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  • Ancient History magazine 33 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 33 with World of the Celts While we tend to view the Celts as monolithic, they were in fact a collection of geographically and chronologically diverse peoples with certain shared cultural traits. In this issue, we try to understand these common threads. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 32 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 32 with Chariot racing in antiquity Already an old sport, chariot racing reached new levels of popularity during the Roman era. With purpose-built stadiums, teams of devoted fans, and a thriving souvenir industry, charioteers could make a fortune – if they lived long enough. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 31 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 31 with Travel and tourism in antiquity Getting around in antiquity wasn't as easy as it is today: long journeys were often difficult, dangerous, and slow. Despite the hardships, people still found a variety of reasons to travel, even stopping to see the sites along the way. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 30 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 30 (PDF) with women in the ancient world Traditional writings from antiquity tend to portray women as either loyal wives and mothers or debauched villainesses, with little in between. However, archaeology and alternative source help to paint a more complete picture. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 29 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 29 (PDF) with fashion in antiquity Clothing has long been used as a marker of status and the wearer's position in society. In this issue, we examine how four different ancient cultures dressed, and what this tells us about their values and identity. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 28 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 28 (PDF) with bad rulers of antiquity It's not easy being king, as many leaders throughout history have discovered. In antiquity, failing at your job could mean anything from displeasing the gods, to getting on the bad side of your future biographer. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 27 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 27 (PDF) with the arrival of Christianity The adoption of Christianity across the Roman Empire was a gradual, organic process. There was persecution and conflict, but also long periods where it peacefully coexisted with other beliefs, in a giant melting pot of religious traditions. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 26 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 26 (PDF) with the ancient Mycenaeans During the Greek Bronze Age, the Mycenaeans developed a complex culture centered around massive palaces, which served as centres for religion, commerce, and diplomacy. However, a series of disasters would rapidly wipe out this way of life. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 25 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 25 (PDF) with language and literature in antiquity In this issue we explore literature and language across the ancient world, from understanding one of the world's oldest written languages and reconstructing another that was lost, to examining propaganda and historical fiction in antiquity. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 24 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 24 (PDF) with the Roman family Throughout much of Egyptian history, foreign and local trade networks were critical to the country's economy, and there is a great deal of evidence for state-run commerce. However, records of private traders and merchants remain far more scarce. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 23 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 23 (PDF) with the Roman family Publicly, Roman family life was marked by a series of rituals: birth, coming of age, marriage, and death. Duty, responsibility, and selflessness were important domestic virtues. Behind closed doors however, things were much more complicated. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 22 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 22 (PDF) with Legacy of the Etruscans Before Rome ruled Italy, control of the region was divided among a multitude of peoples. Wealthy and sophisticated, the Etruscans were one of the most prominent: many aspects of their culture would later be absorbed by the Romans. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 21 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 21 (PDF) with Living the urban dream: Cities in the ancient world The development of cities during antiquity is often seen as an important milestone in human history. However, these ancient population centres don't always adhere neatly to our modern definition of a 'city'. Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 20 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 20 (PDF) with a multitude of people: the Achaemenid empire Learn More
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  • Ancient History magazine 19 (PDF)

    Ancient History Magazine 19 (PDF) with the divine twins: Artemis and Apollo Learn More
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