Dr Edward Bispham

Publications

E. Bispham, ‘Una, nessuna or centomila romanizzazioni?’ in M. Aberson, M.C. Biella, M. di Fazio, P. Sanchéz & M. Wullschleger (eds), L’Italia centrale e la creazione di una koiné culturale?  I percorsi della ‘romanizzaznione’.  EGeA 3 (Geneva, 2016), 5-14

E. Bispham, ‘The Social War’ & ‘The Civil Wars and the Triumvirate’, in A.E. Cooley (ed.), A Companion to Roman Italy. Blackwell Companions to the Ancient World (Malden MA / Oxford 2016), 76-89, 90-102

E. Bispham and S. E. Kane, ‘The Middle Sangro Valley under the Empire: A Productive Landscape?’, in A.M. Small (ed.), Beyond Vagnari.  New Themes in the Study of  Roman South Italy.  Munera 38 (Bari, 2014), 227-36

E. Bispham, ‘Roma iudex: Interstate Arbitration and Rome’s Mediterranean Hegemony’, in J. Dubouloz, S. Pittia & G. Sabatini (eds),  L’imperium Romanum en perspective.  Les savoirs d’empire dans la République romaine et leur heritage dans l’Europe médiévale et modern (Besançon, 2014), 231-42

E. Bispham, ‘The Lucanians: Historical Perspective’, in M. Aberson, M.C. Biella, M. di Fazio &  M. Wullschleger (eds), Entre Archéologie et histoire: dialogues sur divers peoples de l’Italie préromaine. EGeA 2 (Geneva, 2014), 311-330

T.J. Cornell (ed.), The Fragments of the Roman Historians (3 vols, Oxford, 2013): member of editorial board and contributor, including ‘Q. Fabius Pictor’ & ‘L. Cincius Alimentus’ (with T.J. Cornell); ‘C. Acilius’ (with S.J. Northwood)

E. Bispham, ‘The Hellenistics of Death in Adriatic Central Italy’, in J.W.R. Prag & J. Quinn (eds), The Hellenistic West (Cambridge 2013), 44-78

E. Bispham, ‘Rome and Antium: Pirates, Polities and Identity in the Middle Republic’, in S. Roselaar (ed)., Processes of Integration and Identity Formation in the Roman Republic (Leiden, 2012), 227-245

E. Bispham, ‘Time for Italy in Velleius Paterculus’, in E. Cowan (ed.), Velleius Paterculus: Making History (Swansea, 2011), 17-57

E. Bispham, M. MacKinnon, N. McFerrin, C. Shelton, K. Swift, N. Wolff, ‘Excavations at Acquachiara (Atessa), 2002-2009, Quaderni di Archeologia d’Abruzzo 3 (2011), 31-6

E. Bispham, ‘Introduction’, ‘Warfare and the Army’ & ‘Religions’ in Bispham 2008: 1-7, 135-69, 203-33

E. Bispham, Roman Europe (ed), Short Oxford History of Europe (Oxford, 2008)

E. Bispham, ‘Pliny the Elder’s Italy’, in Bispham, Rowe & Matthews 2007: 41-67

E. Bispham G. Rowe & E. Matthews (eds), Vita Vigilia Est.  Essays in Honour of Barbara Levick, BICS Supplement 100 (London, 2007)

E. Bispham, ‘The Samnites’, in G.J. Bradley, E. Isayev & C. Riva (eds), Ancient Italy.  Regions Without Boundaries (Exeter, 2007), 179-22

E. Bispham, From Asculum to Actium: The Municipalization of Italy Between the Social War and  Actium (Oxford, 2007)

E. Bispham and T.E. Harrison, ‘The Calendar’ in Bispham, Harrison & Sparkes 2006, 485-88

E. Bispham, ‘Politics’ in Bispham, Harrison & Sparkes 2006, 447-64

E. Bispham, ‘Roman Historiography’, in Bispham, Harrison & Sparkes 2006, 384-90

E. Bispham, T. E. Harrison & B.A. Sparkes (eds), The Edinburgh Companion to Ancient Greece and Rome (Edinburgh, 2006)

E. Bispham, ‘Literary Sources’, in R. Morstein-Marx & N. Rosenstein, The Blackwell Companion to the Roman Republic (Oxford, 2006), 29-50

E. Bispham, ‘Coloniam deducere: how Roman was Roman Colonization during the Middle Republic’, in Greek and Roman Colonization.  Origins, Ideologies and Interactions, eds G. Bradley and J.-P. Wilson (Swansea, 2006), 74-160

E. Bispham, ‘Introduction’ in Bispham and Smith, 2000, 1-18

E. Bispham and C. J. Smith (eds), Religion in Archaic and Republican Rome and Italy: Evidence and Experience (Edinburgh, 2000)

E. Bispham, ‘Mimic. A Case Study in Early Roman Colonization’, in State Identities in the First Millenium B.C. (London, 2000), eds E. Herring and K. Lomas, 157-186

E. Bispham, ‘Carved in Stone: the Municpal Magistracies of Numerius Cluvius’, in The Epigraphic Landscape of Roman Italy (London, 2000), 39-75

E. Bispham, ‘The End of the Tabula Heracleensis: a Poor Man’s Sanctio?’, Epigraphica 59 (1997) 125-56

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