Here you can find the main publications on narrative by the members of KYKNOS. This page is still under construction.


Evelien Bracke:

Phd: ‘Of Metis and Magic: the conceptual transformations of Circe and Medea in ancient Greek poetry’

Review of W. H. Race, Apollonius Rhodius: Argonautica (Loeb Classical Library, 2008), Classical Review 60.2 (2010), 607-08.

P. Rosenmeyer, O. Hodkinson and E. Bracke (eds.) (2013), Fragmented Narrative: the Narratology of the Letter and Epistolary Literature in Ancient Greek, Leiden: Brill.

‘Literacy through Latin in South Wales: MFL approaches to Latin teaching’, Journal of Classics Teaching, October 2013.

Metis: an emblematic yet idiosyncratic entry in the LSJ’, in C. Stray (ed.), Liddell and Scott: Perspectives on a Lexicon’, forthcoming 2015.


Fritz-Gregor Herrmann:

1995 ‘Wrestling metaphors in Plato’s Theaetetus’, Nikephoros 8, 77-109

1998 ‘euangeleîs or eu angélleis in Plato’s Theaetetus’, Philologus 142, 176-180

1998 ‘On Plato’s Sophist 226B-231B’, Hermes 126, 109-117

2000 ‘Aristotle on the Role of Friendship in Society’, in: D.N. Koutras (ed.), Political Equality and Justice in Aristotle; Proceedings of the 4th International Conference of the Society for Aristotelian Studies “The Lyceum”, Athens, 179-193

2000 F.-G. Herrmann and D.B. Robinson: Plato’s Lysis. An Argument Analysis, Project Archelogos, Edinburgh;

2003 ‘metéchein, metalambánein and the problem of participation in Plato’s ontology’, Philosophical Inquiry 25, 19-56.

2003 ‘phthónos in the world of Plato’s Timaeus’, in: D Konstan and N K Rutter (eds.), Envy, Spite and Jealousy. The Rivalrous Emotions in Ancient Greece, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh, 53-83

2004 ‘Socrates’ views on Death’, in: V. Karasmanis (ed.), Socrates – 2400 Years since his Death, Athens and Delfi, 185-200

2005 ‘Plato’s answer to Democritean Determinism, in: C. Natali and S. Maso (eds.), La Catena delle Cause. Determinismo e antideterminismo nel pensiero antico e in quello contemporaneo, Lexis Einzelschriften 19, Amsterdam, 37-55

2006 ‘eîdos – Begriff und Gebrauch eines Fachausdruckes in Platons Phaidon’Archiv für Begriffsgeschichte, Band 48, 7-26

2006 ‘ousía in Plato’s Phaedo’, in: Herrmann 2006,  New Essays on Plato, 43-73

2006 New Essays on Plato: Language and Thought in Fourth-Century Greek Philosophy, edeited by F.-G. Herrmann, VIII, 227, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea

2007 ‘The idea of the good and the other forms in Plato’s Republic’, in: Cairns, Herrmann and Penner, Pursuing the Good, 204-230

2007 Pursuing the Good: Ethics and Metaphysics in Plato’s Republic, edited by D. Cairns, F.-G. Herrmann and T. Penner, XII, 340, Edinburgh University Press, Edinburgh

2007 ‘Religion and Philosophy : The God of the Philosopher’, in: D. Ogden (ed.), The Blackwell Companion to Greek Religion, Blackwell, Oxford, 385-397

2007 Words and Ideas: The Roots of Plato’s Philosophy, XV, 368, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea

2008 ‘Longus’ imitation’, in: J.R. Morgan and M. Jones (eds.), Philosophical Presences in the Ancient Novel, Ancient Narrative Supplement 8, Groningen, 205-230

2011 ‘Poetry in Plato’s Gorgias’, in: P. Destrée and F.-G. Herrmann, Plato and the Poets, 21-40

2011 Plato and the Poets, edited by P. Destrée and F.-G. Herrmann , XXII, 434, Brill, Leiden and Boston

2013 ‘Eteocles’ decision in Aeschylus’ Seven against Thebes’, in: Cairns, D. (ed.) Tragedy and Archaic Greek Thought, Classical Press of Wales, Swansea, 39-80

2013 ‘Freedom and Necessity in Plato’, in: Masi, F.G. and S. Maso (eds.), Fate, Chance and Fortune in Ancient Thought, Hakkert, Amsterdam, 19-40

2013 ‘Dynamics of Vision in Plato’s Thought’, Helios 40, 281-307


Mark Humphries:

(i) Authored books

Communities of the Blessed: Social Environment and Religious Change in Northern Italy, ad 200-400 (Oxford Early Christian Studies) (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 1999).

