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2018Rape, revenge and resurrection in Correr's ProgneClarke, J.
2017Slim pickings and Russian Dolls? Presocratic fragments in peripatetic sources after AristotleBaltussen, J.
2016Philosophers, exegetes, scholars: the ancient philosophical commentary from Plato to SimpliciusBaltussen, J.
2016The Peripatetics. Aristotle's Heirs 322 BCE-200 CEBaltussen, J.
2016Senecan tragedy and the politics of Flavian literatureDavis, P.
2016Freedom of speech in Virgil and OvidDavis, P.
2015Argo's Flavian politics: the workings of power in Valerius FlaccusDavis, P.
2015Seneca's Thyestes and the political tradition in Roman tragedyDavis, P.
2015Statius' Achilleid: The paradoxical epicDavis, P.
2015Strato of Lampsacus as a reader of Plato's Phaedo: His critique of the soul’s immortalityBaltussen, J.
2015A bark worse than his bite? Diogenes the Cynic and the politics of tolerance in AthensBaltussen, H.
2015Simplicius on elements and causes in Greek philosophy: critical appraisal or philosophical synthesis?Baltussen, J.
2015Understanding odours in problemata 12-13: Peripatetic problems concerning the elusive sense of smellBaltussen, J.
2015A lion-bowl and other worked stone objects from Jebel KhalidO'Hea, M.
2015Ancient philosophers on the sense of smellBaltussen, J.N.
2015McCoy, M.B. Wounded Heroes. Vulnerability as a Virtue in Ancient Greek Literature and Philosophy. Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2013. xviii, 228 pp. Pr. £50.00 (hb). ISBN 9780199672783Baltussen, J.N.
2015Nicolaus of Modruš’s De Consolatione (1465-66): A new approach to grief managementBaltussen, J.
2015"Hippocratic" oaths?: A cross-cultural exploration of medical ethics in the ancient worldBaltussen, J.
2014Medea: from epic to tragedyDavis, P.
2014Aristotelian commentary traditionBaltussen, J.