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Phoenix, journal of the Classical Association of Canada, publishes scholarly papers embodying original research in all areas of classical studies: the literature, language, history, philosophy, religion, mythology, science, archaeology, art, architecture, and culture of the Greek and Roman worlds from earliest times to about AD 600. Articles should make a fresh, interesting, and significant contribution to our understanding of classical antiquity. The journal welcomes submissions that use new approaches to elucidate their chosen topic and wishes to encourage more submissions on broader themes, as well as those that treat a single question in a detailed manner. Authors should ensure that the argument of the paper is clearly expressed and its general significance made clear. Papers illustrated with black-and-white photographs, maps, and/or line-drawings are welcome. The standard length of a Phoenix article is up to 10,000 words, including notes.Please note that Phoenix does not normally consider for publication articles of longer than 40 pages in manuscript, nor do we consider material that will be published or is under consideration for publication elsewhere.
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