North American Scholar

RICHARDSON, Lawrence, Jr.

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  • Date of Birth (YYYY-MM-DD): 1920-12-02
  • Born City: Altoona
  • Born State/Country: PA
  • Date of Death (YYYY-MM-DD): 2013-07-21
  • Death City: Durham
  • Death State/Country: NC
  • Married: Emeline Hill, 1952
  • Education:

    B.A. Yale, 1942; Ph.D., 1952

  • Professional Experience:

    Instr. Yale, 1946-7; instr. To assoc. prof. 1955-66; prof. Duke 1966-78; James B. Duke Professor of Latin, 1978-91; prof. emeritus 1991-2013; field archaeologist, AAR, 1952-55; Mellon prof. 1980-1; member, Institute for Advanced Study, Princeton, 1967-8; Guggenheim fellow, 1958-9; ACLS fellow 1967-8, 1972-3; NEH fellow, 1979-80; member, German archaeological Inst.

  • Dissertation:

    "Pompeii: The Casa Dei Dioscuri and Its Painters" (Yale, 1952)

  • Publications:

    Poetical Theory in Republican Rome. An Analytical Discussion of the Shorter Narrative Poems Written in Latin During the First Century B. C. (New Haven, 1944) REVS: CR 1946 34 Fordyce | CP 1945 198 De Lacy | AJP 1945 315-318 Duckworth | CW XXXVIII 1944-1945 22-23 Beede; “Excavations at Cosa in Etruria, 1948-1952,” Antiquity 27 (1953) 102-103; “The Sixth Campaign of Excavations at Cosa,” AJA 58 (1954) 148; Pompeii. The Casa dei Dioscuri and Its Painters, Memoirs of the American Academy at Rome XXIII (Rome, 1955) REVS: REA LVIII 1956 398-400 Marcadé | G&R 2nd Ser. III 1956 167 | Antiquity XXXI 1957 182 Toynbee | AJA LXII 1958 121-123 Van Essen; “Composition of Groups in Pompeian Second Style Painting,” AJA 61 (1957) 186; “Cosa and Rome. Comitium and Curia,” Archaeology 10 (1957) 49-55; Cosa, II: The Temples of the Arx (with E.H. Richardson & F.E. Brown) E. H.; Richardson L., Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome XXVI (Rome, 1960) REVS: LEC XXIX 1961 359 Robert | Athenaeum XXXIX 1961 386-387 Polacco | REA LXIII 1961 522-523 Marcadé; “Furi et Aureli, comites Catulli,” CP 58 (1963) 93-106; “A Note on Catullus LXIV, 159,” AJP 84 (1963) 74-75; “The Form and Location of the Rostra of the Forum Romanum,” AJA 67 (1963) 216; “Ad cohibendum bracchium toga,” (with E.H. Richardson), AJA 48 (1964) 199-200; “Ad cohibendum bracchium toga. An Archaeological Examination of Cicero, Pro Caelio v, 11,” (with E.H. Richardson) YCS 19 (1966) 251-268; “Catullus lxvii. Interpretation and Form,” AJP 88 (1967) 423-433; “The Archaistic Diana of Pompeii,” AJA 74 (1970) 202; “Catullus 4 and Catalepton 10 Again,” AJP 93 (1972) 215-222; “The Tribunals of the Praetors of Rome,” MDAI(R) 80 (1973) 219-233; “The Archaic Doric Temple of Pompeii,” PP 29 (1974) 281-290; “The Date and Program of the Arch of Constantine,” ArchClass 27 (1975) 72-78; “The Evolution of the Porticus Octaviae,” AJA 80 (1976) 57-64; “The Villa Publica and the Divorum,” In Memoriam Otto J. Brendel. Essays in Archaeology and the Humanities, ed. L. Bonfante & H. von Heintze (Mainz, 1976) 159-163; Propertius Elegies I-IV (ed.) APA Series of Classical Texts (Norman, OK, 1977; repr. 2006). REVS: CW L/XXI 1977 204 Allen; Phoenix XXXII 1978 350-353 Yardley; CR XXIX 1979 37-39 Camps; Latomus XLI 1982 166-167 Verdière; BMCR 2007 (6) Kelly; “Hercules Musarum and the Porticus Philippi in Rome,” AJA 81 (1977) 355-361; “The Libraries of Pompeii,” Archaeology 30 (1977) 394-402; “The Architecture of the Forum of Trajan,” ArchN 6 (1977) 101-107; “Honos et Virtus and the Sacra Via,” AJA 82 (1978) 240-246; “Concordia and Concordia Augusta. Rome and Pompeii,” PP 33 (1978) 260-272; “The Curia Julia and the Janus Geminus,” MDAI® 85 (1978) 359-369; “Basilica Fulvia, modo Aemilia,” Studies in Classical Art and Archaeology. A Tribute to Peter Heinrich von Blanckenhagen, ed. G. Kopcke & M.B. Moore (Locust Valley, NY, 1979) 209-215; “Two Topographical Notes,” AJP 101 (1980) 53-56; “The City-Plan of Pompeii,” La regione sotterrata dal Vesuvio. Studi e prospettive. Atti del Convegno internazionale, 11-15 novembre 1979 (Naples, 1982) 341-351; “A Contribution to the Study of Pompeian Dining-Rooms,” BAAP 1 (1983) 61-71; “A Note on the Architecture of the Theatrum Pompei in Rome,” AJA 91 (1987) 123-126; Pompeii. An Architectural History (Baltimore, 1988) REVS: AJP CX 1989 672-675 Brilliant; G&R XXXVI 1989 248 Sparkes; JSAH XLVIII 1989 284-285 Kleiner; EMC XXXIV 1990 311-317 Small; Antiquity LXIV 1990 693 Walker; CW LXXXIII 1989-1990 537 Thompson; Gnomon LXII 1990 152-161 de Caro; AHR XCVI 1991 143 Palmer; CR XL 1990 134-136 Waywell; JRA IV 1991 248-256 Ling; JRS LXXXI 1991 213-315 Jongman; HZ CCLIV 1992 426-429 V. M. Strocka; "The Retiarius Tunicatus of Suetonius, Juvenal and Petronius,” (with Steven M. Cerutti), AJP 110 (1989) 589-594; “Innovations in Domestic Architecture at Pompeii, A.D. 62-79,” ArchN 16 (1991) 21-35; “Urban Development in Ancient Rome and the Impact of Empire,” City States in Classical Antiquity and Medieval Italy: Athens and Rome, Florence and Venice, ed. Anthony Molho, Kurt Raaflaub & Julia Emlen (Stuttgart, 1991 381-402; A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Baltimore, 1992) REVS: Gnomon 1996 68 (1): 53-56 Ziolkowski; HZ 1995 260 (1): 173-175 Bleicken; JRA 1995 8: 360-364 Purcell; JRS 1995 85: 251-253 Wilson; Mnemosyne 1996 Ser. 4 49 (3): 377-385 Moormann; AncW 24 1993 72-73 J. Sebesta; BMCR 4 1993 287-291 Harmon; CB 69 1993 113-115 Hornsby; Cosa. III, The Buildings of the Forum: Colony, Municipium, and Village Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome XXVII (University Park, PA, 1993) REVS: CR 1996 N. S. 46 (2): 347-349 Wilkes; RBPh 2001 79 (1): 320-322 Gros; “The Janiculum and Ianicula in Ancient Rome,” Homenaje a José María Blázquez. 3, Historia de Roma, ed. Julio Mangas & Jaime Alvar (Madrid, 1996) 293-300; “The Moral Problems of Terence's Andria and the Reconstruction of Menander's Andria and Perinthia,” GRBS 38,2 (1997) 173-185; “Cicero, Bibulus, and Caesar's Agrarian Bills of 59 B.C.E.,” “Qui miscuit utile dulci”: Festschrift essays for Paul Lachlan MacKendrick, ed. Gareth L. Schmeling and Jon D. Mikalson (Wauconda, IL, 1998) 299-312; “Emeline Hill Richardson, 1910-1999,” AJA 104, 1 (2000) 125; “‘Sestius noster,’” New Light from Ancient Cosa: Classical Mediterranean Studies in Honor of Cleo Rickman Fitch ed. Norma Wynick Goldman (Bern & Frankfurt am Main, 2001) 49-55; A Catalog of Identifiable Figure Painters of Ancient Pompeii, Herculaneum, and Stabiae (Baltimore, 2000) REVS: BMCR 2000 (9): Conlin; CR 2001 N. S. 51 (2): 449-450 Newby; Gnomon 2002 74 (5): 435-440 Thomas; JRA 2002 15 (2): 445-449 Ling; AJA 2003 107 (1): 133-134 Laidlaw; LF 2002 125 (3-4): 330-332 Kepartová; “Cicero Att. 5.21.14 and the Romana Mysteria,” Phoenix 55 (2001) 411-413; “Trimalchio and the Sibyl at Cumae,” CW 96,1 (2002-2003) 77-78; “The Terentian Adaptation of the Ἑαυτον τιμωρούμενος of Menander,” GRBS 46, 1 (2006) 13-36.

  • Sources:

    WhAM 61 (2007) 3765.