The Papers
Vol. 79 (2011)

The Papers
Vol. 79 (2011)

iv, 396 pages, including 98 black and white illustrations and 8 colour plates

Mark Bradley. Obesity, corpulence and emaciation in Roman art

S.J. Heyworth. Roman topography and Latin diction

Ulrike Roth. Men without hope

Mariaelena Ghisleni, Emanuele Vaccaro and Kim Bowes (with Antonia Arnoldus, Michael MacKinnon and Flavia Marani). Excavating the Roman peasant I: excavations at Pievina (GR)

Philip Mills and Ulla Rajala. The Roman ceramic material from field walking in the environs of Nepi

Clare Rowan. The public image of the Severan women

Frances Muecke. Ante oculos ponere: vision and imagination in Flavio Biondo’s Roma Triumphans

Ian Campbell. The ‘Minerva Medica’ and the Schola Medicorum: Pirro Ligorio and Roman toponymy

Charles Burdett. Nomos, identity and otherness: Ciro Poggiali’s Diario AOI 1936–1937 and the representation of the Italian colonial world

Robert Coates-Stephens. Notes from Rome 2010–11

Research Reports

Balsdon Fellowship (John Robertson)

Hugh Last Fellowship (Caroline Vout)

Paul Mellon Centre Rome Fellowship (Ana Maria Suàrez Huerta)

Rome Fellowships (Catherine Fletcher, Richard Pollard)

Rome Scholarship (Tom True)

Ralegh Radford Rome Scholarship (Amy Russell)

Macquarie University Gale Scholarship (Clare Rowan)

Rome Awards (Joseph Hammond, Paul Howard)

Tim Potter Memorial Award (Ann Liebeck)

Melbourne Rome Scholarship (David Chidgey)

Giles Worsley Travel Fellowship (Gwyn Lloyd Jones)

Archaeological Fieldwork Reports

Herculaneum Conservation Project. Domenico Camardo, Mario Notomista, Sarah Court and Andrew Wallace-Hadrill

Falacrinae. Filippo Coarelli, Valentino Gasparini, Stephen Kay and Helen Patterson

Geophysics Projects. Sophie Hay and Stephen Kay

Roman Ports Project. Simon Keay

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