Selection of recent and relevant publications of the GCLA members:

  • Maréchal, S. 2023. “From balnea to hammams : Late Antique bath design in Cyrenaica as inspiration for Early Islamic hammams?”, Al-Qantara, 44 (1).
  • Mazzola, M., – Van Nuffelen, P. 2023. “The Julian romance : a full text and a new date”, Journal of Late Antiquity 16 (2), p. 324–377.
  • Van Pelt, J. – De Temmerman, K. (eds.) 2023. Narrative, imagination and concepts of fiction in late antique hagiography, Brill.
  • Wijnendaele, J. (ed.) 2023. Late Roman Italy : imperium to regnum, Edinburgh university press.
  • Bentein, K. – Amory Y.  (eds.) 2022. Novel Perspectives on Communication Practices in Antiquity. Towards a Historical Social-Semiotic Approach (Papyrologica Lugduno-Batava 41), Brill.
  • De Vos B. M. J. – Praet D. (eds). 2022. In Search of Truth in the Pseudo-Clementine Homilies. New Approaches to a Philosophical and Rhetorical Novel of Late Antiquity, Mohr Siebeck.
  • Sacchi, P. F. – & Formisano, M. (eds.). 2022. Epitomic writing in Late Antiquity and beyond : forms of unabridged writing (Sera Tela: Studies in Late Antique Literature and Its Reception), Bloomsbury.
  • Galdi, G. 2021. “Bonum tempus tibi futurum significat: textual and linguistic remarks on the Sortes Sangallenses”, Latomus 80 (3), p. 604-631.
  • Van Hoof, L. 2021. “Libanius, Lemmatius and the location and career of a pagan (high?) priest under and after Julian”, Historia-Zeitschrift fur Alte Geschichte 70 (3), p. 375–393.
  • Van Nuffelen P. 2021. Rethinking the Gods: Philosophical Readings of Religion in the Post-Hellenistic Period, Cambridge University Press.
  • Maréchal, S. 2020. Public baths and bathing habits in late antiquity : a study of the evidence from Italy, North Africa and Palestine A.D. 285-700 (LAte Antique Archaeology Supplement 6), Brill.
  • Van Hoof L. – Van Nuffelen P. 2020. The Fragmentary Latin Histories of Late Antiquity (A.D. 300-620): Edition, Translation, and Commentary, Cambridge University Press.
  • Hasenzagl, C. 2019. North Tunisian red slip ware: From production sites in the Salomonson Survey 1960-1972 (Babesch Supplement 37), Peeters.