The Macedonian and Hellenistic Dynasties

Recent and current projects include:

  1. Mitchell, L. (2007) ‘Born to rule? The Argead royal succession’, in W. Heckel, P. Wheatley, & L. Tritle (eds.), Alexander’s Empire: Formulation to Decay, Claremont,  61-74. 
  2. D. Ogden (2009) Alexander the Great: Myth, Genesis and Sexuality. Exeter. 
  3. Mitchell, L. (2012) ‘The women of ruling families in archaic and classical Greece’, CQ 62, 1-21.  
  4. Mitchell, L. (2013) ‘Alexander the Great: divinity and the rule of law’, in L. Mitchell & C. Melville (eds.), Every Inch a King, Leiden, 91-107. 
  5. Ogden, D. (2013) ‘The Alexandrian foundation myth: Alexander, Ptolemy, the agathoi daimones and the argolaoi’ in V. Alonso-Troncoso and E. Anson eds. After Alexander: The Time of the Diadochoi. Oxbow: Oxford. 241-52. 
  6. Ogden, D. (2013) ‘The Ptolemaic foundation legends’ in S. Ager and R. Faber eds. Belonging and Isolation in the Hellenistic World. Phoenix Supplementary Volume 51. University of Toronto Press: Toronto. 184-98. 
  7. Ogden, D. (2017) The Legend of Seleucus: Kingship, Narrative and Mythmaking. CUP: Cambridge.  xiv + 386 pp. Paperback edition, 2020.  
  8. Nicholson, E. (2018) ‘Philip V of Macedon, 'Eromenos of the Greeks': A Note and Reassessment,’ Hermes, 146, 241-255.  
  9. Nicholson, E. (2018) ‘Polybios, the Laws of War, and Philip V of Macedon,’ Historia - Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte, 67, 434-453.  
  10. Nicholson, E. (2020) ‘Hellenic Romans and Barbaric Macedonians: Polybius on Hellenism and Changing Hegemonic Powers,’ Ancient History Bulletin, 34.1-2, 38-73.  
  11. Ogden, D. (2021) Philip II of Macedon: A Biography. Routledge. 
  12. Ogden, D. ed. (forthcoming) The Cambridge Companion to Alexander the Great. Under contract with Cambridge.