The following individuals have received a doctoral degree from the Department of Classics at the University of Cincinnati.
Maria Gaki 2022
The Concept of Euphony in Ancient Literary Criticism
Efthymia Tsiolaki 2022
Diachronic Landscapes and Social Change in Pylos, Western Messenia, Greece: The Pylos Regional Archaeological Project and its Archaeological Context in Prehistory.
Brent Arehart 2022
Sexual Medicine in the Roman Empire
Sarah Beal 2022
From Symposium to Convivium? Dining Customs in 3rd Century A.D. Athens
Angelica Wisenbarger 2021
Fructus Causa: Menippean and Mystery Aesthetics in the Agricultural Manuals of Varro and Vergil
Simone Agrimonti 2021 ASCSA
Interstate Arbitrations in Hellenistic Messenia
Chris Motz 2021 Elon University
The Knowledge Networks of Workshop Construction in the Roman World
Carina Moss 2020
Elegy with Epic Consequences: Elegiac Themes in Statius’ Thebaid
Gabriele Busnelli 2019
Reasoning, Questioning, Perception, Bibliography: The Paths of Knowledge in the Poetry of Callimachus
Paschalis Zafeiriadis 2018
Society Makes Itself: Analyzing Spatial and Social Structures in Late Neolithic (ca. 5300-4500 B.C) - Early Bronze Age (ca. 3300-2000 B.C.) Macedonia, Greece
Catherine Baker 2018 Bryn Mawr University
Roman Imperialism and Latin Colonization in the Central Apennines: Networks of Interaction and Exchange
Alexandros Laftsidis 2018 Xavier University
The Hellenistic Ceramic "Koine" Revisited
Kathleen Kidder 2018 University of Houston
Representations of Truth and Falsehood in Hellenistic Poetry
William 'Flint' Dibble 2017 ASCSA
Politika Zoa: Animals and Social Change in Ancient Greece (1600-300 B.C.)
Mitchell Brown 2016 College of William and Mary
Chris Cloke 2016 University of Maryland
An Archaeological History of the Nemea Valley: The Results of the Nemea Valley Archaeological Project for the Archaic, Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Periods
Bea Peruzzi 2016 Rutgers University
Populating Peucetia: Central Apulian Grave Good Assemblages from the Classical Period (late 6th - 3rd centuries B.C.)
Taylor Coughlan 2016 St. Albans School, Washington, D.C.
The Aesthetics of Dialect in Hellenistic Epigram
John Ryan 2016 Riverdale High School, Jefferson, LA
The Ancient Reception of Aratus’ Phaenomena
Kyle Helms 2016 St. Olaf College
Masters of Eloquence and Masters of Empire: Quintilian in Context
David Schwei 2016 Episcopal School of Jacksonville, FL
The Empire Strikes: The Growth of Roman Infrastructural Minting Power, 60 BC - AD 68
Emilia Oddo 2015 Tulane University
From Pottery to Politics? Analysis of the Neopalatial Ceramic Assemblage from Cistern 2 at Myrtos-Pyrgos, Crete
Austin Chapman 2015 Blythewood Highschool
Reading and Writing Gellius: The Act of Composition in the Attic Nights
Emily Egan 2015 University of Maryland
Nestors Megaron: Contextualizing a Mycenaean Institution at Pylos
Kristina Neumann 2015 University of Houston
Mapping the Transformation of Roman Antioch: The Coin Evidence
Andrew Connor 2014 Monash University
Temples as Economic Agents in Early Roman Egypt: The Case of Tebtunis and Soknopaiou Nesos
Natalie Abell 2014 University of Michigan
Reconsidering a Cultural Crossroads: A Diachronic Analysis of Ceramic Production, Consumption, and Exchange Patterns at Bronze Age Ayia Irini, Kea, Greece
Allison Emmerson 2013 Tulane University
Memoria et Monumenta: Local Identities and the Tombs of Roman Campania
Charles Campbell 2013 Purdue University
Poets and Poetics in Greek Literary Epigram
Peter Stone 2012 Virginia Commonwealth University
Provincial' Perspectives: The Persian, Ptolemaic, and Seleucid Administrative Center at Tel Kedesh, Israel, in a Regional Context
Marcie Handler 2012 The Seven Hills School
Crafting Matters: A Coroplastic Workshop in Roman Athens
Jody Gordon 2012 Wentworth Institute of Technology
Between Alexandria and Rome: A Postcolonial Archaeology of Cultural Identity in Hellenistic and Roman Cyprus
Lynne Kvapil 2012 Butler University
