Francis Cairns


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Professor of Classics

Research and Teaching Specializations

  • Republican and Augustan Latin Poetry
  • Hellenistic Greek Poetry
  • Medieval and Renaissance Latin
  • Epigraphy of Euboea, Greece
  • Computer-aided Learning

 

FRANCIS CAIRNS: CURRICULUM VITAE

  1. Degrees

    D. Litt. University of Edinburgh (2014) Ph.D. University of Liverpool (1982)

    B.A. (Lit. Hum.) Balliol College, Oxford University (1963); M.A. Oxford (1968)

    M.A. (Classics) University of Glasgow (1961)

  2. Appointments

    Professor of Classical Languages, Florida State University 2000-

    Research Professor of Latin Language and Literature, University of Leeds, UK, 1999-2001

    Professor of Latin Language and Literature (Established Chair), University of Leeds, UK, 1989-1999 Professor of Latin (Established Chair), University of Liverpool, UK, 1974-1988

    Lecturer in Humanity (Latin), University of Edinburgh, UK, 1966-1973

    Assistant Lecturer in Humanity (Latin), University of Edinburgh, UK, 1963-1966

  3. Visiting and Research Appointments, and Named Lectureships

    Armstrong Distinguished Visiting Professor of Classics, University of Texas at Austin, 1999 James Loeb Lecturer, Harvard University, 1990

    Professore à contratto, Università di Bologna, 1984

    Visiting Professor, Seminar für Mittellatein, Freie Universität Berlin, 1982 Fellow, Calgary Institute for the Humanities, 1980

    Honorary Research Fellow in Classics, Birkbeck College, University of London, 1977-1979 Inaugural Lecturer, University College Dublin, 1977

    Dill Memorial Lecturer, Queens University Belfast, 1987 ‘School Student’, British School at Athens, 1963-1964

  4. Principal Research Interests Republican and Augustan Latin poetry Hellenistic Greek Poetry

    Medieval and renaissance Latin Epigraphy of Euboea, Greece Computer-aided learning

  5. Research Roles

    Joint General Editor of the series ARCA Classical and Medieval Texts, Papers and Monographs General Editor of the series Latin and Greek Texts

    Joint General Editor of the series Collected Classical Papers Editor/Joint Editor of Papers of the Langford Latin Seminar Corrispondente straniero of Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica Member of the Consejo Asesor of Emerita

    Member of the Advisory Board of Res Publica Litterarum

    Correspondant étranger of Latomus

    Member of the Comitato Internazionale of Paideia

    Member of the ‘Comitato di referee’ of Athenaeum

    Member of the ‘Consiglio scientifico’ of the series “Culture antiche. Studi e testi” Member of the ‘Comitato d’Onore del Certamen Horatianum’

    Socio corrispondente dell’Accademia Properziana del Subasio (Assisi)

    Member of Collegio dei Tutori per il Dottorato di Ricerca in Filologia Classica dell’Università di Parma

    (Former) Director of UGC/Computer Board CTI project “The computerisation of Learning Latin”

    (Former) Coordinator of Leeds Karystos Group

    (Former) Member of the Comitato Scientifico dell’Istituto Internazionale di Studi Piceni (Former) Member of the British Medieval Latin Dictionary Committee

    (Former) Joint Editor of Papers of the Leeds International Latin Seminar (1990-1998) (Volume 1 =

    PLLS 6 1990, 2 = PLLS 7 1993, 4 = PLLS 9 1995, 5 = PLLS 10 1998)

    (Former) Co-Director of the Leeds International Latin Seminar (1988-2001)

    (Former) Editor of Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar (five volumes – 1976-1985) (Former) Organiser of the Liverpool Latin Seminar (1975-85)

  6. Publications

    Five monographs; two volumes of Collected Papers, eight edited volumes, eight jointly edited volumes, and 168 papers/book chapters. See ‘List of Publications’ below.

  7. Research in Progress

    A study of the genre kletikon; papers on Greek and Roman poetry, medieval and renaissance Latin, and Euboean epigraphy.

  8. Major Research and Travel Grants [amounts under $2,000 omitted)

    1974-1999: approx. $100,000 total in funding (from external and internal sources) towards the travel costs of visiting scholars invited by me to the Universities of Liverpool and Leeds, in particular under the auspices of the Liverpool Latin Seminar and the Leeds International Latin Seminar.

    1974-1999: approx. $70,000 total in funding (from external and internal sources) towards the costs of my own travel and research.

    1985: $30,780 (= 19,000 GBP) from the UK University Grants Committee/Computer Board

    Computers in Teaching Initiative for the project “The Computerisation of Learning Latin.”

    1976 to present: $80,000 total (approx.) subventions from grant-giving bodies (e.g. the British Academy, Canadian Federation for the Humanities, the Publication Funds of many Universities) towards the publication of volumes in the series ARCA (edited by me) and other academic volumes.

    1991: $8,100 (= 5,000 GBP) from the UK Government ‘Enterprise in Higher Education’ initiative for the project ‘Karystos: A Greek city and its territory’ (1991-94)

    2002: $7,200 COFRS Summer Award (FSU) Project: ‘Propertius: The Augustan Elegist’

    2002: $4,300 AHPEG Award (FSU) Project: ‘Propertius: The Augustan Elegist’

    2007: $13,000 COFRS Summer Award (FSU) Project: ‘Greek and Roman Epigrams’

    2007: $30,000 Loeb Classical Library Foundation Grant: Project: ‘Greek and Roman Epigrams

    2007: $13,873 AHPEG Award (FSU): Project: ‘Greek and Roman Epigrams

    2014: $14,000 COFRS Summer Award (FSU) Project: ‘Kletikon: Greek and Roman Summons and Invitation’

  9. Teaching and Teaching Administration Undergraduate/Graduate teaching

    Homer; early Greek lyric; Pindar and Bacchylides; Lysias; Euripides; Aeschylus; Callimachus;

    Theocritus, Apollonius; Greek Anthology; Xenophon; Catullus; Caesar; Sallust; Virgil Eclogues, Aeneid; Horace; Propertius; Tibullus; Ovid; Senecan tragedy; Martial, Statius, Juvenal, Tacitus; Latin language; Medieval Latin of all periods, both poetry and prose; Renaissance Latin; introductory Latin; Karystos; Age of Augustus (the last two being Ancient History special subjects); classics in translation; classical civilisation; computing and the Classics.

