[First posted in AWOL 26 October 2020, updated 25 March 2020]
ACD is a peer-reviewed academic journal, which welcomes contributions on any topic directly related to the ancient Greek and Roman worlds. Articles should make a new and interesting contribution to our understanding of classical antiquity. ACD is keen on publishing papers carefully thought through and clearly argued. Papers should be of interest to both a broad range of classicists and a general academic readership. Manuscripts submitted to the ACD are reviewed by editorial board members and also by outside experts. Most submissions are read by two scholars. ACD does not reprint material already published, except for those published elsewhere in Hungarian. ACD publishes articles circa 20,000 words in length (but there is no absolute maximum or minimum length), including footnotes and bibliography. ACD is open to contributions from any country. The language of publication is English, but submissions in French, German, Italian and Latin are also welcome.
ArticlesParallel Phrases and Interaction in Greek and Latin Magical Texts.: The Pannonian Set of Curse TabletsA Preliminary Investigation on the <ae>/<e> Graphemic Oscillation in Latin Inscriptions From Rome: The Relationship Between Vowel Alternations, Lexical Stress and Syllabic StructureConsonantal Degemination in Latin Inscriptions of the Roman Empire:: A Dialectological and Sociolinguistic Perspective351-356571
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