The Agricultural Terraces of Korphos-Kalamianos: A Case Study of the Dynamic Relationship Between Land Use and Socio-Political Organization in Prehistoric Greece"
Allison Sterrett-Krause 2012 College of Charleston
The Impacts of Private Donations on the Civic Landscapes of Roman Africa Proconsularis
Sean Lockwood 2011 Balsillie School of International Affairs
Aytaş Mevkii/Islamlar in the Elmah Basin, Turkey: A Multi-Period Sepulchral Site in Northern Lycia
Anne Feltovich 2011 Hamilton College
Women's Social Bonds in Greek and Roman Comedy
Sean O'Neill 2011 Hanover College
The Emperor as Pharaoh: Provincial Dynamics & Visual Representations of Imperial Authority in Roman Egypt, 30 B.C. - A.D. 69
Shannon Lafayette 2011 UMASS Amherst
The Destruction and Afterlife of the Palace of Nestor at Pylos: The Making of a Forgotten Landmark
Dan Osland 2011 University of Otago
Urban Change in Late Antique Hispania: The Case of Augusta Emerita
Shannan Stewart 2010
Gordion After the Knot: Hellenistic Pottery and Culture
Carrie Galsworthy 2010 Conestoga College, Kitchener, Ontario
Language and Intent in Empedocles' Cosmic Cycle
David Hernandez 2010 University of Notre Dame
Excavations of the Roman Forum at Butrint (2004-2007): The Archaeology of a Hellenistic and Roman Port in Epirus
Michael (Jason) Reddoch 2010 Colorado Mesa University
Dream Narratives and Their Philosophical Orientation in Philo of Alexandria
Sharon Stocker 2010 University of Cincinnati
Illyrian Apollonia: Toward a New Ktisis and Developmental History of the Colony
Jed Thorn 2010
The Italic Patronage of Early Apulian Red-Figure
Patrick Beasom 2009 Agnes Irwin School
Oculi Sunt in Amore Duces: The Use of Mental Image in Latin Love Poetry
Valentina Popescu 2009 University of California, Davis
Lucian's Paradoxa: Fiction, Aesthetics, and Identity
Kristine Trego 2009 Bucknell College
Plutarch's Story of Agesilaos: A Narratological Commentary
Eugenia Gorogianni 2008 University of Akron
Creation Stories: The Archaeological Site of Ayia Irini, Kea, and the Production of Archaeological Knowledge
Brian Sowers 2008 Brooklyn College
Eudocia: The Making of a Homeric Christian
Christopher TenWolde 2008
State Formation in the Cretan Bronze Age
Ryan Ricciardi 2007 Bowdoin College
Where Did All the Women Go: The Archaeology of the Soldier Empresses
Mischa Hooker 2007 Augustana College
The Uses of Sibyls and Sibylline Oracles by Early Christian Writers
Julie Hruby 2006 Dartmouth College
Feasting and Ceramics: A View from the Palace of Nestor at Pylos
Joel Hatch 2006
Poetic Voices and Hellenistic Antecedents in the Elegies of Propertius
Rodney Fitzsimons 2006 Trent University
Monuments of Power and the Power of Monuments - The Evolution of Elite Architectural Styles at Bronze Age Mycenae
Susan Wise 2005 Earlham College
Childbirth Votives and Rituals in Ancient Greece
Alexandra Lesk 2004 West Point Grey Academy
A Diachronic Examination of the Erechtheion and its Reception
Dana Munteanu 2004 Ohio State University
Ancient Spectator of Tragedy (Facets of Emotion, Pleasure, and Learning)
Jeff Kramer 2004 University of Cincinnati
Analysis and Classification of the Late Helladic I Pottery of the Northeastern Peloponnese
Joanne Mary Angela Murphy 2003 University of North Carolina, Greensboro
Changing Roles and Locations of Religious Practices in South-Central Crete During the Pre-Palatial and Proto-Palatial Periods
James M.L. Newhard 2003 College of Charleston
Aspects of the Local Economies of the Bronze Age: Chipped Stone Acquisition and Production Strategies in the Argolid, Greece
Peter Anderson 2003 Grand Valley State University
"Fame is the Spur": Memoria, Gloria, and Poetry among the Elite in Flavian Rome
Eleni Hasaki 2002 University of Arizona
Ceramic Kilns in Ancient Greece
Technological Choices and Organization of Ceramic Workshops
Gary Berkowitz 2002
Narrative Problems in Apollonius' Argonautica
Frank Edward Shaw 2002
The earliest non-mystical Jewish use of Iw
Ioulia Tzonou 2001 Curator, Corinth Excavations, American School of Classical Studies at Athens
A Contextual Analysis of Mycenaean Terracotta Figurines.
