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Horses and horsemanship in the oral poetry of ancient Greece and the Indo-European world
Ritual, cult, and sacred space: Transcending death in the painted tomb of Roman Libya
A reception history of the "Man'yoshu"
Matter, language and attachment in Seneca's "Moral Epistles"
'Almost knowing how to read': Scribes as creative partners in Homeric transmission
Harbinger of sequestered intent: Language theory and the author in traditional Chinese discourse
Homeward Bound: Gendered Spatial Arrangements in Classical Athenian Houses
The Dream of a Shadow: Death and Heroism in the Poetry of Homer
A Model of Conflict: The Metonymic Function of stasis in Xenophon's "Hellenica"
Imperializing Hegemony: The Polis and Achaemenid Persia
Apuleius' Political Animal: A Socio-Cultural Reading of Identity in the "Metamorphoses"
Muse without Measure: Callimachus and the Greek Prose Traditions
Semantics and the Structure of Latin Etymological Wordplay
Caesarian Conflict: Portrayals of Julius Caesar in narratives of civil war
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