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Dissertations

This is very much a preliminary list. Though all Bryn Mawr Ph.D.s and their dissertations in these fields are listed, records of later publication are still being compiled. In some rare cases, dissertation directors still need to be ascertained. (TCB)

Abbreviations:

CSBE = W.W. Briggs and W.M. Calder III (edd.), Classical Scholarship: A Biographical Encyclopedia (New York and London 1990)

BDNAC = Ward W. Briggs, Jr. (ed.) Biographical Dictionary of North American Classicists (Greenwood Press: Westport, CT and London, 1994)


Greek

1895. Franklin, Susan Braley. Traces of epic influence in the tragedies of Aeschylus. [Published Baltimore : Friedenwald, 1895. 81 pp.] {Director: H.W. Smyth}

1897. Warren (later Wilson), Winifred. A study of conjunctional temporal clauses in Thukydides. [Berlin : Unger, 1897; see also summary in TAPhA 28 (1897) lxi-lxv]. {Directors: H.W. Smyth and G. Lodge}

1905. Claflin, Edith Frances. The syntax of the Boetian dialect inscriptions. [Published Baltimore, Md., The Lord Baltimore Press, 1905. 93 p. = Bryn Mawr College Monograph series, v. 3]. {?Directors: H.W. Smyth and G. Lodge}. bio/bibliography: W.W. Briggs, Jr. in BDNAC p. 96.

1905. Willis, Gwendolen Brown. The Ancient gods in Greek romance. [Published Chicago, 1905]. 53 pp. {?Director: H.N. Sanders}

1913. Swindler, Mary Hamilton. Cretan elements in the cults and ritual of Apollo. [Published as Bryn Mawr College Monographs XIII]. {Director: H.N. Sanders}

1917. Darkow, Angela Charlotte. The spurious speeches in the Lysianic corpus. [Published Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1917]. 95 pp. {Director: W.C. Wright}

1923. Milne, Marjorie Josephine. A study in Alcidamas and his relation to contemporary sophistic [Published Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1924. 64 pp.]. {Director: H.N. Sanders}

1924. Smith, Edith Marion. Naukratis, a chapter in the history of the hellenization of Egypt. [Published Vienna, Austria, 1926. 88 pp.]. {Director: W.C. Wright}

1940. Tolles, Delight. The banquet-libations of the Greeks. 151 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1941. Wyckoff, Elizabeth Porter. Pindar's handling of ethical problems raised by traditional mythology. 111 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1942. Lever, Katherine. Early Tudor drama and old Greek comedy: a study of didactic and satiric plays. 309 pp. [Published Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1942] {Directors: R. Carpenter and S.C. Chew}

1944. Lang, Mabel. Biographical patterns of folklore and morality in Herodotus' History. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1949. Lyding (later Will), Elizabeth. Homeric enjambement. {Directors: M. Lang and R. Lattimore}

1951. Reesor, Margaret Elaine. The political theory of the Old and Middle Stoa. 143 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1952. Boulter, Elizabeth Patricia Neils. The Heraclidae of Euripides, an introduction and commentary. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1954. Hughes, Barbara Lenore. The dramatic use of imagery in Aeschylus. 162 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1955. Bacon, Helen Hazard. Barbarians in Greek tragedy. 182 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1956. Townsend (later Vermeule), Emily Dickinson. Bacchylides and lyric style. 107 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1967. Schmidt, Alesandra McCoy. Pindar: the eighth Nemean. 147 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

1968. Matsen, Patricia Paden. Hesiod's Works and Days and Homeric oral poetry. 162 pp. {Directors: R. Lattimore and M. Lang}

1970. Hunter, Virgina Joyce. Paradeigma and Pattern in Thucydides' History. A Study of Motivation and Structure. 332 pp. [Published as Thucydides: The Artful Reporter (Hakkert: Toronto 1973)]. {Director: M. Lang}

1971. Abbott, Ann Margaret. The wise man in Euripides. {Director: R. Lattimore}

Cederstrom, Eleanor Ross. A study of the nature and function of dreams in Greek tragedy. 242 pp. {Director: R. Lattimore}

Woodside, Lisa Nicole. Proliferation of incident and symbol in certain themes in the Iliad. 141 pp. {Director: M. Lang}

1978. Demand, Nancy. Thebes in the fifth century. 240 pp. {Director: M. Lang}

1980. Rowland, Ingrid Drake. Hieros aner [microform] : an interpretation of the "Holy Man" in classical Greece. 151 pp. {Director: G. Dickerson}

