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Ancient World

2016

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App for iPad


Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World
Hailed by the New York Times as the best
geography of the ancient world ever achieved
and deemed by classicist Bernard Knox to be
an indispensable tool for historians concerned
with ancient times as well as a source of great
pleasure for the amateur, the unsurpassed
Barrington Atlas of the Greek and Roman World is
now available in digital form as a full-featured app for the iPad. Including all the content of the print edition of the Barrington Atlas, the app
makes this essential reference work more portable and affordable than
ever before possible.

Cloth Edition

Barrington Atlas of the


Greek and Roman World
Edited by Richard J. A. Talbert
[The Barrington Atlas] is the best
geography of the ancient world
ever achieved. . . . [I]t reveals the
world inhabited or reached by the
Greeks and Romans from 1000
B.C. to A.D. 640 in thrilling detail,
and a color code lets us track
changes through 16 centuries. The
collective learning poured into
this project is almost intimidating
to contemplate, and the fact that
it could be completed testifies to
extraordinary planning, dedication
and courage. . . . [T]he cartography
is luminous.. . . . [M]agnificent.
D.J.R. Bruckner, New York Times
Book Review

In 102 interactive color maps, this app re-creates the entire world of the
Greeks and Romans from the British Isles to the Indian subcontinent
and deep into North Africa. Unrivaled for range, clarity, and detail, these
custom-designed maps return the modern landscape to its ancient
appearance, marking ancient names and features in accordance with
modern scholarship and archaeological discoveries. Geographically, the
maps span the territory of more than seventy-five modern countries.
Chronologically, they extend from archaic Greece to the Late Roman
Empire.
A must-have for scholars, this app will also appeal to anyone eager to
retrace Alexanders eastward marches, cross the Alps with Hannibal,
traverse the Eastern Mediterranean with Saint Paul, or ponder the roads,
aqueducts, and defense works of the Roman Empire.
Designed exclusively for the iPad, the app uses the latest technology and
is available for iPad 2 and above.
To learn more about the app, please go to:
http://press.princeton.edu/apps/barrington-atlas
2013. 406 MB. Rated 4+. Requires iOS 6.0 or later. Compatible with iPad 2 and above.
App: $19.99

This atlas is an indispensable


tool for historians concerned with
ancient times. But it is also a source
of great pleasure for the amateur.
Bernard Knox, Los Angeles Times
Book Review
Principal Sponsors:
BARRINGTON FOUNDATION
American Philological Association
National Endowment for the Humanities
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
2000. 1500 pages. 102 maps.
Atlas: 978-0-691-03169-9
$395.00 | 275.00
Two-volume Map-by-Map Directory:
978-0-691-04945-8
$315.00 | 220.00

Winner of the 2000 Award for Best


Professional/Scholarly Multivolume
Reference/Humanities, Association of
American Publishers
One of Choices Outstanding Academic
Titles for 2001
Catalog cover image: Engraving of northeast view of the Temple of Apollo Epicurius at Bassae near
Phigalia, by Thomas Leverton Donaldson, from The Antiquities of Athens (London, 1830).
Image courtesy of Aikaterini Laskaridis Foundation.

New

The Rise and Fall of Classical Greece


Josiah Ober
The scholar who would today follow in Aristotles footsteps has to deal
with a far more formidable mass of data. Few of todays scholars control
more of this data, or write about it more insightfully, than Josiah Ober. . . .
[T]hose willing to put in the effort will learn much from the deep meditations of an expert historian and political philosopher.
James Romm, Wall Street Journal
Ober marshals a wealth of new
data to make the case for a much
different view of Greek history. . . .
There was something distinct
about the Greek world, he argues.
What set the Greeks apart, he says,
was their choice of a particular
kind of orderand the cultural
attitudes that went with it. Citizen
self-government. Equality of
standing among persons. Fair and
open institutions. These ideas,
unusual in history, were well developed in the Greek world, Ober
notes. If we care about them, he
says, we should pay attention.
Marc Parry, Chronicle of Higher
Education
[T]his could turn out to be Gibbons Decline and Fall of the Roman
Empire for classical Greece.
Jonathan Sturgeon, Flavorwire
A sharp and insightful economic
history.
Daisy Dunn, History Today

