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'Roman attitudes to the externae gentes of the North', AClass 4 (1961) 90-102.

'The function of education according to Christian writers of the latter part of the fourth century A.D.', AClass 8 (1965) 86-101.

'The Classics in South Africa', Euphrosyne 2 (1968) 215-220.

'The education of an ideal man. The views of Plato, Cicero, Augustine', Akroterion 15 (1970) 5-16.

'The Roman auxilia in Tacitus, Josephus, and other Early Imperial writers', AClass 13 (1970) 89-124.

'The city in Classical antiquity', Akroterion 17 (1972) 14-22.

'The educational effect of catechetical instruction in the fourth century A.D.', Euphrosyne 7 (1972) 249-271.

'Towards the dating of early inscriptions recording Roman auxiliary regiments', in Akten des VI. Internationalen Kongresses fur Griechische und Lateinische Epigraphik, Munchen 1972 (Munich 1973) 538-540.

'Race relations in the early Roman Empire', in W. Haase & H. Temporini (edd.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, vol. 2.3 (Berlin 1975) 112-137.

'The development of the Roman auxiliary forces from Augustus to Trajan', in W. Haase & H. Temporini (edd.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, vol. 2.3 (Berlin 1975) 176-201.

'Notes on two passages in Tacitus (Ann. 4.24.3 and 15.25.3)', CQ 28 (1978) 330332.

'Prefects and lesser officers in the Roman auxilia of the Early Imperial period', PACA 15 (1980) 20-58.

The Development of the Roman Auxiliary Forces from Caesar to Vespasian (49 B.C. A.D. 79) (Mount Pleasant, Harare 1982).

'The auxiliary prefect Glabrio and the introduction of the duovirate at Perusia', Athenaeum 61 (1983) 264-266.

'Praefecti fabrum of the Julio-Claudian period', in E. Weber & G Dobesch (edd.), Romische Geschichte, Altertumskunde und Epigraphik. Festschrift fur Artur Bettz zur Vollendung seines 80. Lebensjahres (Vienna 1985) 529-546.

'The stationing of auxiliary regiments in Germania Superior in the Julio-Claudian period', in D. Planck (ed.), Studien zu den Militdrgrenzen Roms, III: 13. International Limeskongress, Aalen 1983. Vortrdge, Eric Birley zum 80. Geburtstag gewidmet, 12. Januar 1986 (Stuttgart 1986) 779-781.

'St. Ignatius, leopards, and the Roman army', JThS 38 (1987) 411-412.

'A new Julio-Claudian auxiliary decurion?', ZPE 68 (1987) 261-262.

'Some unpublished Hispano-Roman coins in the Mann Collection in the Cultural Museum in Cape Town', Akroterion 32 (1987) 94-98.

'Praefecti classis, orae maritimae and ripae of the second triumvirate and the Early Empire', JRGZ 35 (1988) 299-313.

'The origin and nature of the German and British fleets', Britannia 21 (1990) 223-232.

'The origin and character of the provincial fleets of the early Roman Empire', in V. Maxfield & M.J. Dobson (edd.), Roman Frontier Studies 1989: Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (Exeter 1991) 397-399.

R.M. Ogilvie, 'An interim report on Tacitus' Agricola' with an addendum by D.B. Saddington & L.J.F. Keppie; and a note on viri militares in the Agricola by D.B. Saddington, in W. Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, vol. 2.33.3 (Berlin 1991) 1714-1740.

'Tacitus and the Roman army', in W. Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, vol. 2.33.5 (Berlin 1991) 3484-3555.

'The parameters of romanization', in V. Maxfield & M.J. Dobson (edd.), Roman Frontier Studies 1989: Proceedings of the XVth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies (Exeter 1991) 413-418.

'Felix in Samaria: a note on Tac. Ann. 12.54.1 and Suet. Claud. 28.1', AClass 35 (1992) 161-163.

'The armed forces and the equestrian administrators of Early Imperial Sardinia and Corsica', in Sardinia antiqua: studi in onore di Piero Meloni in occasione del suo settantesimo compleanno (Cagliari 1992) 265-270.

