Book

  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2013). Editor of: Part I: Archaic Athens. Oxford Oxford University Press.
  • Wees, H. V. (2013). Editor of: Ships and Silver, Taxes and Tribute. New York IB Taurus.
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2011). Editor of: Competition in the ancient world. Swansea Classical Press of Wales.
  • Fisher, N., van Wees, H. (Eds.) (2010). Competition in the Ancient World. Classical Press of Wales.
  • Raaflaub, K., Van Wees, H. (Eds.) (2009). The Blackwell Companion to Archaic Greece. New York, Oxford Wiley-Blackwell.
  • van Wees, H. E. (2007). The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare: Vol.I, Greece, the Hellenistic World and the Rise of Rome. ()(1). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • van Wees, H. E. (2007). The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare: Vol.II, Rome from the Late Republic to the Late Empire. ()(2). Cambridge Cambridge University Press.
  • van Wees, J. G. B. (2004). Greek Warfare: myths and realities. London Duckworth.
  • van Wees, H. E. (2002). Brill's Companion to Herodotus. Leiden, Boston, Cologne Brill.
  • van Wees, H. E. (2000). War and Violence in Ancient Greece. London Duckworth & The Classical Press of Wales.
  • Van Wees, H. (1998). Archaic Greece: New Approaches and New Evidence. London Duckworth, CPW.
  • van Wees, H. The World of Achilles. Cambridge Cambridge University Press. [Submitted]
  • Book Chapter