[Obers] central argument is that the achievements of Greek civilization were rooted in its prosperity, and that was the result of a rough
economic and political equality. . . . [He] ranges over a half millennium of
Greek history, from the 8th to the 3rd centuries BCE, seeking the roots
of Greek efflorescenceits material and cultural flourishing. . . . [The Rise
and Fall of Classical Greece] is rife with parallels to the present.
Brian Bethune, Macleans
Lord Byron described Greece as great, fallen, and immortal, a characterization more apt than he knew. Through most of its long history, Greece was
poor. But in the classical era, Greece was densely populated and highly
urbanized. Many surprisingly healthy Greeks lived in remarkably big
houses and worked for high wages at specialized occupations. Middleclass spending drove sustained economic growth, and classical wealth
produced a stunning cultural efflorescence lasting hundreds of years.
Why did Greece reach such heights in the classical periodand why only
then? And how, after the Greek miracle had endured for centuries, did
the Macedonians defeat the Greeks, seemingly bringing an end to their
glory? Drawing on a massive body of newly available data and employing
novel approaches to evidence, Josiah Ober offers a major new history of
classical Greece and an unprecedented account of its rise and fall.
Ober argues that Greeces rise was no miracle but rather the result of
political breakthroughs and economic development. The extraordinary
emergence of citizen-centered city-states transformed Greece into a
society that defeated the mighty Persian Empire. Yet Philip and Alexander of Macedon were able to beat the Greeks in the Battle of Chaeronea
in 338 BCE, a victory made possible by the Macedonians appropriation
of Greek innovations. After Alexanders death, battle-hardened warlords
fought ruthlessly over the remnants of his empire. But Greek cities
remained populous and wealthy, their economy and culture surviving to
be passed on to the Romansand to us.
A compelling narrative filled with uncanny modern parallels, this is a
book for anyone interested in how great civilizations are born and die.
The Princeton History of the Ancient World
2015. 464 pages. 1 halftone. 14 line illus. 18 tables. 9 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-14091-9
$35.00 | 24.95

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New Paperback

1177 B.C.

The Year Civilization Collapsed


Eric H. Cline
With a new afterword by the author
Clines introduction of complexity theoryas applied in other fields to
observe how the interconnected parts of complex systems make them
susceptible to destabilization and crisisis useful in further debunking
the traditional understanding of this period and allowing for a more
intricate scenario.
Barbara Cifola, American Historical Review
Turning Points in Ancient History
Barry Strauss, Series Editor
2015. 264 pages. 10 halftones. 2 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-16838-8
$16.95 | 11.95

One of the New York Posts Best Books of 2014


Winner of the 2014 Award for Best Popular Book, American Schools of Oriental Research

Forthcoming Paperback

The Amazons

Lives and Legends of Warrior Women across the Ancient World


Adrienne Mayor
In her quest to separate reality from mythology, Mayor left few stones
unturned, even examining the graves of women with war wounds and
mummified tattoos. She skillfully presents her findings with wit and conviction in this superbly illustrated book.
Lawrence D. Freedman, Foreign Affairs
April 2016. 544 pages. 15 color illus. 71 halftones. 10 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-17027-5
$17.95 | 12.50
Cl: 978-0-691-14720-8
$29.95 | 19.95

2015 Silver Medal Winner in World History, Independent Publisher Book Awards
Selected for American Scientists Science Book Gift Guide 2014

New Paperback

Delphi

A History of the Center of the Ancient World


Michael Scott
[O]f absorbing interest. . . . I doubt whether theres a single archaeological
report or relevant inscription, however obscure, that has escaped his notice,
and no other scholar known to me keeps one so constantly conscious of the
realities . . . that leave him with the nagging question: What motivated the
continuation of settlement in this otherwise rather difficult physical habitat
clinging to the mountainside?. . . . [Scotts] final chapters give the fullest and
most vivid general account of Delphis slow excavation over the past century
that Ive seen. . . . Scotts narrative never falters.
Peter Green, London Review of Books
2015. 448 pages. 49 halftones. 3 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-16984-2
$17.95 | 12.50
Cl: 978-0-691-15081-9
$29.95 | 19.95

