The reputation of ASCSA Publications for scholarly and editorial excellence attracts submissions from many foreign as well as North American scholars. We publish the work of the School in our award-winning quarterly journal, Hesperia, in the extensive Corinth and Agora monograph series, and in various other volumes devoted to Hellenic studies. These works are essential reference tools for anyone interested in the archaeology and history of the Mediterranean world.

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November 26, 2018

Hesperia 87.4 Now Online!

Topics in this issue include a gold necklace from the grave of the Griffin Warrior at Pylos, a Protoattic votive deposit from the Athenian Agora, the pediments and akroteria of the Hephaisteion, and Sir John Beazley’s notebooks.

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October 4, 2018

The Mystery of the Bones in the Well: Reflections from the Authors

Maria A. Liston, Susan I. Rotroff, and Lynn M. Snyder discuss their new publication, The Agora Bone Well (Hesperia Supplement 50).

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Praise for Our Titles

The Neolithic Settlement
Lerna VII
Elizabeth C. Banks

“The contextual and artifactual information from Lerna that was lost long ago is lost forever, but Elizabeth Banks has done the most to save and revive what could be saved. ‘Old excavations,’ as imperfect as they may have been, can still bring important new data and point out topical problems.”

Winner of the 2013 AIA James R. Wiseman Book Award

The Symposium in Context
Hesperia Supplement 46
Kathleen M. Lynch

“The precision of Lynch's questions and the concreteness of her observations mean that this monograph is far more than an exemplary publication of a single lucky find.”

Tombs, Burials, and Commemoration in Corinth's Northern Cemetery
Corinth XXI
Kathleen Warner Slane

“Slane’s systematic study provides fresh insights into the changing burial practices at Corinth from the fifth century B.C. to the sixth century A.D., while offering a well-illustrated piece of research with informative maps, plans, drawings, and plates.”

Funerary Sculpture
Athenian Agora XXXV
Janet Burnett Grossman

“This book is a real treasure trove for students and researchers working in the field of funerary sculpture. . . [Grossman] has presented a timeless scholarly book which will no doubt be consulted for many years to come.”

2011 PROSE Award Winner

Histories of Peirene
Ancient Art and Architecture in Context 2
Betsey A. Robinson

“Robinson expertly displays her art historical and scientific expertise in this outstanding account of a worthy monument.”

Linda Jones Roccos, Choice (2012)

Landscape Archaeology and the Medieval Countryside
Nemea Valley Archaeological Project II
Effie F. Athanassopoulos

“Athanassopoulos's book is an extremely valuable, one of a kind contribution. It is a pioneer in documenting solely the medieval material of a much wider and cross-temporal survey.”