Thematic Index of Classics in JStor
livy, cato, scipio, romulus, fabius, consul, tradition, romans, dionysius, appius, fasti, plutarch, valerius, story, claudius, plebeian, varro, cicero, cornelius, plut, camillus, numa, manlius, aemilius, early, gracchus, consuls, patrician, fulvius, dictator, horatius, censor, sources, marcellus, ogilvie, triumph, brutus, paullus, dion, astin, republic, version, appius_claudius, plebeians, mommsen, marcius, annales, consulship, polybius, gauls

2000

Sallust's "Catiline" and Cato the Censor. D. S. Levene. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 170-191 List themes Full text (447 theme words)
Cato Orationes 66 and the Case against M.' Acilius Glabrio in 189 B.C.E.. J. Bradford Churchill. American Journal of Philology. (Winter, 2000), pp. 549-557 List themes Full text (307 theme words)
The Inauguration of Lentulus Niger. Patrick Tansey. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2000), pp. 237-258 List themes Full text (277 theme words)
"Sponsio Quae in Verba Facta Est?" Two Lost Speeches and the Formula of the Roman Legal Wager. J. Bradford Churchill. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 159-169 List themes Full text (223 theme words)
Pompey's "Supplicatio Duplicata": A Novel Form of Thanksgiving. Frances Hickson-Hahn. The Phoenix. (Autumn - Winter, 2000), pp. 244-254 List themes Full text (180 theme words)
The Last Republican Historian: A New Date for the Composition of Livy's First Pentad. Paul J. Burton. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (4th Qtr., 2000), pp. 429-446 List themes Full text (144 theme words)
"Celabitur Auctor": The Crisis of Authority and Narrative Patterning in Ovid "Fasti" 5. Barbara Weiden Boyd. The Phoenix. (Spring - Summer, 2000), pp. 64-98 List themes Full text (131 theme words)
Portraits, Power, and Patronage in the Late Roman Republic. Jeremy Tanner. Journal of Roman Studies. (2000), pp. 18-50 List themes Full text (119 theme words)
The Aeneid Revisited: The Journey of Pompey in Lucan's "Pharsalia". Andreola Rossi. American Journal of Philology. (Winter, 2000), pp. 571-591 List themes Full text (104 theme words)
Politics and Religion in the Bacchanalian Affair of 186 B.C.E.. Sarolta A. Tak√°cs. Harvard Studies in Classical Philology. (2000), pp. 301-310 List themes Full text (100 theme words)
Plautus' "Stichus" and the Political Crisis of 200 B.C.. William M. Owens. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 2000), pp. 385-407 List themes Full text (98 theme words)
Maharbal's Bon Mot: Authenticity and Survival. Dexter Hoyos. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 610-614 List themes Full text (97 theme words)
Leges Agrariae: Myths Ancient and Modern. Ronald T. Ridley. Classical Philology. (Oct., 2000), pp. 459-467 List themes Full text (97 theme words)
The Tears of Marcellus: History of a Literary Motif in Livy. Andreola Rossi. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2000), pp. 56-66 List themes Full text (95 theme words)
Livy and the Chronology of the Years 168-167. O. P. Dany. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 432-439 List themes Full text (94 theme words)
Roman Republican Heavy Infantrymen in Battle (IV-II Centuries B.C.). Alexander Zhmodikov. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (1st Qtr., 2000), pp. 67-78 List themes Full text (83 theme words)
The Dictator's Mistake: Caesar's Escape from Sulla. Ronald T. Ridley. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2nd Qtr., 2000), pp. 211-229 List themes Full text (63 theme words)
At Home with Cicero. Shelley Hales. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2000), pp. 44-55 List themes Full text (56 theme words)
Beyond (Dis)belief: Rhetorical Form and Religious Symbol in Cicero's de Divinatione. Brian A. Krostenko. Transactions of the American Philological Association. (2000), pp. 353-391 List themes Full text (56 theme words)
Polybius 10.10.12 and the Existence of Salt-Flats at Carthago Nova. Benedict J. Lowe. The Phoenix. (Spring - Summer, 2000), pp. 39-52 List themes Full text (40 theme words)