Early Christianity (Classical Foundations series) (Routledge: London and New York, 2006).

(ii) Edited volumes

Hermathena 179: In honour of J. M. Dillon, co-editor with Brian McGing (Trinity College Dublin: Dublin, 2005 [2006]).

Hermathena 181: In honour of George Huxley, co-editor with Brian McGing (Trinity College Dublin: Dublin 2006 [2007]).

The Great Persecution, ad 303: A Commemoration. Proceedings of the Fifth International Maynooth Patristic Conference, co-editor with Vincent Twomey (Four Courts Press: Dublin, 2009).

(iii) Articles, chapters, and handbook entires

‘Chronicle and Chronology: Prosper of Aquitaine, his methods, and the development of early medieval chronography’, Early Medieval Europe 5 (1996), 155-75.

‘Zeno and Gallienus: Two Gentlemen of Verona’, Classics Ireland 4 (1997), 67-78.

In nomine patris: Constantine the Great and Constantius II in Christological Polemic’, Historia 46 (1997), 448-64.

‘Savage humour: Christian anti-panegyric in Hilary of Poitiers’ Against Constantius’, in Mary Whitby (ed.) The Propaganda of Power: The Role of Panegyric in Late Antiquity (Brill: Leiden, 1998), 201-23.

‘Trading gods in northern Italy’, in Helen Parkins and Christopher Smith (eds), Trade, Traders and the Ancient City (Routledge: London, 1998), 203-24.

Nec metu nec adulandi foeditate constricta: the image of Valentinian I from Symmachus to Ammianus,’ in David Hunt and Jan Willem Drijvers (eds), The Late Roman World and its Historian: Interpreting Ammianus Marcellinus (Routledge: London, 1999), 117-126.

‘Italy, ad 425-605’, in Averil Cameron, Bryan Ward-Perkins, and Michael Whitby (eds), The Cambridge Ancient History XIV Late Antiquity: Empire and Successors ad 425-600 (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2000), 525-51.

‘The Lexicon of Abuse: drunkenness and political illegitimacy in the late Roman world’, in Guy Halsall (ed.) Humour, History, and Politics in Late Antiquity and the Early Middle Ages (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2002), 75-88.

‘In Mommsen’s Shade: Roman historiography, past and present’, Classics Ireland 9 (2002), 28-45.

‘Constantine, Christianity, and Rome (review article)’, Hermathena 171 (2001 [2003]), 47-63.

‘Roman senators and absent emperors in late antiquity’, Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia 17 (n.s. 3) (2003), 27-46.

‘From Emperor to Pope? Ceremonial, space, and authority in Rome from Constantine to Gregory the Great’, in Kate Cooper and Julia Hillner (eds), Religion, Dynasty, and Patronage in a Christian Capital: Rome, 300-900 (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007), 21-58.

‘A New Created World: classical geographical texts and Christian contexts in late antiquity’, in J. H. D. Scourfield (ed.) Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: inheritance, authority, and change (Classical Press of Wales: Swansea, 2007), 33-67.

‘International relations’, in Hans van Wees, Philip Sabin, and Michael Whitby (eds) The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare II Rome from the Late Republic to the Late Empire (Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, 2007), 235-269.

‘Material Evidence (1): Archaeology’ (pp. 87-103) and ‘The West (1): Italy, Gaul, and Spain’ (pp. 283-301), in S. Ashbrook Harvey and D. G. Hunter (eds) The Oxford Handbook of Early Christian Studies (Oxford University Press: Oxford, 2008).

‘From Usurper to Emperor: The Politics of Legitimation in the Age of Constantine’, Journal of Late Antiquity 1 (2008), 82-100.

‘Rufinus’s Eusebius: Translation, Continuation, and Edition in the Latin Ecclesiastical History’, Journal of Early Christian Studies 16 (2008), 143-64.

‘The Shapes and Shaping of the Late Antique World: global and local perspectives’, in P. Rousseau (ed.), A Companion to Late Antiquity (Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World) (Blackwell: Oxford, 2009), 97-109.