    Postgraduate supervision at M.A and Ph.D. level

    Hellenistic poetry; Classical Latin; late Latin; ninth-century Latin.

    Course development

    During my Headship (1974-88) of the Department of Latin at the University of Liverpool, I was responsible for organising and implementing new subsidiary courses in Introductory Latin, and Literary and Linguistic Computing (taught in collaboration with the Computer Laboratory), new Single Honours degrees in Latin (Classical and Medieval), Roman Studies, Ancient History and Latin, and Classical Civilisation (the last three taught in collaboration with the Departments of Greek and Ancient History); and new Joint Honours degrees in Latin and Linguistics, Hispanic Studies and Latin, Latin and Russian, and Medieval History and Medieval Latin.

    During my Chairmanship of the School of Classics, University of Leeds (1989-92), a complete reorganisation and modularisation of all courses was carried out. This work included the reshaping of the Classical Civilisation and Classics degree structures, the introduction of a new scheme of Special Subjects and Topics, and the development of student-oriented teaching methods and student self-monitoring procedures.

  10. University Administration

    2012-2014 Director of Graduate Studies (The Florida State University)

    2012-2013 Panel member for the research evaluation of the departments of Literature at the University of Antwerp and Ghent University, Belgium

    2004-6 Chair of departmental Philology Committee (The Florida State University)

    2003-2006 Member of “Overseers’ Committee to Visit the Department of the Classics of Harvard College”

    2000- Committee for Conferences and Colloquia (The Florida State University) 2000-2015 Organiser of Fall Langford Seminars

    1992 -1999 Convenor of various departmental committees (University of Leeds)

    1989 –1992 Chairman of School of Classics; Member of Senate (University of Leeds);

    1974–1988 Head of Department of Latin (University of Liverpool); Member of Faculty and Senate and of various Faculty and Senate Committees

  11. Invited Lectures

(Lectures given at Universities were in Departments of Classics/Latin unless otherwise noted)

 

Institution/Event

Country

1962

University of Glasgow, Alexandrian Society

U.K.

1967

University of Edinburgh, Classical Association

U.K.

1971

University of St. Andrews, Classical Society

U.K.

1972

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne

U.K.

1974

University of Urbino

Italy

1974

Annual General Meeting of the British Classical Association held at Newcastle

U.K.

1974

University of Manchester Classical Society

U.K.

1974

Roman Society (London)

U.K.

1975

University of Durham

U.K.

1975

Freie Universität Berlin

West Germany

1976

Birmingham University Medieval Society

U.K.

1976

University College of North Wales, Bangor

U.K.

1976

Edinburgh University Classical Society

U.K.

1977

University of Athens

Greece

1977

Fundacion Pastor, Madrid

Spain*

1977

University of Salamanca

Spain*

1977

University of Valladolid

Spain*

 

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* Under British Council auspices

1977

Universidad Autonoma, Madrid

Spain*

1977

University of Lund

Sweden

1977

Portsmouth Polytechnic

U.K.

1977

Birkbeck College, London

U.K.

1977

University of Birmingham Classical Association

U.K.

1977

University of Manchester Seminar: Topics in Current Research

U.K.

1977

Oxford Philological Society

U.K.

1978

Birkbeck College, University of London

U.K.

1978

Queen’s University, Belfast

U.K.

1979

University of Padua

Italy

1979

University of Bologna

Italy

1979

University of Rome

Italy

1979

University of Bari

Italy

1979

Annual General Meeting of the British Classical Association held at Birmingham

U.K.

1979

Oxford University Classical Society

U.K.

1979

University of Göttingen

West Germany

1979

Freie Universität Berlin

West Germany

1980

University of Calgary

Canada

1980

University of Edmonton

Canada

1980

University of Vancouver

Canada

1980

University of Victoria

Canada

1980

Third Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society, held at University of Liverpool

U.K.

1981

Nickle Conference on Ancient Numismatics, Calgary

Canada

1981

University of Toronto

Canada

1981

McMaster University

Canada

1981

University of Western Ontario

Canada

1981

University of Winnipeg

Canada

1981

University of Manitoba

Canada

1981

University of Rostock

East Germany*

1981

University of Halle

East Germany*

1981

University of Jena

East Germany*

1981

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin

East Germany*

1981

Colloquium Propertianum, Assisi

Italy

1981

Società italiana per lo studio dell’ antichità classica (SISAC) – conference on Hellenistic Epigram and Roman Elegy, Naples

Italy

1981

University of Lancaster Classical Association

U.K.

1981

University of Glasgow Classical Association

U.K.

1981

University of London Classical Association

U.K.

1981

University of Cambridge, Herodotean Society

U.K.

1982

Conference on Augustan Poetry, Jena

East Germany

1982

Eighth International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Athens; University of Ioannina

Greece

1982

Cornell University

U.S.A

1982

University College of North Wales, Bangor

U.K.

1982

City Literary Institute, London

U.K.

1982

University of Leeds, Virgil Bimillenniary Celebration

U.K.

1982

University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Faculty Lecture

U.K.

1983

Fourth Triennial Congress of the International Courtly Literature Society,

Canada

 

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* Under British Council auspices.

 

Toronto

 

1983

International Conference on New Methodologies in Classical Studies, Heiligendamm

East Germany

1983

University of Jena

East Germany

1983

University of Halle

East Germany

1983

Akademie der Wissenschaften, Berlin

East Germany

1983

Birkbeck College, University of London

U.K.

1984

International Conference on The Crisis of the Third Century, Halle

East Germany

1984

Convegno Internazionale di Studi Tibulliani, Rome

Italy

1984

University of Bari

Italy

1985

University of Ioannina

Greece

1985

University of Pisa

Italy

1985

VI Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1985

International Courtly Literature Society, Annual Conference, Cambridge;

U.K.

1985

University of London Medieval Society

U.K.

1985

St. David’s College, University of Wales, Lampeter

U.K.

1985

University of Mainz

West Germany

1985

University of Heidelberg

West Germany

1985

University of Mannheim

West Germany

1985

University of Konstanz

West Germany

1986

University of Siena at Arezzo

Italy

1986

University of Siena at Siena

Italy

1986

University of Bologna

Italy

1986

University of Bristol

U.K.

