Monographs

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Monographs 

1. G. L. Huxley, Anthemius of Tralles: A Study in Later Greek Geometry.  1959. [Link]

2. Emerson Buchanan, Aristotle’s Theory of Being. 1962. [Link]

3. Jack L. Benson, Ancient Leros. 1963. [Link]

4. William M. Calder III, The Inscription from Temple G at Selinus. 1963. [Link]

5. Mervin R. Dilts, ed., Heraclidis Lembi Excerpta Politiarum.  1971. [Link]

6. Eric G. Turner, The Papyrologist at Work.  1973. [Link]

7. Roger S. Bagnall, The Florida Ostraka: Documents from the Roman Army in Upper Egypt.  1976. [Link]

8. Graham Speake, A Collation of the Manuscripts of Sophocles’ Oedipus Coloneus.  1978. [Link]

9. Kevin K. Carroll, The Parthenon Inscription.  1982. [Link]

10. Studies Presented to Sterling Dow.  1984. [Link]

11. Michael H. Jameson, David R. Jordan, and Roy D. Kotansky, A Lex Sacra from Selinous.  1993. [Link]

Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Scholarly Aids

1. Index of Passages Cited in Herbert Weir Smyth Greek Grammar.  Compiled under the direction of Walter A. Schumann.  1961. [Link]

2. Sterling Dow, Conventions in Editing.  1969. [Link]

Out of series

Keith Stanley, A Generation of Antiquities: The Duke Classical Collection 1964-1994 (1994). [Link]