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Earwig's copyvio detector[edit]

[1]

Sometimes a problem[edit]

Dunning–Kruger effect

Popular culture sections (sourcing)[edit]

https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia_talk:Verifiability/Archive_63#popular-culture-RfC

Weird stuff and wondrous[edit]

Immortal edits[edit]

Pompey versus Catherine the Great! "*Pompey, played by Mike Betette, appears in Epic Rap Battles of History episode 58, Alexander the Great vs Ivan the Terrible, where he tries to battle against Ivan the Terrible after Frederick the Great died, only to get decapitated by Catherine the Great before he can start rapping."

Wombats, fear of Vestals and their inconvenient rituals

And a prize-winning edit summary in its full glory "removing gratuitous ref. to a bollywood movie opening with a latter-day Queequeg wearing blue contact lenses jamming Lord Shiva's trident into a dolphin from Sea World in a crocodile suit, but living in the bronze age Indus"

To be pillaged[edit]

Venus Heliopolitana - doubtful connections (Millar) Check thoroughly

The lives of the 90% - (paginated version) Toner, Jerry, Popular culture in ancient Rome

Scheidel, Population and demographics (working paper)

Scheidel, Epigraphy and Demography: Birth, Marriage, Family, and Death

Tchernia, André, The Romans and Trade, Oxford University Press, 2016 [2]

Fantham, Elaine, Julia Augusti [3]

Greek religion[edit]

[4] Burkert, W., Greek Religion, Harvard University Press, 1985

Roman (and worldwide) wine & wine trade[edit]

Jancis Robinson, Julia Harding, The Oxford Companion to Wine, Oxford University Press, 2015 googlebooks prev amazon prev

SK Estreicher, Wine, 2006 - Wiley Online Library pdf of relevant ch.

Katherine M. D. Dunbabin, The Roman Banquet: Images of Conviviality, Cambridge University Press, 2003 978-0-521-12730-1 googlebooks, very sparse amazon preview

Purcel, N., "Wine and wealth in ancient Italy", Journal of Roman Studies, Cambridge University Press, 1985 [5]

Articles created[edit]

That's my girl...

Few, obscure and very seldom read. A short list indeed, and likely to remain so.

  • I came across the name Caius Julius Vercondaridubnus while reading up on Imperial cult. I'd have liked it as a username except it was already taken by an eminent Gaul who deserved it more than any. Cynwolfe prepared a much better version off-site and despite the wee article's editing statistics, almost all the work is hers.
  • The Mother of the Lares, relying rather too heavily on L.R. Taylor. Very short, and needs work. Feel free.....
  • Diocles of Peparethus, historiographic stub.
  • Omen (ancient Rome), not very obscure at all. Just a bugger to research. Really must get this under way.

Bonnefoy, Yves, and Donninger, Wendy, (Eds), Roman and European Mythologies, University of Chicago Press, 1992. [6]

Cicero, M. Tullius, (Translation and commentary by David Wardle), On Divination, Book 1, Oxford University Press, 2006. [7]

Del Bello, Davide, Forgotten paths: etymology and the allegorical mindset, The Catholic University of America Press, 2007. [8]

Hersch, Karen K., The Roman Wedding: Ritual and Meaning in Antiquity, Cambridge University Press, 2010. [9]

Linderski, J., in Wolfgang Haase, Hildegard Temporini (eds), Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, Volume 16, Part 3, de Gruyter, 1986. [10]

Mallory, J. P., Encyclopedia of Indo-European culture, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997. IE etymology

Orlin, Eric M., Foreign Cults in Rome: Creating a Roman Empire, Oxford University Press, 2010. [11]

Rasmussen, Susanne Willian, Public portents in republican Rome, L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER, 2003. [12]

Stewart, Roberta, Public office in early Rome: ritual procedure and political practice, University of Michigan Press, 1998. [13]

Stol, Marten, Epilepsy in Babylonia, STYX, 1993. [14]

Contributions to[edit]

Addit. sources Miles, Gary B., Livy: Reconstructing Early Rome, Cornell University Press, 1997 [15]


