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Dr Henry Spelman

Dr Henry Spelman

WHD Rouse Junior Research Fellow in Classics, Christ’s College

Chair of the Staff Student Committee

Postdoc Representative on Classics Faculty Board & Education Committee

Christ’s College
St Andrew’s St
Cambridge
CB2 3BU

Research Interests

Ancient lyric, Intertextuality, Papyrology, Literary history

I am currently revising my Oxford dissertation on Pindar for publication and beginning work on a second monograph focused on the development of early Greek conceptions of literary history.

Key Publications

‘Placing Aphrodite: Alcaeus fr. 296b and Horace C. 4.1’: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 189 (2014).

‘Alcman 3 PMGF and Horace C. 2.8’: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 192 (2014).

‘Zeus and the Maidens: Pindar fr. 94b.31-7’: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 192 (2014).

‘Alcaeus 140’: Classical Philology 110 (2015).

‘Borrowing Sappho’s Napkins: Sappho 101, Catullus 12, and Theocritus 28’: Harvard

Studies in Classical Philology 109 (2016).

 ‘Sappho 44: Trojan Myth and Literary History’: Mnemosyne (2016).

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