1986

University of Leeds Classical Association

U.K.

1987

University of Ottawa

Canada

1987

Carleton University

Canada

1987

McMaster University

Canada

1987

McGill University

Canada

1987

Queens University, Kingston

Canada

1987

International Conference on the Intergration of Disciplines in the Classics, Halle

East Germany

1987

XXIX Convegno Internazionale di Studi Umanistici, Montepulciano

Italy

1987

Cornell University

U.S.A.

1987

University of Massachussets at Amherst

U.S.A.

1987

University of Hull: Conference ‘The Use of Computers in the Teaching of Language and Languages’

U.K.

1987

Birkbeck College, University of London

U.K.

1988

University of Windsor

Canada

1988

Carleton University

Canada

1988

University of Ottawa

Canada

1988

McGill University

Canada

1988

IX Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1988

Groningen University

Netherlands

1988

University of Michigan at Ann Arbor

U.S.A

1988

University of Illinois at Chicago

U.S.A

1988

University of Wisconsin at Madison

U.S.A

1988

University of Nebraska at Lincoln

U.S.A

1988

University of Colorado at Boulder

U.S.A

1988

Conception Seminary, Missouri

U.S.A

1988

University of Pittsburgh

U.S.A

1988

Cambridge Philological Society

U.K.

1989

McGill University

Canada

1989

Thessaloniki University

Greece

1989

First International Symposium on Achaia and Elis in Antiquity, Athens

Greece

1989

X Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1989

IX Congress of the International Federation of the Societies of Classical Studies, Pisa

Italy

1989

Culture e lingue classiche (30 convegno di aggiornamento e di didattica),

Palermo

Italy

1989

University of Manchester Schools Day

U.K.

1990

Symposium: New Directions in Augustan Poetry at Macmaster University;

Canada

1990

McGill University

Canada

1990

Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano

Italy

1990

Università Statale di Milano

Italy

1990

Certamen Horatium IV, Venosa

Italy

1990

Colloquio Ovidiano, Università di Salerno

Italy

1990

Symposium: The Interpretation of Roman Poetry: Empiricism or Hermeneutics?

U. of Austin, Texas

U.S.A.

1990

Harvard University

U.S.A.

1991

XII Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1991

Annual General Meeting of the Roman Society (London)

U.K.

1991

Open University Tutors Study Group (London)

U.K.

1991

Cambridge Renaissance Latin Conference

U.K.

1992

Congresso Internazionale ‘Modelli testuali e prassi poetica: Grecia ellenistica e Roma’, Università Cattolica del Sacro Cuore, Milano

Italy

1992

XIII Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1992

Convegno internazionale di studio (su Orazio), Potenza/Venosa

Italy

1992

Horace Bimilleniary Conference, Corpus Christi College, Oxford

U.K.

1993

XIII Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1994

McGill University

Canada

1994

University of Cyprus

Cyprus

1994

Friedrich Schiller Universität, Jena

Germany

1994

XIV Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1995

Collegio Ghislieri, Università di Pavia

Italy

1995

Università di Bologna

Italy

1995

XV Convegno Internationale di Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato

Italy

1996

Hamburg University

Germany

1996

Greifswald University

Germany

1996

Rostock University

Germany

1996

Tübingen University

Germany

1996

Freiburg Conference on Orality

Germany

1996

Conference: ‘Cameron and His Critics’, Wadham College, Oxford

U.K.

1997

Università di Cagliari

Italy

1997

Università di Sassari

Italy

1997

University of Durham

U.K.

1998

Universidad de Huelva

Spain

1998

Universidad de Sevilla

Spain

1999

Conference: ‘Augustan Poetry and the Traditions of Ancient Historiography’ University of Durham

U.K.

1999

University of Georgia (Athens)

U.S.A.

1999

The Florida State University

U.S.A.

1999

Baylor University

U.S.A.

2000

Symposium Cumanum 2000: ‘Vergil and Philodemus’, Cuma/Baia

Italy

2000

Conference: ‘Myth, History, and Performance in Republican Rome’, University of Exeter

U.K.

 

2000

British Epigraphy Society Spring Colloquium, University of Durham

U.K.

 

2000

The Cambridge Conference on Ancient Etymology, University of Cambridge

U.K.

 

2000

University of Virginia (Charlottesville) Graduate Conference (keynote speaker)

U.S.A.

 

2001

University of Sassari, Convegno ‘Quale futuro per gli studi classici in Europa?’

Italy

 

2001

Virgil Society, London

U.K.

 

2002

Convegno Internazionale: ‘Properzio tra Storia Arte Mito’, Accademia Properziana del Subasio, Assisi

Italy

 

2002

Conference: ‘What’s in a Name?’, University of Wales Institute of Classics/University of Leeds School of Glassics, Gregynog, Wales, U.K.

U.K.

 

2002

Conference: ‘The Celtic Conference in Classics’, University of Glasgow

U.K.

 

2002

Emory University, Atlanta

U.S.A.

 

2002

University of Iowa

U.S.A.

 

2003

Università di Torino

Italy

 

2003

Associazione Italiana de Cultura Classica, Trento

Italy

 

2003

Università di Trento

Italy

 

2003

XV Convegno Internazionale, “Guerra e pace nel pensiero del rinascimento”, Chianciano – Pienza

Italy

 

2004

Università di Parma

Italy

 

2004

Oxford Philological Society

U.K.

 

2005

Florida State University

U.S.A

 

2005

Petronian Society, Munich

Germany

 

2005

XVII Convegno Internazionale, “Pio II Umanista Europeo”, Chianciano – Pienza

Italy

 

2006

Conference: “Epigramma Longum: from Martial to Late Antiquity” Università di Cassino

Italy

2006

XVIII Convegno Internazionale “Il Concetto della Libertà nel Rinascimento” Chianciano-Pienza

Italy

 

2007

Ave Maria University, Naples FL

U.S.A.