Deniz Burcu Arikan Erciyas 2001 Middle East Technical University, Turkey
Studies in the Archaeology of Hellenistic Pontus: The Settlements, Monuments, and Coinage of Mithradates Vi and his Predecessors.
Michael R. Klabunde 2001 College of Mount Saint Joseph
Boys or women? : the rhetoric of sexual preference in Achilles Tatius, Plutarch, and pseudo-Lucian
William Aylward 2000 University of Wisconsin at Madison
The Roman Agora at Ilion and Its Predecessors
Sherri L. Latimer 2000
Senators, equestrians, and the criminal courts, 123-89 B.C.
Susan McMullen Fisher 1999
Ceramics and Culture: The Archaic Finewares of Ilion
Emil A. Kramer 1999 Augustana College
Imaging empire : aspects of Velleius Paterculus' historiography
Susann Sowers Lusnia 1998 Tulane University
The Building Program of Septimus Severus at Rome, A.D. 193-211
Thea Smith 1995 University of Cincinnati
"Water Management in the Late Bronze Age Argolid, Greece"
Herman Rego Pontes 1995
Callida iunctura : the divided heroic clausula in Virgil
See also 'The double dog in Callimachus and Aristophanes,' Philologus1995 139 (2) : 251-255; 'Vergilius rhetor, Aeneas orator,' Vergilius 1996 42 : 66-82; '"Inscriptiones Iliacae", ST 1996 6: 209-216; (with C. I. Panas)' Stamped amphora and lagynos handles from the 1989-1995 seasons,'ST1998 8 : 223-262; 'The broken heroic clausula in the Aeneas narrative (Aeneid 2 and 3),'
Vergilius 1999 45 : 37-47.
Blanche Menadier 1995 Macquarie University
"The Sixth Century B.C. Temple and the Sanctuary and Cult of Hera Akraia, Perachora"
Marina Sgourou 1994 formerly Archaeological Service of Greece
"Attic Lebetes Gamikoi"
Monessa Finnerty Cummins 1993 Grinnell College
Myth in Pindar and Bacchylides : five studies in narrative pattern and convention
David Ball 1993 formerly University of Cincinnati Library
A gentler kind of beast : Nero's image in the Greek world
See also 'A bear hunt mosaic,' GMusJ 1984 XII : 123-134.
Victoria Sabetai 1993 Academy of Athens Research Center for Antiquity
"The Washing Painter: A Contribution to the Wedding and Genre Iconography in the Second Half of the Fifth Century B. C."
Elizabeth Kosmetatou 1993 University of Illinois, Springfield
"The Public and Political Image of the Attalids of Pergamon: Studies on Inscriptions, Coinage, and Monuments"
Kimberle Calnan 1992 Bridgewater-Raritan Middle School
The Health Status of Bronze Age Greek Women
Randall T. Saunders 1991
A biography of the emperor Aurelian (A.D. 270-275)
See also 'Aurelian's two Iuthungian wars,' Historia 1992 XLI : 311-327
Diane Fortenberry 1990 Senior Editor, Phaidon Press
"Elements of Mycenaean Warfare"
Ruth Palmer 1989 Ohio University
"Wine in the Mycenaean Palace Economy"
See also Wine in the Mycenaean Palace Economy Liege: Universite de Liege, Histoire de l'art et archeologie de la Grece antique; Austin : University of Texas at Austin, Program in Aegean Scripts and Prehistory, 1994.
W. Joseph Cummins 1989 Grinnell College
Motivational conflict from Homer to Plato : a study of language and imagery
See also 'Eros, epithumia, and philia in Plato,' Apeiron 1981 XV : 10-18
The expedition of Philip V to Asia Minor in 201/0 B.C.
See also 'Violence in the contio during the Ciceronian age,' AC 1985 LIV : 180-187
Robert Archie Riall 1987
Athanasius Bishop of Alexandria : the politics of spirituality
See also 'Augustamnica in the Athanasian Festal Letter Index,' ZNTW 1987 LXXVIII : 302-305
Melanie Domurad 1986
Matritech, Boston. Director of Clinical Research and Regulatory Affairs.
"The Populations of Ancient Cyprus"
Wanda J. Finney 1985 Wilson College
Studies in the use of hymns and prayers in Horace's Odes
See also 'Language and hymnal form in Horace, Odes 4.14,'
Vergilius 1985 XXXI : 45-50
Diane Bolger 1985 University of Edinburgh
"Erimi-Pamboula: A Study of the Site in Light of Recent Evidence"
See also Erimi-Pamboula : A Chalcolithic Settlement in Cyprus. Oxford: British Archaeological Reports, 1988.