1982. Roth, Paul Andrew. Mantis: the nature, function, and status of a Greek prophetic type. v + 312 pp. {Director: G. Dickerson}

1984. Burgess, Dana Livingston. Late Euripidean narrative. v + 176 pp. {Director: R. Hamilton}

1986. Barnes, Harry R. Studies in the diction and meter of early Greek elegy. {Director: R. Hamilton}

1987. Olson, S. Douglas. Poetic purposes and internal logical incoherence in four Aristophanic comedies. 158 pp. {Directors: G. Dickerson and R. Hamilton}

1989. Gordon, Pamela. Diogenes of Oenoanda: Epicureanism in the second Sophistic. 199 pp. {Director: J.H. Gaisser}

1996. Fletcher, Judith. The power to tell: Gender, communication and the tragic chorus. {Directors: G. Dickerson and R. Hamilton}

Kantzios, Ippokratis. The evolving identity of archaic Greek iambus. {Director: R. Hamilton}

1998. Sternberg, Rachel Hall. Pity and Pragmatism: A Study of Athenian Attitudes toward Compassion in Fifth and Fourth Century Historiography and Oratory. {Directors: T.C. Brennan and R. Hamilton}

2001. Goldstein, Ann Deborah. The Hippocratic Treatise {Directors: R. Hamilton and W.D. Smith}

Classical Languages

1993. Abrahamsen, Laura. The tragedy of identity in Senecan drama. ii + 176 pp. {Director: J. Gaisser}

Sacks, Edward S. The web of change in Ovid's Metamorphoses. viii + 255 pp. {Director: J. Gaisser}

Classical Studies

1996. Salowey, Christina Antonia. The Peloponnesian Herakles: Cults and Labors. {Directors: G. Dickerson and B. Ridgway}

Latin

1897. Emery (later Allinson), Anne Crosby. The historical present in early Latin. [Published Ellsworth ME, 1897.] {Directors: H.W. Smyth and G. Lodge}

1902. Ritchie, Mary Helen. A study of conditional and temporal clauses in Pliny the Younger. [Published Philadelphia : Avil, 1902. 57 pp.]. {Director: G. Lodge}

1904. Perkins (later Lyders), Elizabeth Mary. The expression of customary action of state in early Latin : A study in tense functions. [Published Wash., 1904. 78 pp.] {Director: A.L. Wheeler}

1911. Coulter, Cornelia Catlin. Retractatio in the Ambrosian and Palatine recensions of Plautus; a study of the Persa, Poenulus, Pseudolus, Stichus and Trinummus. [Published Baltimore, J.H. Furst, 1911. 120 pp.] . {Directors: A.L. Wheeler, T. Frank}. bio/bibliography: Betty Nye Quinn in BDNAC pp. 114-115.

1912. Taylor, Lily Ross. The cults of Ostia. 98 pp. [Published as Bryn Mawr College Monographs XI]. {Director: T. Frank}

1915. Duckett, Eleanor Shipley. Studies in Ennius. [Published Bryn Mawr PA, 1915.] {Director: T. Frank}

1918. Park, Marion Edwards. The Plebs in Cicero's day. A study of their provenance and of their employment. [Published Cambridge, MA 1918. 90 pp.] {Director: T. Frank}

1920. Adams (later Holland), Louise E.W.Ý A study in the commerce of Latium from the early iron age through the sixth century B.C. 72 pp. {Director: T. Frank}. bio/bibliography: T.R.S. Broughton in BDNAC pp. 287-289

Byrne, Alice Hill. Titus Pomponius Atticus. Chapters from a biography. 81 pp. {Director: T. Frank}

Wieand (later Cole), Helen Emma.Ý Deception in Plautus: a study in the technique of Roman comedy. [Published Boston : R. G. Badger, 1920. 201 pp.] {Director: A.L. Wheeler}

1931. Rosenzweig, Irene.The ritual and cults of pre-Roman Iguvium. 139 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1933. Abaecherli (later Boyce), Aline l. The institution of the imperial cult in the western provinces of the Roman empire. 149 pp. [Published in edited form in Studi e materiali di storia delle religioni 11 (Bologna 1935) 153-86]. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1934. Baldwin (later Rich), Faith P. Gaius Asinius Pollio: a biography and historical study. 120 pp. [Published in edited form as The activities of C. Asinius Pollio, 42-38 B. C. and their connection with the eighth and fourth Eclogues of Vergil (Chicago, 1944) 38 pp.] {Director: not ascertained}

