Studia Hercynia: Journal of the Institute of Classical Archaeology
ISSN: 1212-5865 (print)
ISSN: 2336-8144 (online)
Studia Hercynia is a biannual peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the study of the material culture of Antiquity, on relations between the Mediterranean and Central Europe, on the traditions of ancient art in European culture, and other related phenomena. The journal aims to advance Classical Archaeology and associated disciplines, both in the Czech Republic and internationally.
The journal was founded in 1997 by Prof. Jan Bouzek under the Institute of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, at the Charles University.
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SEEN FROM OXYARTES’ ROCK. CENTRAL ASIA UNDER AND AFTER ALEXANDER Proceedings of the Third Meeting of the Hellenistic Central Asia Research Network 1 – history Editorial The editors, p. 7 Peer-reviewed studies Herodotus on Bactria between Achaemenid Mobility and Alexander’s campaign. Some reflections Marco Ferrario, p. 9-33 Flipping the Coin: Alexander the Great’s Bactrian-Sogdian Expedition […]
Herodotus on Bactria between Achaemenid Mobility and Alexander’s campaign. Some reflections
Marco Ferrario, p. 9-33
Flipping the Coin: Alexander the Great’s Bactrian-Sogdian Expedition from a Local Perspective
Michael Iliakis, p. 34-47
The forgotten ones. Thracians and Thessalians in Bactria-Sogdiana
Marc Mendoza, p. 48-71
Meetings with the ‘Naked Philosophers’ as a Case Study for the Greco-Indian Relations in the Time of Alexander
Olga Kubica, p. 72-81
Alexander III’s Empire: Macedonian, Achaemenid or Oecumenic Greek?
Guendalina D.M. Taietti, p. 82-104
A Fight to Reclaim the Central Asian Frontier. The Seleucid and Parthian Rivalry in the 230s BC
Nikolaus Leo Overtoom, p. 105-118
The Hellenistic Far East in Historical Fiction. Ancient History, Modern Ideologies
Rachel Mairs, p. 119-131
The editors, p. 7