age Emar and their Tablet Collection Matthew Rutz. Shared goals united the late Roman elites far more than religion divided them. Hellenistic and Roman world but also the impact of Near Eastern religions on the western Mediterranean. They provide a unique window into the private lives of Rome’s leaders.. religion. in 2 issues • ISSN 1569-2116 / E-ISSN 1569-2124 • Institutional subscription rate Electronic only: EUR 145. For more information visit brill. commentary on. Over seventy-five fragments are identified for the first time.• Ancient Magic and Divination • February 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 21163 6 • Hardback (lxxii. and advance debates on ancient Near Eastern ideas and practices of the otherworldly. The book highlights the influence of the late Roman aristocracy that flourished in the century after Constantine and demonstrates that it did not become powerless in the face of the bishops and the new Christian elite. 215 pp.. or see p. and Michael Roberts. Mesopotamia. This book’s centerpiece is an extensive analytical catalogue of the excavated tablet collection of one family of diviners./ US$ 71. 1375-1175 BCE). and the modern interpretation of titles like ‘diviner’.- 31 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • March 2013 • ISBN 978 90 04 24567 9 • Hardback • List price EUR 168.Writings from the Greco-Roman World./ US$ 234.Electronic + print: EUR 174. and Anatolia.com/jane. and interest—discuss literature. During the Late Bronze Age diviners acted as high-ranking scribes and cultic functionaries in Emar. JANER welcomes submissions that introduce new evidence. Syria-Palestine. politics. Brown University The Letters of Symmachus: Book 1 Translated by Michele Renee Salzman.) • List price EUR 107. status. along with many proposed joins between fragments.. revise old understandings. in late antiquity. a town on the Syrian Euphrates (ca.• Individual subscription rate Print only: EUR 53. University of California at Riverside. The Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions (JANER) focuses on the religions of the Ancient Near East: Egypt. from prehistory through the beginning of the common era. By looking at cuneiform tablets as artifacts with archaeological contexts. as well as adjacent areas under their cultural influence./ US$ 233... wesleyan University RELIGION IN T HE ANCIE NT wOR LD In Bodies of Knowledge in Ancient Mesopotamia Matthew Rutz explores the relationship between ancient collections of texts..• SBL . helping explain the relatively nonviolent and gradual conversion of the western Roman aristocracy./ US$ 149./ US$ 213. JANER is the only peer-refereed journal specifically and exclusively addressing this range of topics. pagan and Christian.Print only: EUR 160. and translation into English of the first book of letters by Quintus Aurelius Symmachus shows the leading orator and statesman of the fourth-century Roman Senate deeply engaged in conversation with the leading men of the empire. commonly deemed libraries and archives. • 2013: Volume 13./ US$ 194. 30 . and is intended to provide an international scholarly forum for studies on all aspects of ancient religions. and social life. This introduction to.

