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Andujar, R; (2014) Review of S. Montiglio, Love and Providence: Recognition in the Ancient Novel (Oxford 2013). The Classical Review , 64 (1) 87 - 89.

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Gonis, N; (2014) 5185. Old Comedy; 5186. New Comedy (pp. 9–13); 5196. Aristophanes, Equites 716–26; 5197. Aristophanes, Plutus 881–97 (pp. 93–6); 5206. Petition? (155–6; with R-L Chang and J D Thomas); 5212. Order to Supply Meat to Mime-Actors; 5213. Order to Supply Meat to Athletes; 5214. Lease(?) of a Room (pp. 178–81). In: Parsons, PJ and Gonis, N, (eds.) The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXIX. Egypt Exploration Society: London.

Gonis, N; Morelli, F; (2014) A lady and an amir in a fruitful relationship. In: Dokumentarische Texte der Berliner Papyrussammlung. De Gruyter

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Henry, WB; Parsons, PJ; (2014) The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXIX. Graeco-Roman Memoirs: Vol.100. Egypt Exploration Society: London.

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Lecznar, AE; (2014) Soyinka's Bacchae: reading tragedy in postcolonial modernity. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).

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Mac Gorain, F; (2014) Review of E. Dekel, Virgil's Homeric Lens, 2012. The Classical Review , 64 (1) 121 - 123.

Manuwald, G; (2014) ‘Fact’ and ‘fiction’ in Roman historical epic. Greece and Rome , 61 (2) 204 - 221.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Caspar Barlaeus and the Delitiae Poetarum Scotorum. [Digital scholarly resource]. http://www.dps.gla.ac.uk/features/display/?fid=barlaeus1

Manuwald, G; (2014) Cicero. Understanding Classics. (1st ed.). I.B. Tauris: London, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Dido: concepts of a literary figure from Virgil to Purcell. Proceedings of the Virgil Society ? - ?. (In press).

Manuwald, G; (2014) Valerius Flaccus: 1980–2013. Lustrum ? - ?.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Censorship on the stage in Republican Rome? In: Baltussen, H, (ed.) Censorship in Antiquity. (? - ?).

Manuwald, G; (2014) Plautus and Terence in their Roman Contexts. In: Dinter, M, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Roman Comedy. (? - ?). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) The Reception of Republican Comedy in Antiquity. In: Dinter, M, (ed.) The Cambridge Companion to Roman Comedy. (? - ?). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) haut facul … femina una invenitur bona? Representations of Women in Republican Tragedy. In: Dutsch, D and James, SL, (eds.) Women in Roman Drama. (? - ?). University of Wisconsin Press: Madison, WI, US.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Valerius Flaccus’ Argonautica: Themes and Purpose. In: Fratantuano, L,, (ed.) Latin epic, 14–96 CE. (? - ?). : Oxford. (In press).

Manuwald, G; (2014) A triangular relationship: classical Latin literature in Thomas Campion’s Neo-Latin and English short poetry. In: Hacket, H,, (ed.) Early Modern Exchanges. (? - ?). : London, UK. (In press).

Manuwald, G; (2014) Letter-writing after Ovid: his impact on Neo-Latin verse epistles. In: Hardie, P and North, J and Mack, P, (eds.) The Afterlife of Ovid. (? - ?). Institute of Classical Studies: London, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Transmission and editions of Roman (Republican) tragedy. In: Harrison, G M,, (ed.) Brill’s Companion to Roman Tragedy. (? - ?). Brill: Leiden and Boston.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Neo-Latin verse epistles. In: Moul, V,, (ed.) A Companion to Neo-Latin Literature. (? - ?). Cambridge University Press: Cambridge, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Cicero as an interpreter of Terence. In: Papaioannou, S,, (ed.) Terence, interpreting. (? - ?). : Cambridge, UK.

Manuwald, G; (2014) Roman Tragedy. In: van Zyl Smit, B,, (ed.) The Reception of Greek Drama. (? - ?). : Oxford. (In press).

McAuley, M; (2014) Reproducing Rome: Motherhood in Virgil, Ovid, Seneca and Statius. Classical literature and gender theory. Oxford University Press (In press).

Mikellidou, K; (2014) Encounters with the Dead in Fifth-Century Drama. Doctoral thesis, UCL (University College London).

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Wyke, M; Pelling, C; (2014) Twelve voices from Greece and Rome: ancient ideas for modern times. Oxford University Press (In press).

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