Aidos: The Psychology and Ethics of Honour and Shame in Ancient Greek Literature

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Abbreviations used in the list

Abbreviations for several of the most frequently cited periodicals are given below. Other, less familiar titles, are given in full or with only slight abbreviation.

A und A Antike und Abendland
AJP American Journal of Philology
APQ American Philosophical Quarterly
BICS Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies
CP Classical Philology
CQ Classical Quarterly
CR Classical Review
Entr. Fond. HardtFondation Hardt: Entretiens sur l'antiquité classique
GR Greece and Rome
GRBS Greek, Roma, and Byzantine Studies
HSCP Harvad Studies in Classical Philology
ICS Illinois Classical Studies
JHS Journal of Hellenic Studies
LCM Liverpool Classical Monthly
MH Museum Helveticum
Mnen Mnemosyne
PAS Proceedings of the Aristotelian Society
PCPS Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society
REG Revue des études grecs
Rev. Phil. Revue de philologie
RM Rheinisches Museum für Philologie
TAPA American Philological Association: Transactions and Proceedings
WdFWege der Forschung
WS Wiener Studien
YCS Yale Classical Studies

Dates of publication refer, as do page references in the notes above, to the edition (usually the latest or most authoritative) actually consulted. Date of first publication, for books, is usually given in parentheses, but, in order to avoid cluttering the bibliography, articles appearing in collections are normally designated by the date of the collection alone. In a few cases, however, I have referred to the article as originally published, and added references to an anthologized version.

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