Classical Studies

Graduate Distance Program

Students in the Classics Graduate Distance Learning Program may find the following links useful, especially when first joining the program.

Summer Latin Institute 2019: Sallust

Summer Latin Institute 2017

Latin Summer Institute 2017: Velleius Paterculus


A Good Place to Start:

Oxford Bibliography on Velleius Paterculus by Eleanor Cowan, 2014

Velleius Paterculus in The Oxford Companion to Classical Civilization. 2014.

Other Sources:

Cogitore, I. "Portraits in the works of Velleius Paterculus." Latomus 68, no. 1 (2009): 51-72.

Connal, Robert T. "Velleius Paterculus: The Soldier and the Senator." Classical World 107, no. 1 (2013): 49-62.

Cowan, Eleanor. "Contesting Clementia: the Rhetoric of Severitas in Tiberian Rome before and after the Trial of Clutorius Priscus." JRS 106 (2016): 77-101.

Dawson, Christopher. "The Princeps Optimus: Towards a New Reading of Velleius Paterculus' History." Master's Thesis, 2008.

Kramer, Emil Augustine. "Imaging empire: Aspects of Velleius Paterculus' historiography." Dissertation, 1999.

Kuntze, Claudia. 1985. Zur Darstellung des Kaisers Tiberius und seiner Zeit bei Velleius Paterculus. Frankfurt am Main: P. Lang.

Ramage, Edwin S. "Velleius Paterculus 2.126.2-3 and the Panegyric Tradition." Classical Antiquity 1, no. 2 (1982): 266.

Saddington, D. B. "An Augustan Officer on the Roman Army: Militaria in Velleius Paterculus and Some Inscriptions." Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 46, S81 (2003): 19-29.

Starr, Raymond James. "Velleius Paterculus: A Literary Introduction." Dissertation, 1978.


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Title page of a rare book of the work of Velleius Paterculus, published in Oxford in 1693

Title page of a rare book of the work of Velleius Paterculus, published in Paris in 1785

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