By Werner Von Koppenfels,Helmut Krasser,Wilhelm Kuhlmann

The Yearbook Antike und Abendland is a discussion board for interdisciplinary dialogue of subject matters from Antiquity and the Classical culture. The Editorial Board contains representatives from the disciplines of Classical experiences, historical background, Germanic stories, Romance reviews and English Studies.

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