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Classics Seminars Edinburgh

28 January 2023

The Classics Department of Edinburgh University has announced its research seminars for the first half of 2023. For Sidonius and late antique Gaul they include:… Read more

Dictionary of Literary Epigram Is Out

27 January 2023

Now out, edited by Céline Urlacher-Becht, Dictionnaire de l’épigramme littéraire dans l’Antiquité grecque et romaine, 2 vols A-H, I-Z, Turnhout: Brepols, 2023. Information here Read more

Atlas of Clermont 1st c. BCE – 5th c. CE

19 January 2023

A comprehensive topographical atlas of ancient Clermont has come out: Hélène Dartevelle (ed.), Augustonemetum. Atlas topographique de Clermont-Ferrand, 2 vols, Gollion: Infolio, 2022. Announced by… Read more

Litovchenko on Captatio benevolentiae

31 December 2022

Elena Litovchenko has published an article on ‘Captatio benevolentiae in late antique epistolography as a means of preserving communication of the intellectual elite’ (Perm University… Read more

Alciati Reviews the Companion

24 December 2022

Roberto Alciati reviews the Companion in Annali di storia dell’esegesi 39 (2022) 485-87. ‘… un imponente volume di più di ottocento pagine e ventiquattro contributi,… Read more

Giannotti on Tacitus in Sidonius

21 December 2022

The latest of Filomena Giannotti is ‘Maxumam solitudinem appello: The Presence of Tacitus in Sidonius Apollinaris’, Pan 11 n.s. (2022) 67-77. Read it here Read more

Where Did Sidonius Apollinaris Live?

20 December 2022

A question intriguing as ever, addressed anew by John Collis, ‘Where did Sidonius Apollinaris live?’, in Martin Henig a.o., Villas, Sanctuaries and Settlement in the… Read more

Furbetta on Ovid in Sidonius

19 December 2022

Luciana Furbetta contributed ‘Les Métamorphoses (et pas seulement) d’Ovide dans les vers et les lettres de Sidoine Apollinaire: quelques sondages’ to Hélène Vial (ed.), La… Read more

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