The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Hesperia is published quarterly by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens. Founded in 1932 to publish the work of the School, the journal now welcomes submissions from all scholars working in the fields of Greek archaeology, art, epigraphy, history, materials science, ethnography, and literature, from earliest prehistoric times onward. Hesperia is a refereed journal, available in both print and electronic formats. Some current articles and online-only supplementary material are freely available for downloading here.
Contents of the current issue (83.1)
- The Panayia Field Excavations at Corinth: The Neolithic to Hellenistic Phases (by Guy D. R. Sanders, Sarah A. James, Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst, and James Herbst)
- The Bellerophon Myth in Early Corinthian History and Art (by Angela Ziskowski)
- The Kapeleio at Hellenistic Krania: Food Consumption, Disposal, and the Use of Space (by Evi Margaritis)
- When Did the Future Antiochos IV Arrive in Athens? (by Benjamin Scolnic)
- Bronze Statuettes from the Athenian Agora: Evidence for Domestic Cults in Roman Greece (by Heather F. Sharpe)
- Asteras Eipein: An Archaic View of the Constellations from Halai (by John T. Barnes)
- The Ancient Towers of the Paximadi Peninsula, Southern Euboea (by Rebecca M. Seifried and William A. Parkinson)
- Stamps on Italian Sigillata and the Renaissance of Aptera (Crete) (by Martha W. B. Bowsky)
- Simulacra Civitatum at Roman Corinth (by Aileen Ajootian)
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