‘The Mind of the Persecutors: “By the gracious favour of the gods”’, in D. V. Twomey and M. Humphries (eds), The Great Persecution. Proceedings of the Fifth International Maynooth Patristic Conference (Four Courts Press: Dublin, 2009), 11-32.

‘The Sacred and the Secular: the presence or absence of Christian religious thought in secular writing in the late antique West’ (with David Gwynn), in D. M. Gwynn and S. Bangert (eds.), Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity (Late Antique Archaeology 6) (Brill: Leiden, 2009 [2010]), 493-509.

‘“Gog is the Goth”: biblical barbarians in Ambrose of Milan’s De fide’, in R. A. Flower, C. M. Kelly, and M. S. Williams (eds), Unclassical Traditions: Alternatives to the Classical Past in Late Antiquity (Cambridge Classical Journal supplement, vol. 34: Cambridge, 2010), 44-57.

‘The Tyrant’s Mask? Images of Good and Bad Rule in Julian’s Letter to the Athenians’, in N. Baker-Brian and S. Tougher (eds), Emperor and Author: The Writings of Julian the Apostate (Classical Press of Wales: Swansea, 2012), 75-90.

‘Valentinian III  and the City of Rome (ad 425-55): Patronage, Politics, and Power’, in Lucy Grig and Gavin Kelly (eds), Two Romes: Rome and Constantinople in Late Antiquity (Oxford University Press: New York, 2012), 161-182.

‘Liturgy and Laity in Late-Antique Rome: Problems, Sources, and Social Dynamics’, Studia Patristica 71 (2014), 171-186.

‘Emperors, Usurpers, and the City of Rome: Performing Power from Diocletian to Theodosius’, in Johannes Wienand (ed.), Contested  Monarchy: Integrating the Roman Empire in the Fourth Century AD (Oxford University Press: New York, forthcoming 2014/15), ch. 8.

‘Social Networks’, in Jonathan Arnold, Shane Bjornlie and Kristina Sessa (eds), The Brill Companion to Ostrogothic Italy (E. J. Brill: Leiden, forthcoming 2015), ch. 12.


Martina Minas-Nerpel:

2015 (book near completion) Minas-Nerpel, M. and H. Willems, with contributions of M. De Meyer, P. Dils, R. Preys, T. Sagrillo. The Temple of Shanhûr II: The Hypostyle Hall, the Lateral Chapel, and the Exterior of the Augustan Temple. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta (Leuven: Peeters).

2009 Hoffmann, F., M. Minas-Nerpel, and S. Pfeiffer, Die dreisprachige Stele des C. Cornelius Gallus. Übersetzung und Kommentar. Archiv für Papyrusforschung Beiheft 9 (Berlin and New York: de Gruyter).

2006 Der Gott Chepri. Untersuchungen zu Schrift­zeug­nis­sen und ikono­gra­phi­schen Quellen vom Alten Reich bis in grie­chisch-römische Zeit. Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 154 (Leu­ven: Peeters).

2003Minas-Nerpel, M. and G. Sigmund, Eine Ägypterin in Trier: Die ägyptische Mumie und der Sarg im Rhei­nischen Landesmuseum Trier. Ägyptologische und medizinische Unter­suchungen. Schrif­ten­reihe des Rheinischen Landesmuseums Trier 26 (Trier: Rheinisches Landes­museum).

2000 Die hieroglyphischen Ahnenreihen der ptolemäischen Könige. Ein Vergleich mit den Titeln der eponymen Priester in den griechischen und demotischen Papyri, Aegyp­tia­ca Tre­verensia 9 (Mainz: Philipp v. Zabern).

Edited books:

2014 (peer-reviewed, to be published autumn 2014) Eldamaty, M., F. Hoffmann, and M. Minas-Nerpel (eds.), Ägyptische Königinnen vom Neuen Reich bis in islamische Zeit, Proceedings of the Conference in Berlin, 19 January 2013 (Vaterstetten: Verlag Patrick Brose).

2010 Lembke, K., M. Minas-Nerpel, and S. Pfeiffer (eds.), Tradition and Transformation: Egypt under Roman Rule. Proceedings of the International Conference in Hildesheim, 3–6 July 2008. Culture and History of the Ancient Near East 41 (Leiden: Brill).

1994 Minas-Nerpel, M. and J. Zeidler (eds.), Aspekte Spätägyptischer KulturFestschrift für Erich Winter zum 65. Geburtstag, Aegyptiaca Treverensia 7 (Mainz: Philipp v. Zabern).

