Kent J. Rigsby

Kent J. Rigsby

Professor Emeritus of Classical Studies

(773) 612-4739

Hellenistic world, Roman Empire; religion, historical geography; epigraphy, numismatics

Education & Training:

  • M.A., University of Toronto (Canada) 1968

  • B.A., Yale University 1966

Rigsby, Kent J. “The Imperial Tetradrachms of Heliopolis.” Ans Museum Notes, vol. 25, 1980, pp. 59–61.

Rigsby, Kent J. “Seleucid Notes.” Tapa, vol. 110, 1980, pp. 235–54.

Rigsby, Kent J. “The Era of the Province of Asia.” Phoenix, vol. 33, 1979, pp. 39–47.

Rigsby, Kent J. “An Imperial Letter at Balbura.” Ajp, vol. 100, 1979, pp. 401–07.

Rigsby, Kent J. “An Ephebic Inscription from Egypt.” Grbs, vol. 19, 1978, pp. 239–49.

Rigsby, Kent J. “Sacred Ephebic Games at Oxyrhynchus.” Chronique D’Egypte, vol. 52, 1977, pp. 147–55.

Rigsby, Kent J. “Teiresias as Magus in Oedipus Rex.” Grbs, vol. 17, 1976, pp. 109–14.

Rigsby, Kent J. “Cnossus and Capua.” Tapa, vol. 106, 1976, pp. 313–30.

Rigsby, Kent J. “A Hellenistic Inscription from Bargylia.” Grbs, vol. 16, 1975, pp. 403–09.

Rigsby, Kent J. “Bibliography of the Works of C. Bradford Welles.” Amerstudpap, vol. 1, Jan. 1966, pp. ix–xxii.