An international journal printing contributions in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish; specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews.
Business Manager: Laura Humphrey
The Editor, JRA, 95 Peleg Road,
Portsmouth, Rhode Island 02871 U.S.A.
Telefax: 401-683-1975; E-mail: email@example.com
Offers: Discounted Prices to Individuals on All Titles *
Click Here to
Order By Email
PLEASE NOTE THAT ALL THE ANNUAL ISSUES OF JRA ARE
NOW HOSTED ON THE CAMBRIDGE JOURNALS (CJO) SITE
(librarians: see further below on how to obtain full-text access)
For those lacking full-text access to CJO, all articles and reviews in vols. 1-27 are now available direct from us in PDF form.
Institutions which have purchased any supplement may scan parts of it for the use of students on a protected website.
Subscribers to JRA (including institutions) may order direct from us up to 4 items from the annual journal per calendar year free of charge.
For non-subscribers, the cost is $1 per JRA page, up to a maximum of $20 per article.
JRA LATEST NEWS
Volume 29 (2016) is now
at the printer and will be mailed out by the
middle of October. It will be available online to
subscribers by the end of October through
Cambridge Journals Online.
of books received for review between August 2015
and August 2016
on January 25, 2016
Published on October
Published on July
ANNOUNCEMENT: John Humphrey will
continue editing and publishing JRA 29
(2016) and JRA 30 (2017), but after that
will hand off the editorship, along with
the publishing responsibility. We plan
to announce the name of the new editor
and publisher in the fall of
2016. At this point we simply wish
to assure our subscribers that the top
priority is the long-term future, the
timely appearance and, hopefully, the
improvement of JRA as it responds to the
rapid developments that are occurring in
Please click here for subscription information for institutions and agents for 2016.
Table of contents of fascicule 1 (articles)
Table of contents of fascicule 2 (reviews)
Full list of works reviewed in volume 28
Some highlights of this issue:
K. Harper, Pandemics and passages to late antiquity: rethinking the plague of c.249-270 described by Cyprian
M. McCormick, Tracking mass death during the fall of Rome's empire (I)
D. Camardo & M. Notomista, The roof and suspended ceiling of the marble room in the House of the Telephus Relief at Herculaneum
Review article by Catherine Virlouvet on "Les métiers du port"
Books Received for Review (August 28, 2014 - June 30, 2015)
Published October 28, 2014
S96. INFANT HEALTH AND
DEATH IN ROMAN ITALY AND BEYOND, edited by
Maureen Carroll and Emma-Jayne Graham. Contributors:
M. Carroll, A. Chamberlain, T. Derks, R. Gowland,
E.-J. Graham, D. R. Gröcke, C. Laes, A. R. Millard,
L. A. Powell, R. C. Redfern, W. Southwell-Wright and
A. Sparreboom. Cloth, 7 x 10 inch. 181 pages, c.44
figs., tables. ISBN-13: 978-0-9913730-0-0. Published
on January 24, 2014. List price $89. Web price to
The archive (volumes
1-25) is now fully digitized and
available separately for purchase from CJO.
Click here for PDF of stylesheet guidelines for authors, but please contact editor before submitting.