From BMCR:

Tobias Gregory, From Many Gods to One. Divine Action in Renaissance Epic.

Luc Brisson, Jean-Francois Pradeau, Platon. Les Lois. Vol. 1: Livres I a VI. Vol. 2: Livres VII a XII. Traduction, introduction et notes.

Mark Humphries, Early Christianity.

Stanley Lombardo, Homer. Iliad. Audiobook. 12 CDs. 15 hours.
Stanley Lombardo, The Essential Iliad. Abridged. 5 CDs.
Stanley Lombardo, The Essential Homer. Substantial and Complete Passages from Iliad and Odyssey. Abridged. 14 CDs. (all three via that link)

Stephen Mitchell, A History of the Later Roman Empire AD 284-641: The Transformation of the Ancient World. Blackwell History of the Ancient World.

Eleanor Dickey, Ancient Greek Scholarship: A Guide to Finding, Reading, and Understanding Scholia, Commentaries, Lexica and Grammatical Treatises, from their Beginnings to the Byzantine Period.

Catherine Johns, Horses: History, Myth, Art.

D. Evely (ed.), Lefkandi IV: The Bronze Age. The Late Helladic IIIC Settlement at Xeropolis. BSA Suppl. 39.

Nancy Thomson de Grummond, Etruscan Myth, Sacred History, and Legend.

From the Guardian:

Rick Riordan, Percy Jackson and the Titan's Curse

From Slate (hat tip to Andrew Szegedy-Maszak ... nice graphic of togate Bush and Cheney):

Cullen Murphy, Are We Rome?

Molly Sullivan also noted that Murphy was on the Colbert Report t'other day ... online at Comedy Central