Myron Bikakis 1985
Archaic and Classical Imported Pottery in the Museums of Paros and Naxos
David Wilson 1984 University of Western Ontario
"The Early Minoan IIA West Court House at Knossos"
See also D.E. Wilson, "The Pottery from the West Court House at Knossos: Defining the Beginnings of Early Minoan IIA," American Journal of Archaeology 89 (1985) 355-356.
D.E. Wilson, "The Pottery and Architecture of the EM IIA West Court House at Knossos," Annual of the British School at Athens 80 (1985) 281-364.
Maria Iacovou 1984 University of Cyprus
"The Eleventh Century B.C. Pictorial Pottery of Cyprus"
See also The Pictorial Pottery of Eleventh Century B.C. Cyprus. Goteborg: P. Astrom, 1988.
Martha Demas 1984 J. Paul Getty Center
"Pyla-Kokkinokremos and Maa-Palaeokastro : Two Fortified Settlements of the End of the 13th Century B.C. in Cyprus"
See also Pyla-Kokkinokremos: A Late 13th-century B.C. Fortified Settlement in Cyprus, by V. Karageorghis and M. Demas. Nicosia: Published for the Republic of Cyprus by the Department of Antiquities, 1984.
Detective Work That Leaves No Footprints
by Robert Lee Hotz in Los Angeles Times, Thursday, November 16, 1995, pp. A1, A26, A27.
"Getty researchers are preserving an ancient African trail by reburying it. They are battling erosion, vandals - and controversy."
Since 1993 the Getty Conservation Institute has been working, at the request of the Tanzanian department of antiquities, to unearth, document and preserve the 3.6 million year old Laetoli footprints. Made of volcanic ash, the fragile footprints were being subjected to seasonal rains, disruption by plant roots, and were in possible danger of vandalism.
The Getty team, under the supervision of Martha Demas, has documented the site, created a digital map of the area, made more accurate casts of the prints, and then has re-buried the footprints. The burial consisted of two inches of sand, a layer of a special cloth designed to absorb water without allowing erosion, a distinctive layer of gray soil used as a marker for the site, another layer of sand, a sheet of woven fabric that has an herbicide incorporated into the cloth that is designed to leach out over the next eighty years, more soil, another sheet of material to block roots, a nylon sheet to retard erosion, and a final layer of soil.
Controversy lies in whether the footprints should eventually be taken from their original site and displayed and preserved in a museum. They are considered by some as being too fragile to move yet others believe that to leave them in the remote and unprotected location means that they will eventually succumb to the elements.
"Preserving the Laetoli Footprints" in Scientific American, September 1998
by Neville Agnew and Martha Demas
The 3,600,000-year-old footprints found 20 years ago in the Laetoli area of northern Tanzania vividly evoked how early human ancestors may have lived. To protect those tracks, scientists have now painstakingly reburied them. The authors, who led the conservation project, explain why and how it was done. In addition, with anthropologist Ian Tattersall and artist Jay H. Matternes, they describe how views of the footprint makers have changed.
Dianne L. Creasy 1983
The development of the formal gothic script in Spain : Toledo, S. XII-XIII
See also 'Beinecke Library, Yale University. An unpublished Vitae sanctorum,'
Stud. in honor of C. R. Trahman : 13-24. - 1984
Janice J. Gabbert 1982 Wright State University
The Greek Hegemony of Antigonos II Gonatas (r. 283-239 B.C.)
See also Antigonus II Gonatas London ; New York, 1997; 'Piracy in the early Hellenistic period. A career open to talents,' G&R 1986 XXXIII : 156-163; 'The anarchic dating of the Chremonidean war,' CJ 1987 LXXXII : 230-235; 'Pragmatic democracy in Hellenistic Athens,' AncW 1986 XIII : 29-33; 'The language of citizenship in Antigonid Macedonia,' AHB 1988 II : 10-11; 'The career of Olympiodorus of Athens (ca. 340-270 B.C.),' AncW 1996 27 (1) : 59-66.
Julie L. Bentz 1982 Attorney-at-law. Jenner and Block: Chicago.
"Pottery at Ancient Corinth from Mid-sixth to Mid-fifth Century B.C."
Brent W. Sinclair 1980 Smith College
Valerius Maximus and the evolution of silver Latin
See also 'Thucydides, the Prognostika and Lucretius. A note on De rerum natura 6,1195,' Studies McGregor : 145-152. 1981; 'Vergil's sacrum poema in Macrobius' Saturnalia,'Maia 1982 XXXIV : 261-263; 'Encolpius and Asianism (Satyricon 2.7),' Stud. in honor of C. R. Trahman: 231-237. 1984; 'Declamatory sententiae in Valerius Maximus,' Prometheus 1984 X : 141-146.
