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 (83.4)
- Mt. Lykaion Excavation and Survey Project, Part 1: The Upper Sanctuary (by David G. Romano and Mary E. Voyatzis)
- Selling Sacrifice on Classical Athenian Vases (by Sheramy D. Bundrick)
- Alinda in Karia: The Fortifications (by Andreas L. Konency and Peter Ruggendorfer)
- Religion and Society in Early Roman Corinth: A Forgotten Coin Hoard and the Sanctuary of Asklepios (by Milena Melfi)
- Mycenaean Peripheries during the Palatial Age: The Cae of Achaea (by Emiliano Arena)
- The Festival of Dionysos in Ikarion: A New Study of IG I3 254 (by Peter Wilson)
- Space and Social Complexity in Greece from the Early Iron Age to the Classical Period (by Ruth Westgate)
- A Roman Corinthian Family Tomb and Its Afterlife (by Mary E. Hoskins Walbank and Michael B. Walbank)
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