To do[edit]

p. 35: "To assume that the phallus is always a fertility symbol is to ignore its widespread use by various peoples, including the Greeks and Romans, as an apotropaic amulet, to bring good luck and avert evil"
"Hermes and Aphrodite as gods of initiation"

Sources[edit]

  • Beard, Mary, 'The Roman and the Foreign: The Cult of the "Great Mother" in Imperial Rome', in Thomas, N., and Humphrey, C., (eds) Shamanism, History and the State, Anne Arbor, The University of Michigan Press, 1994, pp.164 - 190. (On desktop)
  • Beard, M., Price, S., North, J., Religions of Rome: Volume 1, a History, illustrated, Cambridge University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-521-31682-0
  • Beard, M., Price, S., North, J., Religions of Rome: Volume 2, a sourcebook, illustrated, Cambridge University Press, 1998. ISBN 0-521-45646-0
  • Beard, Mary, The Roman Triumph, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and London, England, 2007. ISBN 978-0-674-02613-1
  • Brouwer, H. H. J., Bona Dea: the sources and a description of the cult, Brill, 1989. ISBN 90-04-08606-4
  • Cornell, T., The beginnings of Rome: Italy and Rome from the Bronze Age to the Punic Wars (c.1000–264 BC), Routledge, 1995. ISBN 978-0-415-01596-7
  • Flower, H. I., Ancestor Masks and Aristocratic Power in Roman Culture, Oxford University Press, 1999. ISBN 0-19-924024-8
  • Lott, John. B., The Neighborhoods of Augustan Rome, Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, 2004. ISBN 0-521-82827-9
  • Miles, Richard, Carthage must be destroyed: the rise and fall of an ancient civilization, Allen Lane (Penguin), 2010. ISBN 978-0-713-99793-4
  • Romm, James S., The Edges of the Earth in Ancient Thought: Geography, Exploration, and Fiction, Princeton University Press, 1994. ISBN 978-0-691-03788-2
  • Rüpke, Jörg (Editor), A Companion to Roman Religion, Wiley-Blackwell, 2007. ISBN 978-1-4051-2943-5
  • Spaeth, Barbette Stanley, The Roman goddess Ceres, University of Texas Press, 1996. ISBN 9780292776937
  • Wiseman, T. P., Remus: a Roman myth, Cambridge University Press, 1995. ISBN 9780521483667

Journal articles (desktop)[edit]

  • Beard, M., The Roman and the Foreign: The Cult of the 'Great Mother' in Imperial Rome, in Nicholas Thomas and Caroline Humphrey, eds., Shamanism, History, and the State (Ann Arbor, University of Michigan, 1994) 164-90.
  • Matthews, J. F., "Symmachus and the Oriental Cults", The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 63 (1973), pp. 175-195.
  • Mueller, Hans-Friedrich, "Vita, Pudicitia, Libertas: Juno, Gender, and Religious Politics in Valerius Maximus", Transactions of the American Philological Association (1974-), Vol. 128 (1998), pp. 221-263.

Online preview links by topic[edit]

Françoise Choay, (Trans. Lauren M. O'Connell), The Invention of the Historic Monument, Cambridge University Press, 2001,[16] (also on desktop)

Last years of Roman Hellenism[edit]

Cameron, Alan, The Last Pagans of Rome, Oxford University press, 2011. [17]

Bacchanalia[edit]

Sarah Limoges, Expansionism or Fear: The Underlying Reasons for the Bacchanalia Affair of 186 BC [18] - a handy look at major scholarly agreements and disagreements

Gruen, Erich S., Studies in Greek culture and Roman policy, BRILL, 1990, pp.34-78. [19] (Link to Ch. on Bacchanalia, background and suppression, broadly political approach)

Takács, Sarolta A., Politics and Religion in the Bacchanalian Affair of 186 B.C.E., Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Vol. 100, (2000), pp. 301-310. [20] full version on desktop

Walsh, P. G., "Making a Drama out of a Crisis: Livy on the Bacchanalia", Greece & Rome, Second Series, Vol. 43, No. 2, Cambridge University Press on behalf of The Classical Association, 1996, pp. 188-203. (on desktop).