Lake (later Michels), Agnes Kirsopp. Campana supellex : the pottery deposit at Minturnae. 58 pp. [Published Rome, 1935.] {Directors: L.R. Taylor and L.A. Holland}

Marti, Berthe Marie. The adoration of the Roman emperor from Augustus to Charlemagne. 150 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1935. Goodfellow, Charlotte Elizabeth. Roman citizenship; a study of its territorial and numerical expansion from the earliest time to the death of Augustus. [Published Lancaster, Pa., Lancaster Press, inc. 1935. 124 pp.] {Directors: L.R. Taylor and T.R.S. Broughton}

1937. Deutsch (later Bagnall), Rosamund Esther. The pattern of sound in Lucretius. 2 vols. 236 pp. [Published ?Bryn Mawr PA, 1939. 188 pp.] {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1939. Savage, Susan May. The cults of ancient Trastevere. [published in Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome XVII (1940)]. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1939. Tait, Jane Isabella Marion.Philodemus' influence on the Latin poets. [Published Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1941]. v + 118 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1940. Broome (later Downs), Emma Hope. The Peshitto as a revision: its background in Syria and Greek texts of Mark. 187 pp. {Director: not ascertained}

Holzworth, Jean. An unpublished commentary on Ovid's Fasti. 217 pp. [Published in edited form as "Hugutio's Derivationes and Arnulfus' Commentary on Ovid's Fasti", TAPhA 73 (1942) 259-276.] {Director: B. Marti}

Patterson, Marcia l. Roman magistrates during the Second Punic War. 354 pp. [Published in edited form in TAPhA 73 (1942) 319-40; see also T.R.S. Broughton "with the collaboration of Marcia L. Patterson", Magistrates of the Roman Republic I (New York 1951) 237-323] {Director: T.R.S. Broughton}

1941. Alston, Jessie Winifred. The Heraclids. 229 pp. {Director: R. Carpenter} (Apparently a Latin Ph.D.?)

1942. Gruber, Hester Jane. Civitates liberae under the Roman republic. [?Published Bryn Mawr, Pa. 1942]. {Director: T.R.S. Broughton}

1950. Russell (later White), Helen Elizabeth.Ý Insignia of office as rewards in the Roman Republic: Advancement in rank under the Roman republic as a reward for the soldier and the public prosecutor. 92 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1951. Hoffman (later Lewis), Martha Wilson. The membership of the four major colleges of priests from 44 B.C. to 37 A.D. 180 pp. [Published as The official priests of Rome under the Julio-Claudians. American Academy in Rome Papers and Monographs XVI (Rome 1955)]. {Directors: L.R. Taylor and T.R.S. Broughton}

1952. Hoy, Louise E. Price. Political influence in Roman prosecutions, 75 B.C. to 60 B.C.: with a listing of the trials. 136 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

Uhlfelder, Myra L. De proprietate sermonum vel rerum. [Published in MAAR 1954]. {Director: B. Marti}

1954. Stanley, Alice D. Lucius Aemilius Paullus. 156 pp. {Director: T.R.S. Broughton}

1955. Taylor (later Bishop), Doris M.Ý Cosa: black glaze pottery. 213 pp. + plates. {Director: A. Michels}

Halle (later Lenaghan), Lydia. A study of moralization in Livy. 207 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

1961. Wilkinson (later Rawson), Beryl Marie. The names of children in Roman imperial epitaphs: a study of social conditions in the lower classes. 200 pp. {Director: L.R. Taylor}

1962. Forte, Bettie L. Greek sentiment towards Rome and the Romans: a study in Graeco-Roman relations. 353 pp. {Director: T.R.S. Broughton}

Geffcken, Katherine A. A dominant structural pattern in the poems of Catullus: its use and its relation to other structural devices. 222 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

Heibges, Ursula Margarete. The religious beliefs of Cicero's time as reflected in his speeches. 174 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

Jones, Dargan. Horace's idea of poetry and the poet. 288 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

1965. Esler, Carol Clemeau. Joseph of Exeter's Bellum Troianum: a literary study and English translation. 301 pp. {Director: B. Marti}

1968. Broege, Valerie Anne. The political career of Lucius Calpurnius Piso Caesoninus. iv + 148 pp. {Director: M. Uhlfelder}

Le Moine (later Midelfort), Fannie John. A litererary re-evaluation of the De Nuptiis Philologiae et Mercurii of Martianus Capella. 310 pp. [Published as Martianus Capella: A Literary Re-Evaluation in Münchener Beiträge zur Mediävistik und Renaissance-Forschung 10 (Munich 1972) 245 pp.] {Director: M. Uhlfelder}

MacKay, Theodora Stillwell. Olba in Rough Cilicia. xxii + 242 pp. + 10 leaves of plates.

