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Authored Research Books
- Aetiana: The Method and Intellectual Context of a Doxagrapher
- Byzantine Chronicles and the Sixth Century
- The High Command in the Roman Republic. The Principle of the summum imperium auspiciumque from 509 to 19 BCE.
- The Huns
- The Huns, Rome and the Birth of Europe
- The social war, 91 to 88 bce: A history of the Italian insurgency against the Roman Republic
Book Chapters Other
Conference Papers Unrefereed
Curatorship Of Exhibition/event
- Australian research at Pessinus, sacral city of Cybele, the great mother goddess: myth and reality
- Blood, Soil and Power: Public Land in Roman Republican Italy (338-13 BCE)
- THE TRANSFER OF GLOBAL HEGEMONY: GEOPOLITICAL REVOLUTIONS IN WORLD HISTORY
- Unveiling the Roman countryside: Developing an integrated off-site approach to study Roman rural landscapes
Journal Articles Refereed
- 'Herodotean' allusions in late antiquity: Priscus, Jordanes, and the Huns
- 'I cannot act / Cause I'm no actor' - Dood Paard's postdramatic medEia
- 'Pompeius' Career from 79 to 70 BCE: Constitutional, Political and Historical Considerations
- Ancient History and the Classics from a comparative perspective : China and the Graeco-Roman World
- Byzantine Chronicles
- Christa Steinby, The Roman Republican Navy: From the Sixth Century to 167 B.C. Commentationes humanarum litterarum, 123. Helsinki: Societas Scientiarum Fennica, 2007. Pp. 236. ISBN 9789516533509. €22.00 (pb).
- Crassus’ Command in the War against Spartacus (73–71 BCE): His Official Position, Forces and Political Spoils
- Domitia Longina: An underestimated Augusta (c. 53-126/8)
- Duumviri Navales and the Navy of the Roman Republic
- Eulogy of the lost Republic or acceptance of the New Monarchy? Livy’s Ab Urbe Condita
- Francesco Valesio's diary and 'archaeology' in Rome in the first half of the eighteenth century
- Frontinus - A Project Manager from the Roman Empire Era
- Gaetano de Sanctis and Livy: The first decade
- Gaetano de Sanctis and the Missing Storia Dei Romani
- Helen on the Edge: the Movement of Liminal Women and its Consequences in Early Greek Myth
- Herodotean Studies in the Twenty-First Century: developments and directions
- Herodotus' Scythians viewed from a Central Asian perspective: Its Historicity and Significance
- Honor and Humiliation in Apuleius' Apologia
- Last of the naval triumphs: revisiting some key Actian honours
- Livy the critical historian
- MINOR CENTRES IN THE PONTINE PLAIN: THE CASES OF FORUM APPII AND AD MEDIAS
- Paired Greek Works: Odyssey 19 and Euripides' Trojan Women
- Quintus Poppaedius Silo dux et auctor of the Social War
- Reading Sallust in Twelfth-Century Flanders
- Revisiting the Sixth-Century Turning Point
- Roman Self-Identity and the Myth of the Refugee
- Roman refugium: refugee narratives in Augustan versions of Roman pre-history
- The 'Italian Constitution' in the Social War: A Re-assessment (91 to 88 BCE)
- The 'Phasma' of Menander and the 'Thesaurus'
- The 'discoveries' of the Porta Capena
- The Address of Italian Portents by Rome and the Ager Publicus
- The Anzac Ari Burnu Battlefield: New Perspectives and Methodologies in History and Archaeology
- The Impact of the Gracchan Land Commission and the Dandis Power of the Triumvirs
- The Lex Curiata and the Patrician Auspices
- The Prefaces of Sallust and the Historiography of Disillusionment
- The Secret History: The Official Position of Imperator Caesar Divi filius from 31 to 27 BCE.
- The Significance of the Naval Triumph in Roman History (260-29 BCE)
- The Structure of Philo's Allegorical Treatise De Agricultura
- The fall of the Roman Republic
- Unnoticed Latin Hypotheses to Two Plays Mentioned by Terence: The 'Phasma' of Menander and the 'Thesaurus'
- Vercingetorix meets Minerva: Gender, Politics and Classical Antiquity in the Letters of Léon Gambetta and Léonie Léon
Journal Articles Unrefereed
- Ancient coins: Heads and tales from antique lands
- Anient coins: heads and tales form antique lands
- Antiquities in a Contemporary Context: The University of Melbourne’s Classics and Archaeology Collection
- Rebecca J. Sweetman (ed.), Roman Colonies in the First Century of their Foundation. Oxford; Oakville, CT: Oxbow Books, 2011. Pp. vii, 159. ISBN 9781842179741. $70.00 (pb).