2007

XIX Convegno Internazionale “Oriente E Occidente Nel Rinascimento” Chianciano-Pienza

Italy

2008

Classical Association AGM, Liverpool:

UK

2008

University of Vienna

Austria

2008

Università di Firenze

Italy

2008

Istituto Italiano di Scienze Umane, Firenze

Italy

2008

Università di Bologna

Italy

2009

University of Edinburgh, Classics Research Seminar

UK

2009

University of Cambridge, Faculty of Classics Research Seminar

UK

2009

XX Convegno Internazionale “Mecenati, Artisti e Pubblico nel Rinascimento” Chianciano-Pienza

Italy

2010

University of Edinburgh “Symposium in Memory of Kerr Borthwick”

UK

2011

Florida State University, Langford Conference “Texts, Non-Texts and Contexts: On the Varieties of Writing Experiences in the Ancient Mediterranean World”

USA

2012

Colloque international: “Mémoire, déconstruction, recréation dans les arts visuels et la poésie de l'époque hellénistique au premier siècle apr. J.-C.”, Programme ANR CAIM, Paris

France

2012

University of Ghent: Research Seminar in Classical Studies

Belgium

2013

XXV Convegno Internazionale “Pio II nell’epistolografia del Rinascimento” Chianciano-Pienza

Italy

2014

The E. Togo Salmon Graduate Conference in Classical Studies “Intertextuality and Innovation in Classical Literature and Thought”, McMaster University (keynote speaker)

Canada

2014

XIV A.D. Saeculum Augustum. The Age of Augustus. International Conference, Lisbon

Portugal

2015

Colloque << Présence de Théocrite>>, Lyon—Clermont-Ferrand

France

 

FRANCIS CAIRNS: LIST OF PUBLICATIONS

  1. Books

    GENERIC COMPOSITION IN GREEK AND ROMAN POETRY Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 1972 (viii + 331 pp.)

    Revised Edition (viii + 336 pp.) Reprinted Ann Arbor, MI, Michigan Classical Press, 2007

    TIBULLUS: A HELLENISTIC POET AT ROME. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979 (xii + 250 pp.) Reprinted in paperback Cambridge University Press 2007

    VIRGIL’S AUGUSTAN EPIC. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1989 (xi + 280 pp.) Reprinted in paperback Cambridge University Press 2008

    SEXTUS PROPERTIUS: THE AUGUSTAN ELEGIST Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2006 (xvi + 492 pp.) Reprinted in paperback Cambridge University Press 2009

    PAPERS ON ROMAN ELEGY (1969-2003). (Eikasmos. Quaderni Bolognesi di Filologia Classica. Studi 16) Patròn, Bologna. 2007 (viii + 483 pp.)

    ROMAN LYRIC: COLLECTED PAPERS ON CATULLUS AND HORACE (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde 301, Berlin: De Gruyter, 2012 (x + 525 pp.)

    HELLENISTIC EPIGRAM: CONTEXTS OF EXPLORATION; Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2016 (xviii + 516 pp.)

     

  2. Edited collections

    PAPERS OF THE LIVERPOOL LATIN SEMINAR

    vol. 1 (1976, publ. 1977) (310pp.)

    vol. 2 (1979) (360pp.)

    vol. 3 (1981) (423pp.)

    vol. 4 (1983, publ. 1984) (369pp.)

    vol. 5 (1985, publ. 1986) (502pp.)

    PAPERS OF THE LEEDS INTERNATIONAL LATIN SEMINAR (with Malcolm Heath) vol. 6 (1990) (375pp.)

    vol. 7 (1993) (219pp.)

    vol. 9 (1996) (350pp.)

    vol. 10 (1998) (391pp.)

    PAPERS OF THE LANGFORD LATIN SEMINAR

    vol. 11 (2003) (xxi + 232pp.) (with Elaine Fantham) vol. 12 (2005) (343pp.)

    vol. 13 (2008) (390pp.)

    vol. 14 (2010) (400pp.) (with Miriam Griffin) vol. 15 (2012) (376pp.)

    vol. 16 (2016) (337pp) (with Roy Gibson)

  3. Articles and Book-Chapters

  1. ‘Propertius i.18 and Callimachus, Acontius and Cydippe’, Classical Review NS 20 (1969), 131-34

  2. ‘Catullus 1’, Mnemosyne S.IV 22 (1969), 153-58

  3. ‘Terence, Andria 567-8’, Classical Review NS 20 (1969), 253-64

  4. ‘Theocritus Idyll 10’, Hermes 98 (1970), 38-44

  5. ‘Propertius 2,30 A & B’, Classical Quarterly 21 (1971), 204-13

  6. ‘Propertius 3,10 and Roman Birthdays’, Hermes 99 (1971), 149-55 7. ‘Horace, Odes 1.2.’, Eranos 69 (1971), 68-88

  1. ‘A Note on the Eponymous Archon of 490/89’, Rheinisches Museum 114 (1971), 131-34

  2. ‘Propertius 2.29A’, Classical Quarterly n.s. 21 (1971), 455-60

  3. ‘Five ‘Religious’ Odes of Horace (I,10; I,21 and IV,6; I,30; I,15)’, American Journal of Philology 92 (1971), 433-52

  4. ‘Catullus’ Basia Poems (5, 7, 48)’, Mnemosyne S.IV 26 (1973), 15-22

  5. ‘Notes on Propertius 1.8’, Symbolae Osloenses 49 (1973), 97-104

  6. ‘Propertius 2.19.32’, in Daube Noster. Essays in Legal History for David Daube, ed. A.Watson. Edinburgh: Scottish Academic Press, 1974, pp.49-51

  7. ‘Some Observations on Propertius 1.1’, Classical Quarterly 24 (1974), 94-110

  8. ‘Venusta Sirmio. Catullus 31’, in Quality and Pleasure in Latin Poetry, ed. Tony Woodman and David West. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1975, pp.1-17 and 135-36

  9. ‘Some Problems in Propertius 1.6’, American Journal of Philology 95 (1974), 150-63

  10. ‘Horace, Epode 2, Tibullus I,1 and Rhetorical Praise of the Countryside’, Museum Philologicum Londiniense 1 (1975), 79-91

  11. ‘Catullus 27’, Mnemosyne S.IV 28 (1975), 24-29

  12. ‘Further Adventures of a Locked-out Lover: Propertius 2.17’, University of Liverpool Inaugural Lecture Series. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 1975 (23pp.)

