Volume 2, Issue 2

Volume 2, Issue 2 of the CHS Research Bulletin contains the work of fourteen fellows who conducted research at the Center for Hellenic Studies during the 2013-14 academic year. On April 26-27, 2014, twelve fellows presented their work to an audience of senior fellows and classics faculty from the Washington, DC area. This issue includes video from the April symposium.

The papers and videos will be published incrementally and all content will be available by December 2014.

The persistent identifier for this issue is:

“Prevention or Cure? Tax Exemptions in a Warfare Context: Miletos and the Low Valley of the Meander (early 2nd C. BCE)”
Aurélie Carrara, Université de Rouen and UMR 5607 Ausonius, CNRS-Bordeaux
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Reclining with Callinus and Tyrtaeus: Martial Elegy in the Symposion”
Vanessa Cazzato, Radboud University
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Οὐ τὸ νικᾶν ἀλλὰ τὸ εὖ ἀγωνίζεσθαι: Playing to Win or to Show Off? Itinerant Artists Performing in Unconventional ἀγῶνες in Some Decrees from Delphi (III-I BC)”
Angela Cinalli, Sapienza-University of Rome
Abstract | Paper and Video

“What Thumb’s Handbook Tells Us About the Development of Contemporary Greek”
Mark Janse, Ghent University and Brian Joseph, The Ohio State University
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Early Reperformances of Drama in the Fifth Century”
Anna Lamari, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Abstract | Paper and Video

“The Tyrant’s Network: Appearances of Characters in the Letters of Phalaris
Emeline Marquis, UMR 8546 “Archéologie et Philologie  d’Orient et d’Occident”, CNRS-ENS, Paris
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Leisure Rules in Archaic Greece: Legislation on Inebriation and Foul Play in Literary and Epigraphic Sources”
Elena Martín González, Institute of Historical Research, National Hellenic Research Foundation
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Plato and Xenophon on Friendship: A Comparative Study (Plato, Lysis and Xenophon, Memorabilia 2.6)”
Melina Tamiolaki, University of Crete
Abstract | Paper and Video

Chronos, Kronos, and the Kronion Hill: The Spatialization of Time in Pindar’s Olympian 10”
Maria Pavlou, Open University of Cyprus
Abstract | Paper and Video

“The City at the Theater in Anatolia from the 260s to the 320s AD: Signs of a Major Transformation”
Anne-Valérie Pont, Paris-Sorbonne University
Abstract | Paper

“Placing the Muses: Eumelus, fragments 34-35 (West)”
Christos Tsagalis, Aristotle University of Thessaloniki
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Hellenistic Information in China”
Juping Yang, Nankai University
Abstract | Paper and Video

“Trojan War by Homer: Retaliation, Narrative Order and Cretan Focus”
Graciela Zecchin de Fasano, Universidad Nacional de La Plata
Abstract | Paper and Video