One of Choices Outstanding Academic Titles for 2014

Forthcoming

How to Grow Old

Ancient Wisdom for the Second Half of Life


Marcus Tullius Cicero
Translated and with an introduction by Philip Freeman
Worried that old age will inevitably mean losing your libido, your health, and
possibly your marbles too? Well, Cicero has some good news for you. In How
to Grow Old, the great Roman orator and statesman eloquently describes
how you can make the second half of life the best part of alland why you
might discover that reading and gardening are actually far more pleasurable
than sex ever was.

A lively translation of a splendid work.


Stephen Harrison, University
of Oxford
The more people who read
Cicero, the better the world
will be.
Anthony Corbeill, University
of Kansas

Filled with timeless wisdom and practical guidance, Ciceros brief, charming
classicwritten in 44 BC and originally titled On Old Agehas delighted
and inspired readers, from Saint Augustine to Thomas Jefferson, for more
than two thousand years. Presented here in a lively new translation with an
informative new introduction and the original Latin on facing pages, the
book directly addresses the greatest fears of growing older and persuasively
argues why these worries are greatly exaggeratedor altogether mistaken.
Montaigne said Ciceros book gives one an appetite for growing old. The
American founding father John Adams read it repeatedly in his later years.
And today its lessons are more relevant than ever in a world obsessed with
the futile pursuit of youth.
April 2016. 224 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16770-1

$16.95 | 11.95

How to Win an Election

An Ancient Guide for Modern Politicians


Quintus Tullius Cicero
Translated and with an introduction by Philip Freeman
How to Win an Election . . . is a timely new edition for the US 2012 campaign. . . . Most reviewers of How to Win an Election have been struck by its
modernity.
Mary Beard, New York Review of Books
2012. 128 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15408-4

$12.95 | 8.95

A New York Times Book Review Editors Choice

How to Run a Country

An Ancient Guide for Modern Leaders


Marcus Tullius Cicero
Selected, translated, and with an introduction by Philip Freeman
Edited by Philip Freeman, How to Run a Country is a brief introduction to Ciceros political philosophy. . . . [I]t containsin English and
Latinfragments from Ciceros books and speeches, as well as letters
to friends and colleagues. . . . [Ciceros] views on war and immigration
will strike many readers as modern and sane.
Richard King, Australian
2013. 152 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-15657-6

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$12.95 | 8.95

New
New

Foragers, Farmers, and


Fossil Fuels

How Human Values Evolve


Ian Morris
Edited and with an
introduction by
Stephen Macedo
With commentary by Richard
Seaford, Jonathan D. Spence,
Christine M. Korsgaard &
Margaret Atwood
I may disagree with some ideas
in [Foragers, Farmers, and Fossil
Fuels], but I have thoroughly
enjoyed reading this excellent and
thought-provoking book. More
important, by putting forth a bold,
clearly formulated hypothesis, Ian
Morris has done a great service
to the budding field of scientific
history.
Peter Turchin, Science
A provocative explanation for the
evolution and divergence of ethical values. . . . In the hands of this
talented writer and thinker, [the]
material becomes an engaging
intellectual adventure.
Kirkus
The University Center for Human Values Series
Charles R. Beitz, Series Editor
2015. 400 pages. 2 halftones. 28 line illus.
2 tables. 6 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16039-9
$29.95 | 19.95

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New

The Making of the


Ancient Greek Economy
Institutions, Markets, and
Growth in the City-States
Alain Bresson
Translated by Steven Rendall