Articles and book chapters:

2014 (peer-reviewed and accepted) ‘Pharaoh and temple building in the fourth century BCE’. In J. Cromwell and P. McKechnie (eds.), Ptolemy I Soter and the Transformation of Egypt 404–282 BC, Memnosyne (Leiden: Brill), 35 pages.

2014 (peer-reviewed and accepted) ‘Creativity in visual art’. In K. Vandorpe, Greco-Roman and late antique Egypt. Blackwell Companion (Oxford and New York: Blackwells), 25 pages.

2014 (peer-reviewed and accepted), ‘A grain account in the Swansea Wellcome Collection’, Enchoria 34, 10 pages.

2014 (in press) ‘Ptolemaic queens in the Egyptian temple reliefs: Inter-cultural reflections of political authority, or religious imperatives?’. In: P. Kousoulis (ed.), Proceedings of the Xth International Congress of Egyptologists, Rhodes, 22–29 May 2008, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta (Leuven: Peeters), 15 pages.

2013 ‘Ptah-Pataikos, Harpokrates, and Khepri’, in E. Frood and A. McDonald (eds.), Decorum and experience. Essays in ancient culture for John Baines (Oxford: Griffith Institute), pp. 147–51.

2013 (co-authored with M. De Meyer) ‘Raising the pole for Min in the temple of Isis at Shanhur’, Zeitschrift für Ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde 140/2, pp. 150–166, pls. 19–24.

2013 ‘Pebbles inscribed in demotic from a burial in the tomb of Padikem at Tuna el-Gebel’, Enchoria 33, pp. 65–89.

2013 ‘Ptah-Pataikos, Harpokrates, and Khepri’. In E. Frood and A. McDonald (eds.), Decorum and Experience: Essays in Ancient Culture for John Baines (Oxford: Griffith Institute Press), pp. 147–151.

2012 (co-authored with M. De Meyer) ‘The temple of Isis at Shanhur’. In: W. Wendrich et al. (eds.), UCLA Encyclopedia of Egyptology, online (9 pages): .

2012 ‘Egyptian temples of Roman Egypt’. In C. Riggs (ed.), The Oxford Handbook of Roman Egypt (Oxford: Oxford University Press), pp. 361–382.

2011 ‘Cleopatra II and III: The queens of Ptolemy VI and VIII as guarantor of king­ship and rivals for power’. In A. Jördens and J.F. Quack (eds.), Ägypten zwischen innerem Zwist und äußerem Druck. Die Zeit Ptolemaios’ VI. bis VIII. Internationales Symposion Heidelberg 16.–19. 9. 2007. Philippika 45 (Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz), pp. 58–76.

2011 ‘Augustus, Prinzeps und Pharao zwischen politischer Realität und ideologischem Anspruch’. In G. Moosbauer and R. Wiegels (eds.), Fines imperii, imperium sine fineRoman frontier and occupation policies in the early Principate, Osnabrücker Forschungen zu Altertum und Antike-Rezeption 14 (Rahden: Verlag Marie Leidorf GmbH), pp. 131–143.

2010 (co-authored with S. Pfeiffer) ‘Establishing Roman Rule in Egypt: The Trilingual Stela of C. Cornelius Gallus from Philae’. In K. Lembke et al. (eds.), Tradition and Transformation: Egypt under Roman Rule.  Proceedings of the International Conference, Hildesheim, Roemer- and Pelizaeus-Museum, 3–6 July 2008. Culture and History of the Ancient Near East (Leiden: Brill), pp. 265–298.

2008  “Das ptolemäische Ägypten”. In: Der große Plötz – Enzyklopädie der Weltge­schichte, 35. Auflage (Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber), pp. 333–337.

2008 “Das römische Ägypten”. In: Der große Plötz – Enzyklopädie der Welt­ge­schichte, 35. Auflage (Freiburg: Verlag Karl Alber), pp. 337–340.

2007 “A demotic inscribed icosahedron from the Dakhleh Oasis”. Journal of Egyptian Archaeology 93, 2007, pp. 137–148.

2006 “Die ptolemäischen Sokar-Osiris-Mumien. Neue Erkenntnisse zum ägyptischen Dynastie­kult der Ptolemäer”. Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäolo­gischen Instituts Kairo 62, pp. 197–215, Pl. 36–42.

2006 “Die hieroglyphische Inschrift im Klinengrab”. In: Katja Lembke, “Grie­chisch-römisch oder ägyptisch? Neue und alte Entdeckungen in der Oase Siwa”. Studien zur Alt­ägyptischen Kultur 34, pp. 319–331.