The Clemency of Sulla. Melissa Barden Dowling. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (3rd Qtr., 2000), pp. 303-340 List themes Full text (25 theme words)
Sulla and the Monuments: Studies in His Public Persona. Christopher S. Mackay. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2nd Qtr., 2000), pp. 161-210 List themes Full text (24 theme words)
What Was "Ulpicum?". Margaret R. Mezzabotta. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 230-237 List themes Full text (23 theme words)
The Camp of Pompey: Strategy of Representation in Caesar's Bellum Ciuile. Andreola Rossi. Classical Journal. (Feb. - Mar., 2000), pp. 239-256 List themes Full text (20 theme words)
"Dice" and "Facie:" Quintilian, "Institutio Oratoria" 1.7.23 and 9.4.39. J. Bradford Churchill. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2000), pp. 279-289 List themes Full text (19 theme words)
Valerius Maximus on the Domus Augusta, Augustus, and Tiberius. D. Wardle. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 479-493 List themes Full text (19 theme words)
Nero's Luxuria, in Tacitus and in the Octavia. Patrick Kragelund. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 494-515 List themes Full text (19 theme words)
"Vates operosus": Vatic Poetics and Antiquarianism in Ovid's "Fasti". Molly Pasco-Pranger. The Classical World. (Jan. - Feb., 2000), pp. 275-291 List themes Full text (18 theme words)
Manlius' Mandata: Sallust Bellum Catilinae 33. Kathryn F. Williams. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2000), pp. 160-171 List themes Full text (16 theme words)
The Autopsy of C. Asinius Pollio. Llewelyn Morgan. Journal of Roman Studies. (2000), pp. 51-69 List themes Full text (16 theme words)
Subject Reviews. Stephen Halliwell, Monica R. Gale, Hans Van Wees, Barbara Levick, Nigel Spivey, P. Walcot. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2000), pp. 102-132 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
Mela's Phoenician Geography. Roger Batty. Journal of Roman Studies. (2000), pp. 70-94 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
Two Unidentified Senators in Josephus, A.J. 19. A. R. Birley. Classical Quarterly. (2000), pp. 620-623 List themes Full text (12 theme words)
Lucan and the Libyan Tale. Matthew Leigh. Journal of Roman Studies. (2000), pp. 95-109 List themes Full text (11 theme words)
Cuius in Usum? Recent and Future Editing. Michael Reeve. Journal of Roman Studies. (2000), pp. 196-206 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
The Memory of Philippi in Horace and the Interpretation of Epistle 1.20.23. Mario Citroni. Classical Journal. (Oct. - Nov., 2000), pp. 27-56 List themes Full text (10 theme words)
Clodia Oppugnatrix: The Domus Motif in Cicero's "Pro Caelio". Anne Leen. Classical Journal. (Dec., 2000 - Jan., 2001), pp. 141-162 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
The 101st Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America. American Journal of Archaeology. (Apr., 2000), pp. 311-317+319-371 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
"Satis/Satura": Reconsidering the "Programmatic Intent" of Horace's "Satires 1.1". Basil Dufallo. The Classical World. (Jul. - Aug., 2000), pp. 579-590 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Romans as Bapbapoi: Three Polybian Speeches and the Politics of Cultural Indeterminacy. Craige Champion. Classical Philology. (Oct., 2000), pp. 425-444 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Ausonia: The Context of Cassius Dio "fr. 2.1". M. James Moscovich. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (3rd Qtr., 2000), pp. 378-381 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
The Bimillennium. Michael Grant. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2000), pp. 1-2 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
"The Most Desperate Textual Crux" in Lucretius-5.1442. Charles E. Murgia. Classical Philology. (Jul., 2000), pp. 304-317 List themes Full text (6 theme words)
Celeus Rusticus: A Note on Ovidian Wordplay in Fasti 4. Barbara Weiden Boyd. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2000), pp. 190-193 List themes Full text (5 theme words)