Years 1966-1977

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Bibliography

 

              1966:   ‘The Quebec Election: An Outsider’s View’, Commentator 8, (Sept.), pp. 29-30.

                            Review: Andreas Alfoldi, Early Rome and the Latins, CJ, 62, pp. 80-81.

 

              1967:   Review: J. P. V. D. Balsdon, ed., The Romans. CJ, 62, p. 280.

 

              1968:   ‘Father of History or Father of Lies: The Reputation of Herodotus’, CJ 64, pp. 11-17.

                            ‘Procopius of Caesarea and the Emperor Justinian’, Canadian Historical Association: Historical Papers, pp. 126-139.

                            ‘Motherland but not Homeland of Democracy’, Commentator 12 (March), pp. 17-19.

                            ‘From Victoria, B.C.’ Commentator 12 (Sept.), pp. 26-27.

                            Review: William C. Hayes, Most Ancient Egypt, Canadian Journal of History, 3, p. 98.

                            Review: H. Immerwahr, Form and Thought in Herodotus.  Classical World, May, p. 403.

 

              1969:   ‘Notes on Thermopylae and Artemisium,’ Historia 18 (1969), pp. 389-406.

                            ‘The Dates of the Anekdota and the De Aedificiis of Procopius’, CP 64 (1969), pp. 29-30.

                            ‘Mr. Wilson fights for his Political, and Britain’s Economic Life,’ Commentator 13/6, pp. 20-22.

                            Review: M. I. Finley, A History of Sicily: Ancient Sicily ti the Arab Conquest; Denis Mack Smith, Mediaeval Sicily, 800-1713;

                            Modern Sicily: After 1713. Classical World, February. p, 226.

                            Review: Henry C. Boren, The Gracchi. Classical World, Nov., pp. 94-95.

 

              1970:   ‘Procopius and the Emperor Justinian,’ Greece and Rome, ser. 2, 17, pp. 218-223.

                            ‘Why more engineers are needed in Classical Archaeology’ Science Forum (University of Toronto Press), no. 17, pp. 12-13.

 

              1971:   ‘Christianity and Paganism in Procopius of Caesarea,’ Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies 12, pp. 81-100.

 

              1972:   Procopius (New York) Reviewed in Speculum, (John Barker); Classical Review (Robert Browning).

                            ‘Looking for Dilmun: all paths lead to Bahrein,’ Science Forum no. 25, pp. 24-25.

                            Review: Alan Watson, The Law of Succession in the Later Roman Republic. Am,erican Classical Review, 2/3. p. 233.

 

              1973:   ‘Saving the Land in British Columbia’, Canadian Forum 53, pp. 2-3.

                            ‘The Shadow of Edward Gibbon’, in City and Society in the Eighteenth Century, eds. Paul Fritz and David Williams,

                            (Toronto: Hakkert), pp. 247-257.Ernet Posner, Archives of the Ancient World. Bulletin of

                            the American Society of Papyrologists, 10, p. 97.

 

              1974:   ‘The Atlantis Legend: New Evidence links the site to Crete,’ Science Forum no. 38 (7/2), pp. 21-23.

                            ‘Leningrad: Impressions of Magnificence,’ Western Living 4 (Feb./March), pp. 66-68.

                            ‘The Puppets of Palermo,’ Western Living 4 (April/May)  pp. 23-25.

                            Editor : Polis and Imperium: Studies in Honour of Edward Togo Salmon. (Toronto: Hakkert).

                            Review: Charles Taylor, Snow Job: Canada, the United States and Vietnam, (1945 to 1973). Books in Canada, 3/8, (Dec.), pp. 30-31.

 

              1975:   ‘Graduate Work in Classics at Canadian Universities,’ EMC /CV, 19/2, pp. 57-59.

                            ‘The Secret History of Procopius and Ancient Literary Traditions,’ Prudentia 7, pp. 105-109.

                            ‘Procopius, De Aedificiis I. 2. 9-10,’ Museum Helveticum 31, pp. 61-62.

                            Review: Claude Bissell, Halfway up Parnassus: A Personal Account of the University of Toronto, 1932-1971,

                            University Affairs, 16:4 (Apr.1975), p. 18.

                            Review: Hartmut Beister, Untersuchungen zu der Zeit der Thebanischen Hegemonie,

                            Classical Philology, 70 (1975), pp. 230-231.

                            Review: The Montreal Society of Architects,. Exploring Montreal: Its People, Buildings, Places; Harold Kalman,

                            Exploring Vancouver, Quill and Quire (January), p. 27.

                            Review: George Johnston, The Faroe Islanders’ Saga. Quill and Quire (May), p. 40.

                            Review: H. Hardin, A Nation Unaware. The Canadian Economic Culture, and David Hughes/Evelyn Kallen,

                            The Anatomy of Racism: Canadian Dimensions. University Affairs, 16/10 (Oct.), p. 19.

 

              1976:   ‘Herodotus and the Ionian Revolt,’ Historia 25, pp. 31-37.

                            ‘The Attitudes of the Secular Historians of the Age of Justinian towards the Classical Past,’ Traditio 32, pp. 353-358.

                            ‘Gibbon and The Decline and Fall’, ÉMC, CV, 20, pp. 86-90.

                            ‘The Settlement of Artaphernes,’ Classical Philology, 71, pp. 344-348.

                            Review: J. Crispo, The Public Right to Know. Accountability in the Secretive Society, University Affairs, 17/2, p. 10.

                            Review, T. H. B. Symons et al. To Know Ourselves.  University Affairs, 17/6, pp. 16-17.

 

              1977:   ‘The Walls of Thessalonica,’ Byzantion 47 (1977), pp. 361-362.

                            ‘How radiocarbon dating has revolutionized our idea about prehistory’ Science Forum, 10/3 (1977), pp. 30-32.

                            ‘Redating Prehistory in Europe,’ Archaeology 30 (1977), pp. 76-85.

                Review: The Montreal Society of Architects, Exploring Montreal: Its People, Buildings, Places; and Harold Kalman,

                Exploring Vancouver. Quill and Quire (January), p. 27.

                            Review: A. J. Podlecki, The Life of Themistocles, Queen’s Quarterly 84, pp. 117-118.

                            Review: James M. Redfield, Nature and Culture in the Iliad; the Ragedy of Hector. Queens Quarterly, 84, pp. p. 508-509.

                            Review: Wallace Clement, Continental Corporate Power: Economic Linkages between Canada and the United States. 

                            Books in Canada, 6/8  (Oct.) pp. 24-26.

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