- Title Pages
- Series Editors’ Preface
- Editor’s Acknowledgments
- Introduction: Searching for Gold in an Age of Iron
- 1 <i>Re-(en)gendering Heroism: Reflective Nostalgia for Peplum’s Golden Age of Heroes in</i> Hercules: The Legendary Journeys <i>2.14 (1996)</i>
- 2 <i>Kissed by the Muse of Roller-Disco: Utopia versus the Golden Ages of America, Hollywood, and Classical Myth in</i> Xanadu <i>(1980)</i>
- 3 <i>Gilding American History through Song Culture in</i> O Brother, Where Art Thou? <i>(2000)</i>
- 4 A Leonidas for the Golden Age of Superhero Films: The Thermopylae Tradition in 300 (2006)
- 5 <i>The Dueling Greek Golden Ages of</i> 300: Rise of an Empire <i>(2014)</i>
- 6 <i>Confronting the Ancient Greek Golden Age in Jules Dassin’s</i> Phaedra <i>(1962)</i>
- 7 <i>Pericles, Cincinnatus, and Zombies: Classicizing Nostalgia in</i> The Walking Dead <i>(2010–)</i>
- 8 <i>“All That Glitters …”: Problematizing Golden-Age Narratives in Vergil’s</i> Aeneid <i>and the Western Film Genre</i>
- 9 <i>The Golden Age and Imperial Dominance in the</i> Aeneid <i>and</i> Serenity <i>(2005)</i>
- 10 <i>Turning Gold into Lead: Sexual Pathology and the De-mythologizing of Augustus in HBO’s</i> Rome <i>(2005–2007)</i>
- 11 <i>The</i> Dux Femina <i>Ends Westeros’ Golden Age: Cersei Lannister as Agrippina the Younger in HBO’s</i> Game of Thrones <i>(2011–)</i>
- 12 The Golden Aspects of Roman Imperialism in Film, 1914–2015
- 13 Broken Eagles: The Iron Age of Imperial Roman Warfare in Post-9/11 Film
- 14 <i>Dreaming of Rome with Ridley Scott’s</i> Gladiator <i>(2000)</i>
- Screening the Golden Ages of the Classical Tradition
- Meredith E. Safran
- Edinburgh University Press
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