  13. ‘Splendide Mendax: Horace Odes III.11’, Greece and Rome 22 (1975), 129-39

  14. ‘The Philosophical Content of Horace Odes 1.29’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 1 (1976), 71-77

  15. ‘Geography and Nationalism in the Aeneid’, Liverpool Classical Monthly 2 (1977), 109-16

  16. ‘The Distaff of Theugenis - Theocritus Idyll 28’, Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar 1 (1976), 293-305

  17. ÒErw~ in Pindar’s First Olympian Ode’, Hermes 105 (1977), 129-32

  18. ‘Horace on Other People’s Love Affairs (Odes I 27; II 4; I 8; III 12)’, Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 24 (1977), 121-47

  19. ‘Two Unidentified Komoi of Propertius. I 3 and II 29’, Emerita 45 (1977), 325-53

  20. ‘Horace, Odes III, 13 and III, 23’, L’Antiquité Classique 46 (1977), 523-43

  21. ‘Theocritus Idyll VII 62’, Mnemosyne S.IV 31 (1978), 72-75

  22. H proevleush th`~ rwmaiκῆς ὑποκειμενικῆς ἐλεγείας’ ΕΕΦΣΠΑ ΚΕ (1974-1977, publ. 1978), 144-61

  23. ‘The Genre Palinode and Three Horatian Examples: Epode 17’ Odes, I, 16; Odes, I 34’, L’Antiquité Classique 47 (1978), 546-52

  24. ‘A Funerary Inscription from Eretria’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 35 (1979), 284-86 and Plate XIII b

  25. ‘Self-Imitation within a Generic Framework: Ovid, Amores 2.9 and 3.11 and the renuntiatio amoris’, in Creative Imitation and Latin Literature, ed. David West and Tony Woodman. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1979, pp.121-41 and 229-31

  26. ‘Some Eretrian Funerary Inscriptions’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 40 (1980), 215-18 and Plate XII a, b and c

  27. ‘Propertius on Augustus’ Marriage Law (II 7)’, Grazer Beiträge 8 (1979), 185-204

  28. ‘The Archpoet’s Confession: Sources, Interpretation and Historical Context’, Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch

    15 (1980), 87-103

  29. ‘Lesbia Mentoreo (Propertius 1,14,2)’, Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar 3 (1981), 419-22

  30. ‘Cleon and Pericles - A Suggestion’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 102 (1982), 203-204

  31. ‘Horace Odes 3,22: Genre and Sources’, Philologus 126 (1982), 227-46

  32. ‘L’elegia IV,6 di Properzio: manierismo ellenistico e classicismo augusteo’, Colloquium Propertianum (tertium) Atti. (Assisi, 1983), 97-115

  33. ‘Horace Epode 9: Some New Interpretations’, Illinois Classical Studies 8 (1983), 80-93

  34. ‘A Herm from Histiaia with an Agonistic Epigram of the Fifth Century B.C.’, Phoenix 37 (1983), 16-37

  35. (with P.G. Craven and J.G. Howie), ‘Textcode: Grammatical, Syntactical, Metrical and Accentual Information in Machine Readable Form’, ALLC Bulletin 9 (1981, published 1983), 13-18

  36. ‘I.G. XII,9,248 and I.G. XII,9,251’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 52 (1983), 122-24 and Plate IV

  37. ‘Alcaeus’ Hymn to Hermes, P. Oxy 2734 Fr. 1 and Horace Odes 1,10’, Quaderni Urbinati di Cultura Classica 42 (1983), 29-35

  38. ‘Propertius 1,4 and 1,5 and the ‘Gallus’ of the Monobiblos’, Papers of the Liverpool Latin Seminar 4 (1983, published 1984), 61-103

  39. ‘The Archpoet’s Jonah ‘Confession’ (Poem 2): Literary, Exegetical and Historical Aspects’,

    Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch 18 (1983), 168-93

  40. ‘Religione e nazionalismo nell’epigramma ellenistico e nell’elegia romana’, in Dall’epigramma ellenistico all’elegia romana, Atti del Convegno del SISAC 1981. Napoli: Giannini Editore (1984), 59-80

  41. ‘Propertius and the Battle of Actium (4.6)’, in Poetry and Politics in the Age of Augustus, ed. A.J. Woodman and D.A. West. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1984, pp.129-68 and 229-41

  42. ‘A ‘Duplicate’ Copy of IG XII 9,1189 (Histiaia)’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 54 (1984), 133-44 and Plate III

  43. ‘ΧΡΕΜΑΤΑ ΔΟΚΙΜΑ: IG XII,9,1273 and 1274 and the Early Coinage of Eretria’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 54 (1984), 145-55

  44. ‘IG XII 9,244 and the Demes and Districts of Eretria’, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 54 (1984), 156-64 and Plate IV a

  45. ‘Digest 39,3,3,pr.-1 and the Actio Aquae Pluviae Arcendae’ in Sodalitas. Scritti in onore di Antonio Guarino. Napoli: Jovene Editore (1984) 2147-2153

  46. ‘The Etymology of Militia in Roman Elegy’ in Apophoreta Philologica Emmanueli Fernandez-Galiano

    oblata ed. Luis Gil and Rosa M. Aguilar. Madrid (1984), II, 211-222

  47. ‘Theocritus’ First Idyll: the Literary Programme’, Wiener Studien n.f. 18 (=97) (1984) 89-113

  48. ‘The Addition to Richard of Poiters’ Chronica and ‘Hugo Primas of Orleans’’ Mittellateinisches Jahrbuch

    19 (1984 - publ. 1985) 159-161

  49. ‘Tibullus 1,8,35f. and a Conventional Ancient Gesture’ Vichiana n.s. 12 (1983 - publ. 1985) =

    Miscellanea di studi in memoria di Francesco Arnaldi 74-77

  50. ‘The Nereids of Catullus 64, 12-23b’ Grazer Beiträge 11 (1984) 95-101

  51. ‘Concord in the Aeneid of Virgil’ Klio 67 (1985) 210-215

  52. ‘A Portion of IG XII 9,210 Rediscovered’ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 62 (1986) 199-200 and plate VII, b,c

  53. ‘IG XII Suppl.555, Reinmuth No. 15 and the Demes and Tribes of Eretria’ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 64 (1986) 149-158

  54. ‘The Poetices Libri Septem of Julius Caesar Scaliger: An Unexplored Source’ Res Publica Litterarum 9 (1986) 49-57

  55. ‘The Milanion/Atalanta exemplum in Propertius 1,1: videre feras (12) and Greek models’ in Hommages a Jozef Veremans ed. F. Decreus and C. Deroux, Brussels (1986), Coll. Latomus 193, 29-38.

