Ancient History Magazine 18
In this issue: Criminal activities, the impact on the victims, and the attempts of ancient governments to bring criminals to heel.
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Theme: Crime and punishment
- Rebecca Littlechilds, 'Christian persecutions - The myth of martyrdom'.
- Duncan B. Campbell, 'Julia Restituta - Murdered for her necklace'.
- Scott Forbes Crawford, 'Pirates of Cilicia - Reaving the Golden Sea'.
- Hareth Al Bustani, 'To spite a face - Mutilation as punishment in the Byzantine Empire'.
- Julie Wileman, 'Policing the Ancient world - Ancient gatekeepers to modern profession'.
- Carole Raddato, 'Discover Olympos - A pirate town in Lycia'.
- Sarah Berry, 'Saucy Romans - Date sauce for boiled ostrich'.
- E.J.Taylor, 'Blood-soaked groves and primeval gods - Rome, the druids and human sacrifice in ancient Britain'.
- Erich B. Anderson, 'Human booty - Slavery in the Ancient Near East'.
- Jona Lendering, 'Never enough evidence - Philostratus and the Damis source'.
- Graham Sumner, 'Masada: aka The Antagonists (1981) - The Roman army on screen, part 11'.
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