Roman aqueducts, water supplies[edit]

Stewart, C., A., The Modular Design of Early Byzantine Cisterns and Reservoirs, 2015 [21]

Jim Crow's staff profile/publications page, at Edinburgh (Constantinople, Byzantine etc Water supply) - currently ++ active [22]

Peachin, Michael, Frontinus and the Curae of the Curator Aquarum (Heidelberger Althistorische Beitrage Und Epigraphische Studien), 2005 [23]


Aicher, Peter J., Guide to the Aqueducts of Ancient Rome, Bolchazy-Carducci Publishers, Illinois, 1995. [24]

Chanson, Hubert, "Certains Aspects de la Conception hydraulique des Aqueducs Romains", Journal La Houille Blanche, No. 6/7, 2002 pp. 43–57.English version, 2004, at traianus.net

Links to Thayer's LacusCurtius - Frontinus, De Aquis, M. Vitruvius Pollio, On architecture, 8.

Mays, L., (Editor), Ancient Water Technologies, Springer, 2010. links to Venter+bridge

Evans, Harry B., Aqueduct Hunting in the Seventeenth Century: Raffaele Fabretti's De aquis et aquaeductibus veteris Romae, University of Michigan Press, 2002. [25]

Gargarin, M. and Fantham, E., (editors), The Oxford Encyclopedia of Ancient Greece and Rome, Volume 1, [26]

Hodge, A. Trevor, Roman Aqueducts and Water Supply, Duckworth Archaeology, 2002. [Paperback] [27]

Fagan, Garrett T., Bathing in Public in the Roman World, University of Michigan Press, 1999. [28]

Keenan-Jones, Duncan, The Aqua Augusta and control of water resources in the Bay of Naples, Australasian Society for Classical Studies Conference 31, Perth, Australia 2010 NB paper not reviewed

G. De Feo and R.M.A Napoli, "Historical development of the Augustan Aqueduct in Southern Italy: twenty centuries of works from Serino to Naples", Water Science & Technology: Water Supply Vol 7 No 1 pp 131–138 Q IWA Publishing 2007 (saved as pdf on desktop)

H B Evans, Water Distribution in Ancient Rome: The Evidence of Frontinus, Univerity of Michigan Press, 1997, [29]

Bronze[edit]

Mattusch, Carol C., Greek Bronze Statuary: From the Beginnings Through the Fifth Century B.C., Cornell University Press, 1988 Amazon link [30]

Roman water supply and sanitation[edit]

Scobie, A., "Slums, sanitation, and mortality in the Roman world", Klio, 1986 [PDF from plu.edu [31]

Claudia Quinta[edit]

Cuz I just haz to know...

Leach, Eleanor Winsor, Claudia Quinta (Pro Caelio 34) and an altar to Magna Mater, Dictynna. Revue de poétique latine, 2010 - (dictynna.revues.org) [32]

Clothing in ancient Rome[edit]

Prudery and chic in late antique clothing

[33]

Croom on Roman clothing and fashion

[34]

Bauman, Richard R., Women and Politics in Ancient Rome, Routledge, (1992) 2003, pp. 25, 31 - 34 By Richard A. Bauman [35] includes sumptuary law and Bacchanalia

Braund, Susanna, and Osgood, Josiah, A Companion to Persius and Juvenal, Wiley-Blackwell, 2012 ISBN 978-1-4051-9965-0 [36]

Edmondson, JC and Keith, Alison, Roman Dress and the Fabrics of Roman Culture, University of Toronto Press, 2008 [37]

Erdkamp, Paul (Editor), A Companion to the Roman Army, Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World, Blackwell Publishing, 2007 (my desktop)

Flohr, Miko, The World of the Fullo; Work, Economy, and Society in Roman Italy, Oxford University Press, 2013 [38]

Janes, Dominic, God and Gold in Late Antiquity, Cambridge University Press, 1998 [39] sumptuary law in Late Empire included, with discussion on Imperial monopoly of tyrian purple

Phang, Sar Elise, Roman Military Service : Ideologies of Discipline in the Late Republic and Early Principate, Cambridge University Press, 2008 [40]

Sebesta, Judith Lynn, and Bonfante, Larissa, editors, The World of Roman Costume: Wisconsin Studies in Classics, The University of Wisconsin Press, 1994 [41]

Vout, Caroline, "The Myth of the Toga: Understanding the History of Roman Dress", Greece & Rome, 43, No. 2 (Oct., 1996), pp. 204–220 [42]

Cybele/Magna Mater[edit]

Burkert, Greek Religion 1985 [43] Search terms are "mater" (finds various mater types) and Kybele.

