Tuesday, November 6, 2018

Open Access Journal: Rosetta: Papers of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham

[First posted in AWOL 6 November 2009. Most recently updated 6 November 2018]

Rosetta: Papers of the Institute of Archaeology and Antiquity, University of Birmingham
ISSN 1752-1580
The Rosetta journal is aimed at postgraduates and professionals from a variety of historical and archaeological disciplines.
Within Rosetta you will find articles covering a wide scope of archaeology, history and classics subjects, book reviews, museum and conference reports. There are also links to other sites of interest and forthcoming seminars and conferences.
This journal is an online, electronic journal and is free to view; we welcome submissions from any related area.

Rosetta Journal Issue #22. Spring 2018

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Nosheena Jabeen: Editorial


Michele Zanobini: 'The Chorus as a downgraded protagonist. Some remarks on Seneca's employment of the choral odes in the Agamemnon'
Francesca Giovagnorio: 'Dedications for the Hero Ptoios in Akraiphia, Boeotia'
Guilherme Augusto Louzada Ferreira de Morais: 'The monomyth today: the journey of the mythological hero in Catching Fire, by Suzanne Collins'
Joshua James Webb: 'Athenian ‘amateurs’? Greek war preparation and the Classical Athenian polis (479-323 BCE)'
Nicola Mureddu: 'A Dark Dionysus: The transformation of a Greek god between the Bronze and Iron Age’'

Book Reviews

Eleanor Bennett: 'Ilona Zsolnay, (ed.) Being a Man: Negotiating Ancient Constructs of Masculinity. London and New York: Routledge, 2017. Pp. x & 289. £110 (Hardback) ISBN: 978-1-138-18936-2.'
Guy Middleton: 'Jörg Weilhartner and Florian Ruppenstein (eds.), Tradition and Innovation in the Mycenaean Palatial Polities. Vienna: Austrian Academy of Sciences, 2015. Pp. 287. €99. (Paperback) ISBN13: 978-3-7001-7791-3.'
Paul Kelly: 'François Lerouxel, Le marché du crédit dans le monde romain (Égypte et Campanie). École française de Rome, 2016. Pp. 398. € 30. (Paperback) ISBN: 978-2-7283-1183-5.'

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