  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2013). Farmers and hoplites: models of historical development. In Kagan, D., Viggiano, G. (Eds.). Men of bronze: hoplite warfare in ancient Greece ( ). Princeton University Press. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, J. G. B., van Wees, H. (2013). The arms, armour and iconography of early Greek hoplite warfare. In Kagan, D. (Ed.). Men of bronze: Hoplite warfare in ancient Greece ( pp.57-73). Princeton Princeton UP. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2011). Defeat and destruction: the ethics of ancient Greek warfare. In Linder, M., Tausend, S. (Eds.). Boser Krieg: exzessive Gewalt in der Antiken Kriegsfuhrung und Strategien zu deren Vermeidung ( pp.69-110). Graz Grazer Universitatsverlag.
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2011). Editor of: Rivalry in history: an introduction. In Fisher, N., van Wees, H. (Eds.). Competition in the Ancient World ( pp.1-36). Swansea Classical Press of Wales.
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2011). The 'Law of hybris' and Solon's reform of justice. In Lambert, S. D. (Ed.). Sociable Man. Essays on ancient Greek social behaviour, in honour of Nick Fisher ( pp.117-144). Swansea Classical Pressof Wales.
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2010). 'Those who sail are to receive a wage': naval warfare and finance in archaic Eretria. In Fagan, G. G., Trundle, M. (Eds.). New Perspectives on Ancient Warfare ( pp.205-226). Leiden and Boston Brill Academic Pub.
  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2010). Genocide in the ancient world. In Bloxham, D., Moses, D. (Eds.). The Oxford Handbook of Genocide Studies ( pp.239-258). New York OUP.
  • van Wees, H. (2009). The economy. In Raaflaub, K., van Wees, H. (Eds.). The Blackwell Companion to Archaic Greece ( pp.444-467). Oxford and New York Blackwell. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2007). War and Society. In Sabin, P., Van Wees, H., Whitby, M. (Eds.). The Cambridge History of Greek and Roman Warfare: Vol.I, Greece, the Hellenistic World and the Rise of Rome ( pp.273-299). Cambridge Cambridge University Press. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2006). From kings to demigods: epic heroes and social change, c. 750-600 BC. In Deger-Jalkotzy, S., Lemos, I. (Eds.). Ancient Greece: from the Mycenaean palaces to the age of Homer ( pp.363-380). Edinburgh Edinburgh University Press. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, J. G. B. (2006). Mass and elite in Solon's Athens: the property classes revisited. In Blok, J., Lardinois, A. (Eds.). Solon of Athens: new historical and philological approaches ( pp.351-389). Leiden, Boston, Cologne Brill. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, J. G. B. (2006). The oath of the sworn bands: the Acharnae stela, the oath of Plataea and archaic Spartan warfare. In Luther, A., Meier, M., Thommen, L. (Eds.). Das Fruhe Sparta ( pp.125-164). Stuttgart Steiner Verlag. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2005). Clothes, class and gender in Homer. In Cairns, D. (Ed.). Body Language in the Greek and Roman Worlds ( pp.1-36). Swansea Classical Press of Wales. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2005). Trailing tunics and sheepskin coats. Dress and status in early Greece. In Cleland, L., Harlow, M., Llelwellyn-Jones, L. (Eds.). The Clothed Body in the Ancient World ( pp.44-51). Oxford Oxbow Books. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, J. G. B. (2003). Conquerors and Serfs: Wars of Conquest and Forced Labour in Archaic Greece. In Luraghi, N., Alcock, S. E. (Eds.). Helots and their Masters in Laconia and Messenia. Histories, ideologies, structures ( pp.33-80). Washington, DC/Cambridge, Mass. Center for Hellenic Studies/Harvard University Press. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2002). Greed, generosity and gift-exchange in early Greece and the Western Pacific. In Jongman, W., Kleijwegt, M. (Eds.). After the Past. Essays in Ancient History in Honour of H.W. Pleket ( pp.341-378). Leiden, Boston, Cologne Brill. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2002). Herodotus and the Past. In Bakker, E., de Jong, I., van Wees, H. (Eds.). Brill's Companion to Herodotus ( pp.321-349). Leiden, Boston, Cologne Brill. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2002). Tyrants, oligarchs and citizen militias. In Chaniotis, A., Ducrey, P. (Eds.). Army and Power in the Ancient World ( pp.61-82). Stuttgart Franz Steiner. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2001). The myth of the middle-class army: military and social status in ancient Athens. In Bekker-Nielsen, T., Hannestad, L. (Eds.). War as a Cultural and Social force. Essays on Warfare in Antiquity (Historisk-filosofiske Skrifter 22) ( pp.45-71). Copenhagen The Royal Danish Academy of Sciences and Letters. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2001). War and peace in ancient Greece. In Hartmann, A. V., Heuser, B. (Eds.). War, Peace and World Orders in European History ( pp.33-47). London and New York Routledge. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2000). Megara's Mafiosi: Timocracy and Violence in Theognis. In Brook, R., Hodkinson, S. (Eds.). Alternatives to Athens. Varieties of Political Organization and Community in Ancient Greece ( pp.52-67). Oxford OUP. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2000). The City at War. In Osborne, R. (Ed.). Classical Greece ( pp.81-110). Oxford OUP. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (2000). The Development of the Hoplite Phalanx: Iconography and Reality in the Seventh Century. In van Wees, H. (Ed.). War and Violence in Ancient Greece ( pp.125-166). London Duckworth & The Classical Press of Wales. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, H. (1999). Homer and Early Greece. In De Jong, I. J. F. (Ed.). Homer: Critical Assessments ( pp.1-32). London Routledge. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, H. (1999). The Homeric Way of War: The Iliad and the Hoplite Phalanx. In De Jong, I. J. F. (Ed.). Homer: Critical Assessments, Volume II ( pp.221-238). London Routledge. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (1999). The mafia of early Greece: violent exploitation in the seventh and sixth centuries BC. In Hopwood, K. (Ed.). Organised Crime in Antiquity ( pp.1-51). London and Swansea Duckworth with the Classical Press of Wales. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (1999). Tyrtaeus' Eunomia: nothing to do with the Great Rhetra. In Hodkinson, S., Powell, A. (Eds.). Sparta: New Perspectives ( pp.1-41). London and Swansea Duckworth with the Classical Press of Wales. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (1998). A brief history of tears: gender differentiation in archaic Greece. In Foxhall, L., Salmon, J. (Eds.). When Men Were Men. Masculinity, power and identity in classical antiquity ( pp.10-53). London and New York Routledge. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, H. (1998). Greeks bearing arms: the state, the leisure class and the display of weapons in Archaic Greece. In Van Wees, H., Fisher, N. (Eds.). Archaic Greece: New Approaches and New Evidence ( pp.333-378). London Duckworth. [Submitted]
  • Van Wees, H. (1998). The Law of Gratitude: reciprocity in anthropological theory. In Gill, C., Postlethwaite, N., Seaford, R. (Eds.). Reciprocity in Ancient Greece ( pp.13-50). Oxford Oxford University Press. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H. (1997). Homeric Warfare. In Morris, I., Powell, B. (Eds.). A New Companion to Homer ( pp.668-693). Brill Leiden. [Submitted]
  • van Wees, H., Sommerstein, A., Atherton, C. (1997). Growing up in Early Greece: Heroic and aristocratic educations. In Sommerstein, A., Atherton, C. (Eds.). Education in Greek Fiction ( pp.1-20). [Submitted]
  • Conference

