Forthcoming

GRBS 64.3:

Spiridon Capotos, “Short Accusatives in Hesiod: A Diachronic Approach to an Un-Homeric Feature"

The form -ăs reflects the progressive acquisition of poetic status of some mainland dialects at a later stage in the Panhellenic tradition that had produced the Homeric poems.

Hüseyin Uzunoğlu and Zerrin Aydın Tavukçu, “New Lists of Foreign Judges from Alabanda in Caria"

Inscriptions of the second century A.D. reveal the survival in Imperial times of the use of foreign judges at Alabanda as at neighboring Mylasa, most coming from other parts of Asia Minor.

Julián Bértola and Anthony Ellis, “The Lost Poems on the Muses by Theodoros Gazes"

Recently discovered in the margins of a ms. of Herodotus of 1480, the poems are published together with an introduction on the social contexts of their composition and transmission.

Dimitrios Nikou, “A Compilation of Excerpts from John Xiphilinus’ Epitome"

Unpublished excerpts from Xiphilinus contained in Paris.gr. 1310 serve to illustrate the personal interests of a reader of Roman history in the fifteenth century.