Robbins, Mary Ann Staples. Heroes and men in Livy 1-10. 299 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

1970. Hunt, John Mortimer. The Aegritudo perdicae. Edited with translation and commentary. 207 pp. {Director: M. Uhlfelder}

1971. Dickison, Sheila K. The Genius Populi Romani. 2 vols. 170 pp. + plates. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1972. Fromchuck, Arlene H. The concept of Fides in the Histories of Tacitus. 240 pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1973. Pearcy, Lee T. Tacitus' use of species, imago, effigies, and simulacrum. 195 pp. {Director: A. Michels}

Stevens, Henry J., Jr. Lorenzo Valla's Elegantiae: a humanistic view of the Latin language. 92 pp. {Director: M. Uhlfelder}

1978. Gibbes, Catherine Spotwood. The Roman Republican denarii of M. Metellus Q.f., C. Serveilius, and Q. Maximus: a numismatic and historical study. 58 pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1980. Salzman, Michele Renee. Studies on the Calendar of 354. 2v. 210 pp. + 89 pp. of plates. [Published as On Roman time : the codex-calendar of 354 and the rhythms of urban life in late antiquity. Berkeley : University of California Press (1990). xxii + 315 pp., [46] p. of plates] {Director: R.T. Scott}

1981. Taddei, Rosemarie Madeleine. A stylistic and structural study of Prudentius' Hamartigenia. iv + 282 pp. {Director: M. Uhlfehlder}

1986. Burke, Brian Charles. Cicero the champion of virtus. 193 pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1987. Dulabahn, Elizabeth Snowden. Studies on the Laterculus of Polemius Silvius. 2, iii + 253 [+ 1] pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

Edwards (later Welch), Stephanie Justin. Parody and poetics in the Satires of Juvenal. 342 pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1988. Gowing, Alain M. The triumviral period in Appian and Cassius Dio. vii + 425 pp. [Published as The triumviral narratives of Appian and Cassius Dio. Ann Arbor: Univ. of Michigan Press (1992). xiii + 374 pp.] {Director: D. Potter}

1993. Slagter, Matthew J. Transitio ad plebem: the exchange of patrician for plebeian status. xxvi + 297 pp. {Director: G. Forsythe}

1994.Rose, Jonathan S. Parthenius of Nicaea and the rise of Alexandrianism at Rome. 191 pp. {Director: J. Gaisser}

Weston, Edward T. Lucan the satirist. 347 pp. {Director: R.T. Scott}

1996. Sargent, Jeanette L. The novelty of Ovid's Heroides: Libretti for Pantomime. {Director: J. Gaisser}

1998. George, Lisa Rengo. "Enticers, Destroyers, Ruin of Young Men": Reading the Plautine Meretrix. {Director: R. T. Scott}

Lackie, Pamela Delia. The Commander's Consilium in Republican Rome. {Director: T.C. Brennan}

2000. Celia E. Schultz. Women in Roman Republican Religion {Director: R.T. Scott}

2001. Kuyat, David Jesse. Doctus lector: Propertius Book Three and Horace's Odes.{Director: J. Gaisser}

2003. Johnston, William Marshall, Jr. Cornelius Nepos: the Historian and His Tradition. {Directors: R.T. Scott, T.C. Brennan}

2004. Faris, Suzanne Bringier. How Much Is Too Much? Eruditio, Identity, and the Bonus Vir Dicendi Peritus. {Director: R.T. Scott}

2005. Klaassen, Elizabeth Kennedy.  Ethnicity and Empire:  Vergilian Imitation in Silius Italicus' Punica. {Director: R.T. Scott}

Classical and Near Eastern Archaeology, Assyrian and Semitic Studies

NB: This is very much a preliminary list; though I think all actual Bryn Mawr Ph.D.s and their dissertations-save three or four (duly noted)-in these fields are listed, I have just started assembling publication records and in all cases still need to ascertain names of dissertation directors. (TCB)

1906. Hayward (later Dohan), Edith Hall. Decorative art of Crete in the Bronze Age. [Published in Transactions of the Department of Archaeology of the University of Pennsylvania v. 2 part 1, Philadelphia, 1907. 47 pp.]