'Preparing to become Roman: the 'romanization' of Deiotarus in Cicero', in U. Vogel-Weidemann (ed.), Charistion C.P.T. Naude (Pretoria 1993) 87-97. 'A context for a dedication by five cavalry regiments to a Cornelius Scipio in Rome?', ZPE 104 (1994) 73-77.

'Problems in military ranks and military personnel in Josephus', in Y. Le Bohec (ed.), La hierarchie (Randordnung) de l'armee romaine sous le Haut-Empire: actes du congres de Lyon (15-18 septembre 1994) (Paris 1995) 53-55.

'Roman and military administrative personnel in the New Testament', in W. Haase (ed.), Aufstieg und Niedergang der Romischen Welt, vol. 2.26.3 (Berlin 1996) 409-2435.

'Early Imperial praefecti castrorum', Historia 45 (1996) 244-252.

'The relationship between holding office in a municipium or colonia and the militia equestris in the Early Principate', Athenaeum 84 (1996) 157-181.

With U.R.D. Vogel, 'An unpublished coin of Pontius Pilate and some speculations about his career', Akroterion 42 (1997) 23-29.

'The witnessing of pre- and early Flavian military diplomas and discharge procedures in the Roman army', Epigraphica 59 (1997) 157-172.

'The "Politics" of the auxilia and the forging of auxiliary regimental identity', in W. Groenman-van Waateringe et al. (edd.), Roman Frontier Studies 1995 (Oxford 1997) 493-496.

'The working of the Roman Empire, and Roman officialdom in the Early Patristic period', APB 9 (1998) 103-114.

'Civil violence: review article', Scholia 8 (1999) 120-126.

'Roman soldiers, local gods and interpretatio Romana in Roman Germany', AClass 42 (1999) 155-169.

'Military tribunes in the Roman military and administrative system in the pre-Flavian period', in Atti del XI Congresso Internazionale di Epigrafia Greca e Latina: Roma, 18-24 settembre 1997 (Rome 1999) 297-314.

'Honouring Tiberius on inscriptions, and in Valerius Maximus: a note', AClass 43 (2000) 166-172.

'The sorts of names used by auxiliaries in the Early Principate', in G. Alfoldy, B. Dobson & W. Eck (edd.), Kaiser, Heer und Gesellschaft in der romischen Kaiserzeit: Gedenkschrift fur Eric Birley (Stuttgart 2000) 163-178.

'The Roman naval presence in the East, the Classis Syriaca and the Roman approach to the Euphrates', AKB 31 (2001) 581-586.

'A Roman inscription in Cape Town', Akroterion 46 (2001) 99-100.

'Some Roman coins from Regensburg in Johannesburg', Akroterion 46 (2001) 93-98.

'An Ala Tungrorum?', ZPE 138 (2002) 273-274.

'The level of literacy and education assumed in the catechetical writings', Ekklesiastikos Pharos 83 (2002) 188-91.

'Roman auxilia in the East--different from the West?', in P. Freeman et al. (edd.), Limes XVIII: Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Roman Frontiers Studies held in Amman, Jordan (September 2000) (Oxford 2002) 879-882.

'Paideia, politeia and hegemonia: a route of social advancement in the Early Roman Empire', in A.F. Basson & W.J. Dominik (edd.), Literature, Art, History: Studies on Classical Antiquity and Tradition in Honour of W.J. Henderson (Frankfurt 2003) 323-339.

'An Augustan officer on the Roman army: militaria in Velleius Paterculus and some inscriptions', in J.J. Wilkes (ed.), Documenting the Roman Army: Essays in Honour of Margaret Roxan (London 2003) 19-29.

'C.L. in the titulature of the coh. II Tungrorum', Britannia 35 (2004) 244-248.

'Local witnesses on an Early Flavian military diploma', Epigraphica 66 (2004) 75-79.

'A further Latin inscription and an amphora in Cape Town', Akroterion 49 (2004) 111-112.

'Suetonius on military matters: the Julio-Claudian period', REMA 1 (2004) 23-43.

'Suetonius on military matters: A.D. 68/9 and the Flavian period', REMA 2 (2005) 89-104.

'Two notes on Roman Germany', AClass 48 (2005) 195-199.