2005 “Ein bislang unbekannter käferbekrönter Königskopf der Spätzeit”. In: Mamdouh Eldamaty & Khaled Daoud (eds.), Studies in honour of Mohamed Saleh, Bulletin of the Egyptian Museum 2, pp. 97–103.

2005 “Macht und Ohnmacht einer ptolemäischen Königin”. Archiv für Papyrus­forschung 51/1, pp. 127–154.

2002 “Käfer krönen Köpfe. Zum Skarabäus in der Plastik des Neuen Reiches”. In: Mamdouh Eldamaty (ed.), Egyptian Mu­se­um Collections Around the World. Studies for the Centennial of the Egyptian Museum, Cairo, vol.2 (Cairo: SCA Cairo and American University Press in Cairo Press), pp. 811–823.

2002 (co-authored with Günther Sigmund) “The Trier Mummy Paï-es-tjau-em-aui-nu: Radiologic and Histo­logic Findings”. Euro­pean Radiology 12/7, pp. 1854–1862.


2000 (co-authored with Günther Sigmund): “Der Sarg und die Mumie der Paï-es-tjau-em-aui-nu in der Sammlung der Gesellschaft für nützliche Forschungen”. Antiquitates Trevirenses. Beiträge zur Ge­schich­te der Trierer Altertumskunde und der Gesell­schaft für nützliche Forschun­gen. Fest­schrift zur 200-Jahr-Feier der Gesellschaft für nützliche Forschungen, Kurtrierisches Jahrbuch 40, pp. 255–302.

1999 (co-authored with Klaus Hallof) “Eine griechisch-demotische Inschrift aus Samos”. Archiv für Pa­py­rus­for­schung 45, pp. 26–31.

1998 (co-authored with Sabine Albersmeier) “Ein Weihrelief für die vergöttlichte Arsinoe II. Phil­adelphos”. In: W. Clarysse et al. (eds.), Egyptian Religion – The Last Thousand YearsStudies De­di­cated to the Memory of Jan Quae­­ge­beur, Orientalia Lovaniensia Analecta 84 (Leu­ven: Peeters), pp. 3–29.

1997 “Die Dekorationstätigkeit von Ptolemaios VI. Philometor und Ptolemaios VIII. Eu­er­getes II. an ägyptischen Tempeln, Teil 2.” Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 28, pp. 87–121.

1996 “Kein eponymer Priester. Zu P. Oxy. XIV 1723 descr.”. Archiv für Papyrus­forschung 42/1, pp. 139–142.

1996 “Von der Binse zum Computer. Uni­journal — Zeitschrift der Universität Trier, Jahr­gang 22 (Sonderausgabe)”, pp. 3–7.

1996 “Die Dekorationstätigkeit von Ptolemaios VI. Philometor und Ptolemaios VIII. Euer­getes II. an ägyptischen Tempeln, Teil 1”. Orientalia Lovaniensia Periodica 27,  pp. 51–78.

1995 “Die Kanephoros.  Aspekte des Ptolemäischen Dynastiekults”. In: Henri Melaerts (ed.), Le culte du souverain dans l’Égypte ptolémaïque au IIIe siècle avant notre ère. Actes du colloque international, Bruxel­les 10 mai 1995. Studia Hellenistica 34, pp. 43–60.

1994 “Die Pithom-Stele. Chronologische Bemerkungen zur frühen Ptolemäerzeit”. In: M. Minas and J. Zeidler (eds.), Aspekte Spät­ägyp­ti­scher KulturFestschrift für Erich Winter zum 65. Geburtstag, Aegyptiaca Treverensia 7 (Mainz: Philipp von Za­bern), pp. 203–212.


