Principal investigator 


Associate Professor of Greek Philology, Complutense University of Madrid

Ciudad Universitaria, Edificio A, Plaza Menéndez Pelayo, s/n, 28040 Madrid.

CV:

Contact: madehoz@ucm.es

Academia.edu


Fields of research

Anatolia in Hellenistic and Imperial times, mainly Strabo and epigraphy. Greek epigraphy of the Iberian peninsula. Greek religion. Literacy and Greek education.


Publications of interest

-Monographs and edited books:

  • Die lydischen Kulte ins Licht der griechischen Epigraphik (Asia Minor Studien 17.1), Bonn: Habelt 1999
  • Estrabón. Geografía, libros XI-XIV (introducción, traducción y notas), Madrid: Gredos 2003.
  • Con J.L. García Alonso y S. Torallas: Estrabón. Geografía XV-XVII: Introducción, traducción y notas (BCG), Madrid 2015.
  • L. A. Guichard, J. L. García-Alonso, M. P. de Hoz (edd.), Interactions between science, religion and literature. The Alexandrian tradition, Berna: Peter Lang 2014.
  • M. P. de Hoz, J. P. Sánchez, C. Molina (edd.), Between Tarhuntas and Zeus Polieus: culture crossroads in the temples and cults of Graeco-Roman Anatolia (Colloquia Antiqua 17), Leuven: Peeters 2016.

-Articles

  • “Literacy in Rural Anatolia: The Testimony of Confession Inscriptions”, Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik 155 (2006), 139-144
  • “Escritura y lectura en la Anatolia interior. Una forma de expresar etnicidad helénica” en ª P. Fernández Álvarez, E. Fernández Vallina- T. Martínez Manzano (edd.), Est hic varia lectio. La lectura en el mundo antiguo, Salamanca 2008, 89-107
  • The aretalogical character of the Maionian “confession” inscriptions, en Á. Martínez Fernández (ed.), Estudios de Epigrafía Griega, La Laguna 2009, 357-368.
  • “Lucian, Asklepios and Galen. The popularization of medicine in the 2nd century AD”, in L. A. Guichard, J. L. García-Alonso, M. P. de Hoz (edd.), Interactions between science, religion and literature. The Alexandrian tradition, Berna:Peter Lang 2014, 175-210.
  • “Associations of Physicians and Teachers in Asia Minor: Between private and public”, in Vincent Gabrielsen & Christian A. Thomsen (edd.), Private Associations and the Public Sphere in the Ancient World, Copenhagen 2015, 92-121.
  • “Demeter, Artemis or Kore? The goddess of Sardis”, in M.P. de Hoz, J.P. Sánchez, C. Molina (edd.), Between Tarhuntas and Zeus Polieus: culture crossroads in the temples and cults of Graeco-Roman Anatolia (Colloquia Antiqua 17), Leuven: Peeters 2015, 185-224.
  • “Prayer to the deceased? Relations between gods, dead and the living in Roman Phrygia Epiktetos” AWE 16 (2017) 139-154.
  • The regulations of Dionysius in the so-called lex sacra from Philadelphia in Lydia. Elevated strict moral code or current civil behavioural norms?, Epigraphica Anatolica 50 (2017) in press.
  • “Religious discourse in Hellenistic and Roman times: content topoi in Greek epigraphic cult foundations and sacred norms”, Kernos 30 (2017) 5-38, in press.
  • “Mouseia in Roman Asia Minor. Public spaces of culture and institutions of education”, in A.-M. Favreau-Linder, S. Lalanne y J.-L. Vix (eds.), Passeurs de culture. Transmission et circulation du savoir dans l’empire gréco-romain (Collection Recherches sur les Rhétoriques Religieuses), Estrasburgo 2017 in press.
  • “Los héroes en la Anatolia de Estrabón”, en Héros et héroïnes dans les mythes et les cultes grecs (Kernos Suppl. 10), Lieja 2000, 395-408.
  • “Some Textual Problems in the Geography of Strabo, Books XI-XIV” Geographia Antiqua (2004), 25-32
  • “Los solymoi: identidad, pervivencia y relación con licios, milyai y kabaleis” Geographia Antiqua XIV-XV (2005-06), 77-88
  • “Strabo’s Cis-Tauran Asia. A Humanistic Geography”, in D. Dueck (ed.), Routledge Companion to Strabo, London, Routledge, 2017, 150-162.