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- Ancient History Magazine 25 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$8.82
- 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$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 23 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$8.82
- 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$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 21 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$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 17 with The kingdom of Cleopatra Often misunderstood by future generations, the last queen of Ptolemaic Egypt ruled over a land where the wealth and survival of both commoners and kings was tighed to the yearly flooding of the Nile River. Learn More$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 16 with Exploring Roman Britain Even though the Romans officially took the British Isles with military force in AD 43, it would be many more decades before they could truly claim it as their own, thanks to a gradual process of integration and assimilation. Learn More$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 15 with Ancient Love and sexuality. Ancient attitudes to love, sex, and marriage were in some ways extremely practical and permissive. Still, for many people living in the classical world, there was little freedom when it came to matters of the heart. Learn More$8.82
- Ancient History Magazine 14 with Reaching for eternity - the Egyptian Book of the Dead. Egyptian souls had to embark on a long & dangerous journey through the afterlife. This issue explores some of their challenges as well as practical considerations for the life after death. Learn More$8.82