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  57. ‘Latin Sources and Analogues of the M.E. Patience’ Studia Neophilologica 59 (1987) 7-18

  58. ‘A Note on the Editio Princeps of Menander Rhetor’ Eranos 85 (1987) 138-139

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  61. ‘AP 9,588 (Alcaeus of Messene) and nam modo in Propertius 1,1,11’ in Filologia e forme letterarie: Studi offerti a Francesco della Corte Urbino (1987) I.377-383

  62. ‘Love at the Seaside: Propertius (1,11), Cynthia, and Baiae’: The University of Leeds Review 32 (1989/90) 1-16.

  63. ‘‘Sixtus IV and Men of Letters’’: Memores Tui. Studi di Letteratura classica ed umanistica in onore di Marcello Vitaletti ed. S. Prete, Istituto Internazionale Studi Piceni, Sassoferrato (1990) 45-53

  64. ‘The Lucubratiunculae Tiburtinae of Robert Flemming (1477)’ Humanistica Lovaniensia 39 (1990) 54-66

  65. ‘The Metrical and Stylistic Competence of Latin Poetry by Englishmen in the Second Half of the Fifteenth Century’ in Homo Sapiens, Olschki Editore Firenze 1990, II.33-40

  66. ‘The Learning Latin Computer Package (LLCP)’ ReCall 4 (1991) 17-20

  67. ‘Some Reflections of the Ranking of the Major Games in Fifth Century B.C. Epinician Poetry’: in Achaia und Elis in der Antike ed. A.D. Rizakis (ΜΕΛΕΤΗΜΑΤΑ 13) Athens 1991, 95-98

  68. ‘Ovidio, Amores 1.3: Dipendenza letteraria vs indipendenza intellettuale’ in Cultura poesia ideologia nell’ opera di Ovidio edd. I. Gallo and L. Nicastri (Pubblicazioni dell’ Università degli Studi di Salerno Sezione Atti, Convegni, Miscellanee 33) Naples 1991, 27-40

  69. ‘The ‘Laws of Eretria’ (IG XII 9.1273 and 1274): Epigraphic, Legal, Historical, and Political Aspects’:

    Phoenix 45 (1991) 296-313

  70. ‘Catullus 46.9-11 and Ancient ‘Etymologies’’ Rivista di Filologia Classica 119 (1991) 442-445

  71. ‘The Power of Implication: Horace’s Invitation to Maecenas (Odes 1.20)’ in Author and Audience in Latin Literature edd. T. Woodman and J. Powell, Cambridge UP (1992) 84-109, 236-241

  72. ‘Pietro Bizzari: Italian Humanist and Protestant Exile (1525c-1586)’ Studi Umanistici Piceni 12 (1992) 57-72

  73. ‘Propertius 4.9: ‘Hercules Exclusus’ and the Dimensions of Genre’ in The Interpretation of Roman Poetry ed. Karl Galinsky (Studien zur klassischen Philologie 67) Frankfurt am Main-Bern-New York-Paris (1992), 65-95

  74. ‘Il potere dell’implicazione: l’invito di Orazio a Mecenate (Odi 1,20)’ in Certamen Horatianum. Atti dei Convegni 1987-1991 ed. Rosa Torciano, Venosa (1992), 205-246 (Italian trans. of no. 78)

  75. ‘Theocritus Idyll 26’ Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 38 (1992) 1-38

  76. ‘La prima Ode romana di Orazio’ Aevum Antiquum 4 (1992, publ. 1993) 187-206

  77. ‘Imitation and Originality in Ovid Amores 1.3’ PLLS 7 (1993) 101-22

  78. ‘Rhetoric and Genre: Propertius 1.6.31-6, Menander Rhetor 398.29-32 -399.1, and a Topos of the Propemptikon’ Studi Italiani di Filologia Classica 10 (1992, publ. 1993) 980-90

  79. ‘Alain de Lille and the Prologue to Patience: a Bibliographical Correction’ Medium Aevum 62 (1993, publ. 1994) 292-3

  80. ‘Andreas Capellanus, Ovid, and the Consistency of De AmoreRes Publica Litterarum 16 (1993, publ. 1994) 101-117

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  82. ‘Asclepiades AP 5.85 = Gow-Page 2’ Grazer Beiträge 19 (1993, publ. 1994) 35-38

  83. ‘Fracastoro’s Syphilis, the Argonautic Tradition, and the Aetiology of Syphilis’ Humanistica Lovaniensia

    43 (1994) 246-261

  84. ‘A Cryptic Komos of Asclepiades: 14 Gow Page = AP 5.167’ Res Publica Litterarum 17 (1994, publ. 1995) 7-18

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    S.J. Harrison, Clarendon Press, Oxford 1995, 65-99

  86. ‘The Numeri of Niccolò D’Arco and the Veronese Circle of Fracastoro’ Studi Umanistici Piceni 15 (1995) 19-29

  87. ‘M. Agrippa in Horace ‘Odes’ 1.6’ Hermes 123 (1995) 211-217

  88. ‘Horace’s First Roman Ode (3.1)’ PLLS 8 (1995) 91-142

  89. ‘Callimachus the ‘Woodentop’ (AP XI 275)’ in Studia classica Iohanni Tarditi oblata, edd. L. Belloni, G. Milanese, A. Porro, Milano 1995, publ. 1996) I.607-615

  90. ‘Asclepiades AP 5.85 = Gow-Page 2 Again’ PLLS 9 (1996) 323-326

  91. ‘The ‘New Posidippus’ and Callimachus AP 7.447 = 35 (G-P) = 11 (Pf.)’ in Worte, Bilder, Töne. Studien zur Antike und Antikerezeption edd. R. Faber and B. Seidensticker, Würzburg 1996, 77-88

  92. ‘Ancient ‘Etymology’ and Tibullus: On the Classification of ‘Etymologies’ and on ‘Etymological Markers’’ Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society 42 (1996) 24-59

  93. ‘Tibullus 2.1.57-8: Problems of Text and Interpretation’ in Candide Iudex. Beiträge zur augusteischen Dichtung. Festchrift für Walter Wimmel zum 75. Geburtstag ed. A.E. Radke, Stuttgart 1998, 47-54

