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  • Ripat, Pauline (Classical Philology / University of Chicago Press, 2011)
    "The views ... that the science of astrology swept the Roman world to win the devotion of the Roman people and the Roman emperors, that emperors consequently loved and feared astrology -- have become standard in scholarly ...
  • Miller, Peter John (Syllecta Classica, 2015)
    In Olympian 9, Pindar constructs a family for his victor, Epharmostos, whose family does not—contrary to the generic expectations of epinikian—appear in the ode. By establishing connections between the early ethnic and ...
  • Ripat, Pauline (Phoenix / Classical Association of Canada, 2006)
    The language of oracular inquiries in Roman Egypt changed from Demotic to Greek because of the insistence of the Roman authorities, not, as historians have previously supposed, because of a preference for Greek on the part ...
  • Ripat, Pauline (Phoenix / Classical Association of Canada, 2016)
    In this article I explore the connections among the physiological effects of envy, the stereotypes that adhered to old women, and the literary representations of witches in Roman society, arguing that it is possible to get ...
  • Whatley, Conor (Classical Association of Canada, 2015)
  • Miller, Peter J. (Mouseion, 2018-03)
    As early as the fifth century, Anacreon was the poet of wine, love, and song; even his death—choking on a pip—is attributed to the grape. The fact that the symposion looms large in the extant fragments is, therefore, ...

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