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  Atkins, Jed W.
    Boatwright, Mary T.
    1. Boatwright, M. "“The Missing Familia of Agrippina the Younger”." Emperor, Army, and Society. Studies of Roman Imperial History for Anthony R. Birley. Edited by Eck, W; Santangelo, F; Vossing, K.  Habelt (December, 2022).
    Casias, Cassandra
    1. Casias, CMM. "Rebel Nuns and the Bishop Historian: The Competing Voices of Radegund and Gregory." Studies in Late Antiquity  vol. 6 no. 1, University of California Press (March, 2022): 5-34. [doi]  [abs]
    Dillon, Sheila
      Forte, Maurizio
        Jiménez, Alicia
        1. Jiménez Díez, A; Bermejo, J; Valdés, P, "Los campamentos romanos de Renieblas: nuevos hallazgos y líneas de interpretación". Treballs D'Arqueologia 25 (March, 2023): 85-118. [doi]  [abs]
        2. Jiménez, A, "s. v. "Numantia"". Atlas of Classical History (2nd Revised Edition)  (2023): 98-100.
        Johnson, William
          Lieber, Laura S.
          1. Lieber, LS. "Aesthetic Convention and Ritual Creativity in Late Antique Piyyut." Prooftexts  vol. 40 no. 1,  (January, 2023): 12-58. [doi]  [abs]
          2. Lieber, LS. ""On This Day, We Are Perfect": Embodiment in Yannai's Yom Kippur Qerova." Journal of Jewish Thought and Philosophy  vol. 30 no. 1,  (January, 2022): 37-69. [doi]  [abs]
          Newton, Francis
            Rigsby, Kent J.
            1. Rigsby, KJ. Asylia: Territorial inviolability in the Hellenistic World.  Univ of California Press, September, 2023: 1-672.  [abs]
            Sosin, Joshua D.
            1. Sosin, JD. "The Margins of a Law: The Compositioon of IG IX.12.3 718." Zeitschrift Fur Papyrologie Und Epigraphik  vol. 221  (January, 2022): 70-76.
            2. Sosin, JD. "MANUMISSIONS AT ELATEIA (IG IX, 1 124-127)." Zeitschrift Fur Papyrologie Und Epigraphik  no. 223,  (January, 2022): 63-70.
            Trotz-Liboff, Leo
            1. Trotz-Liboff, L. "Writing as Pharmakon and the Limits of Law in Plato’s Statesman, Phaedrus, and Laws." Polis: the Journal for Ancient Greek Political Thought  vol. 40 no. 3, Brill (September, 2023): 391-414. [doi]  [abs]
            2. Trotz-Liboff, L. "Vergil’s Epicurean Fortunatus." Classical Journal  vol. 118 no. 4, Project Muse (April, 2023): 409-439. [doi]
            Vander Horst, Danielle
              Weiberg, Erika
              1. Weiberg, EL. "FALSE REPORTS AND WAITING WIVES ON THE HOME FRONT IN AESCHYLUS’ AGAMEMNON AND SOPHOCLES’ TRACHINIAE." Classical Philology  vol. 117 no. 2,  (April, 2022): 282-302. [doi]  [abs]
              Werner, Shirley
              1. Werner, S. "Two Unnarrated Stories in Horace's Roman Odes (Carm. 3.2.1-12 and 3.6.21-32): Echoes of Vergil's Unfinished Aeneid and a Lowlife Epigram." Antichthon   (January, 2023). [doi]  [abs]
              2. Werner, S. "Poetic Discourse, Rhetoric, and Augustus in Horace’s Regulus Ode (Hor. Carm. 3.5)." Mouseion: Journal of the Classical Association of Canada  vol. 20 no. 2, University of Toronto Press (2023).
              3. Werner, S. "Horace-as-Alcaeus (Odes 3.6) Impersonates Horace-as-Archilochus (Epodes 7 and 16): Persona and Poetic Autobiography in Horace." The American Journal of Philology  vol. 144 no. 2, Johns Hopkins University Press (2023): 251-283.
              4. Werner, S. "The Rules of the Game: Imitation and Mimesis in Horace Epistles 1.19." Harvard Studies in Classical Philology  vol. 112 Harvard University (2022): 343-392.