The American School of Classical Studies at Athens

The ASCSA Publications Office, based in Princeton, New Jersey, disseminates the work of the School and publishes other important works on Greek studies, all to the highest editorial and production standards. The staff of the Publications Office is guided by a Publications Committee composed of leading scholars. All School publications adhere to the ASCSA Ethics Policy on the presentation of artifacts with no known provenience, designed to combat the illicit trade in antiquities.

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To discuss translation, or other subsidiary rights for ASCSA books, please direct inquiries to:

Carol A. Stein
Director of Publications
ASCSA Publications
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Publications News

New Publication: The Early Iron Age: The Cemeteries (Agora XXXVI)

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of The Early Iron Age: The Cemeteries (Agora XXXVI) by John K. Papadopoulos and Evelyn Lord Smithson.

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Inside the ASCSA Publications Office

What does a day at the Publications Office look like? What do they have coming up on the docket?

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Hesperia 86.4 Now Online!

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of Hesperia 86.4. Topics in this issue include the presentation of a recently discovered Late Minoan I sealstone from Pylos; a look at Solon’s abolishment of debt in Archaic Athens; the publication of a previously unpublished votive deposit uncovered near the Sanctuary of Zeus at Nemea; and a look at the work of Georg von Peschke, a celebrated artist employed by ASCSA excavations in the first half of the 20th century.

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