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Name Susan Treggiari
Position Emeritus Professor of Classics, Stanford University; Retired member of the Faculty of Classics, University of Oxford
Latitude 51.7520
Longitude 1.2577
Research Interests

Roman social history, especially the family; the Ciceronian age.

Publications

Roman freedmen during the late Republic (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1969)
Cicero's Cilician Letters, translated with an introduction and notes (London Association of Classical Teachers Original Records no. 10, 1973) Second edition 53 pp. 1997.
Roman Marriage. Iusti coniuges from the time of Cicero to the time of Ulpian (Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1991) xv + 578 pp.; Paperback edition 1993.)
Roman social history (London: Routledge, Classical Foundations, 2002)
Terentia, Tullia and Publilia. The women of Cicero’s family (London: Routledge, Women of Antiquity, 2007)
Servilia and her family (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2019)

Selected recent articles
‘Caught in the act: In filia deprehendere in the Lex Iulia de adulteriis’ in C. Damon, J. Miller and K. Myers eds, Vertis in usum. Studies in honor of Edward Courtney (München: Sauer, 2002) 243-9
‘Ancestral virtues and vices: Cicero on nature, nurture and presentation’ in David Braund and Christopher Gill eds, Myth, history and culture in republican Rome. Studies in honour of T. P. Wiseman (University of Exeter Press, 2003) 139-64
‘Marriage and family in Roman society’, in K. M. Campbell ed. Marriage and family in the biblical world (Downers Grove, Illinois: InterVarsity Press, 2003) 132-82
‘Marriage and family’ in S. Harrison ed., A Companion to Latin literature (Oxford: Blackwell, 2005) 372-84
‘Putting the family across: Cicero on natural affection’, in M. George ed. The Roman family in the Empire. Rome, Italy and beyond (Oxford: Oxford University Press, 2005) 9-35
‘Women in the time of Augustus’ in Karl Galinsky ed., The Cambridge Companion to the Age of Augustus (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2005) 130-47
‘Kipling and the Classical World’, http://www.kipling.org.uk/bookmart_fra.htm (2012)
‘Cicero’s women’, Ad familiares 44 (2013) 111-2
‘The education of the Ciceros’, in W. Martin Bloomer ed., A Companion to ancient education (Oxford: Wiley Blackwell, 2015) 240-51
‘Servilia who?’, Carleton University Friends of Greek and Roman Studies Newsletter Winter 2018 (December 11 2018)

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