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Name Marijana Ricl
Position Professor
Institutional Affiliation Belgrade University, Faculty of Philisophy
Latitude 44.818145
Longitude 20.457600
Research Interests

Greek history, Greek epigraphy, Anatolian cults

Websites https://fvm.academia.edu/MarijanaRicl


1. Polybius, Histories, Matica srpska, Novi Sad 1988 (translation into Serbian).
2. La conscience du péché dans les cultes anatoliens à l’époque romaine, University of Belgrade, Belgrade 1995 (in Serbian, with a French summary).
3. The Inscriptions of Alexandreia Troas (Inschriften griechischer Städte aus Kleinasien, Bd. 53), Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften/Nordrhein-Westälische Akademie der Wissenschaften), Bonn 1997.
4. Diodorus Siculus, Historical Library, Books XVII-XXII, Matica srpska, Novi Sad, 1998 (translation into Serbian).
5. Inscriptiones Graecae Epiri, Macedoniae, Thraciae, Scythiae Consilio et Auctoritate Academiae Scientiarum Berolinensis et Brandenburgensis editae, pars II: Inscriptiones Macedoniae, fasc. II: Inscriptiones Macedoniae Septentrionalis, sectio prima: Inscriptiones Lyncestidis, Heracleae, Pelagoniae, Derriopi, Lychnidi, ediderunt Fanula Papazoglu, Milena Milin, Marijana Ricl, adiuvante Klaus Hallof, Berolini – Novi Eboraci (Gualterus de Gruyter), MIM.
6. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names. Volume VA: Coastal Asia Minor: Pontos to Ionia. Editor Thomas Corsten, Assistant Editor Richard W. V. Catling, Associate Editor Marijana Ricl, Clarendon Press, Oxford 2010, pp. XXXVII + 496.


7. Ad Spomenik LXXVII 7, Živa antika 33, 1982, 165-170 (in Serbian, with an English summary).
8. New Greek Inscriptions from Lyncestis, Živa antika 33, 1982, 33-46 (in Serbian, with an English summary; with N. Proeva).
9. Lower Social Classes in Apuleius’ “Metamorphoses”, Živa antika 34, 1984, 105-110 (in Serbian, with an English summary).
10. Sappho, Venac, Beograd 1984, 39-42 (in Serbian).
11. Slavery in the Province of Macedonia During the First Three Centuries of the Empire, Acts of the VIII Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, Athens 1984, 137-139.
12. Notes sur l’esclavage en Macédoine hellénistique, Istorijski glasnik 1986, 37-49 (in Serbian, with a French summary).
13. Le sanctuaire des dieux Saint et Juste à Yaylababa Köyü, Živa antika 40, 1990, 157-177.
14. Nouveaux monuments votifs de Phrygie, Epigraphica Anatolica 17, 1991, 73-78.
15. A Maeonian pittakion in Geneva? Živa antika Posebna izdanja, Skopje 1991, 201-206 (in Serbian, with an English summary).
16. Hosios kai Dikaios. Première partie: Catalogue des inscriptions, Epigraphica Anatolica 18, 1991, 1-70.
17. Hosios kai Dikaios. Seconde partie: Analyse, Epigraphica Anatolica 19, 1992, 71-103.
18. Hosios kai Dikaios. Nouveaux monuments, Epigraphica Anatolica 20, 1992, 95-100.
19. Consecration d’esclaves en Macédoine sous l’Empire, Živa antika 43, 1993, 129-144 (in Serbian, with a French summary).
20. New Greek Inscriptions from Pelagonia and Derriopos, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 101, 1994, 151-163.
21. Nouvelles inscriptions votives de Macédoine orientale, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik, 101, 1994, 139-150 (with A. Panev).
22. Inscriptions votives inédites au Musée d'Eskisehir, Živa antika 44, 1994, 157-174.
23. The Appeal to Divine Justice in the Lydian Confession-Inscriptions, Asia Minor Studien 13, Münster 1995, 67-76.
24. Les ΚΑΤΑΓΡΑΦΑΙ du sanctuaire d'Apollon Lairbenos, Arkeoloji dergisi 3, 1995, 167-195.
25. Epigraphical Survey in Alexandreia Troas, Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı 13, Ankara 1995, 7-13.
26. Unpublished Inscriptions from the Troad, Živa antika 47, 1997, 177-186.
27. Alexandreia Troas in the Hellenistic Period, Mélanges d'histoire et d'épigraphie offerts à Fanoula Papazoglou, Belgrade 1997, 86-116.
28. A New Royal Inscription from Phrygia Paroreios: Eumenes II Grants Tryriaion the Status of a Polis, Epigraphica Anatolica 29, 1997, 1-30 (with L. Jonnes).