John Morgan:

  • ‘Realism and the historiographical pose in Heliodoros’, in B.P.Reardon (ed.) Erotica Antiqua (Bangor 1977) 138-139
  • ‘Emendations in the Satyricon’, Latomus 37 (1978) 749-751
  • ‘History, romance and realism in the Aithiopika of Heliodoros’, Classical Antiquity 1 (1982) 221-265
  • ‘Noctes Aethiopicae: notes on the text of Heliodoros’ Aithiopika 9-10’, Philologus 127 (1983) 87-111
  • ‘Lucian’s True Histories and The wonders beyond Thule of Antonius Diogenes’, Classical Quarterly 35 (1985)  475-490
  • ‘Two giraffes emended’, Classical Quarterly 38 (1988) 267-269
  • ‘The story of Knemon in the Aithiopika of Heliodoros’, Journal of Hellenic Studies 109 (1989) 99-113 [reprinted in Oxford Readings in the Greek Novel, ed.S.Swain (Oxford University Press 1999), 259-285]
  • ‘A sense of the ending: the conclusion of Heliodoros’ Aithiopika’, Transactions of the American Philological Association 119 (1989) 299-320
  • Heliodorus: Ethiopian Story, translated in B.P.Reardon (ed.) Collected Ancient Greek Novels (University of California Press 1989) 349-588 (with introduction and notes)
  • ‘Knemon’s story in the Aithiopika of Heliodoros’, in J.Tatum and G.M.Vernazza (edd.) The Ancient Novel: Classical Paradigms and Modern Perspectives (Dartmouth College 1990) 31-32
  • ‘Reader and audiences in the Aithiopika of Heliodoros’, Groningen Colloquia on the Novel 4 (1991) 85-103
  • Make-believe and make believe: the fictionality of the Greek novels’, in C.Gill and T.P.Wiseman (edd.) Lies and Fiction in the Ancient World (University of Exeter Press 1993) 175-229
  • Greek Fiction: the Greek Novel in Context, ed. J.R.Morgan and Richard Stoneman (Routledge 1994). Pp.x + 290.
  • Daphnis and Chloe: Love’s own sweet story’, in J.R.Morgan and R.Stoneman (edd.) Greek Fiction: the Greek Novel in Context (Routledge 1994) 64-79
  • ‘The Aithiopika of Heliodoros: narrative as riddle’, in J.R.Morgan and R.Stoneman (edd.) Greek Fiction: the Greek Novel in Context (Routledge 1994) 97-113 [reprinted in Greek Literature, ed. G. Nagy (Routledge 2002), vol.8.305-20]
  • ‘The Greek novel: towards a sociology of production and reception’, in A.Powell (ed.) The Greek World (Routledge 1995) 130-152
  • ‘The ancient novel at the end of the century: scholarship since the Dartmouth Conference’, Classical Philology 91 (1996) 63-73
  • Erotika mathemata: Greek romance as sentimental education’, in A.H.Sommerstein and C.Atherton (edd.) Education in Greek Fiction (Bari 1996) = Nottingham Classical Literature Seminars 4 (1996) 163-189
  • ‘Heliodorus’ in G.Schmeling (ed.) The Novel in Antiquity: a Handbook (Leiden: Brill 1996) 417- 456
  • ‘Fantastic literature’, Oxford Classical Dictionary, (3rd.edn) (Oxford University Press 1997) 587 [reprinted in The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization (Oxford University Press 1998) 278]
  • Heliodorus: Ethiopian Story. Translated by Sir Walter Lamb, with new introduction and notes by J.R.Morgan (Everyman’s Library 1997)
  • ‘Longus: Daphnis and Chloe. A bibliographical survey, 1950-1992’, Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt II.34.3 (Berlin: de Gruyter 1997) 2208-2276
  • ‘On the fringes of the canon: work on the fragments of Greek fiction 1936-1995’, Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt II.34.4 (Berlin: de Gruyter 1998) 3293-3390
  • ‘Narrative doublets in Heliodorus’ Aithiopkia’ in R. Hunter (ed.) Studies in Heliodorus. Cambridge Philological Society, Supplementary Volume 21 (Cambridge 1998) 60-78
  • ‘Heliodorus’, ‘Longus’, and ‘Novel, ancient’ in G. Speake (ed.) Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition (London & Chicago: Fitzroy Dearborn 2000), 720-721, 959-960, 1159-1161
  • ‘Apuleius and the prologues of Greek fiction’, in A. Kahane & A. Laird (edd.) A companion to the Prologue of Apuleius’ Metamorphoses (Oxford: Oxford University Press 2001) 152-162
  • ‘Nymphs, neighbours, and narrators: a narratological approach to Longus’ in S. Panayotakis, M. Zimmerman & W. Keulen (edd.) The Ancient Novel and Beyond: Acta of ICAN 2000 (Leiden: Brill 2003) 171-89
  • Longus: Daphnis and Chloe (introduction, text, translation and commentary) (Warminster: Aris and Phillips 2004), pp.249
  • ‘Chariton’, in I de Jong, R Nünlist & A Bowie, edd., Narrators, narratees and narratives in ancient Greek literature (Leiden: Brill 2004) 479-487