This is a masterwork by a master


economic historian. There is
simply no other book on ancient
economic matters that is as comprehensive, theoretically aware,
and, perhaps most important, as
readable as this one. Here both
students and specialists will find
a guide to lead them through the
intricacies and interactions of the
natural ecologies, markets, and
monetary systems that helped
to shape the Greek world from
Homer to Alexander the Great and
beyond.
Peter van Alfen, Margaret
Thompson Associate Curator of
Ancient Greek Coins, American
Numismatic Society
In this lucid, fine-grained, at times
meditative, and witty account of
the economy of ancient Greece,
Bressons prose sparkles with a full
command of the ancient sources,
the economic history literature,
and the debates about how to use
both. This is a marvelous, evocative book that is sure to provoke
reactions in many quarters.
J. G. Manning, Yale University
2015. 648 pages. 7 line illus. 7 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-14470-2
$45.00 | 30.95

The Birth of Politics

Eight Greek and Roman


Political Ideas and Why They
Matter
Melissa Lane
Lanes book . . . offers an enjoyable run through major traditions
of classical political ideas. . . . It
is thoughtful and challenging,
dense and economical without
being overwhelming. . . . [Lane]
does have an exceptional grasp
of political theory . . . and of the
connections between ancient and
modern political thought, which
she communicates admirably.
Joanna Kenty, Bryn Mawr Classical Review
The political ideas of the ancients
still endureand still propel
us into debate and even more
vigorous conflict. . . . [T]he author
successfully illuminates the
political ideas that still perplex
and divide us.
Kirkus Reviews
2015. 400 pages. 4 tables. 3 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16647-6
$26.95 | 18.95
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Men of Bronze

Hoplite Warfare in Ancient


Greece
Edited by Donald Kagan &
Gregory F. Viggiano
2015. 312 pages. 20 halftones. 11 line illus.
3 tables.
Pa: 978-0-691-16845-6
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14301-9
$45.00 | 30.95

Forthcoming

Divination and Human


Nature

New

A Cognitive History of
Intuition in Classical Antiquity
Peter T. Struck

Euripides and the Politics


of Form
Victoria Wohl
This book goes to the heart
of thinking about tragedy and
politics. Victoria Wohl links issues
of tragic form directly to politics in
a subtle and smart way.
Simon Goldhill, University of
Cambridge
How can we make sense of the
innovative structure of Euripidean
drama? And what political role did
tragedy play in the democracy of
classical Athens? These questions
are usually considered to be
mutually exclusive, but this book
shows that they can only be properly answered together. Providing
a new approach to the aesthetics
and politics of Greek tragedy,
Victoria Wohl argues that the
poetic form of Euripides drama
constitutes a mode of political
thought. Through readings of
select plays, she explores the politics of Euripides radical aesthetics,
showing how formal innovation
generates political passions with
real-world consequences.

New

Stealing Helen

The Myth of the Abducted


Wife in Comparative
Perspective
Lowell Edmunds
This book is a masterpiece. Demonstrating that Helen of Troy is
part of an international story type,
Edmunds completely reexamines
how one should study traditional
narrative, notions of fiction, and
the relations between myth and
cult. This book is a condensed and
compelling initiation into what
shapes stories and our reading
of them. It is going to become a
classic in its own right.
Richard P. Martin, author of
Myths of the Ancient Greeks

Origin Myths from the


Amazons to the Virgin Mary
Patrick J. Geary

Clearly the work of many years


and much reflection, Stealing
Helen is an impressive and wideranging book from a well-known
and innovative scholar. Treating
the central topic of Helen from
multiple points of view drawn
from many disciplines, this
invigorating book will interest not
only classicists but also anyone
interested in the history and construction of narrative traditions.
Stephanie W. Jamison, University of California, Los Angeles

July 2016. 128 pages.


Pa: 978-0-691-17146-3
Cl: 978-0-691-12409-4

2015. 448 pages. 19 halftones. 11 line illus.


