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Death in bloom: Pallas and Camilla in Virgil’s Aeneid 11 – Siobhan Chomse

Antinous: a boy made god in the Roman Empire –  R. R. R. Smith

Euripides’ Medea and sympathy’s dangerous power – Simon Goldhill

From ferocity to friendship: how Horace changed satire – Sarah Wolstencroft

A case of mistaken identity? Socrates in Plato’s Phaedo – David C. Lee

Kings, Romans, countrymen? Were the Romans ever ruled by kings? – Christopher Smith

Prodigal sons? Odysseus, Telemachus, and the dark side of being a father – Emma Greensmith

A thorny issue: Virgil’s versatile vepres (or brambles) – Rebecca Armstrong

The mirror on the Moon – Karen Ni Mheallaigh

The other Oedipus

A wh(if)f away from the throne, or: Pliny the emperor-  Ingo Gildenhard