The Ancient History Bulletin was born in Calgary in 1987, as a result of the efforts of Brian M. Lavelle, John Vanderspoel and Waldemar Heckel, and with the trust and support of our generous original subscribers, most of whom are still contributing to the journal’s success.
After the publication of Volume 26, AHB moved to St. Olaf College. Volume 27 (2013) is the first to have been produced under the new editorial regime.
AHB is currently edited by:
Timothy Howe (St. Olaf College), Senior Editor
Joseph Roisman (Colby College), Reviews Editor
Edward Anson (University of Arkansas, Little Rock)
Michael Fronda (McGill University)
David Hollander (Iowa State University)
Sabine Müller (Marburg Universität)
John Vanderspoel (University of Calgary)
Pat Wheatley (Otago University)
Elizabeth Baynham (University of Newcastle)
Hugh Bowden (Kings College, London)
Franca Landucci Gattinoni (Università Cattolica, Milan)
Alexander Meeus (Mannheim University)
Kurt Raaflaub (Brown University)
P.J. Rhodes (Durham University)
Robert Rollinger (Universität Innsbruck)
Victor Alonso Troncoso (Universidade da Coruña)
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 Near East to Late Antiquity.
Although contributors are encouraged to submit articles in English, submission in French, German, Italian, and Spanish are welcome.
AHB appears twice per year in double-issues (1-2 and 3-4).