1907. Hussey, Mary Inda. Some Sumerian-Babylonian hymns of the Berlin Collection. [Ph.D. in Assyrian]

1910. Ogden, Ellen Seton. The origin of the Gunu-Signs in Babylonian. [Ph.D. in Assyrian]

1912. Bowerman, Helen Cox.Roman sacrificial altars. An archaeological study of monuments in Rome. [Published Lancaster, PA 1913].

1918. Rambo, Eleanor Ferguson. Lions in Greek art. 49 pp

1920. Brooks, Beatrice Allard. A contribution to the study of the moral practices of certain social groups in ancient Mesopotamia. [Published Leipzig: W. Drugulin, 1921. 90 pp.].

1922. Macdonald, Janet M. The uses of symbolism in Greek art. 59 pp.

1933. Pease, Mary Zelia (Philippides). A Catalogue of the Greek Vases in the Collection of Albert Gallatin in New York City.

1934. Burr (later Thompson), Dorothy. Terra-cottas from Myrina in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. 118 pp. [Published Vienna: A. Holzhausens Nachfolger, 1934. v + 86 pp. + 25 leaves of plates].

Grace, Virginia Randolph. The stamped amphora handles found in the American excavations in the Athenian agora 1931-1932: a catalogue treated as a chronological study. [Published Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1934; published also in Hesperia].

1935. Shoe (later Merritt), Lucy Taxis. Profiles of Greek mouldings. 3v. including plates. [Published Cambridge, Mass.: Harvard University Press, 1936].

1936. Shephard, Katherine. Sea-monsters in Greek and Etruscan art. 142 pp.

1937. Goldman, Hetty. Excavations at Gözlü Kulle, Tarsus. 3 vs. + plates [see AJA 42 (1938)].

1939 (?). Ehrich, Ann Marie Hoskin. Early pottery of the Jebeleh region. [Published with Appendices by Dorothy Wyckoff and E. O. Forrer. Philadelphia, The American Philosophical Society, 1939. v + 132 pp. + plates].

1941. Campbell, Mary Thorne. Later Corinthian pottery. 157 pp.

1942. Elford, Alva Doris. Architectural terracottas in the Greek archaic period. 225 pp..

Robbins, Cleta Olmstead. Ionic chiton-clad maidens of the fifth century. [Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1942. x + 114 pp. + plates].

1943. Immerwahr, Sara Anderson. The Mycenaean pictorial style of vase painting in the thirteenth century. [ Bryn Mawr, Pa., 1943; 183 pp. + plates].

1946. Campbell (later Roebuck), Mary Thorne. Later Corinthian pottery. [Bryn Mawr, Pa., c1946. xvii + 216 pp.].

1950. Jones, Frances Follin. The Pottery-Chapter VI of Excavations at Gozlu Kule, Tarsus, Vol. 1, The Hellenistic and Roman Periods, edited by Hetty Goldman.

1951. Bodula, Ida. Sumerian affiliations: a plea for reconsideration. 168 pp.

1955. Grandjouan, Claireve. Plastic lamps of Imperial times from the Athenian Agora. 206 pp. [Published in American School of Classical Studies Athenian Agora series (1961)].

Taylor, Doris M. Cosa: black glaze pottery. 213 pp. + plates.

1956. Smithson, Evelyn Lord. A study of the find-groups of Submycenaean, Protogeometric and earliest Geometric date from the excavations of the Athenian Agora, 1931-1955.

1958. Kohler, Ellen Lucile. A study of the wood and ivory carvings from Gordion, Phrygia (c. 750-500 B.C.). 173 pp. + 25 pl.

Ridgway, Brunilde Sismondo. Observations on style and chronology of some archaic sculptures. 358 pp. + [43] leaves of plates.

1959. Ashmead, Ann W. Harnwell. A study of the style of the cup painter Onesimos. 356 pp. + plates.

Vorys, Jeanny Esther (Canby). "Tesup" figurines and Anatolian art of the second millenium B.C. 151 pp.

1961. Spence, Emily Marie. Studies in the topography and history of the Argolid in the fifth century B.C. 279 pp.

1962. Carter, Theresa Howard. Studies in Kassite history and archaeology. 317 pp. plates.

1964. Haviland, Diantha Sibley. The early group of Cretan seals. 326 pp. + 102 leaves.

1967. Bookidis, Nancy. A study of the use and geographical distribution of architectural sculpture in the archai period (Greece, East Greece and Magna Graecia). 3 vols. 529 pp. + 22 plates.

