• ROMARCH: Journal of Ancient History, CFP and TOC for 2016.4

    CALL FOR PAPERS

    The Journal of Ancient History continues to invite submissions of articles. We are committed to a speedy process from submission to publication while maintaining high standards of peer-review.

    Please see our website for submission information:
    http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jah

    Papers published in 2016:

    JAH 4 (2016)

    Marc Van De Mieroop, “The Madness of King Rusa: the psychology of despair in eighth century Assyria”

    Kevin Clinton, “The Eleusinian Anaktoron of Demeter and Kore: dedicated to Inscriptiones Graecae on the occasion of its 200th Anniversary”

    Benedikt Eckhardt, “The Seleucid Administration of Judea, the High
    Priesthood and the Rise of the Hasmoneans”

    Andrew R. Krause, “Diaspora Synagogues, Leontopolis, and the Other Jewish Temples of Egypt in the Histories of Josephus”

    Daniel J. Crosby, “The Case for Another Son of P. Quinctilius Varus: a
    re-examination of the textual and scholarly traditions around Joseph. BJ 2.68 and AJ 17.288”

    Philip Kaplan, “The Ring of Polycrates: friendship and alliance in the
    east Mediterranean”

    Marleen K. Termeer, “Roman colonial coinages beyond the city-state: a view from the Samnite world”

    Lauren Kinnee, “The Trophy Tableau Monument in Rome: from Marius to Caecilia Metella”

    Anna McGrail, “Pupil Punishment: corporal discipline in Roman education”

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    Gary D. Farney
    Editor, Journal of Ancient History
    Associate Professor, Department of History
    Rutgers University (Newark)
    gfarney@rutgers.edu
    Webpage: http://www.ncas.rutgers.edu/gary-d-farney
    JAH Website: http://www.degruyter.com/view/j/jah
    Archaeological Field School Website: http://fieldschool.rutgers.edu

     

  • ROMARCH: Late Antique Archaeology (journal)

    Late Antique Archaeology has now been established as a journal (as opposed to a book series) by Brill, who have provided a subsidy to support its editing.

    This has enabled us to place the annual on a more stable footing, and to produce a subscription price of 50 euros for individuals. See:

    http://www.brill.com/publications/journals/late-antique-archaeology

    The next two issues will cover:

    • Field Methods and Post-Excavation Analysis
    • Local Economies? Production and Exchange of Inland Regions in Late Antiquity

    Please consider a subscription, and especially ask your university libraries to do so, in order that the future of the series may be assured.

    Best wishes,
    Michael Mulryan, volume editor
    Luke Lavan, series editor