2 tables. 2 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16512-7
$49.50 | 34.95

Martin Classical Lectures


2015. 224 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16650-6

$39.95 | 27.95

Now Available in Paperback

Women at the Beginning

$24.95 | 16.95
$33.95 | 23.95

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This wonderfully interesting book


marshals a great deal of information about ancient philosophy
in order to make the fascinating
argument that what we call
divination would have been
familiar to ancient intellectuals
under Greek terms that we now
translate as intuition. It is a major
step forward in understanding the
concept of divination in ancient
Greece and Rome.
Sarah Iles Johnston, author of
Ancient Greek Divination
A novel account of the concepts
of intuition in the ancient world,
this book is a remarkable study of
how these concepts were clothed
in the language of divination.
Struck traces this history of divination-as-intuition through some
of the most important surviving
ancient texts on the subject. His
tremendously stimulating book
is replete with fresh insights and
makes a significant contribution
to the histories of ancient philosophy and religion.
Phillip Horky, Durham University
July 2016. 280 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16939-2

$45.00 | 30.95

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Virgils Gaze

Nation and Poetry in the


Aeneid
J. D. Reed
July 2016. 240 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-17091-6
Cl: 978-0-691-12740-8

$24.95 | 16.95
$64.00 | 43.95

Forthcoming Paperback

The Emperor Nero

A Guide to the Ancient


Sources
Edited by Anthony A. Barrett,
Elaine Fantham &
John C. Yardley
The most learned sourcebook I
have ever seen.
Miriam T. Griffin, author of Nero:
The End of a Dynasty
This extremely well-informed
and judicious sourcebook collates
the most important evidence on
the life and reign of the emperor
Nero. No one has organized this
material in this way before and
provided such a rich and accessible commentary on these
difficult sources.
T. Corey Brennan, author of The
Praetorship in the Roman Republic
Neros reign (AD 5468) witnessed
some of the most memorable
events in Roman history, such
as the rebellion of Boudica
and the first persecution of the
Christiansnot to mention
Neros murder of his mother, his
tyranny and extravagance, and his
suicide, which plunged the empire
into civil war. The Emperor Nero
gathers into a single collection
the major sources for Neros life
and rule, providing students of
Nero and ancient Rome with the
most authoritative and accessible
reader there is.
July 2016. 280 pages. 35 line illus.
Pa: 978-0-691-15651-4
$35.00 | 24.95

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Forthcoming

The Power of Place

Forthcoming

In the Land of a
Thousand Gods

A History of Asia Minor in the


Ancient World
Christian Marek
In collaboration with Peter Frei
Translated by Steven Rendall
This lucid and richly illustrated
book . . . is simply the most reliable,
most comprehensive handbook to
all aspects of the subject.
Peter Thonemann, author of The
Maeander Valley
This monumental book provides
the first comprehensive history
of Asia Minor from prehistory to
the Roman imperial period. In
this handsome English edition of
the critically acclaimed German
book, Christian Marek masterfully
weaves together illuminating
citations from the ancient sources
with vivid sketches of civic institutions, urban and rural society,
agriculture, trade and money, the
influential Greek writers of the
Second Sophistic, the notoriously
bloody exhibitions of the gladiatorial arena, and more.
A breathtaking work of scholarship, In the Land of a Thousand
Gods is destined to become the
standard reference book on the
subject in English.
July 2016. 808 pages. 105 halftones. 23 maps.
23 tables. 4 line illus.
Cl: 978-0-691-15979-9
$49.50 | 34.95

Rulers and Their Palaces,


Landscapes, Cities, and Holy
Places
David Rollason
A work of considerable learning
and precise scholarship, The Power
of Place demonstrates how rulers
supported and extended power
through the places from which
they exercised it. I know of no
other book that brings together
this topic in such a comprehensive, systematic way. The books
breadth, accessibility, and illustrations make it attractive to a wide
audience.
R. I. Moore, professor emeritus
of history, Newcastle University
This extremely ambitious and
appealing book discusses an array
of structures and building sites
over time, from Roman antiquity
to the end of the Middle Ages, and
across the face of Western Europe.
Richly illustrated, it impressively
compiles a wide range of material from a variety of sources and
succeeds in examining the nature
of power through buildings. No
other work on this subject covers
this much information.
Charles B. McClendon, Brandeis
University
August 2016. 488 pages. 37 color illus.
151 halftones. 33 line illus. 3 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16762-6
$49.98 | 34.95

