M.A. Degrees Awarded with Thesis, 1960-99: Towards an Inventory
Marlene Hunt: The Contemporary Theme in the ‘Persai’ of Aischylos (1962)
Virginia Ritchie (Hunter): The Athenian Metic (1964).
David McCargar: Roman Imperial Cult: a study of its development in the West from its inception to A.D. 14 (1965).
Gordon Shrimpton: Political Ideas of the Historian Herodotus (1965).
Michael Walbank: Alkibiades (1965).
Deane Boundy: Thucydides’ Portrait of Cleon (1966).
Gary Ferngren: History of Samos to the Persian War (1966).
Marion Postgate: Nikias: an Athenian general of the fifth century B.C. (1966).
Joan Sandilands: Bacchus in Latin Love-elegy (1966).
John Whitehorne: Erinna (1966)
Lance Camp: The Sibylline Books (1968).
Roy Darcus: A New Translation of Lucian’s ‘De Dea Syria’: with a discussion of the cult at Hierapolis (1968).
Shirley Darcus (Sullivan): Democritus and Epicurus: soul, thought and theory of knowledge (1968).
Edward Wilson: The Triumph of Dynasticism in the Roman Imperial Succession from the Proclamation of Diocletian to the Death of Constantine (1968).
Mary Kerr: The First Campaigns in Spain (1969).
Joseph Macadam: Theo Smyrnaeus on Arithmetic (1969).
Peter Rahn: The Development of Xenophon’s Political Ideas (1969).
Philip Teece: Olbia as a Frontier Society (1971).
Robert Petit: Spartan Philachaianism (1973).
Donald Baronowski: Livy, Book 45: historical commentary and study of sources (1974).
Daniel Emanuele: Vegetius on the Roman Navy: a translation and commentary on Book 4: 31-36 (1974)
Gwyneth Mark: The Decree of Kleinias (1974).
Cathaleen Finnegan: The Nature of the Thalassocracies of the Sixth Century B.C. (1975).
Frances Grunewald (Connell): The Copa: an introduction and commentary (1975).
George Akrigg: Apuleius the Sophist: the ‘Florida’ of Apuleius in the light of the rhetorical theory of the Second Sophistic (1977).
Lucia Nixon: The Archaeological Record of the Galatians in Anatolia (1977).
Keith Harris: The ‘De Ave Phoenica’ of Lactantius: a commentary and a translation (1978).
Millo Shaw: Homer’s Metaphysics: the conception of reality in the ‘Iliad’ and the ‘Odyssey’ (1979).
Lewis Stiles: Expressive Uses of Word Order in ‘Iliad’ I (1982).
Lyn Rae: Propertius’ Use of Myth in 1.20 (1983).
Amanda Cater: Theocritus and the Reversal of Literary Tradition (1985).
Craig Cooper: Gnomes of the ‘Oresteia’: lyrical reflection and its dramatic relevance (1985).
Stephen Lee: A Commentary on Suetonius’ ‘Galba’ (1985).
Laurel Bowman: Klytemnestra in the ‘Agamemnon’ of Aeschylus (1986).
A Sextet of Graduate Students in the Classics Reading Room (1985).
Left to right: Andrea Ertel (MA thesis 1986), Amanda Cater (MA thesis 1985), Steve Lee (MA thesis 1985), Craig Cooper (MA thesis 1985; Ph.D. 1992), David Mirhady (MA non-thesis 1985), Ed Clark (Ph.D. 1991).
Andrea Ertel: The Life of Severus Alexander (1986).
Francis Skoczylas: The Concept of Sacred War in Ancient Greece (1987).
Vivian Hartley: Ennius and His Predecessors (1988).
Doris Evanson: Imitation and Inspiration: aspects of literary theory in early and middle-period Platonic dialogues (1989).
David McAllister: Formidabile Genus Armorum: the horse archers of the Roman Imperial Army (1993).
Stavros Solomou: Greek Knowledge of India Before the Fourth Century B.C. (1993).
Peter Gainsford: Conflict and Character in Aeschylus’ ‘Agamemnon’ (1995).
Catherine Mori: The Transformation of Oedipus: characterization and anagnorisis in the ‘Oedipus Tyrannus’ of Sophocles (1995).
Gurtej Jassar: Hellas Eschate: the interactions of Greek and non-Greek populations in Bactria-Sogdiana during the Hellenistic period (1997).
Julia Wong: Cleopatra I, the First Female Ptolemaic Regent: her predecessors, policies, and precedents (1998).
William Findlay: A History of Scholarship on the Seisachteia of Solon (1999).
Christopher Morrissey: Studies in Aristotle’s ‘Physics’ (1999).
Jonathan Entwisle: Ovid and the Classical Plague Narrative Tradition (2001).
Kelly L. Joss: Attic Manumissions: a commentary on IG II.2 1554-9 and Agora I 3183 and 4763 (2001).