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Monographie

  • Verhasselt, G. (2018): Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued IV B: History of Literature, Music, Art and Culture. Fascicle 9: Dikaiarchos of Messene [No. 1400]. Leiden - Boston. Brill.

Aufsätze und Buchbeiträge

  • 1. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “Heraclides’ Epitome of Aristotle’s Constitutions and Barbarian Customs: Two Neglected Fragments”. In: The Classical Quarterly.
  • 2. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “Did Homer Nod Off? Aristotle and Homeric Problem-Solving”. In: The Fragments of Aristotle’s Lost Works, Eds. Shields C., Noriega-Olmos S., Mesquita A.P. (Beiträge zur Altertumskunde). Berlin: de Gruyter.
  • 3. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “The Seven Sages and the Inscription of Aï Khanoum”. In: Clearchus of Soli: Text, Translation, and Discussion, Eds. Mirhady, D., Fortenbaugh, W.W. (Rutgers University Studies in Classical Humanities 21). New York: Routledge.
  • 4. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “Herodotus, Historiae IV 97.3-5”. In: The Oxyrhynchus Papyri (Graeco-Roman Memoirs). London: Egypt Exploration Society.
  • 5. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “Aristodemus, FGrHist 104 F 1 13.1-15.3”. In: The Oxyrhynchus Papyri (Graeco-Roman Memoirs). London: Egypt Exploration Society.
  • 6. Verhasselt, G. (angenommen): “Fragment of New Comedy?”. In: The Oxyrhynchus Papyri (Graeco-Roman Memoirs). London: Egypt Exploration Society.
  • 7. Ceulemans, R., Verhasselt, G. (2018): “Fragments of the Wisdom of Solomon (10:8b–d and 10:15b–17d) from Khirbet Mird (P.Leuven PAM 21 = Rahlfs 888)”. In: Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 205, 107-117.
  • 8. Verhasselt, G. (2017): “Philodemus’ Excerpt from Dicaearchus on Plato in the Historia Academicorum (PHerc. 1021, coll. 1*-1-2): Edition, Translation, and Commentary”. In: Cronache Ercolanesi 47, 55-72.
  • 9. Verhasselt, G. (2017). “On Sokrates and the Sokratic Schools”. In: Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A. Biography. Fascicle 8. Anonymous Biographical Papyri, Eds. Brusuelas J., Obbink D., Schorn S. Leiden - Boston: Brill. Published online.
  • 10. Verhasselt, G. (2017). “On Critical Signs in the Manuscripts of Plato”. In: Die Fragmente der Griechischen Historiker Continued. Part IV. Biography and Antiquarian Literature. IV A. Biography. Fascicle 8. Anonymous Biographical Papyri, Eds. Brusuelas J., Obbink D., Schorn S. Leiden - Boston: Brill. Published online.
  • 11. Verhasselt, G. (2017): “Reconstructing Lost Prose Literature: The Fragments of Dicaearchus”. Accepted for publication in: Fragments, Holes, and Wholes: Reconstructing the Ancient World in Theory and Practice, Eds. Derda T., Hilder J., Kwapisz J. (The Journal of Juristic Papyrology Supplements 30). Warsaw: Taubenschlag Foundation, 109-126.
  • 12. Brusuelas, J., Meccariello, C., Verhasselt, G. (2016): “[Plutarch], De proverbiis Alexandrinorum 50 (?)”. In: The Oxyrhynchus Papyri. Volume LXXXI, Eds. Brusuelas J., Meccariello C. (Graeco-Roman Memoirs 102). London: Egypt Exploration Society, 67-70.
  • 13. Verhasselt, G. (2016): “Dicaearchus on Alcaeus: A Peripatetic Approach to Archaic Poetry”. In: Rivista di filologia e istruzione classica 144, 266-299.
  • 14. Verhasselt, G. (2016): “What Were Works Περὶ βίων? A Study of the Extant Fragments”. In: Philologus 160, 59-83.
  • 15. Verhasselt, G. (2016): “Lex Pinault: Eine indogermanische Lautregel?”. In: Historische Sprachforschung 127 [2014], 2-42.
  • 16. Verhasselt, G. (2015): “Hermippus on Chaeron of Pellene (Phld., Acad. Hist., PHerc. 1021, Coll. 10, 40-12, 4 and PHerc. 164, Fr. 22 and Fr. 24): Edition and Discussion”. In: Cronache Ercolanesi 45, 33-47.
  • 17. Verhasselt, G. (2015): “A Peripatetic Dialogue in P.Oxy. LIII 3699: A New Edition Based on New Joins”. In: Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete 61, 5-31.
  • 18. Verhasselt, G. (2015): “The Hypotheses of Euripides and Sophocles by ‘Dicaearchus’”. In: Greek, Roman, and Byzantine Studies 55, 608-636.
  • 19. Verhasselt, G. (2015): “Dikaiarchos of Messene”. In: The Encyclopedia of Ancient History. Online Additions, Eds. Bagnall R., Brodersen K., Champion C.B., Erskine A., Huebner S.R. Wiley-Blackwell.
  • 20. Williams, A. C., Santarsiero, A., Meccariello, C., Verhasselt, G., Carroll, H.D., Wallin, J.F., Obbink, D., Brusuelas, J.H. (2015): “Proteus – A Platform for Born Digital Critical Editions of Literary and Subliterary Papyri”. In: 2015 Digital Heritage International Congress, II: Analysis & Interpretation. Theory, Methodologies, Preservation & Standards. Digital Heritage Projects & Applications, Eds. Guidi G., Torres J.C., Scopigno R., Graf H. Granada: IEEE, 453-456.
  • 21. Verhasselt, G. (2013): “A New Reading in Philodemus’ Historia Academicorum (PHerc. 1021 Col. 2) with Observations on Dicaearchus in Col. Y (F 46b Mirhady)”. In: Cronache Ercolanesi 43, 17-26.
  • 22. Verhasselt, G. (2012): “The Pre-Greek Linguistic Substratum. A Critical Assessment of Recent Theories”. In: Les Études Classiques 79 [2011], 257-283.
  • 23. Verhasselt, G. (2010): “The Pre-Greek Linguistic Substratum. An Overview of Current Research”. In: Les Études Classiques 77 [2009], 211-239.

Rezension

  • 1. Verhasselt, G. (2018): Rezension von P. J. Rhodes (ed.), Aristotle. The Athenian Constitution Written in the School of Aristotle. Aris & Phillips classical texts. Liverpool: Liverpool University Press, 2017. In: Bryn Mawr Classical Review 2018-07-21.

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