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Session/Paper Number Session/Panel Title Title Name Annual Meeting
1.2 Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity Emporium Aegyptium: Egypt as a Global Marketplace Irene Soto Marín 152
1.3 Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity Aediles and Agoranomoi in Late Antiquity: Imperial Policy and the Decline of Marketplace Oversight Kevin Woram 152
1.4 Merchants and Markets in Late Antiquity Ecclesiastical Participation in Cypriot Economies: An Archaeological Perspective Catherine Keane 152
2.1 Language “Godlike Askanios, from Faraway Askania”, or the Anatolian Connection of an Eponymous Hero Milena Anfosso 152
2.2 Language Prohibition Types in Ancient Greek: A Comparative Approach Ian Benjamin Hollenbaugh 152
2.3 Language ‘Style is the Woman Herself:’ Gendering Verbal Art in Cicero and Dionysius of Halicarnassus Alyson L Melzer 152
2.4 Language Roman Women’s Useful Knowledge: Historical Examples in Women’s Speech in Dionysius of Halicarnassus Eva Carrara 152
2.5 Language Green Classics: The Benefits of Accurately Translating Columella David A. Wallace-Hare 152
2.6 Language Maximus Planudes’ (Domesticating?) Translation of Ovid’s Heroides 7 Maria Kovalchuk 152
3.1 Classics In/Out of Asia Understanding Ângela: Gender and Ancient Mediterranean Slavery in Early Modern China Stuart McManus 152
3.2 Classics In/Out of Asia Race, Gender, Antiquity: Reflecting on Asian Femininity in Yayoi Kusama’s Narcissus Garden Patricia Kim 152
3.3 Classics In/Out of Asia Classical Architecture and the Kaiping Diaolou: Diasporic Identity in Late Qing and Early Republican Guangdong, China Helen Wong 152
3.4 Classics In/Out of Asia Homer at Home: Classics, the Cultural Revolution, and the Construction of Identity Dora Gao 152
3.5 Classics In/Out of Asia Parthénos or Apárthenos? Girls’ Piety and Sex in Greek New Comedy and South Asian Popular Cinema Arti Mehta 152
4.1 New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia Satyr Play in Plato’s Statesman: Socrates, Athens, and the Apologetic Purpose of Plato’s Trilogy Dimitri El Murr 152
4.2 New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia Voting for the Guardians: Election, Lottery, and Moderated Democracy in Plato’s Laws Jeremy Reid 152
4.3 New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia Democracy, Tyranny, and Shamelessness in Plato Cinzia Arruzza 152
4.4 New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia Plato’s Neglected Critiques of Athens in Republic VIII: Democratic Dimensions of the Cities Nurturing the Timocratic, Oligarchic, and Democratic Youths Melissa S. Lane 152
4.5 New Perspectives on Plato’s Internal Critique of the Athenian Politeia Plato on the Origins of Freedom Fetishism in Athens René de Nicolay 152
5.1 Greek History The Economic Logic of Fines in Gortyn Becky Kahane 152
5.2 Greek History The Quantum of Evidence in the Athenian Popular Courts Stephen James Hughes 152
5.3 Greek History The Shape of Anchisteia: Proximity and Care in Demosthenes 43, Against Macartatus Hilary Lehmann 152
5.4 Greek History Growing an Empire: Classical Macedonian Expansionism and its Early Hellenistic Legacy Talia Prussin 152
5.5 Greek History The Ithyphallic Hymn for Demetrius Poliorcetes: Panegyric, Resistance and Attic Tradition Thomas J. Nelson 152
5.6 Greek History Eumenes II's Appeals to Rome: Not So Appealing After All Gregory J. Callaghan 152
6.1 New Approaches to Spectatorship Is Oedipus Ugly? Deliberative Spectatorship at Colonus Alexander C. Duncan 152
6.2 New Approaches to Spectatorship Performing ‘Deep Intersubjectivity’: Spectatorship in Aristophanes’ Ecclesiazusae Anne-Sophie Justine Noel 152
6.3 New Approaches to Spectatorship Sharing Spectatorship with the Divine: Watching as Worship at the Ludi Megalenses Krishni Burns 152
7.1 The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World Plutarch’s Politicians and the People: The Politics of Honour in Pericles, Cimon and the Greek Cities of the Roman Empire Thierry Oppeneer 152
7.2 The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World Following Diogenes: Cynic Leadership in Plutarch and Beyond Inger Kuin 152
7.3 The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World Theoretical Models of Rulership in Roman and Early Byzantine Panegyrics Sviatoslav Dmitriev 152
7.4 The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World Plutarch’s Protean Tyrant Marcaline Boyd 152
7.5 The Discourse of Leadership in the Greco-Roman World Emotional Intelligence and Leadership: Hannibal and Scipio Regina Loehr 152
8.1 Greek and Latin Linguistics The Syntax-Morphology Interface in Ancient Greek: The Syntactical Properties of Morphemes Nadav Asraf 152
8.2 Greek and Latin Linguistics A Derivational History of κρίμνημι/κρήμνημι 'Hang (Something) Up' and Associated Forms Julia Sturm 152
8.3 Greek and Latin Linguistics Doric Zeus is the Rising Sun: Accentuation, Morphology and Proto-Indo-European Root *telh2- Domenico Muscianisi 152
8.4 Greek and Latin Linguistics The Etymology of Latin lībra Michael Weiss 152
9.1 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Bureaucrats, Corruption, and the Familia: The Peculium Quasi Castrense in the Later Roman Empire Jonathan H. Warner 152
9.2 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Migration, Mobility, and Fiscality: Considering Collegia as Mechanisms for Integration of Migrant Craftsmen in the Late-Antique West John Fabiano 152
9.3 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Corpulent Conquerors: The Ethnography of Vandal Decadence in Sidonius and Procopius Timothy Campbell Hart 152
9.4 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Constantine's Legislation on Marriage Antonello Mastronardi 152
9.5 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Disinheriting Heresy: Eunomians and the Roman Law of Inheritance Carl R Rice 152
9.6 Law and Society in Late Antiquity Law Jokes in the Late Roman Empire Ryan Pilipow 152
10.1 Roman Comedy "Ut Ego Unguibus Facile Illi in Oculos Involem Venefico!" Pythias and Sight as Power in Terence’s Eunuchus Sarah Brucia Breitenfeld 152
10.2 Roman Comedy Filii Gemini Duo: Brotherhood in Plautus' Menaechmi Thomas A Wilson 152
10.3 Roman Comedy Plautinopolis in the Forum: Site-Specificity and Immersive Theater in Plautus’ Curculio Rachel Mazzara 152
10.4 Roman Comedy The Funny Smell(s) of Latin Comedy Hans Bork 152
10.5 Roman Comedy The Reception of Phormio in the Carolingian Terence Miniatures Justin S Dwyer 152
11.1 Flavian Epic Repetition Blindness. The Cyzicus Episode in Valerius Flaccus's Argonautica Diana Librandi 152
11.2 Flavian Epic Statius’ Thebaid and Greek Prose: Reimagining Intertextuality in the Early Empire Thomas J Bolt 152