Victoria Pedrick 1980 Georgetown University
Situational observation in the ransom scenes of the Iliad : a study in techniques of characterization
See also 'Supplication in the Iliad and the Odyssey,' TAPhA 1982 CXII : 125-140; 'The paradigmatic nature of Nestor's speech in Iliad 11,' TAPhA1983 CXIII : 55-68; 'Qui potis est, inquis ? Audience roles in Catullus,'Arethusa 1986 XIX : 187-209; Introduction (with N. Rabinowitz) inArethusa 1986 XIX : 105-114; 'The hospitality of noble women in the Odyssey,' Helios 1988 XV : 85-101; 'Comites Catulli. The hostile audience in Catullus,' AAPhA 1989 : 145; 'The Muse corrects : the opening of the Odyssey,' YClS 1992 XXIX : 39-62; 'The abusive address and the audience in Catullan poems,' Helios 1993 20 : 173-196; 'Reading in the middle voice,' Helios 1994 21 : 75-96.
Daniel B. Levine 1980 University of Arkansas
"Geloi ekthanon" : laughter and the demise of the suitors
See also 'Odyssey 18. Iros as a paradigm for the suitors,' CJ 1982 LXXVII : 200-204; 'Homeric laughter and the unsmiling suitors,' CJ 1982 LXXVII : 97-104; 'Penelope's laugh. Odyssey 18.163,' AJPh 1983 CIV : 172-178; 'Theoklymenos and the apocalypse,' CJ 1983 LXXIX : 1-7; 'Odysseus smiles. Odyssey 20.301, 22.371, 23.111,' TAPhA 1984 CXIV : 1-9; 'Counterfeit man,' Stud. in honor of C. R. Trahman : 125-137. 1984; 'Symposium and the polis.' Theognis of Megara : 176-196. 1985; 'Lysistrata and Bacchae. Structure, genre, and women on top,' Helios 1987 LIV : 29-38; 'Flens matrona et meretrices gaudentes,' CW 1987 LXXXI : 23-27;'Acorns and primitive life in Greek and Latin literature,' CML 1988-1989 IX : 87-95; 'The Pillars of Herakles. Hierophany, sacred space, and the center of the world,' AAPhA 1989 : 32; 'Lucian, True History 2. 26 reconsidered : lust and punishment,' Helios 1991 XVIII : 31-33; 'Hubris in Josephus' Jewish Antiquities 1-4,' HebrUCA 1993 64 : 51-87. 2005 Book Chapter: "EPATON BAMA: ('Her Lovely Footstep'): The Erotics of Feet in Ancient Greece" Chapter 3 in Body Language in the Greek and Roman Worlds (Classical Press of Wales) ed. Douglas L. Cairns, 55-72. 2003 Article: "Sophocles' Philoctetes and Odyssey 9: Odysseus vs. the Cave Man." Scholia: Studies in Classical Antiquity 12 (2003) 3-26. 2002 Article: "Poetic Justice: Homer's Death in the Ancient Biographical Tradition." The Classical Journal 98.2 (2002/03) 141-160.
Anne Leen 1980 Furman University
Didactic uses of rhetoric in Lucretius
See also 'The rhetorical value of the similes in Lucretius,' Stud. in honor of C. R. Trahman : 107-123. 1984; 'Cicero and the rhetoric of art,' AJPh 1991 CXII : 229-245.
Christopher Powell Frost 1980 University of North Carolina, Greensboro
The Euripidean recognition : a study in dramatic form
See also 'Propertius 3. 3. 45-46 : don't go near the water,' AJPh 1991 CXII : 251-259.
James Franklin Morris 1978 College of Charleston
A typological study of divine nocturnal visitations in the Odyssey : 786- 2, 481- 48, 518- 56, and 600- 91
See also 'Dream scenes in Homer, a study in variation,' TAPhA 1983 CXIII : 39-54.
Steliou Andreou 1978 University of Thessaloniki
"Pottery Groups of the Old Palace Period in Crete"
See also "Prokatarktikes paratirisis stis arhitektonikes fasis tu ikizmu tis Toumbas Thessalonikis," To arheoloyiko ergo sti Makedonia ke Thraki 3 (1989) 201-213.
Carol Winder Zerner 1978 American School of Classical Studies
"The Beginning of the Middle Helladic Period at Lerna"
See alsoWace and Blegen: Pottery as evidence for Trade in the Aegean Bronze Age, 1939-1989: Proceedings of the International Conference Held at the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, December 2-3, 1989, edited by Carol Zerner, with Peter Zerner and John Winder.