Ezquerra, Jaime A., Romanising Oriental Gods: Myth, Salvation and Ethics in the Cults of Cybele, Isis and Mithras, (trans. Gordon, Richard J), Brill, 2008, ISBN: 9789004132931 [44] Full text, but not checked, revised or paginated Scribd access to same here

Hannah, Robert, "Manilius, the Mother of the Gods and the "Megalensia" : an Astrological Anomaly resolved ?" Latomus, T. 45, Fasc. 4 (OCTOBRE-DÉCEMBRE 1986), pp. 864-872, Societe d’Etudes Latines de Bruxelles [45]

Lane, E., (Editor), Cybele, Attis and related cults: essays in memory of M.J. Vermaseren, Brill, 1996. link to open version

Motz, Lotte [46] hm.

Roscoe, Will, "Priests of the Goddess: Gender Transgression in Ancient Religion", History of Religions, Vol. 35, No. 3 (Feb., 1996), University of Chicago Press, pp. 195-230. (Desktop)

Roller, Lynn E., "Attis on Greek Votive Monuments; Greek God or Phrygian?" Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Vol. 63, No. 2 (Apr. - Jun., 1994), pp. 245-262. (Desktop)

Roller, Lynn E., In Search of God the Mother: The Cult of Anatolian Cybele, University of California Press, 1999. ISBN 9780520210240 [47] partial. A rather fine piece of work.

Spickermann, Wolfgang, Women and the cult of Magna Mater in the Western Provinces, in Emily Hemelrijk, Greg Woolf (eds), Women and the Roman City in the Latin West, Brill, 2013.[48]

Vermaseren, Maarten Jozef, Corpus cultus Cybelae Attidisque (CCCA) (Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans lEmpire romain), English translation, Cybele and Attis: The Myth and the Cult, Brill, 1989. [49] - lists and indices only, minus interpretations and commentary.

Attis[edit]

Lancellotti, Maria Grazia, Attis, between myth and history: king, priest, and God, Brill, 2002 [50]

Divus Julius[edit]

Weinstock, partial (but pretty damn good, considering)

Etruscan (myth, cult, cosmology)[edit]

Grummond, N., [51]

Family (Roman)[edit]

Rawson, Beryl (Editor), The Family in Ancient Rome: New Perspectives, 1st Edition, Cornell University Press, 1987 Amazon link

Ivan the Terrible[edit]

Perrie, Maureen, The Image of Ivan the Terrible in Russian Folklore, Part of Cambridge Studies in Oral and Literate Culture, Cambri dge University Press, 2002 ISBN: 9780521891004

historiography of folkloric traditions

Morality (and laws pertaining)[edit]

Lintott, A. W., "Imperial Expansion and Moral Decline in the Roman Republic", Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, Bd. 21, H. 4 (4th Qtr., 1972), [pp. 626-638 [52] jstor

Thesis, not citeable but some useful ideas and sources: [53]

Rome's topology[edit]

Richardson, Lawrence, A new topographical dictionary of ancient Rome, Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992. ISBN 9780801843006 [54] An updated (?) reissue of Platner & Ashby.

Pomerium[edit]

Near antique itself, but very thoughtful and useful account of interpretive challenges

Orlin, Eric M., "Foreign Cults in Republican Rome: Rethinking the Pomerial Rule", Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Vol. 47 (2002), University of Michigan Press, pp. 1-18 (desktop)

Portents[edit]

Susanne William Rasmussen, Public portents in republican Rome, L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER, 2003 [55]

Rural Festivals (cults and culture of the Pagus)[edit]

Stek, Tesse, Cult Places and Cultural Change in Republican Italy: A Contextual Approach to Religious Aspects of Rural Society After the Roman Conquest, Amsterdam University Press, 2010. [56]

Roman Games[edit]

Balsdon; check against various (some undue generalisations?); [57]

