Recent Publications

2016

  • Erich Gruen. 2016. "Josephus and Jewish Ethnicity." In Sibyls, Sacrifices, and Scrolls, edited by J. Baden, H. Najman, and E. Tigchelaar, 489-508. Brill.
  • Duncan MacRae. 2016. Legible Religion: Books, Gods, and Rituals in Roman Culture. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
  • Erich Gruen. 2016. "When is a Revolt Not a Revolt? A Case for Contingency." In Revolt and Resistance in the Ancient Classical World & the Near East, edited by J.J. Collins and J.G. Manning, 10-37. Brill.
  • Caroline Cheung. 2016. "P.Oxy. 5268. Strabo, Geographica 1.2.31." In The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXXI, edited by J.H. Brusuelas and C. Meccarielle, 60-62. London: Eygpt Exploration Society.
  • Erich Gruen. 2016. "Synagogues and Voluntary Associations as Institutional Models." Journal of the Jesus Movement in its Jewish Setting, online: 6 pp.
  • Erich Gruen. 2016. The Construct of Identity in Hellenistic Judaism. De Gruyter.
  • Susanna Elm. 2016. "The Letter Collection of the Emperor Julian." In Collected Epistolography in Late Antiquity, edited by E. Watts et al., 54-68.
  • Erich Gruen. 2016. "The Hasmoneans in Josephus." In A Companion to Josephus, edited by H. Chapman and Z. Rodgers, 222-234.
  • Erich Gruen. 2016. "Response to the Main Papers." In The Seleucid and Hasmonean Periods and the Apocalyptic Worldview,  edited by L.L. Grabbe and G. Boccaccini, 131-43.
  • Rita Lucarelli. "Ancient Egyptian Demons: The Evidence of the Magical and Funerary Papyri of the New Kingdom and of the Third Intermediate Period." In Proceedings of the Tenth International Congress of Egyptologists, edited by P. Kousoulis and N. Lazaridis, 1187-1194.
  • Duncan MacRae. 2016. Legible ReligionBooks, Gods, and Rituals in Roman Culture.
  • Carlos Noreña. "Ritual and memory: Hellenistic ruler cults in the Roman empire." In Cultural Memories in the Roman Empire, K. Galinsky, 86-100.
  • Carlos Noreña. "Heritage and Homogeneity: Hellenistic Ruler Cults in the Roman Empire." In Beyond BoundariesConnecting Visual Cultures in the Provinces of Ancient Rome, edited by S. Alcock et al., 294-306.
  • Lisa Pieraccini. "Etruscan Wall Painting: Insights, Innovations, and Legacy." In A Companion to the Etruscans, edited by S. Bell and A. Carpino, 247-260.
  • Lisa Pieraccini (co-ed. with N. de Grummond). 2016. Cities of the EtruscansCaere.
  • Lisa Pieraccini. 2016. "Sacred Serpent Symbols: The Bearded Snakes of Etruria." Journal of Ancient Egyptian Interconnections 10, 92-102.
  • Benjamin Porter (co-author). 2016. "Newly Documented Domestic Architecture at Iron Age Busayra (Jordan): Preliminary Results from a Geophysical Survey." Antiquity Project Gallery.
  • Benjamin Porter (co-author). 2016. "Crop Storage and Animal Husbandry at Early Iron Age Khirbat al-Mudayna al-'Aliya (Jordan): A Palaeoethnobotanical Approach." Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research 69, 27-89.
  • Benjamin Porter. 2016. "Assembling the Iron Age Levant: The Archaeology of Communities, Polities, and Imperial Peripheries." Journal of Archaeological Research.
  • Andrew Stewart. 2016. "The Nike of Samothrace: Another View." American Journal of Archaeology 120.3, 399-410.
  • Andrew Stewart. 2016. "The Borghese Ares Revisited: New Evidence from the Agora and a Reconstruction of the Augustan Cult Group in the Temple of Ares." Hesperia 85, 577-625.

2015

  • Diliana AngelovaSacred FoundersWomen, Men, and Gods in the Discourse of Imperial Founding, Rome through Early Byzantium (2015)
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas (co-editor with A.P.Matthaiou). 2015. ΑΞΩΝ: Studies in Honor of Ronald S. Stroud Athens: Greek Epigraphical Society.
  • Daniel Boyarin, A Traveling Homeland: The Talmud as Diaspora (2015). Philadelphia: University of Pennsylvania Press.
  • Diliana Angelova, Sacred Founders: Women, Men, and Gods in the Discourse of Imperial Founding, Rome through Early Byzantium (2015). Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Daniel BoyarinA Traveling HomelandThe Talmud as Diaspora (2015).
  • Daniel Boyarin, "Friends without benefits: or, academic love," in M. Masterson et al. (eds.), Sex in Antiquity (2015), 517-535.