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New

Philosophy before the


Greeks

The Pursuit of Truth in Ancient


Babylonia
Marc Van De Mieroop
A landmark study by one of the
leading scholars of cuneiform
civilization, Philosophy before
the Greeks radically expands and
deepens our understanding of the
Babylonians ways of conceiving
and knowing the world. Transcending the hackneyed listing of
Babylonian firsts in world civilization, Marc Van De Mieroop gleans
the epistemological substructure
of Mesopotamian thought by
delving deeply into the Babylonians system of cuneiform writing,
their practice of divining the
future through omens in natural
phenomena, and their creation
of codes of law. The result is a
brilliant and novel view on how
the Babylonians both discovered
and constructed the world around
them.
Timothy Potts, director of the
J. Paul Getty Museum
Philosophy before the Greeks is a
sophisticated, erudite, strikingly
original, well-argued, and richly
documented study that will stand
alone in ancient Mesopotamian
studies.
Benjamin Foster, Yale University
2015. 312 pages. 1 halftone.
Cl: 978-0-691-15718-4
$35.00 | 24.95

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New

The Political Machine

Assembling Sovereignty in the


Bronze Age Caucasus
Adam T. Smith
This provocative and timely book
identifies three main phases in the
development of sovereign assemblage and provides a compelling
account of social change in Caucasian societies between the fourth
millennium and the Iron Age.
Peppered with erudite case studies, this original and important
book will be widely read and used
by archaeologists, anthropologists, and art historians.
David Wengrow, University
College London
From Bronze Age traditions of
mortuary ritual and divination to
current controversies over flag
pins and Predator drones, The
Political Machine sheds new light
on how material goods authorize
and defend political order.

New

Greek Buddha

Pyrrhos Encounter with Early


Buddhism in Central Asia
Christopher I. Beckwith
In Greek Buddha, Beckwith
delves into the writings of the
Ionian philosopher-skeptic
Pyrrho. Beckwiths discoveries,
set forth in this elegantly argued
book, upend received truths on
the philosophical geography of
Eurasia. Even the nonspecialist will
thrill as Beckwith carefully traces
core teachings of Buddhism to the
world of Greek thought. Here is a
book that is as provocative in its
method as in its conclusions. Solid
scholarship lives on these pages,
and will live, too, in the inevitable
debates to which this tour de
force will give rise.
S. Frederick Starr, author of Lost
Enlightenment
2015. 304 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16644-5

$29.95 | 19.95

The Rostovtzeff Lectures


2015. 264 pages. 23 halftones. 18 line illus.
1 table. 9 maps.
Cl: 978-0-691-16323-9
$39.50 | 27.95

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Before and After


Muhammad

The First Millennium


Refocused
Garth Fowden
2016. 248 pages. 2 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-16840-1
Cl: 978-0-691-15853-2

$24.95 | 16.95
$35.00 | 24.95

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How Ancient Europeans


Saw the World
Vision, Patterns, and the
Shaping of the Mind in
Prehistoric Times
Peter S. Wells

2015. 304 pages 40 halftones. 6 line illus.


3 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-16675-9
$24.95 | 16.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14338-5
$38.95 | 26.95

Honorable Mention, 2012 PROSE


Award, Archeology and Anthropology,
Association of American Publishers

New

Ladies Greek

Victorian Translations of
Tragedy
Yopie Prins
New

Pagans and Philosophers

The Problem of Paganism from


Augustine to Leibniz
John Marenbon
Fascinating. . . . Marenbon constantly cuts across the standard
discussions at a fresh angle, bringing new connections to light.
Noel Malcolm, Standpoint
This reviewer has been waiting
for this book for a long time. . . .
[Pagans and Philosophers] is
fascinating, exciting, compelling,
and well worth the wait.
Choice
Pagans and Philosophers explores
how writersphilosophers and
theologians, but also poets such
as Dante, Chaucer, and Langland,
and travelers such as Las Casas
and Riccitackled the Problem of
Paganism.
A sweeping and original account
of an important but neglected
chapter in Western intellectual
history, Pagans and Philosophers
provides a new perspective on
nothing less than the entire
period between the classical and
the modern world.
2015. 368 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-14255-5

