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Antike Kunst first appeared in 1958 and has since been published annually. The journal contains scholarly articles on subjects concerning Classical art and archaeology in the widest sense. There are also regular reports on Swiss excavations in Mediterranean sites, such as Eretria, Francavilla or Iaitas. The journal is internationally renowned for its excellent editing and the fine quality of its illustrations. Antike Kunst is of interest to professional archaeologists and students as well as collectors and a general public interested in ancient art and culture.
ANTIKE KUNST also edits Supplements, cloth-bound monographs containing scholarly contributions that exceed the limits of the journal. The Supplements are published irregularly.
Coverage: 1958-2011 (1. Jahrg., H. 1. - 54. Jahrg.)
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