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Gardner, J. F. (1996) Hadrian and the Social Legacy of Augustus. Labeo, 42. pp. 83-100.

Gardner, J. F. (1995) Gender-role Assumptions in Roman Law. EMC/Classical Views, 39 (14).

Gardner, J. F. (1992) Married Life in Classical Athens. Sociology and Human Affairs, 56. pp. 7-16.

Gardner, J. F. (1991) The Purpose of the Lex Fufia Caninia. Echos du Monde Classique/ Classical Views, 35. pp. 21-39.

Gardner, J. F. (1989) The Adoption of the Roman Freedman. Phoenix, 43. pp. 236-257. ISSN 0031-8299

Gardner, J. F. (1989) Aristophanes and Male Anxiety - the Defence of the Oikos. Greece and Rome, 36. pp. 51-62. ISSN 0017-3835

Gardner, J. F. (1989) Julia's Freedmen - Questions of Law and Status. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 35. pp. 94-100.

Gardner, J. F. (1988) Proofs of Status in the Roman World. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 33. pp. 1-14.

Gardner, J. F. (1987) Another Family and an Inheritance. Liverpool Classical Monthly, 12. pp. 52-54.

Gardner, J. F. (1985) The Recovery of Dowry in Roman Law. Classical Quarterly, 35. pp. 449-453. ISSN 0009-8388

Gardner, J. F. (1984) A Family and an Inheritance: the problems of the Widow Petronilla. Liverpool Classical Monthly, 9. pp. 132-133.

Gardner, J. F. (1983) The 'Gallic Menace' in Caesar's Propaganda. Greece and Rome, 30. pp. 181-189. ISSN 0017-3835

Gardner, J. F. (1968) Consolatory Letters in Basil and Gregory Nazianzen. Hermes, 96. pp. 299-318. ISSN 0018-0777

Gardner, J. F. (1967) A consolatio of the patriarch Nicholas Mysticus - further remarks. Byzantion, 37. pp. 136-142. ISSN 0378-2506

Gardner, J. F. (1966) The Torquati. Historia, 15. pp. 23-31. ISSN 0118-2311

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Gardner, J. F. (2011) Slavery and Roman law. In: Bradley, K. and Cartledge, P. (eds.) The Cambridge World History of Slavery. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge and New York, pp. 414-437. ISBN 9780521840668

Gardner, J. F. (2011) Roman 'horror' of intestacy? In: Rawson, B. (ed.) A companion to families in the Greek and Roman worlds. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester, UK, pp. 361-376. ISBN 9781405187671

Gardner, J. F. (2009) Slavery: Roman law. In: Katz, S. (ed.) The Oxford international encyclopedia of legal history. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 247-250. ISBN 9780195134056

Gardner, J. F. (2009) Women: the position of women and equality in Ancient Rome. In: Katz, S. (ed.) The Oxford international encyclopedia of legal history. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 117-120. ISBN 9780195134056

Gardner, J. F. (2009) The dictator. In: Griffin, M. (ed.) A companion to Julius Caesar. Blackwell companions to the ancient world series. Wiley-Blackwell, Oxford, pp. 57-71. ISBN 9781405149235

Gardner, J. (2009) Roman citizenship and latinitas. In: Katz, S. (ed.) The Oxford international encyclopedia of legal history. Oxford University Press, Oxford, pp. 137-140. ISBN 9780195134056

Gardner, J. F. (2003) Social legislation. In: Cooley, M.G.L. (ed.) The age of Augustus. London Association of Classical Teachers, London, UK, pp. 353-372. ISBN 9780903625302

Gardner, J. F. (2001) Death, Taxes and Status in Pliny's Panegyricus. In: Cairns, J. and Robinson, O. (eds.) Ancient Law, Comparative Law and Legal History. Hart Publishing, pp. 51-60.

Gardner, J. F. (2001) Making citizens: the Operation of the Lex Irnitana. In: de Blois, L. (ed.) Administration, Prosopography and appointment Policies in the Roman Empire. J.C.Gieben, pp. 215-229.

Gardner, J. F. (2001) Nearest and dearest: liability to inheritance tax in Roman families. In: Dixon, S. (ed.) Childhood, Class and Kin in the Roman World. Routledge, pp. 205-220.

Gardner, J. F. (2000) Status, Sentiment and Strategy in Roman Adoption. In: Corbier, M. (ed.) Adoption et Fosterage. de Boccard, pp. 63-79.

Gardner, J. F. (1999) Sexing a Roman: Imperfect Men in Roman Law. In: Foxhall, L. and Salmon, J. (eds.) When Men were men: Masculinity, Power and Identity in Classical Antiquity. Routledge, pp. 136-152.

Gardner, J. F. (1999) Women in Business Life: Some evidence from Puteoli. In: Setälä, P. (ed.) Female Networks and the Public Sphere in Roman Society, Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae. Institutum Romanum Finlandiae, pp. 11-27.

Gardner, J. F. (1997) Legal Stumbling-Blocks for Lower-Class Families in Rome. In: Rawson, B. and Weaver, P. (eds.) The Roman Family: Status, Sentiment and Space. Oxford University Press, pp. 35-54.

Gardner, J. F. (1985) Trade in the Classical Greek World. In: Talbert, R. (ed.) Atlas of Classical History. Croom Helm, pp. 51-53.

Book

Weidemann, T. and Gardner, J. F., eds. (2002) Representing the Body of the Slave. Frank Cass. ISBN 0714653519

Gardner, J. F. (1998) Family and Familia in Roman Law and Life. Clarendon Press. ISBN 0198152175

Gardner, J. F. (1993) Being a Roman Citizen. Routledge.

Gardner, J. F. (1993) Roman Myths. British Museum Press.

Gardner, J. F. and Weidemann, T. (1991) The Roman Household: a sourcebook. Routledge.

Gardner, J. F. (1986) Women in Roman Law and Society. Croom Helm.

Gardner, J. F. (1982) Caesar: The conquest of Gaul. Penguin Books.

Gardner, J. F. (1974) Leadership and the Cult of the Personality. Dent.

Gardner, J. F. and Bolton, W., eds. (1973) Ben Jonson's Catiline. University of Nebraska Press.

Gardner, J. F. (1967) Caesar, the Civil War, together with the Alexandrian War, the African War and the Spanish War, by other hands. Penguin Books.

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