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Glinister, Fay 2019. Getting to know Diana. Bispham, Edward and Miano, Daniele, eds. Gods and Goddesses in Ancient Italy, London: Routledge, pp. 47-62.

Glinister, Fay 2018. Exhibit 4 - A swaddled infant given to the gods. Hopwood, N., Flemming, R. and Kassell, L., eds. Reproduction: Antiquity to the Present Day, Cambridge University Press, (10.1017/9781107705647.056)

Glinister, Fay 2017. Politics, power, and the divine: the Rex Sacrorum and the transition from monarchy to Republic at Rome. Antichthon 51 , pp. 59-76. 10.1017/ann.2017.6

Glinister, Fay 2017. Ritual and meaning: Contextualising votive terracotta infants in Hellenistic Italy. Draycott, Jane and Graham, Emma-Jayne, eds. Bodies of Evidence: Ancient Anatomical Votives Past, Present and Future, London: Routledge, pp. 131-146. (10.4324/9781315096193)

Glinister, Fay 2017. Sextus Pompeius Festus. Oxford Bibliographies 10.1093/obo/9780195389661-0268

Glinister, Fay 2015. Colonies and religious dynamism in mid-republican Italy. Stek, T. D. and Burgers, G.-J., eds. The Impact of Rome on Cult Places and Religious Practices in Ancient Italy, London: Institute of Classical Studies, pp. 145-156.

Glinister, Fay 2014. Festus and ritual foodstuffs. Eruditio Antiqua 6 , pp. 215-227.

Bradley, Guy Jolyon ORCID: and Glinister, Fay 2013. Italic religion. Bredholt Christensen, Lisbeth, Hammer, Olav and Warburton, David, eds. The Handbook of Religions in Ancient Europe, European History of Religions, Durham: Acumen, pp. 173-191.

Glinister, Fay Dominik, W.J., ed. 2012. Sextus Pompeius Festus. [Online]. The Literary Encyclopedia: The Literary Encyclopedia. Available at:

Glinister, Fay Dominik, W.J., ed. 2012. De verborum significatu. [Online]. The Literary Encyclopedia: The Literary Encyclopedia. Available at:

Glinister, Fay 2012. Egeria. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah17133)

Glinister, Fay 2012. Camenae. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah17078)

Glinister, Fay 2012. Tarquinius Priscus. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah20127)

Glinister, Fay 2012. Tarquinius Superbus. The Encyclopedia of Ancient History, Wiley-Blackwell, (10.1002/9781444338386.wbeah20128)

Glinister, Fay 2011. Bring on the dancing girls: Some thoughts on the Salian priesthood. Richardson, J. and Santangelo, F., eds. Priests and State in the Roman World, Potsdamer Altertumswissen-schaftliche Beiträge, vol. 33. Franz Steiner, pp. 107-136.

Glinister, Fay 2009. Burning boats and building bridges: Women and cult in Roman colonisation. Herring, E. and Lomas, K., eds. Gender Identities in Italy in the First Millennium BC, BAR International Series, vol. 1983. Archaeopress, pp. 117-126.

Glinister, Fay 2009. Veiled and unveiled: Uncovering Roman influence in Hellenistic Italy. Gleba, Margarita and Becker, Hilary, eds. Votives, Places and Rituals in Etruscan Religion: tudies in Honor of Jean MacIntosh Turfa, Brill, pp. 193-216. (10.1163/ej.9789004170452.i-292.84)

Glinister, Fay 2007. Constructing the past. Glinister, Fay, Woods, Clare, North, J.A. and Crawford, M.H., eds. Verrius, Festus, and Paul: Lexicography, Scholarship and Society, London: Institute of Classical Studies, pp. 11-32.

Glinister, Fay 2006. Women, colonisation and cult in Hellenistic central Italy. Archiv für Religionsgeschichte 8 (1) , pp. 89-104. 10.1515/9783110233834.89

Glinister, Fay 2006. Kingship and tyranny in archaic Rome. Lewis, Sian, ed. Ancient Tyranny, Edinburgh Scholarship Online, Edinburgh University Press, p. 16. (10.3366/edinburgh/9780748621255.003.0013)

Glinister, Fay 2006. Reconsidering "religious Romanization". Schultz, Celia E. and Schultz, Paul B., eds. Religion in Republican Italy, Yale Classical Studies, vol. 33. Cambridge University Press, pp. 10-33. (10.1017/CBO9780511482816.002)

Glinister, Fay 2003. Gifts of the gods: sanctuary and society in archaic Tyrrhenian Italy. Wilkins, John. B. and Herring, Edward, eds. Inhabiting Symbols: Symbol and Image in the Ancient Mediterranean, London: Accordia Research Institute, pp. 137-147.

Glinister, Fay 2000. Sacred rubbish. Bispham, Edward and Smith, Christopher J., eds. Religion in Archaic and Republican Italy, Routledge: Edinburgh University Press, pp. 54-70.

Glinister, Fay 2000. The Rapino Bronze, the Touta Marouca and the phenomenon of sacred prostitution in early Italy. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies 44 (73) , pp. 19-38. 10.1111/j.2041-5370.2000.tb01937.x

Glinister, Fay 1997. Women and power in archaic Rome. Cornell, T. and Lomas, K., eds. Gender and Ethnicity in Ancient Italy, London: Accordia, pp. 115-127.

Glinister, Fay 1997. What is a sanctuary? Cahiers du Centre Gustave Glotz 8 , pp. 61-80. 10.3406/ccgg.1997.1433

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