Marijana Ricl is Professor of Ancient History in the Department of History at Belgrade University, Faculty of Philosophy. She received her BA in Classical Studies and her MA and PhD in Ancient History from Belgrade University, Faculty of Philosophy. Her research focus is Ancient History and Epigraphy of the Balkans and Asia Minor. She has published extensively on the social history and religious cults of both regions. She is the editor or co-editor of two corpora of Greek and Latin inscriptions (The Inscriptions of Alexandreia Troas, Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Bd. 53, Bonn 1997) and Inscriptiones Graecae Epiri, Macedoniae, Thraciae, Scythiae Consilio et Auctoritate Academiae Scientiarum Berolinensis et Brandenburgensis editae, pars II: Inscriptiones Macedoniae, fasc. II: Inscriptiones Macedoniae Septentrionalis, sectio prima: Inscriptiones Lyncestidis, Heracleae, Pelagoniae, Derriopi, Lychnidi (with F. Papazoglu, M. Milin and K. Hallof; Berlin/New York 1999). She is also the associate editor of A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Volume VA: Coastal Asia Minor: Pontos to Ionia (with Th. Corsten and R.W.V. Catling; Oxford 2010). Her CHS project is a book entitled A New Corpus of Greek and Latin Inscriptions from the Kaystros River Valley in Southern Lydia. In addition to the publication of 130 unpublished Greek inscriptions discovered during Ricl’s epigraphical surveys in southern Lydia, the book will contain a study on the history of the Kaystros River valley in Antiquity.