Scholia Reviews ns 17 (2008)

08-01gow: Barbara Goward, Aeschylus: Agamemnon. Duckworth Companions to Greek and Roman Tragedy (Helen van Noorden)
08-02pag: Victoria Emma Pagán, Rome and the Literature of Gardens. (John Henderson)
08-03low: Polly Low, Interstate Relations in Classical Greece: Morality and Power (Craige Champion)
08-04raa: Kurt A. Rauflaub (ed.), War and Peace in the Ancient World. (Geoff Harris)
08-05spi: Art L. Spisak, Martial: A Social Guide (Farouk F. Grewing)
08-06tho: Carol G. Thomas, Alexander the Great in his World. (John Atkinson)
08-07ski: Marilyn B. Skinner (ed.), A Companion to Catullus (H. Wakefield Foster)
08-08ogd: Daniel Ogden (ed.), A Companion to Greek Religion. (Mark Kirby-Hirst)
08-09gra: Luca Graverini, I Metamorfosi di Apuleio: Letteratura e Identità (Anita Stella Degli Esposti)
08-10kay: N. M. Kay, Epigrams from the Anthologia Latina: Text Translation and Commentary (Sven Lorenz)
08-11vid: Pierre Vidal-Naquet (tr. Janet Lloyd, with a foreword by G. E. R. Lloyd), The Atlantis Story: A Short History of Plato's Myth (John Hilton)
08-12gra: Barbara Graziosi and Emily Greenwood (edd.), Homer in the Twentieth Century: Between World Literature and the Western Canon. (Richard Whitaker)
08-13spa: Anthony J. Spalinger, War in Ancient Egypt: The New Kingdom. (Sakkie Cornelius)
08-14cur: Trevor Curnow, The Philosophers of the Ancient World (John Collier)
08-15hen: John Henderson, Oxford Reds: Classical Commentaries on Latin Classics (Sean Alexander Gurd)
08-16mos: Bojana Mosjov, Osiris: Death and Afterlife of a God (Sakkie Cornelius)
08-17riv: James B. Rives, Religion in the Roman Empire. (Alison B. Griffith)
08-18kam: RECENT WORK ON JULIUS CAESAR: Antony Kamm, Julius Caesar: A Life; Maria Wyke (ed.), Julius Caesar in Western Culture (Richard J. Evans)
08-19shu: Nancy Shumate, Nation, Empire, Decline: Studies in Rhetorical Continuity from the Romans to the Modern Era. (Michael Greenhalgh)
08-20win: Martin M. Winkler, Spartacus: Film and History (Michael Greenhalgh)
08-21bre: David J. Breeze, Roman Frontiers in Britain. (D. B. Saddington)
08-22erd: Paul Erdkamp (ed.), A Companion to the Roman Army. (Lawrence Keppie)
08-23fra: Christopher Francese, Ancient Rome In So Many Words (Gail Solomons)
08-24boe Hanna Boeke, The Value of Victory in Pindar's Odes: Gnomai, Cosmology, and the Role of the Poet. (P. J. Finglass)
08-25mcc: J. D. McClatchy (ed.), Horace: The Odes. New Translations by Contemporary Poets. Facing Pages; Colin Sydenham (tr.), Horace: The Odes. New Verse Translation with Facing Latin Text and Notes (Suzanne Sharland)
08-26ron: Michele Valerie Ronnick (ed.), The Autobiography of William Sanders Scarborough; Michele Valerie Ronnick (ed.), The Works of William Sanders Scarborough: Black Classicist and Race Leader (Philipp Brandenburg)
08-27her: Fritz-Gregor Herrmann, Words and Ideas (Jenny Bryan)
08-28smi: Steven D. Smith, Greek Identity and the Athenian Past in Chariton: The Romance of Empire. (John Birchall)
08-29pen: Todd Penner and Caroline Vander Stichele (edd.), Mapping Gender in Ancient Religious Discourses
08-30ogd: Daniel Ogden, In Search of the Sorcerer's Apprentice: The Traditional Tales of Lucian's Lover of Lies Mark Kirby-Hirst)
08-31har: Lorna Hardwick & Christopher Stray (edd.), A Companion to Classical Receptions. (John Hilton)
08-32ols: S. Douglas Olson, Broken Laughter: Select Fragments of Greek Comedy. (Andrew Hartwig)
08-33str: Christopher Stray (ed.), Remaking the Classics, Literature, Genre and Media in Britain 1800-2000; Christopher Stray (ed.), Oxford Classics. Teaching and Learning 1800-2000 (Antony Augoustakis)
08-34mur: David Asheri, Alan Lloyd, Aldo Corcella, Oswyn Murray, Alfonso Moreno and Maria Brosius (edd., trr. Barbara Graziosi, Matteo Rossetti, Carlotta Dus and Vanessa Cazzato), A Commentary on Herodotus Books I-IV (Ann Delany)
08-35boo: Joan Booth (ed.), Cicero on the Attack: Invective and Subversion in the Orations and Beyond Maridien Schneider)
08-36har: Boethius (tr. James Harpur), Fortune's Prisoner: The Poems of Boethius' The Consolation of Philosophy (Jo-Marie Claassen)