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Address submissions to Submissions should be attached as documents in Microsoft Word or as a PDF. Submissions should be at least 10,000 words in length (inclusive of notes and exclusive of bibliography) and should include an abstract of 150-300 words. All Greek must be in a unicode font. Text, quotations, notes, bibliography and figure captions must all be double-spaced, and should also be included. Cite secondary literature in shortened form in the notes, providing full information in a bibliography; cp. most recent articles in Classical Antiquity. For abbreviations, refer to

Submissions are refereed anonymously. Contributors should omit their names and other identifying references from the manuscript, and include a cover letter with name, address, and title of article. Previous publications by the contributor should be referred to in the third person.

If illustrations are included, the entire document (including the illustrations) should be submitted as a PDF. After an article is accepted for publication, illustrations in the final copy should also be submitted as separate files in JPEG format (.jpg, .jpeg). Halftone illustrations (photographs, etc.) require a resolution of 300 DPI. Line art illustrations require a resolution of 1200 DPI, except for vector drawings (Adobe Illustrator) which may be submitted in Illustrator (PDF-compatible .ai) files. It is the responsibility of the author to secure any permissions necessary to reproduce and publish the required images.

Proofreading is the responsibility of the author. Final acceptance of illustrated manuscripts is conditional on receipt of good quality image files for reproduction.

Please review the Author’s Rights and Warranties sections of the author agreement before submitting your article. The Classical Antiquity author agreement may be downloaded (in PDF) by clicking here.

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