Ancient History Magazine 35

Format:Print edition
In stock! Usually ships within 24 hours.
From studying the stars to building bigger, better buildings, the ancient world was full of scientific and technological advancement at every level. In this issue, we take a look at just a few of these developments.

Science and engineering in antiquity

  • Lindsay Powell, 'Science and technology in antiquity - Chipped stones to catapults'.
  • Daniel Kershaw, 'Symbols of power and prestige - Rome's aqueducts'.
  • Dan Diffendale, 'Early buildings in the Eternal city - The tuffs of Rome'.
  • Ulla Koch, 'The legacy of Babylonian astronomy - Gazing at the stars'.
  • Sidney Dean, 'The first Greek on the Atlantic coast - Kolaios'.
  • Stephanie M. Matthews, 'Imprisonment in ancient Rome - All locked up'.
  • Gareth Williams, 'Getting even in ancient times - Insults and innuendo'.
  • Manon Henzen, 'Fish fish cakes with cumin sauce - Food for the eyes'.
  • Laura Tabone, 'The modern-day attraction of an unknown era - Malta's Neolithic monuments'.
  • Rebecca Batley, 'Britain's iron queen - Cartimandua'.
  • Jona Lendering, 'Living in Late Roman Numidia - The land of Augustine'.

Delivery costs are calculated by location. Shipping on all orders over €200 is free! For more, see our shipping page.


We're always here to help! Whether you have questions about the order process, or just want to geek out about history, we'd love to hear from you.
Phone: +31-848-392256 (9.30am - 5.30pm GST, closed Friday)
US orders: 1-800-549-4742 (Place orders with our US answering service, 24/7)
Email: Contact the helpdesk


Mistake, mix-up or damaged product? No problem! Just let us know and we'll get everything sorted out ASAP.
Phone: +31-848-392256 (9.30am - 5.30pm GST, closed Friday)
Email: Contact the helpdesk

Related products