Antichthon is an annual internationally recognised journal of ancient world studies, first published in 1967. While it places its main emphasis on Greece and Rome, its scope has been broadly defined so as to embrace the Ancient Near East and the Mediterranean from the beginnings of civilisation to the Early Middle Ages.
The journal is open to contributions from any country, and will publish articles on topics relating to the languages, literature, thought, history, archaeology and reception of the ancient world. It will not undertake full-scale reviewing, but may include occasional reviews and articles reporting the progress of scholarship in a particular field of enquiry. The language of publication is English. From time to time special thematic volumes will be published.
Antichthon is available through Cambridge Journals Online.
Professor Han Baltussen
Department of Classics, Archaeology and Ancient History, Faculty of Arts
The University of Adelaide
Adelaide SA 5005, Australia
Dr Robert Cowan
School of Philosophical and Historical Inquiry
Quadrangle Building A14
The University of Sydney
NSW 2006, Australia
Professor Susanna Braund, The University of British Columbia, Canada
Professor John Davidson, Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand
Professor Richard Hunter, University of Cambridge, UK
Professor Julia Kindt, The University of Sydney, Australia
Associate Professor Anne Mackay, The University of Auckland, New Zealand
Professor Tim Parkin, The University of Melbourne, Australia
Dr Jonathan Wallis, University of Tasmania, Australia
Guidelines for Contributors
Contributions within the journal’s guidelines are invited and should be sent to either of the editors. For advice on the preparation of copy, click here.
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