This is the second of two volumes of papers in honour of Professor Fergus Millar FBA, formerly Camden Professor of Ancient History at the University of Oxford and the leading scholar of Roman History of his generation. This second volume contains papers on the Hellenistic and Roman East by scholars mainly based in the Southern Hemisphere.
Ross Burns, Diocletian’s Fortifications of Syria and Arabia
Graeme Clarke & Heather Jackson, Evaluating Cultural and Ethnic Identities from Archaeological Remains: The Case of Hellenistic Jebel Khalid
E. A. Judge, Who Authored the Res Gestae in Greek
Samuel N. Lieu & John Sheldon, ‘Damn the Dardanelles’ (admiral Lord Fisher, 5th May, 1915) vel Onomastica Callipolitana
Paul McKechnie, How Far Is It From Antioch to Edessa, Two Early Christian Narratives in Syria and Mesopotamia
Alanna Nobbs, The First (Named) Christian Accountant?
Robert Tannenbaum, How the Goths Won: The Battle of Adrianople, its Causes, Courses, and Consequences
L. L. Wellborn, A Coin of Aretas with Possible Implications for the Chronology of Paul’s Life