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Dr. Vincent J. Rosivach

Professor of Classical Studies
rosivach@fairfield.edu
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  • The System of Public Sacrifice in Fourth-Century Athens (Atlanta, GA: Scholars Press, 1994).
  • When a Young Man Falls in Love: The Sexual Exploitation of Women in New Comedy (London and New York: Routledge, 1998).
  • ""The Elephant-Drawn Chariot in Pompey's First Triumph," New England Classical Journal 36 (2009) 239-52.
  • "IG I3 82 and the Date of the Introduction of Bouleutic Misthos in Athens," Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 175 (2010) 145-49.
  • "The Oaths of the Athenians at the Ratification of Solon's Reforms," Phoenix 64 (2010) 223-37.
  • "State Pay as War Relief in Peloponnesian-War Athens," Greece and Rome 58 (2011) 223-37.
  • "The Landscape of Catullus 63," Latomus 71 (2012) 3-10.
  • "The Meaning of ΖΕΥΓΙΤΗΣ," Classical Philology 107 (2012) 146-50.
  • "The Thetes in Thucydides 6.43.1," Hermes 140 (2012) 131-39.
  • "The Athenian Five Thousand of 411 B.C.," Athenaeum 100 (2012) 63-70.