Jack L. Davis 1977 University of Cincinnati
"Fortifications at Ayia Irini, Keos: Evidence for History and Relative Chronology"
See also Landscape Archaeology as Long-Term History: Northern Keos in the Cycladic Islands, by J.F. Cherry, J.L. Davis, and E. Mantzourani. Los Angeles: Institute of Archaeology, 1991.
Gloria Pinney 1976 Harvard University
"Prolegomena to a Study of Archaic Attic Red-figure"
See also G. Ferrari (Pinney), I vasi attici a figure rosse del periodo arcaico. Roma : G. Bretschneider, 1988. [Materiali del Museo archeologico nazionale di Tarquinia 11. Archaeologica 73].
Barbara Ann Shailor 1975 Yale University
The scriptorium of San Pedro de Berlangas
See also 'Corrections and additions to the catalogue of Visigothic manuscripts,' Scriptorium 1978 XXXII : 310-312; (with D. L. Creasy 'An unpublished Vitae sanctorum,' Stud. in honor of C. R. Trahman : 13-24. 1984; Catalogue of medieval and Renaissance manuscripts in the Beinecke rare book and manuscript library Yale University, I 1984, II 1987; The medieval book. Catalogue of an exhibition at the Beinecke Rare Book and Manuscript Library, Yale University, 1988.
Donald Eugene Martin 1975 Rockford College
Studies in the editing of Latin classical authors in the Late Roman Empire
Charles James Lowry 1975
The influence of Quintilian on the historical works of Tacitus
Sherrilyn Rowan Martin 1975
The Greek tragedians and the Aethiopis
Norman Williams Merrill 1975 Berkshire School
Cicero and Early Roman Invective
Ekaterini Synodinou 1974 Professor Emerita of Ancient Greek Literature at the University of Ioannina
On the Concept of Slavery in Euripides
Ian McPhee 1973 LaTrobe University
"Attic Vase-painters of the Late 5th century B.C."
See also Greek Red-figured Fish-plates, by Ian McPhee and A.D. Trendall. Basel: Vereinigung der Freunde antiker Kunst, 1987. [Antike Kunst. Beihefte 14]
John G. Younger 1973 University of Kansas
"Towards the Chronology of Aegean Glyptic in the Late Bronze Age"
See also The Iconography of Late Minoan and Mycenaean Sealstones and Finger Rings. Bedminster, Bristol: Bristol Classical Press, 1988.
Giannes Th. Malakases 1973 University of Ioannina, Greece
France as a protecting power in Greece
James Sherman Ruebel 1972 Iowa State University
The political development of Cato Censorius: the man and the image
See also Caesar and the crisis of Roman aristocracy (1994),Metamorphoses I (2000).
Leslie Elizabeth Preston 1972
House F: A Building of the Late Bronze Age at Ayia Irini on Keos
See also Geraldine C. Gesell, Leslie Preston Day, and William D.E. Coulson, "Excavations at Kavousi, Crete, 1989 and 1990," Hesperia 64 (1995) 67-120.
Cecelia Eaton Luschnig 1972 University of Idaho
The logos-ergon conflict: a study of Euripidean tragedy
See also An introduction to ancient Greek: a literary approach (1973, 1975);Etyma: an introduction into vocabulary-huilding from Latin and Greek(1982); Etymidion (1994); The Gorgon's severed head: studies in Alcestis, Electra, and Phoenissae (1995); Time holds the mirror: a study of knowledge in Euripides' Hippolytus (1988). Tragic aporia: a study of Euripides' Iphigenia at Aulis (1988).
Joan Tarlow Haldenstein 1972
Little Master Cups: Studies in 6th Century Attic Black-Figure Vase Painting
Eva Marie Stehle 1971 University of Maryland
The unity of physics and ethics in Lucretius
See also Sappho's Gaze: Fantasies of a Goddess and Young Man(1996),Women looking at Women: Women's ritual and temple sculpture (1996);Romantic sensuality, poetic sense: a response to Hallett on Sappho (1996);A Bard of the iron age and his auxiliary Muse (2001); The good daughter: Mothers' tutelage in Erinna's Distaff and fourth-century epitaphs (2001).
Karen Lauter Feinberg 1971
The survival of Latin identity under Roman domination
A. J. Heisserer 1971 University of Oklahoma
Alexander and the Greek exiles
See also Alexander the Great and the Greeks: The epigraphic evidence(1980); Classical antiquities: the collection of the Stovall Museum (1986).