  • Aaron Brody, "Living in households, constructing identities: ethnicity, boundaries, and empire in Iron IIB-IIC Tell en-Nasbeh," in M. Müller (ed.), Household Studies in Complex Societies(Micro) Archaeological and Textual Approaches (2015), 298-305.
  • Susanna Elm, "When Augustine spoke of Babylon, what did he see?" in B. Vinken (ed.), Translatio BabylonisUnsere orientalische Moderne (2015), 29-42.
  • Susanna Elm, "Con/discordia (Prudentius)," in J. Kasper and C. Wild (eds.), Rom rückwärts:Europäische Übertragungsschicksale von Lucan bis Lacan (2015), 47-55.
  • Susanna Elm, "Gregory of Nazianzus: Mediation between Individual and Community," in E. Rebillard and J. Rüpke (eds.), Group Identity and Religious Individuality in Late Antiquity (2015), 89-107.
  • Susanna Elm, "Autobiography as Apology -- an Episcopal Genre? Emperor Julian, Gregory of Nazianzus, Augustine of Hippo," in J. Stenger (ed.), Spätantike Konzeptionen von Literatur (2015), 41-56.
  • Erich Gruen, "The Jews of Rome under Nero," in A. Puig i Tarrach et al. (eds.), The Last Years of Paul (2015), 91-109.
  • Erich Gruen, "The twisted tales of Artapanus: Biblical rewritings and Biblical narrative," in I. Ramelli and J. Perkins (eds.), Early Christian and Jewish Narrative: The Role of Religion in Shaping Narrative Forms (2015), 31-44.
  • Christopher Hallett, "Troilus and Achilles: a monumental statue group from Aphrodisias," with R. R. R. Smith, Journal of Roman Studies 105 (2015), 124-82.
  • Susanna ElmDie Braut ChristiFamilienformen in Europa, co-ed. with B. Vinken (2015).
  • Susanna Elm, "Braut Christi: Familienformen im Spiegel der sponsa," in Die Braut Christi (2015), 7-23.
  • Susanna Elm, "Die sponsa Christi und der 'marriage plot' -- eine neue Rolle für Frauen und ihre Entwicklung im spätrömischen Reich," in Die Braut Christi (2015), 25-43.
  • Christopher Hallett, "Looking back: archaic and classical bronzes of the Hellenistic and Roman periods," in K. Lapatin and J. Daehner (eds.), Power and PathosBronze Sculptures of the Hellenistic Period (2015), 126-49.
  • Christopher Hallett, "Defining Roman Art," in B. Borg (ed.), Blackwell Companion to Roman Art (2015), 11-33.
  • Rita Lucarelli, "The inhabitants of the fourteenth hill in Spell 149 of the Book of the Dead," in D. Morenz et al. (eds.), Festschrift für die Ägyptologin Ursula Röβler-Köhler zum 65. Geburtstag (2015).
  • Emily Mackil, "The Greek polis and koinon," in A. Monson and W. Scheidel (eds.), Fiscal Regimes and the Political Economy of Premodern States (2015), 469-491.
  • Emily Mackil, "The economics of federation in ancient Greece," in H. Beck and P. Funke (eds.), Federalism in Greek Antiquity (2015), 487-502.
  • Duncan MacRae, "Invitus invitam: A Window Allusion in Suetonius' Titus," Classical Quarterly 65 (2015), 415-18.
  • Ted Peña, "The Pompeii Artifact Life History Project: conceptual basis and results of first three seasons," with C. Cheung, in C. Gambardella (ed.), Heritage and TechnologyMind, Knowledge, ExperienceLe Vie degli Mercanti XIII Forum Internazionale di Studi (2015), 215-23.
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas (co-ed. with A. P. Matthaiou), ΑΞΩΝ: Studies in Honor of Ronald S. Stroud (2015).
  • Carlos Noreña, "Chang'an and Rome: structural parallels and the logics of urban form," in M. Nylan and G. Vankeerberghen (eds.), Chang'an 26 BCE: An Augustan Age in China (2015), 181-203.
  • Carlos Noreña, "Urban systems in the Han and Roman Empires: state power and social control," in W. Scheidel (ed.), State Power in Ancient China and Rome (2015), 181-203.
  • Francesca Rochberg, "Conceiving the history of science forward," in A. Ferraces Rodríguez et al. (eds.), The Frontiers of Ancient ScienceEssays in Honor of Heinrich von Staden (2015), 515-531.
  • Francesca Rochberg, "The Babylonians and the rational: contexts of rational reasoning in cuneiform scribal scholarship," in J. Cale Johnson (ed.), In the Wake of the CompendiaHow Technical Handbooks and Encyclopedia Reshape Early Mesopotamian Empiricism, Science, Technology and Medicine in Ancient Cultures (2015), 209-248.
