Part I. Text and context -- Livian manuscript tradition / Marielle de Franchis -- Historical context of the Ab Vrbe Condita / Barbara Levick -- Part II. Ideological and historical aspects -- Portraits of peoples / Jacques-Emmanuel Bernard -- Rome, Magna Graecia and Sicily in Livy from 326 to 200 BC / Kathryn Lomas -- Urban landscape, monuments, and the building of memory in Livy / Mary Jaeger -- Livy and religion / John Scheid -- Livy's liturgical order: systematization in the history / Frances Hickson Hahn -- Livy's use of exempla / Jane D. Chaplin -- Roman wars and armies in Livy / Yann Le Bohec -- Livy's political and moral values and the principate / Bernard Mineo -- Livy's historical philosophy / Bernard Mineo -- Part III. Literary aspects -- Livy and indo-European comparatism / Dominique Briquel -- Livy and the annalistic tradition / Jürgen von Ungern-Sternberg -- The complications of Quellenforschung: the case of Livy and Fabius Pictor / James H. Richardson -- Livy and the Greek historians from Herodotus to Dionysius: some soundings and reflections / Craige B. Champion -- Allusions and intertextuality in Livy's third decade / David S. Levene -- The composition of the Ab Vrbe Condita: the case of the First Pentad / Ann Vasaly -- Reading Livy's Book 5 / Stephen P. Oakley -- Part IV. Book 1. The regal period -- Livy's narrative of the regal period and historical and archaeological facts / Timothy Cornell -- Livy's narrative of the regal period: structure and ideology / Paul Marius Martin -- Literary archetypes for the regal period / Marianna Scapini -- The representation of the regal period in Livy / Matthew Fox -- Part V. Books 1-5. From Tarquinius Superbus to the Siege of Rome by the Gauls -- Tarquin the Superb and the proclamation of the Roman Republic / Attilio Mastrocinque -- The beginnings of the Republic from 509 to 390 / Gary Forsythe -- Part VI. Books 6-10. From the Siege of Rome (390 bc) to Sentinum -- From 390 to Sentinum: diplomatic and military Livian history / Ghislaine Stouder -- From 390 to Sentinum: political and ideological aspects / Michel Humm -- Part VII. Books 21-45: from the Second Punic War to Pydna -- Rome and Carthage in Livy / Dexter Hoyos -- Livy: overseas wars / Giovanni Brizzi and Giambattista Cairo -- The Roman Republic and the internal politics between 232-167 BC / Klaus Bringmann -- Livy, Polybius, and the Greek east (Books 31-45) / Arthur M. Eckstein -- Part VIII. Books 1-142/150. Periochae -- The Periochae / Luigi Bessone -- Part IX. Reception -- The transmission of Livy from the end of the Roman Empire to the beginning of the 17th century: distortion or discovery, a story of corruption / Pierre Marchaux
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