Articles, podcast episodes, and videos that cover a subject that doesn’t neatly fit one of the other existing topics are listed below. This includes material that deals with e.g. ancient India, China, and Mesoamerica. If you’re looking for something in particular, you can also have a look at regions and tags.
We’re taking a bit of breather for the next few weeks. But have no fear: we’ll be back to our regular schedule on the 12th of August.
Located in Alphen aan den Rijn, a short trip by train away from Leiden (the Netherlands), is the archaeological theme park Archeon.
Colin Renfrew and Paul Bahn’s Archaeology: Theories, Methods and Practice is required reading if you’re interested in archaeology.
Few Greek vases have spawned as much discussion as one found in Cerveteri and dating to the seventh century BC.
Many ancient Greek and Roman epics were left either unfinished or had enough loose strings to warrant continuation by later writers.
While preparing his latest book review for Ancient World Magazine, Joshua Hall found himself asking the question, “Why do we do it?”
Recent studies, like the edited volume under review, examine the far-reaching trade networks that existed in the Indian Ocean.
Special guest Lieve Donnellan joins the regular team to talk about networks in the ancient Mediteranean, with special reference to Cyprian Broodbanks’ book, The Making of the Middle Sea.
Happy New Year from all of us here at Ancient World Magazine. Here’s a look back at the most popular articles of the past year.
Thanks to the MET, readers can now experience the ancient site of Palmyra and learn more about its history and modern plight.