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Supplementary Volumes

1 Ovidiana Graeca, ed. P.E. Easterling and E.J. Kenney (1965)

2 Greece and Egypt in the archaic age, M.M. Austin (1970)

3 The Eudemian and Nicomachean Ethics. A study in the development of Aristotle’s thought, C.J. Rowe (1971)

4 The ideology of the Athenian metic, D. Whitehead (1977) [OUT OF PRINT]

5 Towards a text of ‘Anthologia Latina’, D.R. Shackleton Bailey (1979)

6 Non-slave labour in the Greco-Roman world, ed. P. Garnsey (1980)

7 Lands and peoples in Roman poetry: the ethnographical tradition, R.F. Thomas (1982)

8 Trade and famine in classical antiquity, ed. P. Garnsey and C.R. Whittaker (1983)

9 Plato’s arguments for forms, R. W. Jordan (1983)

10 Aristotle and the Stoics, F.H. Sandbach (1985)

11 Ovid and the traditions of Augustan poetry, P.E. Knox (1986)

12 Jews and godfearers at Aphrodisias, J. Reynolds and R. Tannenbaum (1987)

13 John Caius and the manuscripts of Galen, V. Nutton (1987)

14 Pastoral economies in classical antiquity, ed. C.R. Whittaker (1988)

15 Studies in Latin literature in honour of C.O. Brink, ed. J. Diggle, J.B. Hall and H.D. Jocelyn (1989)

16 Images of authority: papers presented to Joyce Reynolds, ed. M.M. Mackenzie and C. Roueché (1989)

17 Studies in the Dionysiaca of Nonnus, ed. N. Hopkinson (1994)

18 Wackernagel’s Law and the placement of the copula ‘esse’ in classical Latin, J.N. Adams (1994)

19 The curse of exile: a study of Ovid’s Ibis, G.D. Williams (1996)

20 Juvenal’s Mayor: the professor who lived on 2D a day, J. Henderson (1998)

21 Studies in Heliodorus, ed. R.L. Hunter (1998)

22 Amor: Roma. Love and Latin literature (essays presented to E.J. Kenney), ed. S.M. Braund and R. Mayer (1999)

23 Ovidian transformations: essays on the Metamorphoses and its reception, ed. P. Hardie, A. Barchiesi and S. Hinds (1999)

24 Classics in 19th and 20th century Cambridge, ed. C.A. Stray (1999)

25 Pyrrhonian inquiry, M. Włodarczyk (2000)

26 Production and public powers in classical antiquity, ed. E. Lo Cascio and D.W. Rathbone (2000)

27 Economy and politics in the Mycenaean palace states, ed. S. Voutsaki and J. Killen (2001)

28 The owl of Minerva: the Cambridge praelections of 1906, ed. C.A. Stray (2005)

29 Greeks on Greekness: viewing the Greek past under the Roman empire, ed. D. Konstan and S. Saïd (2006)

30 Paideia Romana: Cicero’s Tusculan Disputations, I. Gildenhard (2007) [OUT OF PRINT]

31 Ennius perennis: the Annals and beyond, ed. W. Fitzgerald and E. Gowers (2007)

32 Greek and Latin from an Indo-European perspective, ed. C. George, M. McCullagh, B. Nielsen, A. Ruppel and O. Tribulato (2007)

33 Theophrastus and his world, P. Millett (2007)

34 Unclassical traditions I: alternatives to the classical past in late antiquity, ed. C.M. Kelly, R. Flower and M. Williams (2010)

35 Unclassical traditions II: perspectives from east and west in late antiquity, ed. C.M. Kelly, R. Flower and M. Williams (2011)

36 Ratio et res ipsa: classical essays presented by former pupils to James Diggle on his retirement, ed. P. Millett, S.P. Oakley and R.J.E. Thompson (2011)

37 Menander: eleven plays, ed. C.F. Austin (2012)

38 Sophocles’ Jebb: a life in letters, ed. C. Stray (2013)

39 Varro varius: the polymath of the Roman world, ed. D.J. Butterfield (2015)

 

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