Shaw, Maria Coutroubaki. An evaluation of possible affinities between Egyptian and Minoan wall paintings before the New Kingdom. 187 pp.

1968. Handler, Susan (Auth). The architecture of Alexandria in Egypt as depicted on the Alexandrian bronze coinage of the Roman Imperial period. 258 pp.

Shear, Ione Mylonas. Mycenean domestic architecture. 3 v. 709 pp. + plates.

1969. De Puma, Richard Daniel. The Roman Fish mosaic. 2 v.

Miller (later -Collett), Stella G. Hellenistic Macedonian architecture : its style and painted ornamentation. 2 v. 283 pp. + plates.

1971. Duryea, Dian. The Kizilbel tomb : an archaic painted tomb near Elmali, Turkey. vii + 188 pp.

Edlund, Ingrid E.M. [?Gantz] (Edlund-Berry). The seated statues from Poggio Civitate (Murlo). 2 v. 344 pp. + plates.

Sheldon, Diane Grossman. A study of Mesopotamian ivories pre-1,000 B.C. 205 pp. + plates.

Sturgeon, Mary C. The theater frieze at Corinth. 2 v. 377 pp. + plates.

1972. Boggess, Elizabeth Chalfont MacNeil. The development of the Attic pithos. x + 326 pp. + lxvii leaves of plates.

McAllister, Marian Holland. The fortifications of ancient Halieis. xii + 159 + [13] pp. + 18 leaves of plates.

Young, Ellen. The Slaying of the Minotaur: evidence in art and literature for the development of the myth, 700-400 B.C. 180 pp. + plates.

1973. Bordaz, Louise Alpers. The metal artifacts from the Bronze Age excavations at Karatas-Semayuk, Turkey and their significance on Anatolia, the Near East, and the Aegean. 2 v. 345 pp.

Caskey, Miriam Ervin. Relief pithoi: a survey of some eighth and seventh century groups from mainland Greece, Crete and the Aegean. 170 pp. + plates.

Georgiou, Hara S. A study of the form and function of a select group of Minoan utilitarian ceramics. 2 v. 505 pp.

Wheeler, Tamara Stech. The early Bronze Age burial customs of Karatas-Semayük. 3 v. 184 pp.

1974. Bridges, Robert Alden Jr. Mycenaean Tholos tombs (an architectural study). 239 pp. + maps.

MacIntosh (later Turfa), Jean. Etruscan-Punic relations. 203 pp.

Nielsen, Erik O. The Murlo Ivories. 3 v. 417 pp. + plates.

Rupp, David William. Greek altars of the northeastern Peloponnese c. 750/725 BC to c. 300/275 BC. 537 pp. + plates.

Winter, Nancy a. Terracotta representations of human heads used as architectural decoration in the archaic period. 2 v. 181 pp. + plates.

1975. Humphrey, John Halstead. Studies toward a corpus of Roman circuses. 113 pp. + plates.

Iliaki, Alexandra Patrianakou. Mycenaean ivories: a study of three classes of objects : combs, pyxides and mirror handles. xvii + 233 pp. + [42] leaves of plates.

1976. Bonn, Anne Greenwald. The domestic architecture of early Bronze Age Palestine. xvii + 189 pp. + [15] leaves of plates.

Root, Margaret Louise Cool. The king and kingship in early Achaemenid sculpture: essays on the creation of an iconography of empire. 3 v. 376 pp. + plates.

Warner, Jayne Lena. The early Bronze Age domestic architecture of Karatas-Semayük and its relationship to the domestic architecture of Anatolia, the Aegean and the Balkans. 2 v. 277 pp. + plates.

Weis, Harriett Anne. The hanging Marsyas: the origin and history of a statue. 88 pp. + catalogue + plates.

1977. Goldberg, Marilyn Y. Types and distribution of archaic Greek akroteria. x + 403 + [16] pp.

1978. Eslick, Christine. The neolithic and chalcolithic pottery of the Elmali plain, south-western Turkey. 2 v. 246 pp. + plates.

Kane, Susan E. Draped female sculpture from the sanctuary of Demeter and Persephone at Cyrene. 2 v. 247 pp. + plates.

Slane, Kathleen Warner. Early Roman Terra Sigillata and its local imitations from the post-war excavations at Corinth.

Warden, P. Gregory. The metal artifacts from Poggio Civitate (Murlo). 2 v. 553 pp. + plates.

Wright, James Clinton. Mycenaean masonry practices and elements of construction. 2 v. 287 pp. + plates.