M. J. Carter, "Gladiatorial Combat: The Rules of Engagement", The Classical Journal, Vol. 102, No. 2 (Dec. - Jan., 2006/2007), pp. 97-114. (on desktop)

Futrell, Alison, The Roman Games: a sourcebook, Wiley-Blackwell, 2006. On iuvenes and the games, p. 108ff, googlebooks [58] more gen previews via amazon [59] and google [60]

Humphrey, John, Roman circuses: arenas for chariot racing, University of California Press, 1986. [61]

Roman roads[edit]

Laurence, Ray, The Roads of Roman Italy: Mobility and Cultural Change, Routledge, 1999. [62]

Sacrifice[edit]

N Belayche, Sacrifice in Religious Experience, Leiden, Brill, 2002. [63] useful, thorough section on Julian

Duthoy, Robert, The Taurobolium: Its Evolution and Terminology, Volume 10, Brill, 1969. [64] exhaustive list (in its day) for inscription evidence for taurobolium, criobolium and some odd variations. Writing's on the pedestrian side.

Slavery (ancient)[edit]

Westermann, William Linn, The slave systems of Greek and Roman antiquity, American Philosophical Society, 1955. [65] Oldish and of its time (oh, aren't we all?) but a start.

Bradley, Keith R., Slavery and society at Rome, Cambridge University Press, 1994. [66]

Bradley, Keith R., and Cartledge, Paul (Editors), The Cambridge World History of Slavery: Volume 1, The Ancient Mediterranean, Cambridge University Press, 2011 (Amazon [67]) (Google [68])

Harris, W. V., "Demography, Geography and the Sources of Roman Slaves", The Journal of Roman Studies Vol. 89, (1999), pp. 62-75 [69] (complete version on desktop)

Harper, Kyle, Slavery in the Late Roman World, AD 275 - 425, Cambridge University Press, 2011, pp. 58 - 60. Amazon preview - [70] Googlebooks - [71]

Joshel, Sandra R., Slavery in the Roman World (Cambridge Introduction to Roman Civilization), Cambridge University Press, 2010 [72]

Scheidel, 2007, pdf [73] (version 1) draft for the following:

Scheidel, Walter; Morris, Ian; Saller, Richard P., (Editors), The Cambridge economic history of the Greco-Roman world, Cambridge University Press,.... duh??? No Preview worth the name. As yet.

Stoicism[edit]

Colish, Marcia L., The Stoic Tradition from Antiquity to the Early Middle Ages: Volume 1, Stoicism in Classical Latin Literature, Brill, 1990. [74]

Roman Triumph[edit]

Addit. sources and discussion: Val Max - http://www.academia.edu/9769656/Claiming_Triumphs_for_Recovered_Territories_Reflections_on_Valerius_Maximus_2.8.4

Imperial religion[edit]

Ando, Clifford, The matter of the gods: religion and the Roman Empire, University Presses of California, Columbia and Princeton, 2008 (looks like poss reprint - check) ISBN 9780520250833 [75]

Imperial monotheism[edit]

Mitchell, Stephen, Van Nuffelen, Peter, (editors), One God: Pagan Monotheism in the Roman Empire, Cambridge University Press, 2010, ISBN:9780521194167 [76]

Political skullduggery[edit]

Andrew Lintott, Violence in Republican Rome, Oxford University Press, 1999. [77]

E. Stuart Stavely, "The Political Aims of Appius Claudius Caecus", Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, 8, 4 (Oct., 1959), pp. 410-433 [78]

Vagrancy (people)[edit]

[79]

Venus (mythology)[edit]

Awaiting content

Lipka (some on Venus and vinalia) [80]

Vestal Virgins[edit]

Kroppenberg, Inge, "Law, Religion and Constitution of the Vestal Virgins," Law and Literature, 22, 3, 2010, pp. 418 - 439. [81]

Wildfang, Robin Lorsch, Rome's vestal virgins: a study of Rome's vestal priestesses in the late Republic and early Empire, Routledge/Taylor & Francis, 2007, [82]

Beard, Mary, "The Sexual Status of Vestal Virgins", The Journal of Roman Studies, Vol. 70 (1980), pp. 12-27. On Desktop.

