PUBLICATIONS

Aeschylus, Seven Against Thebes

Translated by Herbert Weir Smyth Revised by the Seven Against Thebes Heroization team (Hélène Emeriaud, Kelly Lambert, Janet M. Ozsolak, Sarah Scott, Keith DeStone) The Acropolis of Thebes, in which stand altars and images of various divinities. A large gathering of citizens of Thebes. Enter Eteokles with attendants. Read more

Athena among the Phaeacians

Center for Hellenic Studies, Washington, DC [This lecture was presented on April 29, 2015 at the Conference Room of the Athens Archaeological Society. It was sponsored by Center for Odyssean Studies and is made available here by their permission. Click here to download a PDF of the handout that… Read more

Diomède et la détresse de Nestor

[UFMG] [This article was originally published in Phaos, volume 4, pp. 5-38 (2004). In this online version, the original page-numbers are indicated within braces (“{“ and “}”). For example, “{5|6}” indicates where p. 5 of the original article ends and p. 6 begins. ] Resumo: Os primeiros sinais explícitos na… Read more

Herodotus on queens and courtesans of Egypt

[This essay was originally published in Herodotus: Narrator, Scientist, Historian , ed. Ewen Bowie, 109–122. Trends in Classics 59. Berlin: de Gruyter, 2018. It is published here with permission of de Gruyter. In this online edition, the original page numbers of the print edition will be indicated within braces (“{”… Read more

L’áte dans l’Iliade (le cas Agamemnon)

Depto. de Letras Clássicas Faculdade de Letras Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais [This article was originally published 1998/1999 in Classica 11/12: 271-280. It is published here by permission of the editors. In this online version, the original page numbers are indicated within braces (“{“ and “}”). For example, “{271|272}” indicates… Read more