Minerva

Archived since January/February 2016 Modern Archive

26 issues

Minerva is the leading international publication focusing on ancient art, archaeology, museums, and exhibitions. Enjoyed by academics and non-specialists alike, Minerva publishes a broad range of articles, new items, book reviews, interviews, and travel features, as well as a calendar of upcoming events.

Published bi-monthly, Minerva presents a blend of stories, covering history, art, archaeology, and mythology. Each issue is packed with features written by leading historians, archaeologists, and curators drawn from the world’s leading museums and universities.

Our subjects range from recent archaeological finds and excavations and current museum and gallery exhibitions, to art, music and literature inspired by the ancient world. Time periods covered extend from prehistory, the pre-Columbian Americas, aboriginal Australia, Ancient Egypt, the Graeco-Roman world, and Near and Far Eastern antiquity right up to, and including, the medieval period.

Latest issue

- Roman riches: the treasures of the Torlonia Collection

- Afghanistan: advances in archaeology

- Piranesi’s visions of antiquity

- Hadrian’s Wall: a century of debate

- The secrets of the mummies

Subjects: Archaeology, History

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Minerva is the leading international publication focusing on ancient art, archaeology, museums, and exhibitions. Enjoyed by academics and non-specialists alike, Minerva publishes a broad range of articles, new items, book reviews, interviews, and travel features, as well as a calendar of upcoming events.

Published bi-monthly, Minerva presents a blend of stories, covering history, art, archaeology, and mythology. Each issue is packed with features written by leading historians, archaeologists, and curators drawn from the world’s leading museums and universities.

Our subjects range from recent archaeological finds and excavations and current museum and gallery exhibitions, to art, music and literature inspired by the ancient world. Time periods covered extend from prehistory, the pre-Columbian Americas, aboriginal Australia, Ancient Egypt, the Graeco-Roman world, and Near and Far Eastern antiquity right up to, and including, the medieval period.

  • First Issue: January/February 2016
  • Latest Issue: March/April 2020
  • Issue Count: 26
  • Published: Bi-monthly
  • ISSN: 2515-8554

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