The Temple of Zeus at Nemea, 2012. Photo: Kim Shelton.
Emily Mackil and Nikolaos Papazarkadas (eds.), Greek Epigraphy and Religion: Papers in Memory of Sara B. Aleshire from the Second North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (2020).
Chris Hallett, "Terracota, Antiquarianism, and the 'Archaic Revival' of Early Augustan Rome," in C. M. Draycott et al. (eds.), Vistual Histories: Visual Remains and Histories of the Classical World. Papers in Honour of R. R. R. Smith (2019), 181-203.
Chris Hallett, "Sculpture: Statues, Busts, and Other Villa Furnishings of Bronze and of Marble," in K. Lapatin (ed.), Buried by Vesuvius: The Villa dei Papiri at Herculaneum (2019), 71-97.
Chris Hallett, "Afterword: The Function of Greek Artworks within Roman Visual Culture," in G. Adornato et al. (eds.), Re-staging Greek Artworkds in Roman Times (2019), 275-87.
Rita Lucarelli, "Magic and Religion in Ancient Egypt," in N. Roubekas (ed.), Theorizing 'Religion' in Antiquity (2019), 176-96.
Rita Lucarelli, "Ancient Egyptian Magic Spells in 3D and the Materiality of the Book of the Dead," in E. Cole and A. Mandell (eds.), Materiality of Communication (2019), 137-50.
Duncan MacRae, "Mercury and Materialism: Images of Mercury and the Tabernae of Pompeii," in J. Miller and J. S. Clay (eds.), Tracking Hermes, Pursuing Mercury (2019), 193-208.
Duncan MacRae, "Simon the God: Imagining the Other in Second-Century Christianity," in J. Tolan (ed.), Geneses: A Comparative Study of the Historiographies of the Rise of Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and Islam (2019), 64-86.
Carlos Noreña and Nikolaos Papazarkadas (eds.), From Document to History: Epigraphic Insights into the Greco-Roman World. Second North American Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy (2016). Brill Studies in Greek and Roman Epigraphy (2019).
Carlos Noreña, "Romanization in the Middle of Nowhere: The Case of Segobriga," Fragments 8 (2019), 1-32.
Benjamin Porter, "The Archaeology of Material Culture of Moab and the Moabites," in C. Matthews (ed.), Oxford Bibliographies in Biblical Studies (2019).
Benjamin Porter (with A. Boutin), "The Elders of Early Dilmun: A Bioarchaeological Analysis of Age and Masculinity," in K. Williams and L. Gregoricka (eds.), Mortuary and Bioarchaeological Perspectives on Bronze Age Arabia (2019), 220-39.
Francesca Rochberg, "Anthropology of Science: The Cuneiform World," JNES 78 (2019), 1-19.
Andrew Stewart, "Cultural and Technological Evolution on the Metopes of the Hephaisteion," in O. Palagia and E. Sioumpara (eds.), From Hippias to Kallias: Greek Art in Athens and Beyond 527-449 BC (2019), 134-43.
Andrew Stewart, "An Absolute Chronology of Attic Sculpture, 450-390 BC," in ARISTEAI/Excellence: Studies in Honour of Olga Palagia (2019), 85-102.
Andrew Stewart, "Notes on the Origins and Early Development of the 'Agora of the Kerameikos', In honorem Bert Smith," in C. M. Draycott et al. (eds.), Vistual Histories: Visual Remains and Histories of the Classical World. Papers in Honour of R. R. R. Smith (2019), 299-308.
Andrew Stewart, "Patronage, Compensation, and the Social Status of Sculptors," in O. Palagia (ed.), Handbook of Greek Sculpture (2019), 50-88.
Ron Stroud (with E. Foley), "A Reappraisal of the Athena Promachos Accounts from the Acropolis (IG I.3.435)," Hesperia 88 (2019), 87-153.
Ruth Tringham, "Giving Voices (Without Words) to Prehistorical People: Glimpses into an Archaeologist's Imagination," European Journal of Archaeology 22 (2019), 338-53.
Jan 27, 2021 11:00am
Animals in the Kerma Afterlife: Animal Burials and Ritual at Abu Fatima Cemetery, Sudan: A lecture in the series "New Perspectives on Ancient Nubia"Jan 28, 2021 12:00pm
Feb 2, 2021 6:00pm