You have no items in your shopping cart.
Paper back issues
- Ancient History Magazine 26 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€7.95
- Ancient History Magazine 24 with trade and commerce in ancient Egypt 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€7.95
- Ancient History Magazine 22 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€7.95
- Ancient History Magazine 4 with Egypt before the pyramids Egypt as the land of the Pyramids is well enough known, but the story of Upper- and Lower Egypt before and during its unification is fascinating as well. What do we know of this period when literacy was still in its infancy and archaeological data rare? Learn More€7.95