Ancient History looks at every aspect of the ancient world covering politics, society, literature, religion, economics and art.
A bimonthly, 60-page magazine, each issue takes a thematic approach on one specific subject presented in a well-researched and accessible manner.
Written for an informed but casual audience, our authors regularly discuss and examine the latest scholarship on their given topic. Committed to bringing the latest in academic research in a form you’ll enjoy reading, there is sure to be something for everyone.
Exploring how scholars know what they know, articles debunking common myths and misconceptions and providing a guide to high-quality books and reading material for each issue’s theme, Ancient History offers readers an accessible guide to its topics and the material to learn more for those looking to explore further.
Ancient History commissions historically accurate and well-researched illustrations from photographs and diagrams to original paintings that accompany articles helping bring the ancient world to life and provide a lively exploration of each issue’s theme.
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.