Table of Contents

PHOENIX LXXIII: 1-2 (Spring-Summer/printemps-été 2019) 


  • Flying too Close to the Sun: Dramatic Illusion and Theatrical Failure in Aristophanes' Peace  Naomi Scott
  • Initiatory Paradigms and the Ending of Sophocles' Electra  Adriana Brook

  • Disidentifying with fides in Propertius 2.9 and 2.29  Melanie Racette-Campbell

  • A New Chronology for Seleucus Nicator's Wars from 311 to 308 BC  John E. McTavish

  • The Course of Pharnakes II's Pontic and Bosporan Campaigns in 48/47 BC Altay Coskun

  • Lictoresque habent in urbe et Capitolio privati: Promagistrates in Rome in 49 BC Roman M. Frolov

  • From Iberians to Romans: The Latinization of Iberian Onomastics through Latin Epigraphic Evidence  Noemí Moncunill

  • Athena at Corinth: Revisiting the Identification of the Temple of Apollo Angela Ziskowski



  • Some Reflections on Constantine, Dalmatius Caesar, and CI 5.17.7 Moysés Marcos



  • Casey DuéAchilles Unbound: Multiformity and Tradition in the Homeric Epics by Jonathan Burgess
  • Henry SpelmanPindar and the Poetics of Permanence by Claas Lattmann
  • Adriana BrookTragic Rites: Narrative and Ritual in Sophoclean Drama by Markus Dubischar
  • Arnold BärtschiTitanen, Giganten und Riesen im antiken Epos: Eineliteraturtheoretische Neuinterpretation by Silvio Bär
  • Christer Henriksén: A Companion to Ancient Epigram by Ivana Petrovic
  • Maria Kanellou, Ivana Petrovic, and Chris Carey (eds.)Greek Epigram from the Hellenistic to the Early Byzantine Era by Evina Sistakou
  • Vincent AzoulayXenophon and the Graces of Power: A Greek Guide to Political Manipulation by Carol Atack
  • Andrew Erskine, Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones, and Shane Wallace (eds.)The Hellenistic Court: Monarchic Power and Elite Society from Alexander to Cleopatra by Stefano Caneva
  • Anthony KaldellisRomanland: Ethnicity and Empire in Byzantium by Christos Malatras
  • Diana SpencerLanguage and Authority in De lingua Latina: Varro's Guide to Being Roman by Grant Nelsestuen
  • Stephanie Ann Frampton: Empire of Letters: Writing in Roman Literature and Thought from Lucretius to Ovid by Emilia Barbiero
  • Helge BaumannDas Epos im Blick: Intertextualität und Rollenkonstruktionen in Martials Epigrammen und Statius' "Silvae" by Gottfried Eugen Kreuz
  • P. A. Rosenmeyer: The Language of Ruins: Greek and Latin Inscriptions on the Memnon Colossus by Lucia Floridi
  • Michèle Biraud and Arnaud Zucker (eds.)The Letters of Alciphron: A Unified Literary Work?  by Emelen Leonard
  • Daniel King: Experiencing Pain in Imperial Greek Culture by Georgia Petridou
  • Roberta Berardi, Nicoletta Bruno, and Luisa Fizzarotti (eds.): On the Track of the Books: Scribes, Libraries and Textual Transmission by Cillian O'Hogan
  • Caillan DavenportA History of the Roman Equestrian Order by Seth Bernard
  • Andrew Wilson and Alan Bowman (eds.)Trade, Commerce, and the State in the Roman World by Colin P. Elliott