Staples, Ariadne, From Good Goddess to vestal virgins: sex and category in Roman religion, Routledge, 1998 [83]

Hestia[edit]

M. Kajava, "Hestia: Hearth, Goddess, and Cult", Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, 2004 - JSTOR [84]

Wine Festivals (wine as sacred and profane)[edit]

Olivier de Cazanove, "Jupiter, Liber et le vin latin", Revue de l'histoire des religions, 1988, Vol. 205, Issue 205-3, pp. 245-265 persee

Bits and bobs; partial previews only[edit]

St Augustine (trans. R. W. Dyson) The City of God against the pagans, Cambridge Texts in the History of Political Thought, 1998. [85]

And talk of the devil...[86]

[87] U.Cal. paper on Dionysus' cults

Bakkum, G. C. L. M., The Latin dialect of the Ager Faliscus: 150 years of scholarship, Volume 2, University of Amsterdam Press, 2009, p.393 ff.googlebooks preview

Beard, Mary, The Roman Triumph, The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press, Cambridge, Mass., and London, England, 2007. [88]

Del Bello, Davide, Forgotten paths: etymology and the allegorical mindset, The Catholic University of America Press, 2007. [89]

Benko, Stephen, The virgin goddess: studies in the pagan and Christian roots of mariology, BRILL, 2004. [90]

Bonnefoy, Yves, and Donninger, Wendy, (Eds), Roman and European Mythologies, University of Chicago Press, 1992. [91]

Bowman, A., Cameron, A., Garnsey, P., (Eds) The Crisis of Empire, AD 193-337, The Cambridge Ancient History, 2nd edition, Volume 12, 2005, p.563.[92]

Brouwer, Henrik H. J., Bona Dea, The Sources and a Description of the Cult, Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'Empire romain, 110, BRILL, 1989. [93]

Brunt, P. A., The Fall of the Roman Republic and Related Essays, Oxford University Press, 1988.[94]

Burkert, Walter, Ancient Mystery Cults, Harvard University Press, 1987.[95] (Based on his 1982 Jackson Lectures)

Cicero, M. Tullius, (Translation and commentary by David Wardle), On Divination, Book 1, Oxford University Press, 2006. [96]

Collins-Clinton, Jaquelyn, A late antique shrine of Liber Pater at Cosa (Etudes Preliminaires aux Religions Orientales dans l'Empire Romain, Volume 64), BRILL, 1977. ISBN 9789004052321 [97]

Dorcey, Peter F., The cult of Silvanus: a study in Roman folk religion, (Columbia) BRILL, 1992. ISBN 90-04-09601-9 [98]

Edwards, Catherine, The Politics of Immorality in Ancient Rome, Cambridge University Press, 2002. [99]

Erdkamp, Paul, The grain market in the Roman Empire: a social, political and economic study, Cambridge University Press, 2005. [100]

Fears, J. Rufus, The Cult of Virtues and Roman Imperial Ideology, in Hildegard Temporini, Wolfgang Haase (eds), Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, Part 2, Volume 17, pp. 872-946. [101]

Feeney, Denis, Caesar's Calendar: Ancient Time and the Beginnings of History, University of California Press, 2008 [102]

Flower, H., The art of forgetting: disgrace and oblivion in Roman culture, (preview) [103]

Gardner, Jane F., and Wiedemann, Thomas, The Roman Household: a sourcebook, Routledge, 2002.[104]

Gee, Regina. Topic = tomb-side dining as private/public function of necropolis - rejection of corpse, affirmation of spirit. Ch 5 only, pdf: [105]

Goldhill, Simon, Foucault's Virginity: Ancient Erotic Fiction and the History of Sexuality, Cambridge University Press, 1995. [106]

Goldhill, Simon, (Ed.), Being Greek under Rome: Cultural Identity, the Second Sophistic and the Development of Empire, Cambridge University Press, 2007. [107]

Grabar, André, Christian iconography: a study of its origins, Part 3, (partial) pp73, 74.[108],

Gradel, Ittai. Emperor Worship and Roman Religion, Oxford, Oxford University Press, 2002. [109]