'Ways in which provincials entered government service in Rome', in F. Beutler & W. Hameter (edd.), Eine ganz normale Inschrift ... und Ahnliches zum Geburtstag von Ekkehard Weber Festschrift zum 30. April 2005 (Vienna 2005) 111-124.

'The Roman government and the Roman auxilia', in Z. Visy (ed.), Limes XIX: Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Pecs Hungary 2003 (Oxford 2005) 63-69.

'The centurion in Matthew 8', JBL 125 (2006) 140-142.

'A note on the rhetoric of four speeches in Josephus', JJS 58 (2007) 228-235.

'Career grade variations and nomenclature patterns used in the inscriptions of fleet personnel', in C. Crowther & S. Mitchell (edd.), Acts of the 13th International Congress of Epigraphy (Oxford 2007) 29ff.

'The witnesses on yet another Early Flavian diploma: a note', Epigraphica 70 (2008) 351-352.

'A possible context for the career of the first known Princeps Peregrinorum', in M.L. Caldelli et al. (edd.), Epigraphica 2006. Atti del 14 rencontre sur l'epigraphie in onore di Silvio Panciera (Rome 2008) 1171-1176.

'Problems in the nomenclature of the personnel and the question of marines in the Roman fleets', BICS 52 (2009) 123-132.

'Client kings' armies under Augustus: the case of Herod', in D.M. Jacobson & N. Kokkinos (edd.), Herod and Augustus. Papers presented at the IJS Conference 21st-23rd June 2005 (Leiden 2009) 303-323.

'Deities chosen for worship by soldiers in a provincial army: the case of Roman Britain', in C. Wolff (ed.), L'armee romaine et la religion sous le Haut-Empire romain: actes du quatrieme congres de Lyon, 26-28 octobre 2006 (Paris 2009) 87-98.

'Recruitment patterns and ethnic identities in Roman auxiliary regiments', in W. Hanson (ed.), The Army and the Frontiers of Rome, Papers offered to D.J. Breeze (Portsmouth, R.I. 2009) 83-89.

'Mens exercituum: the pathology of Roman soldiers in conflict', in P. Bosman (ed.), Mania: Madness in the Greco-Roman world (Pretoria 2009) 54-68.

'A possible context for the definitive establishment of the classes Perinthia and Pontica', ZPE 175 (2010) 239-240.

'How Roman did auxiliaries become?', in A.M. Cerdan (ed.), Limes XX: International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Leon 2006 (Madrid 2010) 1017-1024.

'Culture shock: what did auxiliaries face on entering the Roman army?', in C. Deroux (ed.), Corolla epigraphica: hommages a professeur Yves Burnand (Brussels 2011) 638-646.

'The deployment of auxilia and their use in battle in the Roman army of the Early Principate', in B. Cabouret et al. (edd.), Visions de l'Occident romain. Hommages a Yann Le Bohec (Paris 2012) 595-601.

Forthcoming

Entries on 'African auxiliaries', 'Allies', and 'Britons/Brittones') in Y. Le Bohec (ed.), Blackwell's Encyclopedia of the Roman Army (Malden 2013).

D. Wardle

(1) 'The deployment of auxilia and their use in battle in the Roman army of the early Principate', in B. Cabouret et al. (edd.), Visions de l'Occident romain. Hammages a Yann Le Bohec (Paris 2012) 595-601.

(2) E.g. W.F. Wagner, Die Dislokation der romischen Auxiliarformation in den Provinzen Noricum, Pannonien, Moesien und Dakien von Augustus bis Gallienus (Berlin 1938); K. Kraft, Zur Rekrutierung der Alen und Kohorten an Rhein und Donau (Bern 1951); G. Alfoldy, 'Die Auxiliartruppen der Provinz Dalmatien', AArchHung 14 (1962) 259-96 and Die Hilfstruppen in der romischen Provinz Germania Inferior (Dusseldorf 1968); M. Roxan, The Auxilia of the Roman Army Raised in the Iberian Peninsula (D.Phil., University of London, 1973) and 'The auxilia of Mauretenia Tignitana', Latomus 32 (1973) 835-55.

