Classical Press of Wales

Publisher Description

The Classical Press of Wales, an independent venture founded in 1993, publishes monographs and collective volumes on the whole of Classical Antiquity, and also on ancient Egypt. CPW welcomes projects from scholars worldwide. The Press's founder and director, Anton Powell, is also founder of the biennial Celtic Conference in Classics (2000-); several of our volumes have begun as international panels of the CCC. Particular strengths of the Press include Archaic Greek poetry and politics, Sparta (where CPW has a claim to be world leader), culture and politics of the Hellenistic period, of the Roman Revolution, of Late Antiquity - and themes and methods in the modern writing of Ancient History. CPW values lucidity, honest logic however difficult, and careful iconoclasm.

Books in JSTOR from Classical Press of Wales
72 Books in JSTOR Copyright Date
The Ancient Lives of Virgil: Literary and Historical Studies 2017
Ancient Macedonians in Greek and Roman Sources: From History to Historiography 2018
Appian's Roman History: Empire and Civil War 2015
Archaic Greece: New Approaches and New Evidence 1998
Aristocracy in Antiquity: Redefining Greek and Roman Elites 2015
Battle in Antiquity 2009
Body Language in the Greek and Roman Worlds 2005
Catullus: A Textual Reappraisal 2007
Cicero on the Attack: Invective and subversion in the orations and beyond 2007
Competition in the Ancient World 2011
Creating a Hellenistic World 2011
Didactic Poetry of Greece, Rome and Beyond: Knowledge, Power, Tradition 2019
Dionysalexandros: Essays on Aeschylus and His Fellow Tragedians: In Honour of Alexander F Garvie 2006
Egyptology in the Present: Experiential and Experimental Methods in Archaeology 2015
Emperor and Author: The Writings of Julian 'the Apostate' 2012
Epic Facework: Self-presentation and social interaction in Homer 2008
'The Eyesore of Aigina': Anti-Athenian Attitudes across the Greek, Hellenistic and Roman Worlds 2016
George Buchanan: Poet and Dramatist 2009
Greek and Roman Consolations: Eight Studies of a Tradition and its Afterlife 2013
Greek History and Epigraphy: Essays in honour of P.J. Rhodes 2009
The Greek Superpower: Sparta in the Self-Definitions of Athenians 2018
Hegemonic Finances: Funding Athenian Domination in the 5th Century BC 2019
The Hellenistic Court: Monarchic Power and Elite Society from Alexander to Cleopatra 2017
The Hellenistic Peloponnese: Interstate Relations. A Narrative and Analytic History, 371-146 BC 2017
The Hellenistic World: New Perspectives 2002
Hindsight in Greek and Roman History 2013
Julius Caesar as Artful Reporter: The War Commentaries as Political Instruments 2009
King and Court in Ancient Macedonia: Rivalry, Treason and Conspiracy 2015
The Limits of Ancient Biography 2006
The Lost Memoirs of Augustus 2009
Magnus Pius: Sextus Pompeius and the Transformation of the Roman Republic 2012
Medicine and Markets in the Graeco-Roman World and Beyond: Essays on Ancient Medicine in Honour of Vivian Nutton 2020
Misery and Forgiveness in Euripides: Meaning and Structure in the Hippolytus 2015
New Essays on Plato 2006
Organised Crime in Antiquity 2009
Panhellenism and the Barbarian in Archaic and Classical Greece 2007
Persian Responses: Political and Cultural Interaction with(in) the Achaemenid Empire 2007
Pisidian Antioch: The Site and its Monuments 1998
Plutarch and His Intellectual World 1997
Plutarch and History: Eighteen Studies 2002
Plutarch's Lives: Parallelism and Purpose 2010
Poetry Underpinning Power: Vergil's Aeneid - The Epic for Emperor Augustus 2016
The Power of Individual and Community in Ancient Athens and Beyond: Essays in Honour of John K. Davies 2019
Praise and Blame in Roman Republican Rhetoric 2011
Property and Wealth in Classical Sparta 2009
Rape in Antiquity: Sexual Violence in the Greek and Roman Worlds 2002
The Rivals of Aristophanes: Studies in Athenian Old Comedy 2000
Roman Perspectives: Studies in Political and Cultural History, from the First to the Fifth Century 2010
The Seleukid Empire 281-222 BC: War Within the Family 2018
Sex and Gender in Ancient Egypt: 'Don Your Wig for a Joyful Hour' 2008
Sociable Man: Essays on Ancient Greek Social Behaviour in Honour of Nick Fisher 2011
Sparta and War 2006
Sparta: Comparative Approaches 2009
Sparta in Modern Thought: Politics, History and Culture 2012
Sparta: New Perspectives 2009
Sparta: The Body Politic 2010
Spartan Education: Youth and Society in the Classical Period 2006
Sparta's German Children: The ideal of ancient Sparta in the Royal Prussian Cadet-Corps, 1818-1920, and in National-Socialist elite schools (the Napolas), 1933-1945 2013
Texts and Culture in Late Antiquity: Inheritance, Authority, and Change 2007
Through a Glass Darkly: Magic, Dreams and Prophecy in Ancient Egypt 2006
Thucydides: Man's Place in History 2009
Tragedy and Archaic Greek Thought 2013
Velleius Paterculus: Making History 2011
Vergil's Aeneid: Augustan Epic and Political Context 2009
Virgil the Partisan: A Study in the re-integration of Classics 2008
War and Violence in Ancient Greece 2009
What Catullus Wrote: Problems in Textual Criticism, Editing and the Manuscript Tradition 2015
What is a God?: Studies in the Nature of Greek Divinity 2009
What's in a Name?: The Significance of Proper Names in Classical Latin Literature 2006
Words and Ideas: The Roots of Plato's Philosophy 2007
Xenophon and Sparta 2020
Xenophon and the Graces of Power: A Greek Guide to Political Manipulation 2018