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Yamagata, Naoko (1994). Homeric Morality. Mnemosyne, Bibliotheca Classica Batava Supplementum. Brill Academic Publishers.

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Yamagata, Naoko (2020). Homeric Summaries in Plato. In: de Fátima Silva, M; Bouvier, D and das Graças Augusto, M eds. A Special Model of Classical Reception: Summaries and Short Narratives. Newcastle upon Tyne: Cambridge Scholars Publishing (In Press), pp. 22–33.

Yamagata, Naoko (2020). Thetis: the goddess between four worlds. In: Christopoulos, M. and Païzi-Apostolopoulou, M. eds. The Upper and the Under World in Homeric and Archaic Epic: Proceedings of the 13th International Symposium on the Odyssey, Ithaca, August 25-29, 2017. Ithaca, Greece: Centre for Odyssean Studies, pp. 11–30.

Yamagata, Naoko (2019). 第六章 ホメロスの英雄像—アキレウスとヘクトル、サルぺドン、パトロクロス— [Chapter 6 Images of Homeric heroes – Achilles, Hector, Sarpedon and Patroclus]. In: 川島重成、古澤ゆう子、小林薫編 [Kawashima, S.; Furusawa, Y. and Kobayashi, K. eds.] 『ホメロス『イリアス』への招待』 [An Invitation to Homer’s Iliad]. Tokyo: Pinakes, pp. 163–189.

Yamagata, Naoko (2015). 'From Our Own Correspondent: Authorial Commentary on the "Spectacles of War" in Homer and in the Tale of the Heike'. In: Bakogianni, Anastasia and Hope, Valerie M. eds. War as Spectacle: Ancient and Modern Perspectives on the Display of Armed Conflict. London: Bloomsbury, pp. 43–55.

Yamagata, Naoko (2014). The Justice of Zeus revisited. In: Christopoulos, Menelaos and Paizi-Apostolopoulou, Machi eds. Crime and Punishment in Homeric and Archaic Epic: Proceedings of the 12th International Symposium on the Odyssey, Ithaca, September 3-7, 2013. Ithaca, Greece: Centre for Odyssean Studies, pp. 47–56.

Yamagata, Naoko (2012). Epithets with echoes: A study on formula-narrative interaction. In: Montanari, Franco; Rengakos, Antonios and Tsagalis, Christos C. eds. Homeric Contexts: Neoanalysis and the Interpretation of Oral Poetry. Trends in Classics: Supplementary Volumes (12). Berlin, Germany & New York, USA: Walter de Gruyter, pp. 445–468.

Yamagata, Naoko (2010). Hesiod in Plato - Second fiddle to Homer? In: Boys-Stones, G. and Haubold, J. eds. Plato and Hesiod. Oxford: Oxford University Press, pp. 68–88.

Yamagata, Naoko (2005). Disaster revisited - Ate and the Litai in Homer's Iliad. In: Stafford, Emma and Herrin, Judith eds. Personification in the Greek world: from Antiquity to Byzantium. Aldershot, UK: Ashgate, pp. 21–28.

Yamagata, Naoko (2003). Hesiod: the cosmology of a farmer-poet. In: Kawashima, S and Takada, Y eds. Ennepe Mousa: an invitation to the Ancient Greek Literature. Tokyo: Sanriku Publishing, pp. 63–78.

Yamagata, Naoko (2000). Linear B. In: Speake, G ed. Encyclopedia of Greece and the Hellenic Tradition. Fitzroy Dearborn Publishers, pp. 950–952.

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Yamagata, Naoko (2020). Suicide in Homer and the Tale of the Heike. Yearbook of Ancient Greek Epic, 4 pp. 72–94.

Yamagata, Naoko (2012). Use of Homeric references in Plato and Xenophon. The Classical Quarterly, 62(1) pp. 130–144.

Yamagata, Naoko (2011). Penelope and early recognition: Vlahos, Harsh, and Eustathius. College Literature, 38(2) pp. 122–130.

Yamagata, Naoko (2011). Male and female spaces in Homer and in Heike monogatari. Japan Studies in Classical Antiquity, 1 pp. 27–41.

Yamagata, Naoko (2005). Plato, memory, and performance. Oral Tradition, 20(1) pp. 111–129.

Yamagata, Naoko (1997). Anax and basileus in Homer. Classical Quarterly, 47(1) pp. 1–14.

Yamagata, Naoko (1997). Classics for multilingual Europe. Kleos(2) pp. 275–284.

Yamagata, Naoko (1995). Ritual offerings in Homer and in Linear B. Studi Micenei ed Egeo-Anatolici(35) pp. 57–68.

Yamagata, Naoko (1995). Why Classics today - and tomorrow? Scholia(4) pp. 108–109.

Yamagata, Naoko (1993). Young and Old in Homer and in 'Heike Monogatari'. Greece & Rome, 40(1) pp. 1–10.

Yamagata, Naoko (1991). Phoenix's speech - Is Achilles punished? Classical Quarterly, 41(1) pp. 1–15.

Yamagata, Naoko (1990). Aisima pareipon - A moral judgement by the poet? Parola del Passato, 45 pp. 420–430.

Yamagata, Naoko (1989). The apostrophe in Homer as part of the oral technique. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies, 36(1) pp. 91–103.

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Yamagata, Naoko, ed. A New Interpretation of Sophocles’ Oedipus Tyrannus: In the Light and Darkness of Apollo. By Shigenari Kawashima (2014). Edwin Mellen Press (2014). Translated from Japanese [日本語]

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