Editorial plan

Like our other periodicals, Ancient History is not written by in-house editors. We commission articles from expert authors all over the world. Anyone can submit a proposal for an article, either related to a particular theme (see below) or not. If you wish to submit a proposal (title/subtitle, abstract, and a brief biography of yourself), please contact the editor.

Ancient History issue 22

Release: May 2019
Theme: The Etruscans

Move over Romans – here come the Etruscans! When one thinks of ancient Italy, the immediate word that comes to mind is 'Roman'. In this issue, we're working to change that perception and shine a light on the often overshadowed Etruscans.

Areas of interest:
art history
warfare
role of women in Etruscan society
religion
childhood
trade and international relations

Ancient History issue 23

Release: July 2019
Theme: The Roman Family

What was family life like across the Roman Empire?

Areas of interest:
childhood
marriage and divorce
treatment of the elderly, disabled
daily life
women’s vs. men’s roles/expectations in the family unit

Ancient History issue 24

Release: September 2019
Theme: Trade in Ancient Egypt

An overview of trade in ancient Egypt from the Old Kingdom to the end of the Ptolemaic Period.
Areas of interest:
Agriculture
The barter system and the birth of the cash economy
Trade routes: Trans–Saharan trade
Maritime trade
Trade in times of war and famine
Yam: Old and Middle Kingdom
Trade under the Ptolemies
Problematic Priestly tax exemptions
Laws and Regulations

Ancient History issue 25

Release: November 2019
Theme: Literature in the Ancient World

A look at literary history, languages, and literacy across the Ancient World.
Areas of Interest:
Heroic Homer: Examining the Epics
The Epic of Gilgamesh: The world’s first story
The Pyramid Texts: ancient Egyptian literature
The Evolution of Writing: writing systems
Lost in Translation: Extinct Languages and ongoing translation work
Chronclers: Literary contributions from the world's first journalists
Literature in the Roman Empire: Livius Andronicus, Cato the Elder, Cicero, Virgil, Seneca

Ancient History 26

Release: January 2020
Theme:  The Mycenaeans: The First Greeks

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