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BA Program in the Archaeology, History, and Literature of Ancient Greece


Associate Professor in Ancient Greek Philology

Rosalia Hatzilambrou is Associate Professor in the Department of Philology at the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. She received her BA in Ancient Greek Philology (1995) from the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens, and her MA (1997) and PhD (2001) in Classics from the King’s College London and the University College London respectively. Before joining the Department of Classics at the NKUA in 2012, she had worked as a Researcher at the University of Oxford (2001‒2003) and the Academy of Athens (2003‒2012). She has also taught Ancient Greek language and literature at the University College London, University of Oxford, Open University (UK), two Summer Schools in Classics organised by the University of London, and the Hellenic Open University. She is the author of Isaeus’ On the Estate of Pyrrhus (2018). Her PhD thesis on a selection of unpublished Greek papyri was published in separate volumes of The Oxyrhynchus Papyri.

Research interests:

Attic oratory, Greek papyrology, Greek rhetoric, Attic law.

Select publications:

  • (2007) R. Hatzilambrou, P. J. Parsons, J. Chapa, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXI (Graeco-Roman Memoirs Vol. 91). London.
  • (2010) R. Hatzilambrou, H. Maehler, C. Römer, The Oxyrhynchus Papyri LXXV (Graeco-Roman Memoirs Vol. 96). London.
  • (2015) R. Hatzilambrou, “The Death of Antisthenes, or P.Oxy. XI 1366 revisited”, ZPE 194: 80‒90.
  • (2018) R. Hatzilambrou, “Abuse of Inheritance Law in Isaios?”, in C. Carey, I. Giannadaki, B. Griffith-Williams (eds.), Use and Abuse of Law in the Athenian Courts, pp. 336‒351. Leiden & Boston.
  • (2018) R. Hatzilambrou, Isaeus, On the Estate of Pyrrhus (Oration 3). Introduction, critical edition, translation, commentary, glossary, indexes. Pp. xii+283. Newcastle upon Tyne. ISBN 978-1-5275-1588-5.
  • (2019) R. Hatzilambrou, “A Lesson of Self-Control to Alexander in an Ashmolean Ostracon”, Chronique d’Égypte 94: 118‒124.
  • (2019) R. Hatzilambrou, “Greek Teachings about Forensic Narrative”, in M. Edwards, D. Spatharas (eds.), Forensic Narratives, pp. 230‒248. London & New York.
  • (2019) R. Hatzilambrou, “Constructing the Identity of Timarchus in Aeschines 1”, in J. Philonik, B. Griffith-Williams, J. Kucharski (eds.), The Making of Identities in Athenian Oratory, pp. 47‒62. London & New York.