Publications

The Heroic Rulers of Archaic and Classical Greece (2013)<br /><a href='http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/staff/l_mitchell'>Lynette Mitchell</a> Every Inch a King (2012)<br /><a href='http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/classics/staff/l_mitchell'>Lynette Mitchell</a> and Charles Melville (eds) Alexander the Great. Myth, Genesis and Sexuality (2011)<br /><a href='http://humanities.exeter.ac.uk/staff/ogden'>Daniel Ogden</a>

Research Strands and Publications linked to the Centre include:

Macedonian and Hellenistic Dynasties:

  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 (2011) Alexander the Great: Myth, Genesis and Sexuality. Exeter.
  3. Mitchell, L. (2013) The Heroic Rulers of Archaic and Classical Greece, London, Bloomsbury Academic.
  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. 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. 
  8. Nicholson, E. (2018) ‘Philip V of Macedon, 'Eromenos of the Greeks': A Note and Reassessment,’ Hermes, 146, 241-255. 
  9. Ogden, D. (2021) Philip II of Macedon: A Biography. Routledge.
  10. Ogden, D. ed. (forthcoming) The Cambridge Companion to Alexander the Great. Under contract with CUP.
  11. Nicholson, E. (forthcoming) Philip V of Macedon in Polybios' Histories, Under contract OUP.

Polybius and Hellenistic historiography: 

  1. Nicholson, E. (2018) ‘Polybios, the Laws of War, and Philip V of Macedon,’ Historia - Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte, 67, 434-453. 
  2. Nicholson, E. (2020) ‘Hellenic Romans and Barbaric Macedonians: Polybius on Hellenism and Changing Hegemonic Powers,’ Ancient History Bulletin, 34.1-2, 38-73.  
  3. Nicholson, E. (2021) ‘Polybios and the Rise of Rome: Gramscian Hegemony, Intellectuals, and Passive Revolution,’ E. Zucchetti, A. M. Cimino (eds.) Antonio Gramsci and the Ancient World, Routledge.  
  4. Nicholson, E. (forthcoming) Philip V of Macedon in Polybios' Histories, Under contract with OUP.

Lucian and the literature of magic:

  1. Ogden, D. (2014) ‘The sorcerers of Lucian’s Philopseudes’ [in Japanese] supplementary pamphlet for Lucian III in the Kyoto Classical Texts series. Kyoto University Press, Kyoto, 2014. 2-5. 
  2. Ogden, D. (2019) ‘The waters of Daphne or The drakōn source again,’ Les Études classiques 87 [Special edition: M.-C. Beaulieu and P. Bonnechere eds.  L'eau dans la religion grecque: paysages, usages, mythologie], 41-63.  
  3. Ogden, D. (2020) ‘Lucian’s Chaldaean snakeblaster and the hagiographical dragon-fight tradition (yet again),’ G. Rocca and G. Bevilacqua (eds.) Gift of a Book: Studi in memoria di David Jordan. Edizioni dell’Orso, Alesssandria, Italy. 229-48.  

Late antique religion & literature:

  1. Van Nuffelen, P. (ed.), Monotheism between Christians and Pagans in Late Antiquity, Leuven, Peeters 2010.
  2. Collar, A. (2013) Religious Networks in the Roman Empire, CUP.
  3. Mitchell, S. (ed.), One God: Pagan Monotheism in the Roman Empire, CUP, 2010.
  4. Flower, R. (2016) Imperial Invectives against Constantius II: Athanasius of Alexandria, History of the Arians, Hilary of Poitiers, Against Constantius and Lucifer of Cagliari, The Necessity of Dying for the Son of God, Liverpool.
  5. Flower, R. & M. Ludlow (2020) Rhetoric and Religious Identity in Late Antiquity, OUP.  

Ancient Health & Medicine:

  1. Wilkins, J. (2012) Galien. Sur les facultés des aliments, Paris, Belles Lettres.
  2. Gill, C., T. Whitmarsh, & J. Wilkins (eds.) Galen and the World of Knowledge, CUP, 2009.
  3. Gill, C. (2009) The Structured Self in Hellenistic and Roman Thought, OUP.
  4. Baltussen, H., Clarke, J., & King, D., (eds.) Narrating Pain in the Ancient World. Brill. (forthcoming).