$35.00 | 24.95

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This original, elegant, and beautifully written book combines deep


classical learning and superb
transatlantic archival research to
produce a wonderful account of
Victorian womens intense love
affair with ancient Greek. Yopie
Prinss classical expertise helps
scholars who cannot read Greek
toward magnificent new literary
interpretations.
Mary Loeffelholz, Northeastern
University
Ladies Greek is a highly
anticipated, wide-ranging, and
meticulously researched book.
Its compelling and original
conclusion makes a significant
contribution to our understanding
of Victorian Hellenism.
Laura McClure, University of
WisconsinMadison
The first comparative study of
Anglo-American Hellenism, Ladies
Greek opens up new perspectives
in transatlantic Victorian studies
and the study of classical reception, translation, and gender.
2015. 296 pages. 30 hafltones.
Pa: 978-0-691-14189-3
$26.95 | 18.95
Cl: 978-0-691-14188-6
$60.00 | 41.95

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Constructing Autocracy
Aristocrats and Emperors in
Julio-Claudian Rome
Matthew B. Roller
May 2016. 296 pages.
Pa: 978-0-691-17141-8

$29.95 | 19.95

Genealogy of the Tragic


Greek Tragedy and German
Philosophy
Joshua Billings

Readers of Greek tragedy and


readers of German Idealism,
whether classicists or not, have
much to learn from this important
book.
Constanze Gthenke, Princeton
University
There is no body of work as
important for understanding
the idea of the tragic as German
Idealism, which fundamentally
changed modernitys notions of
tragedy. I can think of no better
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Cambridge
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2014. 280 pages.
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Raffaella Cribiore
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Nart Sagas

Ancient Myths and Legends


of the Circassians and
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John Colarusso
Assembled, translated &
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Adrienne Mayor
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Ancient Myths and Legends of


the Ossetians
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Rochester
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Grammatical Gender and


Biological Sex in Ancient
Rome
Anthony Corbeill
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Trophies of Victory

Public Building in Periklean


Athens
T. Leslie Shear, Jr.
In Trophies of Victory, T.
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archaeological excavations at the
Athenian Agora for more than
twenty-five years, provides the
first comprehensive account of
the Periklean buildings as a group.
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Archaeology, Princeton University
April 2016. 496 pages. 55 halftones.
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Money Changes
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How Finance Made Civilization


Possible
William N. Goetzmann
Money Changes Everything does
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the contribution of finance to
modern civilization. A thrilling
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Hans-Joachim Voth, University
of Zurich
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Through the Eye of a


Needle
The Life of Roman
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Joy Connolly
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Emily Wilson
2014. 256 pages. 2 halftones.
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Pericles of Athens
Vincent Azoulay
Translated by Janet Lloyd
With a foreword by
Paul Cartledge
Fascinating. . . . Azoulay has given
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Peter Green, London Review of
Books
2014. 312 pages. 10 halftones. 5 line illus.
1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-15459-6
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The Birth of Hedonism

Wealth, the Fall of Rome, and


the Making of Christianity in
the West, 350550 AD
Peter Brown
2014. 816 pages. 12 color illus. 8 halftones.
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Lost Enlightenment

Central Asias Golden Age


from the Arab Conquest to
Tamerlane
S. Frederick Starr
This favorable account of Central
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senbike Togan, Bogazici Journal

2014. 528 pages.


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The Complete Works of


Aristotle

The Revised Oxford Translation


One-Volume Digital Edition
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Byzantine Matters

A bold, clever, and expansive


treatment of one of the most
misunderstood of ancient philosophical schools.
Tim Whitmarsh, University of
Cambridge

No one has written about the


history and culture of Byzantium
with such luminous intelligence as
Averil Cameron.
Peter Thornemann, Times Literary Supplement

2014. 304 pages. 1 map.


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Works
Revised, edited, and with an
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Barnes & Anthony Kenny

2015. 696 pages. 29 color illus. 48 halftones.


