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Melita Classica Volume 7
1. Speeches and Military Leadership in Xenophon’s Anabasis and Cyropaedia
2. Friends in High (and Low) Places? The Allobroges and the Politics of Patronage and Provincial Society in the Late Roman Republic
3. The Christians and their Social Status in Gothia in the 4th century
4. The Unexpected Evolution of the Fearful Lion’s Image
5. He Alone in Homer and Vergil’s Aeneid
6. The Relationship of Blood, Intelligence and Delirium: Persepctives in the Hippocratic Treatises
7. Remember me Thus: a Study of Latin Epitaphs of Mime Actresses
8. Sappho in the Greek Comedy: Mocked or Mocking?
9. [Note] Lampas, the Island of Comino
Melita Classica Volume 6
1. Golden Age Roman Land Surveying
2. The ‘Lost’ 1751/52 and 1752/3 Collegio Romano Lectures of Carolo Benvenuti SJ
3. From Skyros to Paris