Scholia Reviews ns 13 (2004)

04-01ham: Debra Hamel, Trying Neaira: The True Story of a Courtesan's Scandalous Life in Ancient Greece (Michael Lambert)
04-02pas: Michael Paschalis (ed.), Horace and Lyric Poetry (Adrian Ryan)
04-03dea: Susan Deacy and Karen F. Pierce (edd.), Rape in Antiquity (Zola Packman)
04-04may: Roland Mayer, Seneca: Phaedra (Marica Frank)
04-05von: Sitta von Reden, Exchange in Ancient Greece (Matthew Trundle)
04-06eva: Richard J. Evans, Questioning Reputations: Essays on Nine Roman Republican Politicians (Tom Stevenson)
04-07hen: John Henderson, Pliny's Statue: The Letters, Self-Portraiture and Classical Art (Jessie Maritz)
04-08ell: Simon P. Ellis, Roman Housing (Alison Griffith)
04-09new: Harold Newman and Jon O. Newman, A Genealogical Chart of Greek Mythology (Elke Steinmeyer)
04-10wei: Simone Weil (ed. J. Holoka), The Iliad or the Poem of Force (Richard Whitaker)
04-11spe: Diana Spencer, The Roman Alexander: Reading a Cultural Myth (John Atkinson)
04-12sut: Elizabeth Sutherland, Horace's Well-Trained Reader: Towards a Methodology of Audience Participation in the Odes Frances Muecke)
04-13roi: Hanna M. Roisman and Joseph Roisman (edd.), Essays on Homeric Epic (Elizabeth Minchin)
04-14bra: David Braund and Christopher Gill (edd.), Myth, History, and Culture in Republican Rome: Studies in Honour of T. P. Wiseman (Peter Tennant)
04-15pan: Stelios Panayotakis, Maaike Zimmerman, and Wytse Keulen (edd.), The Ancient Novel and Beyond (John Hilton)
04-16hub: Thomas K. Hubbard (ed.), Homosexuality in Greece and Rome (Michael Lambert)
04-17cal: Andrew Calimach, Lovers Legends: The Gay Greek Myths (Michael Lambert).
04-18cha: Craige B. Champion (ed.), Roman Imperialism: Readings and Sources (Tom Stevenson)
04-19gra: Ittai Gradel, Emperor Worship and Roman Religion (David Wardle)
04-20and: Øivind Andersen and Jon Haarberg (edd.), Making Sense of Aristotle (David Evans)
04-21wil: Hanneke Wilson, Wine and Words in Classical Antiquity and the Middle Ages (Owen Hodkinson)
04-22mil: Sophie Mills, Euripides: Hippolytus (Dougal Blyth)
04-23hay: Katherine Haynes, Fashioning the Feminine in the Greek Novel (Edmund Cueva)
04-24may: Adrienne Mayor, Greek Fire, Poison Arrows & Scorpion Bombs: Biological and Chemical Warfare in the Ancient World (Brett Van Niekerk)
04-25fri: Wolf-Hartmut Friedrich (tr. Peter Jones and Gabriele Wright, with an appendix by Kenneth Saunders), Wounding and Death in the Iliad: Homeric Techniques of Description (Tamara Neal)
04-26boy: A. J. Boyle, Ovid and the Monuments: A Poet's Rome (Jo-Marie Claassen)
04-27tyl: Elizabeth Ivory Tylawsky, Saturio's Inheritance: The Greek Ancestry of the Roman Comic Parasite (Regine May)
04-28pro: Philomen Probert, A New Short Guide to the Accentuation of Ancient Greek (Stephen Evans)
04-29rol: ROMANIZED AFRICANS OR SOPHISTICATED COSMOPOLITANS?, D. W. Roller, The World of Juba II and Kleopatra Selene: Royal Scholarship on Rome's African Frontier (D. B. Saddington)
04-30reh: Rush Rehm, Radical Theatre: Greek Tragedy and the Modern World (Betine Van Zyl Smit)
04-31duf: Timothy E. Duff, The Greek and Roman Historians (Richard Evans)
04-32can: Hubert Cancik, (edd. Richard Faber & Barbara von Reibnitz), Verse und Sachen: Kulturwissenschaftliche Interpretationen römischer Dichtung (Bernhard Kytzler)
04-33and: Graham Anderson, Fairytale in the Ancient World (Donald Lateiner)
04-34mik: Jon D. Mikalson, Herodotus and Religion in the Persian Wars (Vivienne Gray)
04-35bra: David Braund and John Wilkins (edd.), Athenaeus and his World: Reading Greek Culture in the Roman Empire (Owen Hodkinson)
04-36pan: Stelios Panayotakis, Maaike Zimmerman, and Wytse Keulen (edd.), The Ancient Novel and Beyond (John Hilton)