Edward Bragg has submitted a doctorate in Ancient History at Wadham College, Oxford, as well as following a PGCE in Classics at Kings College, London. His research focuses on the methods that Roman commanders employed during the Republic to promote their military achievements in the city of Rome. He has published an article in Omnibus on Caesar's perception of violence.Lisa Irene Hau is a teaching fellow at Bristol University, having completed her doctorate in Classics at Royal Holloway, University of London in 2007. Her research focuses on ancient historiography as literature, more specifically on moralizing themes and techniques in historiography. She has published an article on Diodorus of Sicily and Polybius in Classica et Mediaevalia (2006).Elizabeth Macaulay-Lewis submitted her doctorate in Classical Archaeology at St John’s College, Oxford in 2007. Her research focuses on the archaeology and history of Roman gardens, architecture and art, with particular interests in garden design, ancient plants, and the construction of space. She has published several articles on ancient Roman gardens in excavation reports and in Levant. She also co-edited Crossing Frontiers: The Opportunities and Challenges of Interdisciplinary Approaches to Archaeology (2007).