  • ‘Xenophon of Ephesus’, ibidem 489-492
  • ‘Achilles Tatius’, ibidem 493-506
  • ‘Longus’, ibidem 507-522
  • ‘Heliodorus’, ibidem 523-543
  • ‘Le blanc et le noir: perspectives païennes et perspectives chrétiennes sur l’Éthiopie d’Héliodore’, in B Pouderon (ed.) Lieux, décors et paysages de l’ancien roman des origins à Byzance (Lyons 2005) 309-18
  • « Comment, par dire l’inverse de ce qu’on veut, on peut accomplir ce qu’on veut sans sembler dire l’inverse de ce qu’on veut » : un discours figuré chez Héliodore, in B Pouderon, ed, Discours et débats dans l’ancien roman (Lyons 2006) 52-63‘Travel in the Greek novels : function and interpretation’, in J.Roy (ed.) Travel in the Ancient World (Nottingham and Leicester Conference; acta to be published by Routledge 2005)
  • ‘Intertextuality and the Greek Novel’, in T Whitmarsh, ed., Cambridge Companion to the Ancient Novel (Cambridge 2007)
  • ‘Philostratos and Heliodoros : the Emesan Connection’, in K Demoen & W Gyselinck, edd., Theios Sophistes : Essays on Philostratus, Life of Apollonius of Tyana (Leiden : Brill 2007)
  • ‘Kleitophon and Encolpius : Achilleus Tatius as Hidden Author’, in M Paschalis, etc., edd., The Greek and the Roman Novel : Parallel Readings (Ancient Narrative Suppl.8) (Groningen 2007) 105-20
  • ‘Travel in the Greek novels : function and interpretation’, in C Adams & J Roy, edd., Travel, geography and culture in ancient Greece, Egypt and the near east. Leicester Nottingham Studies in Ancient Society 10(Oxford 2007) 139-60
  • ‘History and fiction : historiography and the novel’, in J Marincola, ed., Blackwells Companion to Greek and Roman Historians (Oxford 2007) 553-64
  • ‘Chariton’ in I J F de Jong & R Nünlist, edd, Time in ancient Greek narrative : Studies in ancient Greek narrative. Volume 2 ( = Mnemosyne Suppl.291) (Leiden 2007) 433-51
  • ‘Xenophon of Ephesus’ ibidem 453-66
  • ‘Longus’, ibidem 467-82
  • ‘Heliodorus’, ibidem 483-504
  • ‘Intertextuality’, in T Whitmarsh, ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Greek and Roman novel (Cambridge 2008) 218-27
  • Foreword to the 2008 edition, in B P Reardon, ed., Collected Ancient Greek Novels (Berkeley etc. 2008) ix-xix The Emesan connection: Philostratus and Heliodorus’, in K Demoen & D  Praet, edd., Theios sophistes: essays on Flavius Philostratus’ Vita Apollonii.  Mnemosyne Suppl.305 (Leiden 2009), 263-81
  • ‘Petronius and Greek Literature’, in J Prag & I Repath, edd., Petronius. A handbook (Oxford 2009) 32-47
  • ‘Readers writing readers, and writers reading writers: reflections of Antonius Diogenes’, in M Paschalis, S Panayotakis & G Schmeling, edd., Readers and writers in the ancient novel (Ancient Narrative Suppl. 12) (Groningen 2009) 127-41
  • ‘Poets and shepherds: Philetas and Longus’, in K Doulamis, ed., Echoing narratives: studies of intertextuality in Greek and Roman fiction  Ancient Narrative supplementum 13 (Groningen 2011) 139-160
  • ‘Longus’ in I.J.F. De Jong, ed., Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative. Leiden and Boston: Brill (2012). 537-555.
  • Heliodorus’, in I.J.F. De Jong, ed., Space in Ancient Greek Literature. Studies in Ancient Greek Narrative. Leiden and Boston: Brill(2012). 557-577.
  • ‘Le culte du Nil chez Héliodore’, in C. Bost-Pouderon & B. Pouderon, edd., Les hommes et les dieux dans l’ancien roman. Lyons : Maison de l’Orient et de la Méditerranée. (2012) 255-267.
  • ‘Love from beyond the grave: the epistolary ghost-story in Phlegon of Tralles’, in O. Hodkinson, P.A. Rosenmeyer & E. Bracke, edd., Epistolary Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature. Leiden: Brill, 2013, 293-321.
  • ‘The erotics of reading fiction: text and body in Heliodoros’, in C. Bréchet, A. Videau & R. Webb, edd., Théories et pratiques de la fiction à l’époque impériale. Paris: Picard, 2013. 225-237.
  • ‘Heliodorus the Hellene’, in R Scodel & D Cairns, edd., Defining Greek Narrative Edinburgh University Press. 2014. 260-276
  • ‘The monk’s story: the Narrations of pseudo-Neilos of Ankyra’, in S Panayotakis & M Paschalis, edd., Priests and charlatans in the ancient novel. (Ancient Narrative Suplementum) Groningen: Barkhuis 2014.
  • Joseph Bodin de Boismortier’s opera Daphnis et Chloé’, in B Pouderon, ed.,La reception de l’ancien roman, de la fin du moyen age au début de la periode classique Lyons: Maison de l’Orient 2014.


