Publications

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 25, 2022

New Publication: On the Edge of a Roman Port

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of On the Edge of a Roman Port: Excavations at Koutsongila, Kenchreai, 2007–2014 (Hesperia Suppl. 52), edited by Elena Korka and Joseph L. Rife.

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November 22, 2022

Fall 2022 Newsletter

Read the latest edition of our Newsletter to find out what is happening at the American School.

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November 21, 2022

New Publication: East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of East of the Theater: Glassware and Glass Production (Corinth XIX.1), by Anastassios C. Antonaras.

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October 3, 2022

Hesperia 91.3 Now Online!

Topics in this issue include the presentation of a Late Minoan II–III sealstone from Sissi on Crete, a detailed synthesis of the finds from the South Stoa wells at Corinth, and an analysis of lead-glazed tablewares from Late Medieval Corinth.

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July 15, 2022

Regional Connections in a Panhellenic Setting: The Late Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Pottery from Isthmia

Kathleen Slane discusses her new book, co-authored with John Hayes, Late Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Pottery (Isthmia XI)

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July 8, 2022

New Publication! Late Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Pottery

The American School of Classical Studies at Athens is pleased to announce the publication of Late Classical, Hellenistic, and Roman Pottery (Isthmia XI) by John W. Hayes and Kathleen Warner Slane.

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June 30, 2022

Hesperia 91.2 Now Online!

Hesperia 91.2 is now available online! Topics in this issue include the grave of the Griffin Warrior, Anavlachos on Crete, lithics at Halieis, and the Tyrannicides statues in Athens.

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May 29, 2022

Rediscovering the Julian Basilica: A Conversation with the Authors of Corinth XXII

Scotton, Vanderpool, and Roncaglia discuss their new publication, The Julian Basilica: Architecture, Sculpture, Epigraphy (Corinth XXII)

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Praise for Our Titles

The Sanctuary of Athena at Sounion
Ancient Art and Architecture in Context 4
Barbara A. Barletta

“Ultimately, this book stands as a brilliant testament to the meticulous scholarship and memory of its three authors.”

Votive Reliefs
Agora XXXVIII
Carol L. Lawton

“This is, quite simply, a model publication.”

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.”

The Agora Bone Well
Hesperia Supplement 50
Maria A. Liston, Susan I. Rotroff, and Lynn M. Snyder

“Not only is the tale engaging and informative, the authors use their lucid prose and numerous high-quality illustrations to insure that a nonspecialist can follow even the finest details of the excavation and interpretation.”

The Historical Greek Village
Lerna VIII
Brice L. Erickson

"Brice Erickson's The Historical Greek Village is an excellent new addition to the Lerna series and significantly furthers our understanding of the nature and character of the site from circa 970 to 175 B.C."

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.”

Ancient Corinth: Site Guide
Guy D. R. Sanders, Jennifer Palinkas, and Ioulia Tzonou-Herbst, with James Herbst

“This will be an invaluable aid to interpret what can be seen on the ground, and will serve as a model for guides to other archaeological sites.”