Cambridge Philological Society
The Cambridge Philological Society was founded in 1872. Its objects are the furtherance of classical studies in general, and in particular the discussion and publication of critical researches into the languages, literature and civilization of Greece and Rome. Any person interested in the ancient world is eligible for membership, and any library is eligible to become an institutional subscriber.
The Supplements to the Cambridge Classical Journal (CCJ), formerly Supplements to the Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society (PCPhS), is an occasional series of monographs, founded in 1965, and similarly wide-ranging within the field of Classics.
|8 Books in JSTOR||Copyright Date|
|Augustus and the destruction of history: The politics of the past in early imperial Rome||2019|
|Menander: Eleven Plays||2013|
|Ratio et res ipsa: Classical essays presented by former pupils to James Diggle on his retirement||2011|
|Sophocles’ Jebb: A life in letters||2013|
|Unclassical Traditions, Volume I: Alternatives to the Classical Past in Late Antiquity||2010|
|Unclassical Traditions. Volume II: Perspectives from East and West in Late Antiquity||2011|
|Varro varius: The polymath of the Roman world||2015|
|Word and context in Latin poetry: Studies in memory of David West||2017|