Journal Articles Unrefereed Letters Or Notes
- Mischa Meier / Christine Radtki / Fabian Schulz (Hgg.): Die Weltchronik des Johannes Malalas
- Review of D. Hamel Reading Herodotus. A Guided Tourthrough the Wild Boars, Dancing Suitors, andCrazy Tyrants of The History Baltimore
- Review of E.Dench, Romulus' Asylum: Roman Identities from the Age of Alexander to the Age of Hadrian, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2005.
- Review of F. Ledegang, Philo van Alexandrië Over de tien woorden, De Decalogo (Budel 2011)
- Review: "Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean World"
- Review: A Test of Time and A Test of Time Revisited: The Volcano of Thera and the Chronology and History of the Aegean and East Mediterranean in the Mid-Second Millennium BC by Sturt W. Manning
- The Edinburgh History of Ancient Rome
- The puzzles of Porsenna
Major Reference Works
Other Refereed Contribution To Refereed Journals
- Arthur Keaveney, Louise Earnshaw-Brown (ed.), The Italians on the Land: Changing Perspectives on Republican Italy Then and Now. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing, 2009. Pp. 155. ISBN 9781443811293.$52.99.
- F. Santangelo, Sulla, the Elites and the Empire. A Study of Roman Policies in Italy and the Greek East, Impact of Empire 8, Brill, Leiden/Boston 2007
- M. Pitassi, Roman Warships. Woodbridge: Boydell Press, 2011.
- Review of Hadrian and the Christians
- Review: Motivation and Narrative in Herodotus by E. Baragwanath
Research Book Chapters
- 'Si neque leges neque mores cogunt': Beyond the Spectacle of Pompeius Magnus' Public Triumphs
- 'Spatial Poetics' and Greek Drama: Scenography as Reception
- Arrogating despotic power through deceit: the Pompeian model for Augustan dissimulatio.
- Augustus: The Emperor Writes His Own Account
- Claiming Triumphs for Recovered Territories: Reflections on Valerius Maximus 2.8.4
- Clement on the Origin of Evil
- Deceit and the Struggle for Roman Franchise in Italy
- Despotism And Deceit: Yes, But What Happened Before And After?
- Eudaimonist Closure in the Speeches of Plato’s Symposium
- Frontiers, Security, and Military Policy
- In What Capacity Did Caesar Octavianus Restitute the Republic?
- Introduction to 'The Roman Republican Triumph. Beyond the Spectacle.'
- Inventing and re-inventing Byzantium: Nikephoros Phokas, Byzantine Studies in Greece and “New Rome”
- Justin Martyr and Tatian: Christian Reactions to Encounters with Greco-Roman Culture and Imperial Persecution
- Livy and the topography of Rome
- Lucan's Cleopatra
- Magistrates who Made and Applied the Law
- Malalas, the Secret History, and Justinian's Propaganda
- Mendacia maiorum: tales of deceit in pre-Republican Rome
- Metellus and Pompeius in Spain, 77-71 BCE: Reinventing the Past in the Face of War
- Philo and the Gentiles
- Philo in the Patristic Tradition: A List of Direct References
- Reducing Senatorial Control Over Provincial Commanders: A Forgotten Gabinian Law of 67BC
- Roman Elite Ethnicty
- The Biblical Interpretations of Philo: On the Creation of the World
- The Big Nowhere: A Master of Animals in the Throne Room at Knossos?
- The Enigma of Servius Tillius
- The Invention of the 'Barbarian' in Late Sixth-Century BC Ionia
- The Remarkable Rise of the Flavians
- The Theme of ‘Becoming Like God’ in Plato’s Republic
- The Treatment of Religion in Sixth-Century Byzantine Historians and Some Questions of Religious Affiliation
- The Writings of Philo
- The monopolisation of the summum imperium auspiciumque: from Cornelius Sulla Felix to Imperator Caesar (82-44 BCE)
- Tibullus in first place (with Lygdamus)