Jeffrey H. Kaimowitz 1970
Studies in Imagery in Selected Plays of Plautus
See also Odes of Horace (Johns Hopkins, 2008)
Neil John Hackett, Jr 1970
The Third Sacred War
Sophocles Stylianos Markianos 1970, former Headmaster, Athens College, Greece
Biographical discrepancies in the Solonian tradition
See also Hermeneutike kai methoddologike prosengise ton keimenon tes archaias hellenikes grammateias (1978); Ho archaios kosmos: anatolikoilaoi kai Hellada hwos to 323 p. Ch. (1982), Ho archaios kosmos: hellenistikoi chronoi, Rome (1985).
Elizabeth Tucker Blackburn 1970 University of Cincinnati
Middle Helladic Graves and Burial Customs
Daniel Edward Pilarczyk 1969
Hominum vultus in Tacitus
See also Prepositinus Cremonensis in Summa theological lib. IV (1964).
Tadeusz Maslowski 1969 University of Colorado, Boulder
Lucretius and Cicero
See also Teubner for Cicero's speeches, cum Senatui gratius egit et cet.(1981); Teubner for Cicero's Oratio pro P. Sestio (1986); Teubner for Cicero,Orationes, in P. Vatinium testem, pro M. Caelio (1995).
Patrick Edward Kehoe 1969 Wichita State University
Studies in the Roman mime
Alfred Ernst Osborne 1969 (Episcopal priest)
Tatian's Discourse to the Greeks; a literary analysis and essay in interpretation
Thomas McEvilley 1968 University of St. Thomas
Imagination and reality in Sappho
See also The shape of ancient thought: comparative studies in Greek and Indian philosophies (2002).
Robert Edward Gaebel 1968 University of Akron
A study of the Greek word-lists to Vergil's Aeneid appearing in Latin literary papyri
See also Cavalry operations in the ancient Greek world (2002).
David Forbes Bright 1967 Emory University
The origins of the Latin uncial script
See also Classical texts and their traditions : studies in honor of C.R. Trahman (ed. with E. Ramage, 1984); Elaborate disarray, the nature of Statius' Silvae (1980); Haec mihi fingebam : Tibullus in his world (1978);Intellectual Continuity in Vandal North Africa (1994); The miniature epic in Vandal Africa (1987).
Elizabeth C. Banks 1967 University of Kansas
"The Early and Middle Helladic Small Objects from Lerna"
See also "Neolithic Tangas from Lerna," Hesperia 46 (1977) 324-339.
John E. Coleman 1967 Cornell University
"Kephala in Keos"
See also Kephala : A Late Neolithic Settlement and Cemetery. Princeton, N.J. : American School of Classical Studies, 1977.
Mildred Fisher Smith 1966
Comparative studies in Latin poetry: cave and grove
Anthony Damico 1966
Otium: Roman views on the proper use of leisure
Donald Vernon Sippel 1966
Rhodes and the Nesiotic league
Donald Rankin Laing 1965 Case Western Reserve University
A new interpretation of the Athenian naval catalogue, IG II2, 1951
Richard Eugene Mitchell 1965 University of Illinois
Rome's southern expansion and the introduction of coinage
See also Demands for Land Redistribution and Debt Reduction in the Roman Republic (1995), Patricians and plebeians: the origin of the Roman state (1990).
Elizabeth Schofield 1965 University of Cincinnati
"Aegean Pottery from Late Bronze Age Houses at Ayia Irini in Keos"
See also Ayia Irini: House A, by W. Willson Cummer and Elizabeth Schofield. Mainz on Rhine: Philipp von Zabern, 1984.
John Roger Shriver 1964
Documents from the Persian Wars
Elizabeth Rottenburger 1964
Gerbert and the classics
Robin Rudolf Schlunk 1964 University of Vermont
The Homeric scholia and the Aeneid: a contribution to the comparative study of Homer and Vergil
See also English etymology (1974); The Homeric scholia and the Aeneid: a study of the influence of ancient Homeric literary criticism (Michigan, 1974);Questiones Homericae (1993).
Conrad M. Rothrauff 1964 State University of New York
The philanthropia of the emperor Julian
John C. Overbeck 1963 State University of New York at Albany
"A Study of Early Helladic Architecture"
See also Ayia Irini : Period IV. Mainz on Rhine: P. von Zabern, 1989-
William P. Donovan 1961 Macalester College
A Study of Early Helladic Pottery with Painted Decoration
Edwin S. Ramage 1957 Indiana University
Urbanitas, rusticitas, peregrinitas: the Roman view of proper Latin
See also Urbanitas: ancient sophistication and refinement (1973); Roman satirists and their satire; the fine art of criticism in ancient Rome (1974);Atlantis, fact or fiction? (ed., 1978); Classical texts and their traditions: studies in the honor of C. R. Trahman (ed. with D. Bright); The nature and purpose of Augustus' Res gestae (1987).
