Vol. 27 / No. 2

By: David Gilman Romano

Introduction – Fall 1985

One of the most popular aspects of modern western culture is its universal in¬≠terest in sports and athletics. Our world […]

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Vol. 27 / No. 2

By: David Gilman Romano

Boycotts, Bribes and Fines: The Ancient Olympic Games

The modern Olympic Gaines are now one of the most widely publicized events in the world. In 1984, it was […]

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Vol. 42 / No. 1

By: David Gilman Romano

Roman Surveyors in Corinth, Greece: Science & Archaeology

When the Roman army defeated the allied forces of the Greeks near Corinth in 146 BC, this marked the end […]

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Vol. 46 / No. 1

By: Irene Bald Romano, Valentine Talland and David Gilman Romano

New Perspectives on the Classics: Book News & Reviews

Portraits of the Ptolemies: Greek Kings as Egyptian Pharaohs, by Paul Edmund Stanwick (Austin: University of Texas Press, 2002), 236 […]

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Vol. 52 / No. 1

By: David Gilman Romano and Mary E. Voyatzis

Excavating at the Birthplace of Zeus: The Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project

In the 3rd century BCE, the Greek poet Callimachus wrote a Hymn to Zeus asking the ancient and most powerful […]

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