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

2005

'Three Brothers' at the Head of Archaic Rome: The King and His 'Consuls'. Alexandr Koptev. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 382-423 List themes Full text (3314 theme words)
Scipio Aemilianus and the Crisis of 129 B.C.. J. Lea Beness. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 37-48 List themes Full text (551 theme words)
A New Kind of Model: Cicero's Roman Constitution in "De republica". Elizabeth Asmis. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 2005), pp. 377-416 List themes Full text (270 theme words)
The Absent Pontifex Maximus. Ronald T. Ridley. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 275-300 List themes Full text (192 theme words)
Readings of Scipio's Dictatorship in Cicero's "De Re Publica" (6.12). Tom Stevenson. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2005), pp. 140-152 List themes Full text (148 theme words)
Scipio Aemilianus and a Prophecy from Clunia. Tom W. Hillard. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 344-348 List themes Full text (125 theme words)
Taxis Ou Barbaros: Greek and Roman in Plutarch's Pyrrhus. Judith Mossman. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2005), pp. 498-517 List themes Full text (113 theme words)
Roman Myth. Judith De Luce. The Classical World. (Winter, 2005), pp. 202-205 List themes Full text (110 theme words)
Three Orators and a Flawed Argument (Hor. Sat. 1.10.27-30). Ortwin Knorr. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 2005), pp. 393-400 List themes Full text (72 theme words)
Cicero's "Pro Caelio" 33-34 and Appius Claudius' "Oratio de Pyrrho". Josiah Osgood. Classical Philology. (Oct., 2005), pp. 355-358 List themes Full text (71 theme words)
Book One of Velleius' "History": Scope, Levels of Treatment, and Non-Roman Elements. Emil A. Kramer. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 144-161 List themes Full text (61 theme words)
The Decline of Roman Statesmanship in Plutarch's Pyrrhus-Marius. Bradley Buszard. Classical Quarterly. (Dec., 2005), pp. 481-497 List themes Full text (47 theme words)
Catiline and the Vestal Virgins. T. J. Cadoux. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 162-179 List themes Full text (46 theme words)
Livy 33.8.13 and 35.35.18 Revisited. C. L. H. Barnes. Classical Journal. (Apr. - May, 2005), pp. 349-363 List themes Full text (29 theme words)
Nautical Matters: Hesiod's "Nautilia" and Ibycus Fragment 282 PMG. Deborah Steiner. Classical Philology. (Oct., 2005), pp. 347-355 List themes Full text (25 theme words)
Recent Work on Tacitus: 1994-2003. Herbert W. Benario. The Classical World. (Spring, 2005), pp. 251-336 List themes Full text (20 theme words)
The Origins of Roman Imperial Hunting Imagery: Domitian and the Redefinition of Virtus under the Principate. Steven L. Tuck. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2005), pp. 221-245 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
Subject Reviews. Malcolm Heath, D. E. Hill, Thomas Harrison, Barbara Levick, Nigel Spivey, Richard Gordon, Christopher Burnand, Katherine Clarke. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2005), pp. 250-288 List themes Full text (17 theme words)
Spartan Tarentum? Resisting Decline in "Odes" 3.5. Llewelyn Morgan. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2005), pp. 320-323 List themes Full text (16 theme words)
A Tale of Two "Magni": Justin/Trogus on Alexander and Pompey. Catherine Rubincam. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 265-274 List themes Full text (14 theme words)
'Where the Lord of the Sea Grants Passage to Sailors through the Deep-Blue Mere No More': The Greeks and the Western Seas. Heinz-G√ľnther Nesselrath. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2005), pp. 153-171 List themes Full text (14 theme words)
Why Didn't Constantius II Eat Fruit?. David Rohrbacher. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2005), pp. 323-326 List themes Full text (13 theme words)
Subject Reviews. Stephen Halliwell, D. E. Hill, Thomas Harrison, Barbara Levick, Nigel Spivey, George Boys-Stones, Christopher Burnand, Katherine Clarke. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2005), pp. 100-136 List themes Full text (13 theme words)
A Common Source for Jerome, Eutropius, Festus, Ammianus, and the "Epitome de Caesaribus" between 358 and 378, along with Further Thoughts on the Date and Nature of the "Kaisergeschichte". R. W. Burgess. Classical Philology. (Apr., 2005), pp. 166-192 List themes Full text (13 theme words)
Narses and the Battle of Taginae (Busta Gallorum) 552: Procopius and Sixth-Century Warfare. Philip Rance. Historia: Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte. (2005), pp. 424-472 List themes Full text (8 theme words)
'The Long Hesitation': Some Reflections on the Romans in Judaea. John Curran. Greece & Rome. (Apr., 2005), pp. 70-98 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Seneca on Winds: The Art of Anemology in "Natural Questions" 5. Gareth Williams. American Journal of Philology. (Autumn, 2005), pp. 417-450 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Roman Pharmacology: Plautus' "Blanda Venena". Dorota Dutsch. Greece & Rome. (Oct., 2005), pp. 205-220 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Mourning the "Puer Delicatus": Status Inconsistency and the Ethical Value of Fostering in Statius, "Silvae" 2.1. Neil W. Bernstein. American Journal of Philology. (Summer, 2005), pp. 257-280 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
American Empire? Ancient Reflections on Modern American Power. Eric W. Robinson. The Classical World. (Autumn, 2005), pp. 35-50 List themes Full text (7 theme words)
Epic and Epigram: Minor Heroes in Virgil's "Aeneid". Martin Dinter. Classical Quarterly. (May, 2005), pp. 153-169 List themes Full text (5 theme words)