  94. ‘Tibullus 2.2: Genres, Augural Content, Literary Context, Text and Interpretation’, PLLS 10 (1998) 203- 34

  95. ‘Ovid Amores 1.15 and the problematic fruges of line 25’ in Ovid -Werk und Wirkung (Festgabe für Michael von Albrecht zum 65. Geburtstag) Frankfurt (1998) 85-93

  96. ‘Orality, Writing and Re-oralisation: some Departures and Arrivals in Homer and Apollonius Rhodius’ in

    New Methods in the Research of Epic / Neue Methoden der Epenforschung Tübingen (1998) 63-84

  97. ‘Epaphroditus, Φαινιανοκορίοις and ‘Modestus’ (Suda ε 2004) Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 124 (1999) 218-222

  98. Asclepiades and the Hetairai’ Eikasmos 9 (1998 publ. 1999) 165-93

  99. ‘Virgil Eclogue 1.1-2: A Literary Programme?’ Harvard Studies in Classical Philology 99 (1999 publ. 2000) 289-93

  100. ‘Tibullus, Messalla, and the Spica: I 1.16; I 5.28; I 10.22, 67; II 1.4; II 5.84’ Emerita 64,2 (1999, publ. 2000) 219-30

  101. ‘A Testimonium to a New Fragment of Philoxenus of Cythera? (Machon 77–80 = fr. 9.14–17 Gow and Hermesianax fr. 7.69–74 Powell)’ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 130 (2000) 9-11

  102. ‘Propertius 2.23 and Its Final Couplet (23-4)’ Classical Philology 94.4 (1999 publ. 2000) 454-59

  103. ‘Tibullus 2.6.27-42: Nemesis’ Dead Sister’ Eranos 98 (2000) 65-74

  104. ‘IG XII.9.11: An Inscription of Karystos?’ Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 134 (2001) 121-36

  105. ‘Allusions to hunc…meum esse aio in Propertius?’ Res Publica Litterarum 23 (2000 publ. 2001) 168-81

  106. ‘Propertius the Historian (3.3.1-12)?’ in Clio and the Poets: Augustan Poetry and the Traditions of Ancient Historiography (Mnemosyne Suppl. 224), edd. D.S. Levene and D.P. Nelis, Leiden 2002, 25-44

  107. ‘Three Interpretational Problems in Horace Odes III, 1: saporem (19); cum famulis (36); sidere (42)’ in

    Hommages à Carl Deroux I – Poésie (Collection Latomus 266), ed. P. Defosse, Brussels 2002, 84-93

  108. ‘The Civic Status of Theodotos in Lysias 3’ Emerita 70.2 (2002) 197-204

  109. ‘Acontius and his οὔνομα κουρίδιον: Callimachus Aetia fr. 67.1-4 Pf.’ Classical Quarterly 52 (2002 publ. 2003) 471-7

  110. ‘Catullus in and about Bithynia: Poems 68, 10, 28 and 47’, Chapter 8 of Myth, History and Culture in Republican Rome: Studies in Honour of T.P. Wiseman, edd. D Braund and C. Gill (Exeter UP 2003) Ch. 8, pp.165-90

  111. ‘The ‘Etymology’ in Ovid Heroides 20.21-32’ The Classical Journal 83.3 (2003) 239-42

  112. ‘Propertius 3.4 and the Aeneid incipit’ Classical Quarterly 53 (2003) 309-11

  113. ‘Varius and Vergil: Two Pupils of Philodemus in Propertius 2.34?’ in Philodemus, Vergil and the Augustans, edd. D. Armstrong, J. Fish, P.A. Johnston, and M.B. Skinner (UTexas Press 2004) Ch. 16, pp. 299-321

  114. ‘Variazioni su Ila in Properzio 1.20’ in Properzio tra Storia Arte Mito edd. C. Santini and F. Santucci (Assisi) 2004, 75-98

  115. ‘The Triumphal Motif of Propertius 3.4.17-18 and its Political Associations: Sculptural and Numismatic Evidence’ in Studies in Latin literature and Roman History XII ed. C. Deroux (Collection Latomus 287, 2005) 214-18

  116. ‘Guerra e pace nei Numeri di Nicolò D’Arco’ in Guerra e pace nel pensiero del Rinascimento ed. L. Secchi Tarugi, Firenze 2005, 81-7

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  118. ‘Il Rossore di Lavinia (Virgilio Aeneide 12.64-70)’ Quaderni del Dipartimento di Filologia, Linguistica e Tradizione classica “Augusto Rostagni” n.s. 3 (2004, publ. 2005) 21-38

  119. ‘Pindar Olympian 7: Rhodes, Athens, and the Diagorids’, Eikasmos 16 (2005) 63-91

  120. ‘Catullus 45: Text and Interpretation’, Classical Quarterly 55 (2005) 534-41

  121. ‘“Lavinia’s Blush” (Virgil Aeneid 12.64-70)’ in Body Language in the Greek and Roman Worlds, ed.

    D.L. Cairns, Swansea 2005, Ch. 9, pp.195-213

  122. ‘War, Peace, and Diplomacy in the Numeri of Nicolò D’Arco’, Lexis 23 (2005) 389-402

  123. ‘Propertius and the Origins of Latin Love-Elegy’ in A Companion to Propertius, ed. H.-C. Günther, Brill Leiden 2006, Ch.4, pp. 69-95

  124. ‘The nomenclature of the Tiber in Virgil’s Aeneid’, Ch. 5 of What’s in a Name?: The Significance of Proper Names in Classical Latin Literature, edd. Joan Booth and Robert Maltby, Swansea 2006 (publ. 2007) pp. 65-82

  125. ‘An Unnecessary Emendation in Juvenal Satire 2.168’, Hermes 135 (2007) 199-205

  126. ‘Pius II: a Yorkist Pope?’ in Pio II Umanista Europeo ed. L. Secchi Tarugi (Quaderni della Rassegna 49) Firenze 2007, 785-94

  127. ‘The future of Classics in the United Kingdom: Change or Decline?’ in Quale futuro per gli studi classici in Europa? Atti del Convegno Sassari 28 novembre- 1 dicembre 2001 edd. M.A. Petretto and M.G. Vallebella (Quaderni di Sandalion) Sassari 2008, 63-83