29. A New Paramone-Inscription from the Burdur Museum, Epigraphica Anatolica 29, 1997, 30-34.
30. CIG 4142: A Forgotten Confession-Inscription from north-west Phrygia, Epigraphica Anatolica 29, 1997, 35-43.
31. Two New Inscriptions from Alexandreia Troas, Tekmeria 5, 2000 [2001], 127-132.
32. The Phrase καταχθείσης τριακονθημέρου in an Inscription from Macedonian Lefkopetra, Tekmeria 5, 2000, 155-160.
33. A Matris Deae Libertus at Sirmium, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 134, 2001, 287-296.
34. A Family Quarrel in Early Byzantine Beroea, Scripta Classica Israelica 20, 2001, 97-104.
35. Phrygian Votive Steles, Epigraphica Anatolica 33, 2001, 195-198.
36. Donations of Slaves and Freeborn Children to Deities in Roman Macedonia and Phrygia: A Reconsideration, Tyche 16, 2001 [2002], 127-160.
37. The cult of the Iranian Goddess Anāhitā in Anatolia before and after Alexander, Živa antika 52, 2002, 201-214.
38. In Memoriam: Peter Herrmann (1927-2002), Živa antika 52, 2002, 229-230.
39. Society and Economy or Rural Sanctuaries in Roman Lydia and Phrygia, Epigraphica Anatolica 35, 2003, 77-101.
40. Varia Epigraphica, Epigraphica Anatolica 35, 2003, 102-112.
41. Legal and Social Status of θρεπτοί and Related Categories in the Greek World: The Case of Phrygia in the Roman Period, Νεοελληνική κληρονομία στούς Σέρβους (Neohelensko nasledje kod Srba I), Belgrade 2005, 145-166.
42. ΑΝΘΡΩΠΟΙ ΘΡΕΠΤΙΚΟΙ in a New Incription from Hypaipa, Epigraphica Anatolica 38, 2005, 45-52 (with H. Malay).
43. Legal and Social Status of θρεπτοί and Related Categories in the Greek World: The Case of Lydia in the Roman Period, Recueil de travaux de la Faculté de philosophie, série A: Les sciences historiques, tome XX: Sobria Ebrietas: Mélanges offerts à Miron Flašar, Belgrade 2006, 293-321.
44. A Confession-inscription from Jerusalem?, Scripta Classica Israelica 25, 2006, 51-56.
45. Some Funerary Inscriptions from Lydia, Epigraphica Anatolica 39, 2006, 49-83 (with H. Malay).
46. A New Dedication from the Katakekaumene, Epigraphica Anatolica 39, 2006, 84-86 (with H. Malay).
47. Neokoroi in the Greek East, Acts of the 13th International Congress of Greek and Latin Epigraphy, University of Oxford 2-7 September 2007, Summary Papers, Oxford 2007, 31.
48. A New Imprecation against Desecrators of the Grave from Northwest Lydia, Arkeoloji dergisi 9, 2007, 117-121 (with H. Malay).
49. A New Honorary Inscription for Cn. Vergilius Capito from Miletos, Epigraphica Anatolica 40, 2007, 29-32 (with S. Akat).
50. Two New Public Inscriptions from Herakleia Salbake, Epigraphica Anatolica 40, 2007, 23-28 (with H. Malay).
51. Newly Published and Unpublished Inscriptions for Hosios and Dikaios and their Contribution to the Study of the Cult, in Vom Euphrat bis zum Bosphorus, Kleinasien in der Antike, Festschrift für Elmar Schwertheim zum 65. Gebürtstag, Asia Minor Studien 65, Münster 2008, 563-579.
52. Epigraphic Survey in the Küçük Menderes valley, 26. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Ankara 2009, 267-272.
53. Two New Inscriptions Recording Constructions in Dioshieron or Hypaipa, Ancient History, Numismatics and Epigraphy in the Mediterranean World. Studies in Memory of Clemens E. Bosch and Sabahat Atlan and in Honour of Nezahat Baydur, Istanbul 2009, 227-229 (with H. Malay).
54. Legal and Social Status of θρεπτοί and Related Categories in Narrative and Documentary Sources, in From Hellenism to Islam. Cultural and Linguistic Change in the Roman Near East, edited by H. M. Cotton, R. G. Hoyland, J. J. Price, D. J. Wasserstein, Cambridge University Press 2009, 93-114.
55. Two New Hellenistic Decrees from Aigai in Aiolis, Epigraphica Anatolica 42, 2009, 39-60 (with H. Malay).
56. Report on the Results of an Epigraphic Survey in the Cayster Valley in October 2008, Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 35/2, 2009, 182-185.
