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  • Josèphe-Henriette Abry, 'Manilius and Aratus: two Stoic poets on stars', 6.1 (2007)

  • William S. Anderson, 'Terence and the Roman rhetorical use of the Andria', 3.2 (2003/04)

  • Colin Austin and S. Douglas Olson, 'On the date and plot of Aristophanes' lost Thesmophoriazusae II', 3.5 (2003/04)

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  • Han Baltussen, 'Addenda Eudemea', 5.1 (2006)

  • Elton Barker and Joel P. Christensen, 'Oedipus of many pains: strategies of contest in the Homeric poems', 7.2 (2008)

  • Elton Barker et al., 'Mapping an ancient historian in a digital age: the Herodotus Encoded Space-Text-Image Archive (HESTIA)' 9.1 (2010)

  • Peter G.McC. Brown, 'Soldiers in New Comedy: insiders and outsiders', 3.8 (2003/04)

  • J.L. Butrica, 'The date of Aristophanes’ lost Thesmophoriazusae: a response to Austin and Olson', 3.7 (2003/04)

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  • Gordon Campbell, 'Lucretius 5.1011-27: the origins of justice and the Prisoner's Dilemma', 1.3 (2002)

  • Gordon Campbell, Lucretius and the memes of prehistory', Discussion Paper 1 (2002)

  • Gordon Campbell, Gordon Campbell, '"And bright was the flame of their friendship" (Empedocles B130): humans, animals, justice, and friendship, in Lucretius and Empedocles', 7.4 (2008)

  • Elton T.E. Barker and Joel P. Christensen, 'Oedipus of many pains: strategies of contest in the Homeric poems', 7.2 (2008)

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  • Mary English, 'The evolution of Aristophanic stagecraft', 4.3 (2005)

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  • Marco Fantuzzi, 'Pastoral love and "elegiac" love, from Greece to Rome', 2.3 (2003)

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  • Myrto Garani, 'Revisiting Tarpeia’s myth in Propertius (IV, 4)', 10.3 (2011)

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  • Richard Elfyn Jones, 'Some Platonic implications of Whitehead's concept of God', 6.3 (2007)

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  • Foivos-Spyridon Karachalios, 'Aristophanes’ lost Thesmophoriazusae revisited: on the date and plot', 5.2 (2006)

  • Stratis Kyriakidis, 'Heroides 20 and 21: motion and emotions', 9.2 (2010)

  • Stratis Kyriakidis, 'Ovid’s Metamorphoses: the text before and after', 11.1 (2013)
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  • Eckard Lefèvre, 'Asides in New Comedy and the Palliata', 3.3 (2003/04)

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  • Fiona McHardy, 'The "trial by water" in Greek myth and literature', 7.1 (2008)

  • Charilaos N. Michalopoulos, 'Feminine speech in Roman love elegy: Prop. 1.3', 10.4 (2011)
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  • Colin Austin and S. Douglas Olson, 'On the date and plot of Aristophanes' lost Thesmophoriazusae II', 3.5 (2003/04)

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  • E.E. Pender, 'Sappho and Anacreon in Plato's Phaedrus', 6.4 (2007)

  • E.E. Pender, '"Perforated right through": why Plato borrows Empedocles' klepsydra', 11.2 (2013)
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  • Hanna M. Roisman, 'Teiresias, the seer of Oedipus the King: Sophocles' and Seneca's versions', 2.5 (2003)

  • F.X. Ryan, 'Pacatus on the mnemonic capabilities of republican political figures', 8.1 (2009)

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