Robert John Buck 1956 University of Alberta
Middle Helladic Mattpainted Pottery
See also: The excavations of San Giovanni di Ruoti. University of Toronto Press, 1994-
Robert Joseph Lenardon 1954 The Ohio State University
Studies in the life of Themistokles
See also Classical Mythology (with M. Morford, 1985 with many reprints and revised editions); The Saga of Themistokles (1978).
Anne Evelyn Kingsbury 1952
The historical Scholia to Aristophanes: an evaluation
Ruth E. Allen 1951
The mutilation of the Herms. A study in Athenian politics
Hugh Hamlin Davis 1950
The twin invectives of pseudo-Cicero, Non est amplius tempus ocii and pseudo-Catiline, Si subtiliter a circumstantibus.
Charles H. Reeves 1947 Case Western Reserve University
Studies in the technical terminology of the Poetics of Aristotle
See also On the contracts of merchants (1966).
Donald William Bradeen 1947 University of Cincinnati (deceased 1973)
A history of Chalkis to 338 B.C.
See also The Chalcidians in Thrace (1952), The Lelantine war and Pheidon of Argos (1947), The popularity of the Athenian empire (1960), Relations between Rome and Carthage to 265 B.C. (1943), Roman citizenship per magistratum (1959), Studies in fifth-century Attic epigraphy(1973), The trittyes in Cleisthenes' reforms (1955), Inscriptions: the funerary monuments (1974), PHOROS: tribute to Benjamin Dean Meritt (with M. F. McGregor, 1974); Sparta and Persia (1977)..
Emmett L. Bennett Jr. 1947 University of Wisconsin
"The Minoan Linear Script from Pylos"
See also The Knossos Tablets: A Revised Transliteration of All the Texts in Mycenaean Greek Recoverable from Evans' Excavations of 1900-1904, by Emmett L. Bennett, Jr., John Chadwick, and Michael Ventris, 2d ed. with corrections and additions by John Chadwick with the assistance of Fred W. Householder, Jr. University of London: Institute of Classical Studies, 1959.
James Hilton Turner 1944
Studies in the history of Roman public bath
Stuart G.P. Small 1942 Northwestern University
The epigrams of Marcus Argentarius; introduction, revised text, commentary
See also Marcus Argentarius: a poet of the Greek Anthology (Yale, 1951);Catullus, a reader's guide to the poems (1983).
Carl Richard Trahman 1942 University of Cincinnati John Miller Burnam Professor of Latin and Romance Palaeography (deceased 2001)
The Latin language and literature in the Greek world
See also Classical texts and their traditions: studies in honor of C. R. Trahman (ed. D. Bright and E. Ramage, 1984).
Eugene William Schweigert 1940
Studies in select new documents from the Athenian Agora
Elizabeth Gwyn Caskey 1939 Randolph Macon Woman's College
Democritus and Plato: a comparison of the function of the forms in their philosophies
See also The earliest Settlements at Eutresis (with John L. Caskey), 1960.
John L. Caskey 1939 University of Cincinnati
"House VI F: A Building of the Sixth Settlement at Troy"
See also Troy : Excavations Conducted by the University of Cincinnati, 1932-1938, edited by Carl W. Blegen with the collaboration of John L. Caskey and Marion Rawson.
Dorothy Stephans 1939
Critias, life and literary remains
Cedric Gordon Boulter 1939 University of Cincinnati
The Providence Painter: A Study of Attic Red-figured Pottery
See also: Corpus vasorum antiquorum. [United States of America]. The Toledo Museum of Art. Toledo Museum of Art, c1976.
Malcolm Francis McGregor 1937 University of British Columbia
Kleon and the Athenian calendar
See also The Last compaign of Kleon and the Athenian calendar in 422/1 B.C. (1938), The Politics of the historian Thucydides (1956), Athenian policy, at home and abroad (1967); PHOROS: tribute to Benjamin Dean Meritt (1974); Studies in fifth-century Attic epigraphy (1973), The Athenians and their empire (1987) Classical contributions: studies in honour of Malcolm Francis McGregor, ed. Shrimpton and McCargar, 1981.
Jerome Sperling 1937 American School of Classical Studies at Athens
See also "Kum Tepe in the Troad. Trial Excavation, 1934," Hesperia 45 (1976) 305-364.
Sister Agnes de Sales Molyneux 1934
The manuscript tradition of the Commentariolum petitionis of Q. Cicero