  • Francesca Rochberg, "Canon and power in cuneiform scribal scholarship," in K. Ryholt and G. Barjamovic (eds.), Problems of Canonicity and Identity Formation in Ancient Egypt and Mesopotamia (2015), 217-229.
  • Martin Schwartz, "On an Achaemenian and Sasania Position: *grastapati-, Old Avestan gre¯hma-, and Proto-Indo-European √ghres*," Arta 2015.005.
  • Kim Shelton, "LH IIIA frescoes from Petsas House, Mycenae: splatters, patterns, and scenes," in Mycenaean Iconography in ContextNew Discoveries and Old Finds Reconsidered (2015), 126-43.
  • Kim Shelton, "Pottery and Petsas House: recent research on LH IIIA 2 Mycenae," in Mycenaeans Up To Date: The Archaeology of the NE Peloponnese (2015), 27-36.
  • Andy Stewart, "Why Bronze?" in K. Lapatin and J. Daehner (eds.), Power and PathosBronze Sculptures of the Hellenistic Period (2015), 34-47.
  • Ruth Tringham, "Becoming archaeological," with M. Ashley, in A. Piccini (ed.), Media Archaeologies Forum: Journal of Contemporary Archaeology 2 (2015), 29-41.
  • Ruth Tringham, "Creating narratives of the past as recombinant histories," in R. van Dyke and R. Bernbeck (eds.), Subjects and Narratives in Archaeology (2015), 27-54.
  • Ruth Tringham, "Dido and the basket: fragments towards a non-linear history," in A. Clarke et al. (eds.), Object StoriesArtifacts and Archaeologists (2015), 161-68.

2014

  • Daniel Boyarin, "Two notes on the 'Jewishness' of the New Testament," Rivista Biblica 4 (2014), 457-69.
  • Daniel Boyarin, "Der Menschensohn in 1. Henoch under 4. Esra: Andere Jüdische Messiasse im 1. Jahrhundert," Berliner Theologische Zeitschrift 31 (2014), 41-63.
  • Aaron BrodyMaterial Cultural MattersEssays on the Archaeology of the Southern Levant in Honor of Seymour Gitin, co-ed. with J. Spencer and B. Mullins (2014).
  • Susanna ElmWer heilt, hat Recht? Medizin, Kunst, Ritus, co-ed. with S. Willich (2014).
  • Susanna Elm, "Heil/Kunst: Galen über die Kunst der Medizin und die Meaning Response," in Elm and Willich (eds.), Wer heilt, hat Recht? (2014), 57-64.
  • Susanna Elm, "Ascetics and monastics in the early fifth century," in M. Maas (ed.), The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Attila (2014), 303-326.
  • Susanna Elm, "Church-festival-temple: reimagining civic topography in late antiquity," in C. Rapp and H. Drake (eds.), The City in the Classical and Post-Classical World (2014), 167-82.
  • Susanna Elm, "Laughter in Christian Polemics," Studia Patristica 74 (2014), 1-8.
  • Susanna Elm, "Neues aus der alten Welt II: Die Spätantike oder der lange Schatten von Edward Gibbon," Merkur 68 (2014), 167-82.
  • Erich Gruen, "Romans and Jews," in J. McInerney (ed.), A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean (2014), 423-436.
  • Erich Gruen, "Nero in the Sibylline Books," Scripta Classica Israelica 23 (2014), 87-98.
  • Erich Gruen, "Roman comedy and the social scene," in M. Fontaine and A. Scafuro (eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Greek and Roman Comedy (2014), 601-14.
  • Robert Knapp, "Local elites, unrest, and subversion in the Roman empire," in A. Caballos Rufino and E. Melchor Gil (eds.), De Roma a las provinciaslas elites como instrumento de proyección de Roma (2014), 419-446.
  • Rita Lucarelli, "Fälschungen für die Toten: gefälschte Papyri des altägyptisches Totenbuch," with M. Müller-Roth, Internet-Beiträge zur Ägyptologie und Sudanarchäologie 15 (2014), 41-50.
  • Emily Mackil, "Ethnos and Koinon," in J. McInerney (ed.), A Companion to Ethnicity in the Ancient Mediterranean (2014), 270-284. 
  • Emily Mackil, "Creating a common polity in Boeotia," in N. Papazarkadas (ed.), The Epigraphy and History of Boeotia (2014), 45-67.
  • Carlos Noreña, "Authority and subjectivity in the Apology," in B. Lee et al. (eds.), Apuleius and Africa (2014), 35-51.
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas (ed.), The Epigraphy and History of BoeotiaNew Finds, New Prospects (2014).
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas, "Two new epigrams from Thebes", in N. Papazarkadas (ed.), The Epigraphy and History of BoeotiaNew Finds, New Prospects (2014), 223-251.
