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2017

Eyal Meyer

The Satraps of Western Anatolia and the Greeks

Jake Morton

Shifting Landscapes, Policies, and Morals: A topographically driven analysis of the Roman wars in Greece from 200 BC to 168 BC 

 

2016

Kyle Mahoney

The Royal Lykaian Altar Shall Bear Witness: History and Religion in Southwestern Arcadia

2013

Kevin Funderburk

Defining Love and Duty in Roman Egypt: A Relational Approach to the Negotiation of Affection and Obligation in Ancient Families

Natalia Hudelson

Medea and Her Children at Corinth and Beyond: Myth, Cult, and History

Kelcy Sagstetter

Solon of Athens: The Man, the Myth, the Tyrant?

2012

Seth Bernard

Men at Work: Public Construction, Labor, and Society at Middle Republican Rome (390-168 B.C.)

Arthur Jones

Culture and Change in Roman North Africa: Case Studies of Lepcis Magna and Thugga

2010

Leslie Kelly

Identity and Cult in Roman Imperial Athens

Jeremy Labuff

Karian Sympoliteiai: Causes and Implications of Political Merger at the Periphery of the Greek World

2009

Amanda Coles

Not Effigies Parvae Populi Romani: Gods, Agency, and Landscape in Mid-Republican Colonization

Bryan Hudak

The Histories of Ephorus

Kathryn Milne

The Republican Soldier: Historiographical Representations and Human Realities

2007

Trevor Luke

Presence, Prophecy, and Power in the Early Roman Empire

2006

Christopher Baron

Timaios of Tauromenion: A Case Study in Hellenistic Historiography

2005

Danielle Kellogg

The Attic Deme of Acharnai: History and Identity

2003

Andrew Gallia

Dissertation Title: Remembering the Roman Republic: A.D. 68-117

Eric Kondratieff

Popular Power in Action: Tribunes of the Plebs in the Later Republic

2002

Atsuko Hattori

Texts and Impressions: A Holistic Approach to UR III Cuneiform Tablets from the University of Pennsylvania Expeditions to Nippur

Kyra Nourse

Women and the Early Development of Royal Power in the Hellenistic East

Alexander Thein

Sulla's Public Image and the Politics of Civic Renewal

2001

Kellee Barnard

Transition, Production and Standardization in Minoan Ceramics: A View from Neopalatial Mochlos

Carlos Norena

The Civic Ideology of the Roman Emporer: Representation and Communication

Elizabeth Pollard

Magic Accusations Against Women in the Greco-Roman World from the First Through the Fifth Centuries C.E.

2000

Stephanie Budin

The Origins of Aphrodite

1999

Philip Kaplan

Multiple Geographies: The Greek View of Asia in the Archaic Period

1997

Eric Huntsman

The Family and Property of Livia Drusilla

Scott Rusch

Poliorcetic Assault in the Peloponnesian War

Matthew Waters

A Survey of Neo-Elamite History

1996

Ellen Millender

The Teacher of Hellas: Athenian Democratic Ideology and the Barbarization of Sparta in Fifth-Century Greek Thought

1995

Denise Doxey

A Social and Historical analysis of Egyptian, Non-Royal Epithets in the Middle Kindom

John Lott

The Earliest Use of the Divine Epithet Augustus, 27 BCE-37 CE: Dynastic Names and Religion in the Augustan Principate

1994

Judith Bjorkman

Hoards And Deposits In Bronze Age Mesopotamia

Rob Rice

The Rhodian Navy: The Proper Application of Limited Force

Eric Robinson

Early Greek Democracies Outside Athens

Nancy Skon-Jedele

Aigyptiaka: A Catalogue of Egyptian and Egyptianizing Objects Excavated from Greek Archaeological Sites, CA.  1100-525 B.C., with Historical Commentary

1993

Linda Bregstein

Seal Use in Fifth Century B. C. Nippur, Iraq: A Study of Seal Selection and Sealing Practices in the Murashu Archive

Harriet Flower

Imagines Maiorum: Ancestral Masks As Symbols Of Ideolgy And Power.

Francis Ryan

Precedence in the Republican Senate

1991

Michael Arnush

The Chronology of Delphi In The Late Fourth And Early Third Centuries B.C.: An Epigraphic And Historical Analysis

Eric Cline

Orientalia in the Late Bronze Age Aegean: A Catalog and Analysis of Trade and Contracts Between the Aegean and Egypt, Anatolia and the Near East

Susan Elwyn

The Use Of Kinship Terminology In Hellenistic Diplomatic Documents: An Epigraphical Study

Tammi Schneider

A New Analysis Of The Royal Annals Of Shalmaneser III