Wright, Kathleen Slane. Early Roman terra sigillata and its local imitations from the post-war excavations at Corinth. 2 v. 490 pp. + plates.

1979. Albertson, Frederick Carl. The sculptured portraits of Lucius Verus and Marcus Aurelius (A.D. 161-180): creation and dissemination of portrait types. 2 v. 504 pp.

Hollinshead, May Brooks Berg. Legend, cult, and architecture at three sanctuaries of Artemis. 284 pp. + notes + plates.

1980. Anderson, Gunlög Elisabeth. The common cemetery at Gordion. xxi + 385 pp. + [63] leaves of plates.

Wisseman, Sarah Underhill.. The archaeological evidence for Etruscan games. vi + 329 pp. + [ 4] leaves + [32] leaves of plates.

1981. Barletta, Barbara A. The Ionic component in the monumental art of archaic Sicily. 306 pp. + 55 leaves of plates.

Belson, Janer Danforth. The gorgoneion in Greek architecture. 2 v. 225 pp.

Muhly, Polymnia. Minoan libation tables. ii + 443 pp. + 43 leaves of plates.

Steiner, Ann R. Herakles and the lion in Attic art, 575-450 B.C. v + 286 pp. + [24] leaves.

Van Hulsteyn, Yildiz Phillips. Urartian built and rock-cut tombs. viii + 210 pp. + ca. 100 leaves of plates.

1982. Dohan, Katherine Ely. Hypodemata: the study of Greek footwear and its chronological value. xii + 286 pp. + 14 leaves of plates.

Fullerton, Mark David. Archaistic draped statuary in the round of the classical, hellenistic and Roman periods. xvi + 362 pp. + [106] leaves of plates.

Ozgen, Ilknur. A study of Anatolian and East Greek costume in the Iron Age. xix + 301 pp. + 92 leaves of plates.

Szeliga, George. The Dioskouroi on the roof: archaic and classical equestrian acroteria in Sicily and south Italy. 228 pp.

1983. Lyons, Claire Louise. The archaic necropolis of Morgantina (Serra Orlando), Sicily. xix + 419 leaves + 129 leaves of plates (some folded).

Munn, Mary Lou Zimmerman. Corinthian trade with the west in the Classical period. 2 v. 415 pp. + plates.

1984. Connelly, Joan Breton. Cypriot Hellenistic votive sculpture: typology and workshops. 295 pp. + plates.

Hartswick, Kim J. Roman copies of fifth century head types. xxii, 227 pp. + [72] leaves of plates.

Lacy, Lamar Ronald. The myth of Aktaion: literary and iconographic studies. x + 275 pp. + 39 leaves of plates.

Leinwand, Nancy Westneat. A study of Anatolian weathergods of the Old Assyrian Colony period. xxvi + 304 pp. + 97 leaves of plates.

Peirce, Sarah MacMorran. The representation of animal sacrifice in Attic vase-painting, 580-380 B.C. 3 v. 386 pp. + [290] leaves of plates

1985. Bassett, Sarah E. 'Omnium paene urbium nuditate': the reuse of antiquities in Constantinople, fourth through sixth centuries 2 v. 408 pp.

Rehak, Paul. Ara Pietatis Augustae or Ara Gentis Iuliae? A study of the reliefs. 3 v.

1986. Harnett, Erika Bystrzycki. The sculpture of Roman Minturnae. 2 vols. 384 pp. + 101 leaves of plates.

Holden, Antonia von Korff. The late Roman figural pavements of the Tenth Augustan Region. 2 v. + plates.

1987. Slane, Dorothy A. (Slane-Ozturk), 1956-. Middle and late Bronze Age architecture and pottery in Gozlu Kule, Tarsus: a new analysis. 484 pp. + [188] leaves of plates.

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1988. Bloom, Joanne B. Material remains of the neo-Assyrian presence in Palestine and Transjordan. 351 pp. + 61 pp.

Hedreen, Guy. Silens in Attic black-figure vase-painting: myth and performance. 294 pp. + 91 plates.

1989. Webb, Pamela A. Figural scupture in Hellenistic architecture, Asia Minor and the Aegean Islands. 2 v. x + 564 pp. + various additions.

1990. Ajootian, Aileen. Natus Biformis: Hermaphrodites in Greek and Roman Art.

1991. Denton, Branwen E. The late second millennium B.C. in the Arab/Iranian Gulf. xiii + 323 pp.

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Hornum, Michael. Nemesis, the Roman state, and the games. 280 pp.