57. Greek Inscriptions in the Museum of Tire (Turkey), Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 35/2, 2009, 186-189.
58. Preliminary Report on the 2009 Epigraphic Survey and New Inscriptions from the Cayster Valley, Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 35/2, 2009, 189-193.
59. Greek Inscriptions in the Museum of Tire, 27. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Denizli 2009, Ankara 2010, 445-450.
60. Report on the Results of an Epigraphic Survey in the Cayster Valley in October 2008, 27. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Ankara 2010, 439-444.
61. A New Inscription from the Cayster Valley and the Question of Double Names in Hellenistic and Roman Lydia, Onomatologos. Studies in Greek Personal Names presented to Elaine Matthews, edited by R. W. V. Catling and F. Marchand (with the assistance of M. Sasanow). Oxford, 2010, 532-553.
62. 2010 Epigraphic Survey in the Cayster Valley, Dialogues d’histoire ancienne 36/2, 2010, 188-191.
63. 2009 Epigraphic Survey in the Cayster valley, 28. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Ankara 2011, 349-354.
64. Neokoroi in the Greek World, Belgrade Historical Review 2, 2011, 7-26.
65. Observations on a New Corpus of Inscriptions from Lydia, Epigraphica Anatolica 44, 2011, 143-152.
66. 2010 Epigraphic Survey in the Cayster valley, 29. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Ankara 2012, 505-510.
67. Sacrilege in a Sacred Forest? New Interpretation of a Recently Published Inscription from Lycia, Belgrade Historical Review 3, 2012, 25-29.
68. A Dedication to Heracles, Hosios and Dikaios and Chrysea Parthenos from the Kibyratis (with Th. Corsten), Gephyra 9, 2012, 143-151.
69. Two New Decrees from Iulia Gordos and Lora (with H. Malay), Epigraphica Anatolica 45, 2012, 73-87.
70. Trapezonai in the Sanctuary of Pluto and Kore at Acharaca, Ancient West & East 12, 2013, 295-302.
71. Current Archaeological and Epigraphic Research in the Region of Lydia, in: H. Bru-G. Labarre (edd.), L’Anatolie des peuples, des cites et des cultures (IIe millénaire av. J.-C. – Ve siècle ap. J.-C.), Colloque international de Besançon – 26-27 Novembre 2010, Presses universitaires de Franche-Comté, Besançon 2013, vol. 1: Autour d'un projet d'atlas historique et archéologique de l'Asie Mineure. Méthodologie et prospective, 189-195.
72. New Inscriptions from the Kayster River (Küçük Menderes) Valley, Epigraphica Anatolica 46, 2013, 35-56.
73. A New Royal Letter from Pessinus: Some Corrections and Suggestions, Epigraphica Anatolica 47, 2014, 141-146.
74. A New Benefactor from the Upper Meander Valley (Çal ovası) (with E. Akıncı Öztürk), Epigraphica Anatolica 47, 2014, 16-20.
75. 2012 Epigraphical Survey in the Küçük Menderes (Cayster) Valley, 31. Araştırma sonuçları toplantısı, Muğla 2014, 331-336.
76. Continuity and change in Anatolian Cults: the Case of Lydian Confession-Inscriptions, Belgrade Historical Review 5, 2014, 7-21.
77. 2013 Epigraphical Survey in the Kayster River Valley, Зборник Матице српске за класичне студије (Journal of Classical Studies Matica srpska) 16, 2014, 7-15.
78. New Inscriptions from the Kayster River (Küçük Menderes) Valley II, Ancient West & East 14, 2015, 275-291.
79. A New Attestation of the Cult of Zeus Trossou from the Upper Meander Valley (Çal ovası) (with E. Akıncı Öztürk and H. Hüseyin Baysal), Gephyra 12, 2015, 191-198.
80. The Cult of Meis Axiottenos in Lydia, in: M.-P. de Hoz, J.P. Sánchez and C. Molina (eds.), Between Tarhuntas and Zeus Polieus: Cultural Crossroads in the Temples and Cults of Graeco-Roman Anatolia, Colloquia Antiqua 17, 2016, 151-169.
81. A Roman Senator ‘redivivus’ and a New Asiarch: Two New Inscriptions from Thyateira and Hierokaisareia’, in B. Takmer, E. N. Akdoğu Arca, N. Gökalp Özdil (edd.), Vir Doctus Anatolicus. Studies in Memory of Sencer Şahin. Sencer Şahin Anısına Yazılar, Istanbul 2016, 657-662 (with H. Malay).
