A couple of weeks ago I read a review of the following book at BMCR:
Richard Sorabji & Robert W. Sharples (edd.), Greek and Roman Philosophy 100 BC-200 AD. 2 vols. Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies. Supplement 94. London: Institute of Classical Studies, University of London, 2007.
I was really surprised by the absence of one or more chapters on Pyrrhonism as well as by the fact that the reviewer didn't say anything about this. Perhaps Sorabji provides an explanation in his introduction? But what could possibly be the reason for not including at least a chapter on Pyrrhonism?