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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.
What is true now was true in antiquity, too: wine is always good business. Tracing Mediterranean wine culture, this article focuses especially on the last three centuries BC.
The small archaeological collection of the Duomo in Gubbio, Umbria, features a small terracotta figurine of a donkey, the most common pack animal of the ancient world.
Summer’s a busy time for us here at Ancient World Magazine, so we’re taking a short break. We’ll be back on the 13th of August.
The entanglement of Graeco-Roman and Indian Buddhist culture is well reflected in Gandharan art dating to the early centuries of our era.