The American School of Classical Studies at Athens

The ASCSA Publications Office, based in Princeton, New Jersey, disseminates the work of the School, and publishes to the highest editorial and production standards other important works on Greek studies. The staff of the Publications Office is guided by a Publications Committee composed of leading scholars. All School publications adhere to the ASCSA Ethics Policy on the presentation of artifacts with no known provenience, designed to combat the illicit trade in antiquities.

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Publications News

Hesperia 83.4 Now Online!

Topics in this issue include the Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project, sacrificial imagery on Athenian vases, the fortifications of Alinda, Karia, and a forgotten coin deposit in the Asklepieion at Corinth.

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Become a Founding Member of the Friends of Hesperia

The ASCSA invites you to become a founding member of the Friends of Hesperia. Your annual, tax-deductible donation will help the journal not only cover the indirect costs of its publication, but also benefits the journal in many other ways.

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Open Access Hesperia Article: “Making Sense of Nonsense Inscriptions”

"Making Sense of Nonsense Inscriptions Associated with Amazons and Scythians on Athenian Vases" (Hesperia 83.3) is now available as Open Access, free to read/download/share.

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