We're excited to announce that the newest issue of Ancient History is about to go to the printers. This time around, we're taking a look at travel and tourism in antiquity, with wide-ranging articles including the Emperor Hadrian's journeys across the empire, Egyptian interaction with and perception of foreign lands, and Pausanias' travel guides to Ancient Greece and Asia Minor. As always, you can pre-order issue 31 now to save slightly on the cover price, or sign up for a full subscription to Ancient History magazine.
Returning from the printer in the next couple of days, issue 30 of Ancient History takes a wide-ranging look at the position and role of women in antiquity, from ancient Egypt to the Roman Empire. Articles include evidence for women working outside the home in Ancient Rome, how the Athenian polis treated its female inhabitants, and the unique evidence for women's position in Locri Epizephyrii, a Greek colony in Southern Italy.
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We've upgraded the Celtic 2 Horse Chariots.
There are now 4 different drivers and warriors. 2 different chariot bodies and 4 different styles of side panels. All supplied randomly from the variants available, If more than 1 chariot is ordered different models will be supplied.
Each chariot contains 1 driver, 1 warrior, 1 chariot and 2 horses. Priced at £12 each.
Includes weapons and shields as appropriate.