Table of Contents

PHOENIX LXXI: 3-4 (Fall-Winter/automne-hiver 2017)


  • A Feast Fit for a Eunuch: Hipponax Frs. 26, 26a and Martial 3.77  Alexander Dale
  • Xenophon’s Democratic Pedagogy  Benjamin McCloskey

  • Either a God or a Wild Beast: Exile, Autonomy, and the Human Condition in Plutarch’s Sertorius  Stephen A. Collins-Elliot

  • Gargoris and Habis: A Tartessic Myth of Ancient Iberia and the Traces of Phoenician Euhemerism  Carolina pez-Ruiz

  • On Aspasia in Plato’s Menexenus  Jan Maximilian Robitzsch

  • Ovid’s Io and the Aetiology of Lament  Lauren Curtis

  • The Manuscripts of Asconius and Pseudo-Asconius  Jarrett Welsh

  • Mutatio Vestis: Clothing and Political Protest in the Late Roman Republic  Aerynn Dighton

  • Connected Communities in Roman Mithraism: Regional Webs from the Apulum Mithraeum III Project (Dacia)  Matthew McCarty, Mariana Egri, Aurel Rustoiu



  • Lynn KozakExperiencing Hektor: Character in the Iliad by Vanda Zajko

  • Andrew Faulkner, Athanassios Vergados, and Andreas Schwab (eds.)The Reception of the Homeric Hymns by Stephen Scully

  • Michael W. HerrenThe Anatomy of Myth: The Art of Interpretation from the Presocratics to the Church Fathers by Radcliffe Edmonds 
  • Matthew SimontonClassical Greek Oligarchy: A Political History by Phillip Harding

  • Albert SchachterBoiotia in Antiquity: Selected Papers by Yannis Kalliontzis

  • Matt WatersCtesias’ Persica and Its Near Eastern Context by Thomas Harrison 

  • Rachel MairsThe Hellenistic Far East: Archaeology, Language, and Identity in Greek Central Asia by Giusto Traina 

  • Charles Edward MuntzDiodorus Siculus and the World of the Late Roman Republic by Iris Sulimani

  • Daniela DueckThe Routledge Companion to Strabo by Benoît Laudenbach 

  • Bill GladhillRethinking Roman Alliance: A Study in Poetics and Society by Basil Dufallo

  • Craige B. Champion: The Peace of the Gods: Elite Religious Practices in the Middle Roman Republic by Meghan DiLuzio

  • Andrew G. JohnstonThe Sons of Remus: Identity in Roman Gaul and Spain by Jonathan Edmondson

  • Philip F. Venticinque: Honor among Thieves: Craftsmen, Merchants, and Associations  in Roman and Late Roman Egypt by John S. Kloppenborg

  • T. V. Franconi (ed.): Fluvial Landscapes in the Roman World by E. Hermon

  • Thomas Faucher, Andrew Meadows, and Catherine LorberEgyptian Hoards 1: The Ptolemies by Louis Brousseau