Ancient Near Eastern Studies

Ancient Near Eastern Studies (formerly Abr-Nahrain) is a refereed journal with original articles devoted to the languages and cultures of the ancient Near East. The geographical area on which it primarily focuses includes the modern lands of Egypt, Israel, West Bank and the Gaza Strip, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Turkey, Iraq, Iran, Saudi Arabia and the Gulf Sheikhdoms. Manuscripts on related languages and cultures in neighbouring regions will also be considered.

Ancient Near Eastern Studies publishes a Supplement Series of books, the aim of which is to provide an opportunity for publication of more substantial works of monograph length and collective works on particular themes.

The journal’s Editor is Associate Professor Andrew Jamieson the Classics & Archaeology Program and Honoraries Dr Heather Jackson and Dr Claudia Sagona are both on the Editorial Board.

Information for authors on submitting manuscripts can be found at the Peeters Online Journal website.

Feature image: Theatre entrance, Lepcis Magna, Libya, with Latin (IRT341) and Neo-Punic (IPT24a)inscriptions dedicated to the Emperor Augustus, erected by local merchant Annobal Tapapius Rufus, 1–2CE. Photographer: Papageizichta via Wikimedia Commons, CC BY-SA 3.0