Archaic Greek history

Le tradizioni letterarie sulle origini degli Etruschi: status quaestionis e qualche considerazione a margine

Le tradizioni letterarie sulle origini degli Etruschi: status quaestionis e qualche considerazione a margine

EAGLL Article: Metrical Laws

EAGLL Article: Metrical Laws

The Laudator and the Laudandus: Pindar and Emphasis

The Laudator and the Laudandus: Pindar and Emphasis

A Paionian[?] Inscription from the Bylazora Acropolis

A Paionian[?] Inscription from the Bylazora Acropolis

Excavations at Tegea in 2009

Excavations at Tegea in 2009

Naukratis as a Contact Zone: Revealing the Lydian Connection

Abstract: The present paper offers a new theory with regard to the Greek presence at Naukratis during the late 7th and the first half of the 6th century BC,…

Athenian and Pseudo-Athenian Coinages. Some Remarks on the Metrological Side of the Issue, in M. Asolati and G. Gorini (eds), I ritrovamenti monetali e i processi inflativi nel mondo antico e medievale (Padova 2008), pp. 11-19.

Athenian and Pseudo-Athenian Coinages. Some Remarks on the Metrological Side of the Issue, in M. Asolati and G. Gorini (eds), I ritrovamenti monetali e i processi…

Review of J. T. Jensen et alii, eds., Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult. Context, Ritual and Iconography. CR 63 (2013), 568-570

Review of J. T. Jensen et alii, eds., Aspects of Ancient Greek Cult. Context, Ritual and Iconography. CR 63 (2013), 568-570

The Tradition of the Ionian Colonisation of Asia Minor: Remarks on the Sources, Electrum 20 (2013): 9 - 23.

The article discusses the tradition of the Ionian colonisation preserved in ancient literary sources. The author focuses on the time and circumstances in which the…

MATERA, MUSEO D. RIDOLA, MOSTRA

MATERA, MUSEO D. RIDOLA, MOSTRA

Rethinking Hermes: A new proposal

Several oddities of Hermes’ character do not seem to be explained by traditional interpretations: while in the earliest epic he is the herald, the mediator…

From Pirates to Pax Romana: The Economic Transformation of Crete from Hellenistic to Roman Periods

From Pirates to Pax Romana: The Economic Transformation of Crete from Hellenistic to Roman Periods
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