Welcome to AHB, a Green Open Access Journal.

AHB publishes Digital content only.  New and renewing subscribers will now have unfettered access to content starting with vol 26 (2012) from our Subscribed Users page.  

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Vol 30 is now available

ERIC ADLER, Effectiveness and Empire in Tacitus’ Agricola (1-14)
JENS JAKOBSSON, Dating of Timarchus, the Median Usurper. A Critical Review (15-26)
SALVATORE VACANTE, Wetlands and Environment in Hellenistic Sicily: Historical and Ecological Remarks (27-42)
ANDRZEJ DUDZIŃSKI, Diodorus’ use of Timaeus (43-76)
STANLEY M. BURSTEIN, Ptolemy III and the Dream of Reuniting Alexander’s Empire (77-86)
PAUL KEEN, Political Power and the Decline of Epichoric Languages and Writing Systems in Hellenistic Cyprus (87-102)
FRANÇOIS GAUTHIER, The Changing Composition of the Roman Army in the Late Republic and the So-Called “Marian-Reforms” (103-120)
CHRISTOPHER TUPLIN, Fragmented Historiography: Sniffing out Literature in a Sharp-nosed Historian (121-130)



AHB promotes scholarly discussion in Ancient History and ancillary fields (such as epigraphy, papyrology, and numismatics) by publishing articles and notes on any aspect of the ancient world from the Bronze Age to Late Antiquity. Although contributors are encouraged to submit articles in English, submissions in French, German, Italian, and Spanish are welcome. AHB appears twice per year in double-issues (1-2 and 3-4).

Questions or concerns may be directed to the Senior Editor: Timothy Howe: howe@stolaf.edu