Ruth Parkes:

Statius, Thebaid IV. Edited with a translation and commentary (2012, OUP: Oxford Classical Monographs series)

‘Chthonic ingredients and thematic concerns: the shaping of the necromancy in Statius’ Thebaid’ , in A. Augoustakis (ed.) Ritual and Religion in Flavian Epic (OUP) (2013), 165-80

‘The Long Road to Thebes: The Geography of Journeys in Statius’ Thebaid’, in Skempis and Ziogas (edd.), Geography, Topography, Landscape: Configurations of Space in Greek and Roman Epic, Trends in Classics. Supplementary Volumes (DeGruyter) (2013)

‘The epics of Statius and Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica’, in M. Heerink and G. Manuwald (edd.) Brill’s Companion to Valerius Flaccus (2014), 326-339

‘The ‘Argonautic’ expedition of the Argives: models of heroism in Statius’ Thebaid’, forthcoming CQ 65 (2014)

‘Reading Statius Through a Biographical Lens’, Brill’s Companion to Statius edd. C. Newlands and W. Dominik (forthcoming, 2015)

‘Love or War? Erotic and martial poetics in Claudian’s De Raptu Proserpinae’, forthcoming CJ

‘Statius and the epic tradition’, chapter for A Companion to Latin Epic, ca. 14-96 CE  edd. L. Fratantuono and C. Stark (forthcoming)


Ian Repath:

2000 ‘The naming of Thrasyllus in Apuleius’ Metamorphoses’, Classical Quarterly 50, 627-30.

2005  ‘Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Cleitophon: What Happened Next?’, Classical Quarterly 55, 250-65.

2006 ‘Notes on the text of the Scriptores Physiognomonici’, Classical Quarterly 56, 603-6.

2007 ‘The Physiognomy of Adamantius the Sophist’, in, S. Swain, ed., Seeing the Face, Seeing the Soul: Polemon’s Physiognomy from Classical Antiquity to Medieval Islam. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 487-547.

2007 ‘Anonymous Latin Book of Physiognomy’, in, S. Swain, ed., Seeing the Face, Seeing the Soul: Polemon’s Physiognomy from Classical Antiquity to Medieval Islam. Oxford: Oxford University Press. 549-635.

2007  ‘Callisthenes in Achilles Tatius’ Leucippe and Cleitophon: Double Jeopardy?’, Ancient Narrative 6, 101-29.

2007 ‘Emotional Conflict and Platonic Psychology in the Greek Novel’, in M. Jones & J. Morgan, edd., Philosophical Presences in the Greek Novel. (AncientNarrativeSupplementum 10). Groningen: Barkhuis, 53-84.

2009 Petronius: A Handbook. Edited by J. R. W. Prag and I. D. Repath. Chichester: Wiley-Blackwell.

2010 ‘Plato in Petronius: Petronius in platanona’, Classical Quarterly 60, 577-95.

2011 ‘Platonic Love and Erotic Education in Longus’ Daphnis and Chloe’, in K. Doulamis, ed., Echoing Narratives: Studies of Intertextuality in Greek and Roman Prose Fiction (Ancient Narrative Supplementum 13). Groningen: Barkhuis, 99-122.

2013 ‘Yours Truly? Letters in Achilles Tatius’, in O. Hodkinson, P. A. Rosenmeyer, and E. Bracke, edd., Epistolary Narratives in Ancient Greek Literature, Leiden: Brill, 237-262.