  128. ‘The Hellenistic Epigramma Longum’ in Epigramma longum. Da Marziale alla tarda antichità / From Martial to Late Antiquity. Atti del Convegno internazionale 29-31 maggio 2006 ed. A.M. Morelli (Edizioni dell’ Università degli Studi di Cassino. Collana scientifica 21) Cassino 2008, 55-80

  129. ‘Jacopo Aconcio: the Motives of an Exponent of Religious Toleration’ in Il Concetto della Libertà nel Rinascimento ed. L. Secchi Tarugi (Quaderni della Rassegna 52, Firenze 2008) 671-683

  130. ‘C. Asinius Pollio and the EcloguesProceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society/Cambridge Classical Journal 54 (2008) 49-79

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  132. ‘The Amyris of Gianmario Filelfo’ in Oriente e Occidente nel Rinascimento ed. L. Secchi Tarugi (Quaderni della Rassegna 58, Firenze 2009) 625-634

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  1. A Play on the Archchancellor’s name at Archpoet 4.29.2-3?’ Classica et Medievalia 64 (2014) 367-70

  2. ‘Fat victim and fat cheese (Vergil Eclogue 1.33-5)’ in Virgilian Studies: A Miscellany dedicated to the Memory of Mario Geymonat. (Studia Classica et Mediaevalia 10) ed. H-C Günther (Nordhausen 2015) 27-38 (accepted April 2013)

  3. ‘The correspondence between Aeneas Silvius Piccolomini and Adam de Moleyns (1443-45)’ in Pio II nell’epistolografia del Rinascimento. Atti del XXV Convegno Internazionale (Chianciano Terme-Pienza 18-20 luglio 2013) (Quaderni della Rassegna 99) ed. L. Secchi Tarugi (Florence 2015) 113-24 (accepted March 2014)

  4. ‘Hellenistic Ekphrasis’ in D’Alexandre à Auguste. Dynamiques de la création dans les arts visuels et la poésie. edd. P. Linant de Bellefonds, É. Prioux and A. Rouveret (Rennes 2015) 127-33 (accepted October 2012)

     

    Forthcoming

    ‘Generic Composition’ and the ‘Generic’ Approach to Ancient Poetry’ in Genre in Antiquity, edd. Mary Depew and Dirk Obbink (De Gruyter) ((re)accepted February 2008) 21 MS pages

    ‘Ovidian ‘Learning’ in Heroides 20 and 21 (Acontius and Cydippe)’ in XIV A.D. Saeculum Augustum The Age of Augustus (Accepted September 2015) 7904 words

    ‘Battus and Corydon in Theocritus Idyll 4’ Caesarodunum – Présence de l’Antiquité (Accepted February 2016) 5314 words

    ‘Epigrams by Lutatius Catulus (fr. 1 Morel/Blänsdorf/Courtney) and Callimachus (AP 12.73 = 4 HE)’ in J. Wisse and A.J. Woodman (eds) Word and context in Latin poetry (Cambridge Classical Journal Suppl.

    40) (accepted June 2016) 5983 words

    ‘Beauty, Fame and Politics in Ibycus S151 PMGFPrometheus (accepted November 2016) 5725 words ‘Propertius 1.1.1-6 and Meleager AP 12.101 = 103 HE: A New Proposal’ Res Publica Litterarum (accepted

    November 2016) 7,302 words

     

    Under submission:

    ‘Lodrisio Crivelli’s Ad Polymniam Musam in Laudem Pientiae Civitatis (10,530 words)’

     

    1. Contributions to encyclopedic works:

      Enciclopedia Virgiliana

      vol. 1, 1984: Austin, Bowra, Conington, Conway

      vol. 2, 1985: de Witt, Duckworth, Fowler, Henry, Highet, Inghilterra vol. 3, 1987: Knight

      vol. 4, 1988: Pease, ‘Il ruolo di Sileno in B. 6’

      Article ‘Genre’ in The Classical Tradition edd. A Grafton, G.W. Most and S. Setti (Harvard University Press Reference Library 2010) 378-81

    2. Reviews

R.G.M. Nisbet and M. Hubbard: A Commentary on Horace Odes Book 1, JRS 61, 1971, 305-306

John G. Randall: PARVA SAGACI: A Latin Course for Mature Students, JACT Bulletin 41, June 1976, 24-5 Claude Meiller: Callimaque et son Temps, Classical Review n.s. 31,1, 1981, 110-11

D.L. Clayman: Callimachus’ Iambi, Classical Review n.s. 31,2, 1981, 287-8

Heather White: Studies in Theocritus and other Hellenistic Poets, Classical Review n.s. 34,1, 1982, 93-4

D.A. Russell: Criticism in Antiquity, TLS September 3, 1982, 942

C.O. Brink: Horace on Poetry: Epistles Book II, Times May 20, 1983, 505

Franco Munari (ed.): Mathei Vindocinensis Opera II, Classical Review n.s. 34,2, 1984, 360-1 Allen Mandelbaum: The Aeneid of Virgil, A Verse Translation, Latomus 42, 1983 695-6

P.G. Walsh (ed.): Andreas Capellanus on Love, with English Translation, JACT Bulletin, 1984, xii-xiii Paul Veyne: L’elegie erotique romaine, TLS October 4, 1985, 1118

T.P. Wiseman: Catullus and his World: a Reappraisal, TLS November 1, 1985, 1245

A. Eliot (ed.): The Georgics with John Dryden’s Translation, Latomus 44, 1985, 898 Paolo Fedeli: Catullus’ Carmen 61, Classical Review n.s. 35,2, 1985, 338-9

Hans-Peter Stahl: Propertius, “Love” and “War”, Individual and State under Augustus, TLS July 18, 1986, 794

Robert J. Ball: Tibullus the Elegist, A Critical Survey, Classical Review n.s. 37,2, 1987, 180-182 Stratis Kyriakidis: ΡΩΜΑΙΚΗ ΕΥΑΙΣΘΗΣΙΑ, Classical Review n.s. 38,1, 1988, 170-171

G.O. Hutchinson: Hellenistic Poetry, TLS Jan 27-Feb 1989, 93 Colin Macleod: Horace, the Epistles, Latomus 48,3 (1989) 663-665

Nikos Petrochilos: Σαλλούστιος. Ὁ πόλεμος μὲ τὸν Κατιλίνα· Ὁ πόλεμος μὲ τὸν Ἰουγούρθα· Ἱστορίες.

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