Grandazzi, Alexandre, The foundation of Rome: myth and history, Cornell University Press, 1997, ISBN: 9780801482472 [110]

Gruen, Erich S., Studies in Greek culture and Roman policy, BRILL, 1990, pp.34-78. [111] (Link to Ch. on Bacchanalia, background and suppression, broadly political approach)

Gruen, Eric S., The Hellenistic world and the coming of Rome, Volume 1, University of California Press, 1986. ISBN 9780520057371 [112]

Hallett, Judith, and Skinner, Marilyn B., (Eds), Roman Sexualities, University Presses of California, Columbia and Princeton, 1997. [113]

Hekster, O., Schmidt-Hofner, S., Witschel, C., (Eds), Ritual Dynamics and Religious Change in the Roman Empire, Proceedings of the Eighth Workshop of the International Network Impact of Empire, Heidelberg, July 5-7, BRILL, 2007 [114]

Herbert-Brown, Geraldine, (ed)., Ovid's Fasti: historical readings at its bimillennium, Oxford University Press, 2002. ISBN 9780198154754 [115] includes opposing viewpoints and fine essay by Wiseman.

Hersch, Karen K., The Roman Wedding: Ritual and Meaning in Antiquity, Cambridge University Press, 2010. [116]

Hornum, Michael B., Nemesis, the Roman state and the games, Brill, 1993.[117]

Huzar, Eleanor, in Temporini/Haase (eds), Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, (ANRW), Sprache und Literatur (Literatur der julisch-claudischen und der flavischen Zeit), 1984.[118]

Johnston, Sarah Iles (ed.), Religions of the ancient world: a guide, Harvard University Press, 2004. [119]

Knox, Peter E., (ed) A Companion to Ovid, Blackwell, 2009. ISBN 978-1-4051-4183-3 [120] Monstrously large collection.

Langlands, Rebecca, Sexual morality in ancient Rome, Cambridge University Press, 2006. ISBN 9780521859431 [121]

Levi, Doro, "Aion", Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens, Vol. 13, No. 4 (Oct. - Dec., 1944), pp. 269-314 (on desktop, lively and rather lovely, in the old-school manner )

Llewelyn, S.R. (Editor), New documents illustrating early Christianity: Volume 9, A Review of the Greek Inscriptions and Papyri Published in 1986–87, Macquarie University, 2002. [122] (set for Artemis & Imperial cult in Ephesus)

Linderski, J., in Wolfgang Haase, Hildegard Temporini (eds), Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt, Volume 16, Part 3, de Gruyter, 1986. [123]

Lipka, Michael, Roman Gods: A Conceptual Approach, BRILL, 2009. [124]

Mallory, J. P., Encyclopedia of Indo-European culture, Fitzroy Dearborn, 1997. IE etymology

Meyer, Elizabeth A., Legitimacy and law in the Roman world: tabulae in Roman belief and practice, Cambridge University Press, 2004. ISBN 0-521-49701-9 [125]

Mueller, Hans-Friedrich, Roman religion in Valerius Maximus, Taylor and Francis, 2002.[126] On Desktop.

North, John, Roman Religion, New Surveys in the Classics (No. 30), University College London, 2000. [127]

Orlin, Eric M., "Foreign Cults in Republican Rome: Rethinking the Pomerial Rule", Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome, Vol. 47 (2002), pp. 1-18. (on desktop)

Orlin, Eric M., Foreign Cults in Rome: Creating a Roman Empire, Oxford University Press, 2010. [128] Amazon preview

Ovid, Fasti 1 (commentary), Steven J Green, preview [129]

Ovid, Fasti VI (commentary) Littlewood, links to preview [[130]]

Ovid, Metamorphoses, (translation, editing and commentary by Simpson, Michael), University of Massachusetts Press, 2001. [131]

Palmer, Robert E. A., "Silvanus, Sylvester, and the Chair of St. Peter", Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society, Vol. 122, No. 4 (Aug. 18, 1978), pp. 222-247. [132]

Partner, Peter, Renaissance Rome, 1500-1559: a portrait of a society, University of Claifornia Press, 1976. [133]

Pollini (under Gruen) Imagines [134]Ch.13 of Chicago Uni. Oriental Inst. seminar.