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Part One studies the ways in which Greek medicine is related to its historical and cultural background (politics. but Byzantine. cultural and ethnic affiliations and interactions were expressed in the medical domain. Current questions on whether Hellenistic Egypt should be understood in terms of colonialism and imperialism. The GraecoRoman traditions are the focus of the series. critical editions. religion). Yet illness affects and is affected by nutrition./ US$ 151. rhetoric. The series also contains annotated bibliographies of published works relevant to particular subfields and lexica of medical terms in the various ancient traditions./ US$ 203. 318 pp. or integration and syncretism have never been closely studied in the context of healing. as well as for those whose professional involvement in medical practice gives them an interest in the history and traditions of their field. • ISSN 0925-1421 For more information please visit brill. in relation to Greek philosophical thought. theories of health and disease and concepts of psychosomatic interaction. 40 .Studies in Ancient Medicine Edited by John Scarborough. Université de Paris-Sorbonne and Institut de France (Académie des Inscriptions et BellesLettres). in Galen and in late antiquity. Philip J. all ages. edited by Philip van der Eijk 36 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 Studies in Ancient Medicine considers the medical traditions of ancient civilizations. Armenian and other related cultures. History of Medicine and Science. Part Two studies a number of salient features of Hippocratic medicine. Ancient History. Part Three studies the reception of Hippocratic medicine. agriculture and environment. van der Eijk.com/sam • December 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 21858 1 • Hardback (xiv. Emory University Greek Medicine from Hippocrates to Galen Selected Papers Jacques Jouanna..• Studies in Ancient Medicine. translations and commentaries on medical texts and collective volumes on the theory and practice of public and private medicine in Antiquity and the Middle Ages. drawing on written sources and other historical and archaeological evidence. 41 • July 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 20859 9 • Hardback (xx. Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages. Near Eastern. perceptions and responses to illness are ubiquitous in all kinds of evidence. The series includes monographs. The papers cover more than thirty years of Jouanna’s scholarship and range from the early beginnings of Greek medicine to late antiquity. Islam. especially medical ethics and the theory of the four humours.• Studies in Ancient Medicine. 404 pp.) • List price EUR 146. It is crucial to every socio-economic group. Byzantium. Ann Ellis Hanson and Joseph Ziegler A N CIEN T S CIEN CE AND ME D ICINE Medicine and Society in Ptolemaic Egypt Philippa Lang. disease and reproduction within larger questions of demography..) • List price EUR 110. and both sexes. Ancient Philosophy. this book explores how linguistic. drama. multicultural separatism. The series is intended for readers with interests in Classics. Intellectual History. This volume makes available for the first time in English translation a selection of Jacques Jouanna’s papers on medicine in the Graeco-Roman world. Medieval and early Islamic medicine is also included. both Greek and Egyptian and from archaeology to literature. such as dietetics. Examing all forms of healing within the specific socioeconomic and environmental constraints of the Ptolemies’ Egypt. as is medicine in Egyptian. Translated by Neil Allies.

Cross-disciplinary approaches will be particularly appreciated... at andrewqbarker@hotmail. theoretical. University of Birmingham New Journal Blood. historical. and Claus Zittel A N CIEN T S CIEN CE AND ME D ICINE The history of anatomy has been the subject of much recent scholarship. anthropological. including Egypt. Contributors demonstrate how different academic disciplines can contribute to our understanding of ‘physiology’. Palestine and Mesopotamia. Pottery from the second grave confirms a date close to 430 BC.com/grms.• Intersections. the first specialist periodical in the fields of ancient Greek and Roman music. includes an important collection of detailed and illustrated articles by seven distinguished specialists on the contents of two associated graves found in Athens. 44. It will publish papers offering cultural. and the remains of auloi. or see p. and investigate the value of this category to pre-modern medicine.com.- ./ US$ 241. early in 2013. is unique. the “Musician’s Grave”. Other articles in the issue discuss musicological topics from a wide range of historical. The Editorial Board will also consider contributions on music elsewhere in the Mediterranean region.Electronic + print: EUR 180. in 1 issue • ISSN 2212-974X / E-ISSN 2212-9758 • Institutional subscription rate Electronic only: EUR 150. history of medicine and science./ US$ 201.com/grms 37 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • June 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22918 1 • Hardback (xxviii. please go to www. the oldest papyrus ever found in Greece. Editor-in-Chief. Helen King. For more information visit brill.Print only: EUR 165. One. This volume shifts the focus to the many different ways in which the function of the body and its fluids were understood in pre-modern European thought. and literature. in disciplines including classics. Greek and Roman Musical Studies is a new journal. Manuscript Submissions and Enquiries If you would like to enquire about contributing to this journal. Among its unprecedented contents were two writing tablets. please contact Andrew Barker. and detailed case studies that explore particular aspects and individuals. archaeological. but also more recent periods).) • List price EUR 217./ US$ 221.. The book contains individual essays on the wider issues raised by ‘physiology’. It will be useful to those working on medicine and the body in pre-modern cultures. The first issue. a lyre and a type of harp previously known only from late fifth-century vase-paintings. cultural and theoretical positions. Sweat and Tears The Changing Concepts of Physiology from Antiquity into Early Modern Europe Edited by Manfred Horstmanshoff. philosophy..Greek and Roman Musical Studies Edited by Andrew Barker. iconographical and other perspectives on music in Classical antiquity. Syria. 25 • 2013: Volume 1. If you would like to submit an article.editorialmanager. and on its reception in later times (especially the Middle Ages and the Renaissance./ US$ 297. 772 pp.