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas, "Athens, Sigeion, and the politics of approbation during the Ionian War," in A. P. Matthaiou and R. K. Pitt (eds.), ΑΘΗΝΑΙΩΝ ΕΠΙΣΚΟΠΟΣ. Studies in honour of Harold B. Mattingly (2014), 215-40.
  • Nikolaos Papazarkadas, "Epigraphy in early modern Greece," Journal of the History of Collections 26 (2014), 399-412.
  • Ted Peña, "Black-gloss ware, North Etrurian red-slip ware, and Italian sigillata from Cetamura del Chianti: composition, provenance, supply, and consumption," with S. Gallimore, HEROM: Journal of Hellenistic and Roman Material Culture 3 (2014), 72-224.
  • Ted Peña, "The Pompeii artifact life history project: conceptual background and first seasons' results," Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta 43 (2014), 297-304.
  • Lisa Pieraccini, "Un brasero de Berkeley et d'autres vases à engobe rouge cérétains," in L. Ambrosini and V. Jolivet (eds.), Les Potiers d'Etrurie et leur mondecontacts, echanges, transferts (2014), 201-07.
  • Lisa Pieraccini, "Greek in subject matter, Etruscan by design: Alcestis and Admetus on an Etruscan red-figure krater," with M. Del Chiaro, in S. Schierup (ed.), The Regional Production in Red-figure PotteryGreece, Magna Graecia, and Etruria (2014), 304-10.
  • Lisa Pieraccini, "Artisans and their lasting impressions: clay stamping and craft connectivity at Caere during the sixth century BCE," Etruscan Studies 17 (2014), 140-153.
  • Lisa Pieraccini, "The ever elusive Etruscan egg," Etruscan Studies 17 (2014), 267-292.
  • Benjamin PorterComplex CommunitiesThe Archaeology of Early Iron Age West-Central Jordan (2014).
  • Benjamin PorterRemembering the Dead in the Ancient Near EastRecent Contributions from Bioarchaeology and Mortuary Archaeology, co-ed. with A. Boutin (2014).
  • Benjamin Porter, "Comemorating disability in early Dilmun: ancient and contemporary tales from the Peter B. Cornwall collection," with A. Boutin, in Porter and Boutin (eds.), Remembering the Dead in the Ancient Near East (2014).
  • Benjamin Porter, "Toward a socionatural reconstruction of the Early Iron Age settlement system in Jordan's Wadi al-Mujib Canyon," in E. Gubel and I. Swinnen (eds.), From Gilead to Edom (2014).
  • Benjamin Porter, "A Late Iron Age I ceramic assemblage from Central Jordan: Integrating form, technology and distribution," with B. Routledge, S. Smith, A. Mullan, and S. Klassen, in N. Mulder et al. (eds.), Exploring the Narrative: Jerusalem and Jordan in the Bronze and Iron Ages (2014), 82-107.
  • Benjamin Porter, "Extensification in a Mediterranean semi-arid marginal zone: an archaeological case study from Early Iron Age Jordan's eastern Karak Plateau," with B. Routledge, E. Simmons, and J. Lev-tov, Journal of Arid Environments 104 (2014), 132-48.
  • Martin Schwartz, "Loterâ'i, Jewish Jargon, Muslim Argot," in H. M. Sarshar (ed.), Jews of Iran (2014), 33-57.
  • Kim Shelton, "Wine, women, and song . . . the LH IIIA 2 Kylix at Petsas House, Mycenae," in D. Nakassis et al. (eds.), KE-RA-ME-JAStudies Presented to Cynthia Shelmerdine (2014).
  • Andrew StewartArt in the Hellenistic World (2014).
  • Andrew StewartSkopas of Paros and his World: Proceedings of the Third International Conference on the Archaeology of Paros and the Cyclades, co-ed. with D. Katsonopoulou (2014).
  • Andrew Stewart, "Desperately seeking Skopas," in Stewart and Katsonopoulou (eds.), Skopas of Paros and his World (2014), 19-34.
  • Andrew Stewart, "Two notes on Greeks bearing arms: the hoplites of Chigi Jug and Gelon's Armed Aphrodite," in T. Hölscher et al. (eds.), Medien der Geschichte in den griechisch-römischen Altertumswissenschaften (2014), 227-43.
  • Andrew Stewart, "Individuality and innovation in Greek sculpture," Humanities Australia 5 (2014), 73-88.
  • David Stronach, "Solomon at Pasargadae: some new perspectives," Bulletin of the Asia Institute 2010 (2014), 1-14.
  • Ronald S. Stroud, "Religion and magic in Roman Corinth," in S. J. Friesen, S. A. James, and D. N. Schowalter (eds.), Corinth in Contrast: Studies in Inequality (2014), 185-202.