82. New Gold and Silver Amulets from Moesia Superior (Serbia), ZPE 203, 2017, 164-175 (with M. Korać).
83. New Greek and Latin Inscriptions from Viminacium, ZPE 203, 2017, 235-249 (with S. Ferjančić and M. Korać).
84. Cults of Phrygia Epiktetos in the Roman Imperial Period, Epigraphica Anatolica 50, 2017, 133-148.
85. Two New Early-Hellenistic Inscriptions from Aiolis and Karia, in: Živa Antika 67, 2017 (with H. Malay, forthcoming).


86. E. Masson, Les douze dieux de l'immortalité, Paris 1988: Živa antika 39, 1989, 100-102.
87. G. Wilhelm, The Hurrians, Warminster 1989: Živa antika 40, 1990, 233-235.
88. A. Bevilacqua, Antiche iscrizioni augurali e magiche dai codici di Girolamo Amati, Roma 1991: Živa antika 41, 1992, 134-135.
89. P.M. Nigdelis, Ἐπιγραφικά Θεσσαλονίκεια. Συμβολή στήν πολιτική καί κοινωνική ἱστορία τῆς ἀρχαίας Θεσσαλονίκης, Thessaloniki 2006: Tyche 23, 2008, 273-275.
90. H. Heinen (ed.), Handwörterbuch der antiken Sklaverei (HAS). CD-ROM Lieferung 1. Forschungen zur antiken Sklaverei, 5. Stuttgart 2006: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2008.01.49 (online publication).
91. M. Lagogianni-Georgakarakou – K. Burazelis (edd.), Ἔδοξεν τῆι βουλῆι καὶ τῶι δήμωι. Ἡ ἀθηναική δημοκρατία μιλάει με τις ἐπιγραφές της. Ἔκθεση ἐπιγραφῶν τοῦ Ἐπιγραφικού Μουσείου. Ἐπιστημονικός κατάλογος, Athens 2007: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2009.01.14 (online publication).
92. P. M. Fraser, Greek Ethnic Terminology. A Lexicon of Greek Personal Names Supplementary Volume. Oxford and New York, 2009: Klio 93, 2011, 228-230.
93. D. Reitzenstein, Die Lykischen Bundespriester. Repräsentation der kaiserzeitlichen Elite Lykiens, Klio Beiträge zur Alten Geschichte. Beihefte, Neue Folge Band 17, München 2011: Ancient West & East 12, 2013, 439-440.
94. R. van Bremen and J.-M. Carbon (eds.), Hellenistic Karia, Proceedings of the First International Conference on Hellenistic Karia, Oxford, 29 June-2 July 2006, Ausonius Éditions Études 28, Ausonius, Bordeaux 2010: Ancient West & East 13, 2014, 266-267.
95. L. Karlsson and S. Carlsson (eds.), Labraunda and Karia, Proceedings of the International Symposium Commemorating Sixty Years of Swedish Archaeological Work in Labraunda, The Royal Swedish Academy of Letters, History and Antiquities, Stockholm, November 20-21, 2008, Acta Universitatis Upsalienis, Boreas: Uppsala Studies in Ancient Mediterranean and Near Eastern Civilizations 32, Uppsala University, Uppsala 2011: Ancient West & East 13, 2014, 264-266.
96. L. Summerer, A. Ivantchik and A. von Kienlin (eds.), Kelainai-Apameia Kibotos: Développement urbain dans le contexte anatolien. Actes du colloque international, Munich, 2-4 avril 2009, Kelainai 1, Ausonius, Bordeaux 2011: Ancient West & East 14, 2015, 436-437.
97. J. Borchhardt and A. Pekridou-Gorecki, mit Beiträgen von Ş. Karagöz et al., Aufnahmen von L. Fliesser et al., Limyra: Studien zu Kunst und Epigraphik in den Nekropolen der Antike, Forschungen in Limyra 5, Österreichisches Archäologisches Institut/Phoibos Verlag, Wien 2012: Ancient West & East 15, 2016, 366-367.
98. R. Parker (ed.), Personal Names in Ancient Anatolia, Proceedings of the British Academy 191, Oxford University Press, Oxford 2013: Ancient West & East 15, 2016, 453-454.
99. P. Herrmann, Kleinasien im Spiegel epigraphischer Zeugnisse. Ausgewählte kleine Schriften, ed. W. Blümel, Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/Boston 2016: Ancient West & East 2018 (forthcoming).
100. Bagnall (R.S.), Casagrande-Kim (R.), Ersoy (A.), Tanrıver (C.) (edd.), Graffiti from the Basilica in the Agora of Smyrna. With a contribution by Burak Yolaçan, New York: Institute for the Study of the Ancient World / New York University Press, 2016: Classical Review 68.2, 2018.

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