Brown University Inscriptional Records for the Dramatic Festivals in Athens IG II2 2318–2325 and Related Texts Edited. IG II³ Part 1. Millis and Olson offer a completely updated text of the inscriptions. EPIGRA PHY AND PAPY ROLOGY IG II2 2318–2325 represent the most substantial surviving body of evidence for the institutional history of the Athenian dramatic festivals from their establishment at the end of the 6th century BCE to their disappearance sometime in the mid. report important epigraphical findings (e. detailed explanations of the restorations of the dimensions and organization of the original records. and Adele Scafuro. from lettering and methods of inscribing.Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy Editorial Board: John Bodel. they lay groundwork for the author’s new edition of these inscriptions. based on a close study of the stones themselves. restorations. • ISSN 1876-2557 For more information please visit brill. The volume also includes substantial interpretative essays on each set of records.to late 100s.. it welcomes volumes of historical studies that make significant use of inscriptions and occasionally conference proceedings. which are based on fresh comprehensive autopsy of the stones and study of squeezes.com/bsgre • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22912 9 • Hardback (xiv.• Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy . Brown University. The papers. to formulae used by civic bodies. Originally published in academic journals. 436 pp. Millis and S. In addition. with significant new readings and analysis as well as studies that deal with ‘practical matters’ of epigraphy.) • List price EUR 108. publishing monographs and collected volumes on all aspects of Greek and Roman inscription.. and several indices. and include studies of onomastics and of the chronology and the history of the period. new readings. 352/1-322/1 BC. and new — and in some cases radically different — reconstructions of the monuments on which they were inscribed. This book collects eighteen papers which make original contributions to the study of the inscribed laws and decrees of the city of Athens. photographs and early transcripts. with Introductions and Commentary by Benjamin W.g. with numerous redatings and the like. These include first editions of new and significant inscriptions.) • List price EUR 117. Douglas Olson Inscribed Athenian Laws and Decrees 352/1-322/1 BC Epigraphical Essays Stephen Lambert 38 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy is a new peerreviewed book series./ US$ 163. conference proceedings and Festschriften between 2000 and 2010./ US$ 148. new editions of previously published and important inscriptions.• Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy • January 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 20931 2 • Hardback (xii. fascicule 2. joins and datings). to methods of recording and editing texts and ‘supports’. a full epigraphic and prosopographic commentary. 238 pp. the most richly documented period of the city’s history.