(3) G.L. Cheesman, The Auxilia of the Roman Imperial Army (Oxford 1914); C. Cichorius, 'Ala', RE 1 (1893) 1224-70 and 'Cohors', RE 4 (1900) 231-356; cf. A. von Domaszewski, 'Auxilia', RE 2 (1896) 2618-22. The late J.F. Gilliam (1915-1990) at the Institute for Advanced Study in Princeton also had a comprehensive study of the auxilia in progress at his departure.

(4) D.B. Saddington, 'The development of Roman auxiliary forces from Augustus to Trajan', ANRW 2.3 (1975) 176-201; The Development of Roman Auxiliary Forces from Caesar to Vespasian (6g BC-AD jg) (Harare 1982). Simultaneously, Paul A. Holder at the University of Manchester was also completing a D.Phil. thesis (1978), later published as The Auxilia from Augustus to Trajan (Oxford 1980), which likewise sought to update Cheesman.

(5) Holder has succeeded Margaret Roxan as the primary collector and cataloger of diplomata: see most recently, Roman Military Diplomas, 5 (London 2006).

(6) 'The "politics" of the auxilia and the forging of auxiliary regimental identity', in W. Groenman-van Waateringe et al. (edd.), Roman Frontier Studies 1995 (Oxford 1997) 493-96; 'Roman auxilia in the east - different from the west?', in P. Freeman et al. (edd.), Limes 18: Proceedings of the XVIIIth International Congress of Roman Frontiers Studies held in Amman, Jordan (September 2000) (Oxford 2002) 879-82; 'Recruitment patterns and ethnic identities in Roman auxiliary regiments', in W. Hanson (ed.), The Army and the Frontiers of Rome. Papers offered to D.J. Breeze (Portsmouth, R.I. 2009) 83-89; 'How Roman did auxiliaries become?', in Limes 20: International Congress of Roman Frontier Studies, Leon 2006 (Madrid 2010) 1017-24. 'Culture shock: what did auxiliaries face on entering the Roman army?' in C. Deroux (ed.), Corolla epigraphica: hommages a professeur Yves Burnand (Brussels 2011) 638-46.

(7) See Wheeler in this volume at n. 1.

(8) 'Praefecti fabrum of the Julio-Claudian period', in E. Weber & G. Dobesch (edd.), Romische Geschichte, Altertumskunde und Epigraphik. Festschrift fur Artur Bettz zur Vollendung seines 80. Lebensjahres (Vienna 1985) 529-46; 'Praefecti classis, orae maritimae and ripae', JRGZ 35 (1988): 299-313; 'The relationship between holding office in a municipium or colonia and the militia equestris in the early Principate', Athenaeum 84 (1996) 157-81; 'Early imperial "praefecti castrorum"', Historia 45 (1996) 244-52; 'Military tribunes in the Roman military and administrative system in the pre-Flavian period', in Atti, XI Congresso internazionale di epigrafia greca et latina, Roma, 18-24 settembre 1997 (Rome 1999) 297-314; 'Problems in the nomenclature of the personnel and the question of marines in the Roman fleets', BICS 52 (2009) 123-32.

(9) 'Prefects and lesser officers in the auxilia', PACA 15 (1980) 20-58; cf. J.F. Gilliam, 'The appointment of auxiliary centurions', TAPhA 88 (1958) 155-68; Holder (supra note 4) 86-108; G. Webster, 'Standards and standard-bearers in the alae', BJ 186 (1986) 105-15.

(10) 'Tacitus and the Roman army', ANRW 2.35.5 (1991) 3484-555; 'An Augustan officer on the Roman army: militaria in Velleius Paterculus and some inscriptions', in J. Wilkes (ed.), Documenting the Roman Army: Essays in Honour of Margaret Roxan (London 2003) 19-29; 'Suetonius on military matters: The Julio-Claudian period', REMA 1 (2004) 23-43; 'Suetonius on military matters: A.D. 68/9 and the Flavian period', REMA 2 (2005) 89-104.

(11) 'Mens exercituum: the pathology of Roman soldiers in conflict', in P. Bosman (ed.), Mania: Madness in the Greco-Roman World (Pretoria 2009) 54-68; for a critique of the 'face-of-battle' approach see E.L. Wheeler, 'Greece: Mad Hatters and March Hares', in L. Brice & J. Roberts (edd.), Recent Directions in the Military History of the Ancient World (Claremont 2011) 64-75
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