Potter, David S., The Roman Empire at Bay, AD 180–395, Routledge, 2004. pp. 93 (or so) - 109.. ISBN 978-0-415-10057-1 [135] Haploidavey (talk) 20:43, 13 December 2013 (UTC)

Pritchard, R. T., Gaius Verres and the Sicilian Farmers, Historia: Zeitschrift für Alte Geschichte, Vol. 20, No. 2/3 (2nd Qtr., 1971), pp. 224-238, Franz Steiner Verlag.[136] [137] and cited source, Cicero's Second pleading, with reference to Ceres (trans. Yonge, 1888)[138] & commentary [139]

Raaflaub, Kurt A., (ed) Social Struggles in Archaic Rome: New Perspectives on the Conflict of the Orders, 2nd, Expanded and Updated Edition, 2005.[140] (Links to Ch. by Momigliano on the rise of the plebs in Archaic era)

Rasmussen, Susanne Willian, Public portents in republican Rome, L'ERMA di BRETSCHNEIDER, 2003. [141]

Richardson, Lawrence, A new topographical dictionary of ancient Rome, The Johns Hopkins University Press, 1992, [142]

Rigoglioso, Marguerite. "Persephone's sacred lake and the ancient female mystery religion in the womb of Sicily." Journal of Feminist Studies in Religion 21.2 (2005): 5+. Academic OneFile. Web. 5 Jan. 2011.[143] Seeking independent comment/confirmation of some of her assertions and speculations - caveats especially re: Gimbutas.

Rigsby, K. J., Graecolatina, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 1996 [144] "Roman Mysteries" - also available at jstor.

Romm, James S., The Edges of the Earth in Ancient Thought: Geography, Exploration, and Fiction, Princeton University Press, 1994. [145]

Rousselle, Robert, Liber-Dionysus in Early Roman Drama, The Classical Journal, Vol. 82, No. 3 (Feb. - Mar., 1987), pp. 193-198.[146]

Schultz, Celia E., Women's Religious Activity in the Roman Republic (Studies in the History of Greece and Rome), University of North Carolina Press, 2006. [147]

Link to search using "Ceres" - a whole can of worms for "priesthoods"

Schultz, Celia E., Harvey, Paul, (Eds), Religion in Republican Italy, Yale Classical Studies, 2006. [148]

Seaford, R. A. S., The Mysteries of Dionysos at Pompeii, in H. W. Stubbs (ed.), Pegasus: Classical Essays from the University of Exeter (1981) 52-67 at stoa.org/Diotima

Severy, Beth, Augustus and the family at the birth of the Roman Empire, (partial) pp 169-70 [149]

Sherwin-White, A N, Roman Citizenship preview [150]

Spaeth, Barbette Stanley, The Roman goddess Ceres, University of Texas Press, 1996. ISBN 9780292776937 [151]

Staples, Ariadne, From Good Goddess to vestal virgins: sex and category in Roman religion, Routledge, 1998. [152]

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Stewart, Roberta, Public office in early Rome: ritual procedure and political practice, University of Michigan Press, 1998. [154]

Stol, Marten, Epilepsy in Babylonia, STYX, 1993. a splendid fascination

Takács, Sarolta A., Politics and Religion in the Bacchanalian Affair of 186 B.C.E., Harvard Studies in Classical Philology, Vol. 100, (2000), pp. 301-310. [155]

Taylor, Alison, icky stuff on burials and stuff but alas, no previews of her books available.

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Vout, Caroline, Power and eroticism in Imperial Rome, illustrated, Cambridge University Press, 2007. ISBN 0-521-86739-8. Books.Google.co.uk

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Anon (open uni or OUP?): The significance of Imagines, (with footnotes) [162]

Interesting pdf - Fishwick, L. Munatius Hilarianus & the inscription of the Artemesii - (includes imagines in phratry and Impervious cult practice) [163]

Clodia: a sourcebook Julia Dyson Hejduk.

To be found[edit]

Wiseman, T. P. (1982) Pete nobiles amicos: Poets and Patrons in Late Republican Rome', in Gold, B. K. (ed.) (1982) Literary and Artistic Patronage in Ancient Rome. Austin. 28-49.

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