Klein, Nancy Louise. The origin of the Doric order on the mainland of Greece: form and function of the geison in the Archaic period. xv + 258 pp.

Krattenmaker, Kathleen. Minoan architectural representation. 2 v. 454 pp. + plates.

Lambropoulou, Anastasia. The middle Helladic period in the Corinthia and the Argolid: an archaeological survey. 1 v. 391 pp. (various pagings).

Marzal, John R. Representation of the Gauls in the Hellenistic and Roman period. 3 v. 528 pp. + plates.

Mersereau, Rebecca. Prehistoric architectural models from the Aegean. xix + 396 pp. + [137] leaves of plates.

Ozyar, Asli. Architectural relief sculpture at Karkamish, Malatya, and Tell Halaf: a technical and iconographic study. 2 v. xvi + 231 pp. + 22, 66 leaves of plates.

1992. Dickey, Keith. Corinthian burial customs, ca. 1100 to 550 BC. 2 v.

Reilly,Joan. The imagery of female adornment on ancient Athenian funeral reliefs. 3 v. 266 + 269 pp. + plates.

1993. Berkin, Jon. The Orientalizing Bucchero from the lower building at Poggio Civitate (Murlo). 2 v. 281 pp. text + vol. of plates.

Ersoy, Yasar E. Clazomenae: the archaic settlement. 3 vols. 2 vols. text (447 pp.) + 1 vol. plates.

Houghtalin, Liane. The personifications of the Roman provinces. 3 vols. 2 vs. text (568 pp.) + plates.

Scott, Ann Reynolds. Cosa: the black-glaze pottery revisited. 2v. 339 pp. + plates.

Vogeikoff, Natalia. Hellenistic pottery from the south slope of the Athenian Acropolis. 2 v. 187 pp. + plates.

1994. Francis, Jane E. Reality and illusions: A formal analysis of two-dimensional late Hellenistic/Roman statuary.

Newland, Danielle M. The akroterial sculpture and architectural terracottas from the upper building at Murlo. 2 v. 347 pp. + 187 plates.

Smith, Joanna S. Seals for sealing in the late Cypriot period. 386 pp.

1995. Jones, Susan C. Crafted Gifts: An examination of free-standing Greek Geometric Anthropomorphic bronzes: their technology, chronology, and iconography. 2 v. 258 pp. + 187 pp., tables and plates.

1996. Miller, J. Cinder Griffin. Temple and statue: A study of practices in Ancient Greece.

1997. Knoblauch, Ann-Marie. Myth and media in the Greek world: The meaning of the satyr in the Archaic and Classical Periods.

Kosmopoulou, Angeliki. Greek Relief Bases for statuary from the Archaic Period to the end of the 4th century B.C..

Van de Moortel, Aleydis M.P.A. The transition from the Protopalatial to the Neopalatial Society in south-central Crete: A ceramic perspective.

1998. Hemingway, Sean. The Horse and Jockey Group from Artemision: A Bronze Equestrian Monument of the Hellenistic Period.

Lederman, Geralyn Sylvie. Athletes, Warriors, and Heroes: The Helmeted-Head Aryballos in its Archaic Greek Context.

1999. Castor, Alexis Q. Enoita: The Contexts of Greek Earrings, Tenth to Third Centuries B.C.

Lee, Mireille M. The Myth of the Classical Peplos.

2000. Aslan, Carolyn Chabot: The Architectural Expression of Social Categories at Five Early Bronze Age West Anatolian Communities (James C. Wright)

Brogan, Thomas M.: Hellenistic Nike: Monuments Commemorating Military Victories of the Attalid and Antigonid Kingdoms, the Aitolian League and the Rhodian Polis ca. 307 to 133 B.C. (Brunilde S. Ridgway)

Niki Holmes Kantzios: The Palm Tree-Palmette Motifs and Goddess Imagery in the Bronze Age (Alice A. Donohue)

2003. Andrianou, Dimitra: ??????:  Reconstructing Furnished Interiors in Hellenistic Greece. (Stella Miller-Collett)

Smith, Robert Angus Kermode III: The Tombs of Mochlos and Myrsini:  Pottery and Cultural Regionalism in Late Minoan III Crete. (James C. Wright)

2005. Gleba, Margarita: Textile Production in Pre-Roman Italy:  Archaeological Evidence. (Jean M. Turfa and Richard S. Ellis)

Tsoukala, Victoria: The Social Context of Food Preparation and Consumption in Greek Households of the Fifth and Fourth Centuries B.C. (Stella Miller-Collett)