2 maps.
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The Cyrenaic Philosophers and


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Kurt Lampe

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Aristotles Ethics

Averil Cameron
Now Available in Paperback

The State of Speech

Rhetoric and Political Thought


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Joy Connolly
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Mathematics in
Ancient Egypt

The First Fossil Hunters


Dinosaurs, Mammoths, and
Myth in Greek and Roman
Times
Adrienne Mayor
With a new introduction by
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Every classical historian, philologist, or philosopher should know


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Victor Castellani, European
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The Poison King

The Life and Legend of


Mithradates, Romes
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Adrienne Mayor
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Finalist, 2009 National Book Award,


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Aristotle

His Life and School


Carlo Natali
Edited by D. S. Hutchinson
This book both satisfies the
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Choice
The translation of this work has been funded
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2013. 240 pages. 1 line illus. 2 tables.
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Imperialism, Power,
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Experiencing the Roman


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David J. Mattingly
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Louise Revell, Journal of Roman
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Miriam S. Balmuth Lectures in Ancient History
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2014. 376 pages. 38 halftones. 14 line illus.
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Homeric Effects in
Vergils Narrative
Alessandro Barchiesi
Translated by Ilaria Marchesi &
Matt Fox
With a new foreword by
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All readers of Virgil will want to
peruse this book, and adherents
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Choice
2015. 216 pages.
Cl: 978-0-691-16181-5

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A Contextual History
Annette Imhausen
A modern, up-to-date, unbiased
discussion on ancient Egyptian
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represents the most recent and
best-documented presentation of
the subject.
Corinna Rossi, author of
Architecture and Mathematics in
Ancient Egypt
2016. 248 pages. 5 halftones. 24 line illus.
11 tables.
Cl: 978-0-691-11713-3
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The Horse, the Wheel,


and Language

How Bronze-Age Riders from


the Eurasian Steppes Shaped
the Modern World
David W. Anthony
2010. 568 pages. 3 halftones. 86 line illus.
16 tables. 25 maps.
Pa: 978-0-691-14818-2
$29.95 | 19.95
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$58.00 | 39.95

Winner of the 2010 Book Award, Society


for American Archaeology

The Enneads of Plotinus


A Commentary, Volume 1
Paul Kalligas
Translated by Elizabeth Key
Fowden & Nicolas Pilavachi

Kalligas[s] . . . commentary
displays extraordinary mastery of
the full text of the Enneads and a
sophisticated appreciation of the
relevant contexts.
Alexander P. D. Mourelatos,
University of Texas, Austin
2014. 728 pages. 4 halftones. 7 line illus.
3 tables. 1 map.
Cl: 978-0-691-15421-3
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The Origins of Monsters


Image and Cognition in
the First Age of Mechanical
Reproduction
David Wengrow

Few archaeologists would venture into as many regions or across


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Christina Riggs, Times Literary
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The Rostovtzeff Lectures
2013. 184 pages. 10 halftones. 23 line illus.
1 map.
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The Last Pharaohs

Egypt Under the Ptolemies,


30530 BC
J. G. Manning
The Last Pharaohs draws a
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Heritage Key
2012. 280 pages. 8 halftones. 7 line illus.
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Rethinking the Other


in Antiquity
Erich S. Gruen
[A] major reassessment of an
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A Written Republic

Ciceros Philosophical Politics


Yelena Baraz

428 AD

An Ordinary Year at the End of


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Giusto Traina
With a preface by
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Giusto Trainas very stimulating
book embodies a highly original
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Tamara Lewit, Ancient East &
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Slaves Tell Tales

And Other Episodes in the


Politics of Popular Culture in
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Sara Forsdyke
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Alexander the Great and


His Empire
A Short Introduction
Pierre Briant
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Death to Tyrants!

Ancient Greek Democracy and


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David A. Teegarden
Death to Tyrants! will be of interest to a wide range of students
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Masters of Fire

Copper Age Art from Israel


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Choice
A copublication with the Institute for the Study
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