  • van Wees, H. (2005). Peace and the society of states in antiquity. CISH XX: Major Theme 3b: Changing Concepts and Conditions of Peace in History. Author URL
  • van Wees, H. (2005). The invention of the female mind. Women, property and gender ideology in archaic Greece. Women and Property. Washington,DC Center for Hellenic Studies. Author URL
  • Journal Article

  • Van Wees, H. (2011). Demetrius and Draco: Athens' property classes and population in and before 317 BC. The Journal of Hellenic Studies 131, 95-114 doi:10.1017/S0075426911000073.
  • van Wees, H. (2006). Massa en elite in Solon's Athene. Lampas 39(2), 131-152
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2003). Greek History. Greece and Rome 50(1), 113-117
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2003). Greek History. Greece and Rome 50(2), 250-257
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2003). Maffiosi in Megara. Timocratie en geweld in Theognis. Lampas 36(4), 284-299
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2002). Greek History. Greece and Rome 49(2), 248-254
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2002). Greek History. Greece and Rome 49(1), 116-119
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2002). Gute Ordnung ohne grosse Rhetra: noch einmal zu Tyrtaios' Eunomia. Göttinger Forum für Altertumwissenschaft 5, 89-103
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2002). Homer and Early Greece. Colby Quarterly 38(1), 94-117
  • van Wees, H. (2001). Greek History. Greece and Rome 48(1), 98-100
  • van Wees, H. (2001). Greek History. Greece and Rome 48(2), 235-239
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2000). Greek History. Greece and Rome 47(2), 245-249
  • van Wees, H. (Ed.) (2000). Greek History. Greece and Rome 47(1), 111-115
  • van Wees, H. (1999). Greek History. Greece and Rome 46(1), 89-92
  • van Wees, H. (1999). Greek History. Greece and Rome 46(2), 241-246
  • Van Wees, H. (1998). Greek History (Review article). Greece and Rome 45,1, 94-98
  • Van Wees, H. (1998). Greek History (Review article). Greece and Rome 45,2, 243-250
  • van Wees, H. (1997). Greek Armour: E. Jarva: Archaiologia on Archaic Greek Body Armour. (Studia Archaeologica Septentrionalia 3.) Pp. 176; 61 ills. Rovaniemi: Pohjois-Suomen Historiallinen Yhdistys: Societas Historica Finlandiae Septentrionalis, 1995. ISBN: 952-9888-03-1 (ISSN: 0786-5066). Classical Review 47(1), 154-155 doi:10.1093/cr/47.1.154. Publisher URL
  • van Wees, H. (1997). Greek History. Greece and Rome 44(2)
  • van Wees, H. (1997). J.Latacz, Homer: His Art and His World. Classics Ireland 5
  • van Wees, H. (1997). J.Shay, Achilles in Vietnam. Classics Ireland 5
  • van Wees, H. (1997). O. Andersen & M. Dickie (eds) Homer's World. Journal of Historical Studies 107
  • van Wees, H. (1997). The Seleucid Army N. Sekunda: Seleucid and Ptolemaic Reformed Armies 168–145 BC. Vol. 1: The Seleucid Army under Antiochus IV Epiphanes. Pp. 80; ills. Stockport: Montvert, 1994. Paper. ISBN: 1-874101-02-7. Vol. 2: The Ptolemaic Army under Ptolemy VI Philometor.Pp. 84; ills. Stockport: Montvert, 1995. Paper. ISBN: 1-874101-03-5. Classical Review 47(2), 356-357 doi:10.1017/S0009840X0025107X. Publisher URL
  • van Wees, H. (1997). The Trojan Cow H. Derks: De Koe van Troje. De mythe van de Griekse oudheid. Pp. xii + 330, 32 ills. Hilversum: Verloren, 1995. Paper, Hfl. 57.50. ISBN: 90-6550-519-9. Classical Review 47(2), 350-351 doi:10.1017/S0009840X00251044. Publisher URL
  • Other

  • Van Wees, J. G. B. (2011). The Homer Encyclopedia. Wiley-Blackwell.