science.Culture and History of the Ancient Near East Founding Editor: M. and for those dealing with Aramaic and Hebrew paleography and epigraphy.E. and German.) • List price EUR 99. lexicography and teaching methodology. B. it covers religion. It publishes monographs and collected volumes in English. Theo P.. for biblical scholars. west Semitic Research. The series demands high scholarly standards and innovative approaches. Included in the volume is a republication of his path breaking exhibition catalogue. University of California. The study addresses the evidence from three perspectives: the paleography and dating of the inscriptions. Yale University. Through his efforts. W.H. French. Randall Garr. Pitard.) • List price EUR 176. Halpern. Winter. 334 pp. archaeology. language. and Wayne T.• Culture and History of the Ancient Near East. This book is particularly useful for historians of Palestine in the Second Temple period.. University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign Aramaic and Hebrew Inscriptions from Mt. Oriental Institute. Santa Barbara. Across a chronological and geographical swath. and. Pennsylvania State University. Editor-in-Chief: Thomas Schneider Editors: Eckart Frahm./ US$ 135.J. The theme of the book stands on the intersection of epigraphy and historical research: the Aramaic and Hebrew inscriptions discovered in the vicinity of the Yahwistic sanctuary on Mt. and architecture. history.• Culture and History of the Ancient Near East. has made the research of many scholars available to the scholarly community. The series of articles included here honor his many contributions through discussions of a wide variety of inscriptional materials. Harvard University Puzzling Out the Past Studies in Northwest Semitic Languages and Literatures in Honor of Bruce Zuckerman Edited by Marilyn J.com/chan • May 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22715 6 • Hardback (xvi. 54 . 39 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 • ISSN 1566-2055 For more information please visit brill. Gerizim and Samaria between Antiochus III and Antiochus IV Epiphanes Jan Dušek EPIGRA PHY AND PAPY ROLOGY Since 1982. the most important inscriptions of biblical times have been reread and the history of the biblical and Second Temple periods reimagined. Biblical texts. Steven Fine. in founding Maarav: A Journal for the Study of the Northwest Semitic Languages and Literatures. Puzzling Out the Past. literature. art & visual culture./ US$ 245. the identity of the community who carved them and its institutions. finally. Yeshiva University. Weippert. the Culture and History of the Ancient Near East series has become a primary forum for studying all aspects of ancient Near Eastern civilizations. 200 pp. van den Hout. 55 • January 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 18385 8 • Hardback (xviii. thought. Bruce Zuckerman has transformed the way we look at ancient Semitic inscriptions. He has made contributions to the fields of biblical studies and modern Judaism. the larger historical and political context in which the inscriptions were produced. Irene J. Lundberg. Gerizim and their historical background. and.

Every volume contains the harvest of a single year and covers the entire Greek world. T. was never completely abandoned. 40 br ill’s cl assic al st u d ie s c atalog 201 3 EPIGRA PHY AND PAPY ROLOGY SEG LVIII covers the publications of the year 2008. Material later than the 8th century A. Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum is also available online (see p. 332 pp.. This ancient knowledge. with occasional additions from previous years that we missed in earlier volumes and from studies published after 2007 but pertaining to material from 2008. it summarizes new readings. • ISSN 0920-8399 For more information please visit brill. the sun. The series deals in four parts with the moon. Tybout Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum. which was still largely characterized by mythological concepts. bears witness to the early understanding of the mutual interactions of heaven and earth on both the physical and the religious levels. weather phenomena. Wind and Rain (Tablets 44–49) Erlend Gehlken. Corsten. Corsten. SEG presents complete Greek texts of all new inscriptions with a critical apparatus.D. The Assyro-Babylonian omen series Enūma Anu Enlil. 8). 43 . Chaniotis. is not included./ US$ 144. Chaniotis. written on seventy cuneiform tablets.• Cuneiform Monographs.) • List price EUR 105.. R. Volume LVIII (2008) Edited by A. 58 • August 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22588 6 • Hardback (x.Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum Edited by A.A. T. Stroud and R. Tybout Weather Omens of Enūma Anu Enlil Thunderstorms.A./ US$ 242. This book offers an edition of the texts of the second half of the weather section with the accompanying material. Stroud and R.C.S. not even when the ‘calculating’ astronomy became prevalent in the first millennium B. University of Frankfurt/Main Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum is an annual publication collecting newly published Greek inscriptions and studies on previously known documents. R. and occasionally presents the Greek text of these documents. interpretations and studies of known inscriptions.• Supplementum Epigraphicum Graecum. To facilitate accessibility.com/seg • December 2012 • ISBN 978 90 04 22817 7 • Hardback • List price EUR 177. technical and linguistic commentaries as well as an excerpt series were compiled by the scholars of old.S. and fixed stars and planets.

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