Current Reviews



HISTOS 9 (2015)





JESSICA H. CLARK, Ennius and the Architecture of the Annales (on J. Elliott, Ennius and the Architecture of the Annales), February 2015





EMMA NICHOLSON, A New Edited Volume on Polybius (on V. Grieb and C. Koehn, eds., Polybios und seine Historien), February 2015


JEAN-MICHEL HULLS, Hannibal in Flavian Rome (on C. Stocks, The Roman Hannibal. Remembering the Enemy in Silius Italicus’ Punica), March 2015


LIVIA CAPPONI, Josephus in Rome (on W. den Hollander, Josephus, the Emperors, and the City of Rome), March 2015


CHRISTOPHER BARON, Motives in Herodotus (on S. Froehlich, Handlungsmotive bei Herodot), March 2015


ANTONY J. S. SPAWFORTH, Alexander Enlightened (on P. Briant, Alexandre des Lumières. Fragments d’histoire européenne), March 2015


LINDA WIMMER, The Fate of the Dead in The Passion of Perpetua (on E. Gonzalez, The Fate of the Dead in Early Third Century North African Christianity: The Passion of Perpetua and Felicitas and Tertullian), March 2015


MYLES LAVAN, The New Green-and-Yellow of Agricola (on A. J. Woodman, ed., with Christina S. Kraus, Tacitus: Agricola), March 2015


CHRISTOPHER WHITTON, Senatorial Identity in Tacitus and Pliny (on J. M. Geisthardt, Zwischen Princeps und Res Publica. Tacitus, Plinius und die senatorische Selbstdarstellung in der Hohen Kaiserzeit), March 2015



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