Just out!

Eranos 111 (2020) was published in March 2021, including papers on the Homeric Trojan horse (by Giulia Maria Chesi), Pindar’s Olympian 11 (by Loukas Papadimitropoulos), Aeschylus’s Agamemnon 1–24 (by Josh Beer), a study on smearing with pitch and burning alive in Greek literature (by Kyriaki Konstantinidou), Callimachus Epigram 55 (by Sandy Hardie), and a quest for the Laudes Galli (by Heinz Hofmann).

Call for Articles 2020

Eranos: Acta philologica Suecana, would like to invite authors, both old and new, to submit manuscripts to the journal. We encourage submission of original papers on Greek and Latin philology, including medieval Latin, Neo-Latin and Byzantine philology. Eranos practices strict double-blind peer review, with internationally renowned scholars as reviewers. We offer quick publication of your contribution, as soon as it has passed the peer review. For inclusion already in volume 111 (2020), we need your contribution by mid August at the latest.

For instructions to authors, go to www.eranos.se, or write to editors@eranos.se. Your contributions should be sent to the same address.

We also welcome proposals for special issues by guest editors (see Eranos 109 and 110 for recent examples). Please write to editors@eranos.se with your proposal. We are also happy to answer any questions you might have on the issue.

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Call for articles

Eranos: Acta philologica Suecana, would like to invite authors, both old and new, to submit manuscripts to the journal. We offer quick publication of your contribution, as soon as it has passed the peer review. For inclusion already in volume 110 (2019), we need your contribution by mid August at the latest.

For instructions to authors, see www.eranos.se. Your contributions should be sent to editors@eranos.se.

We also welcome proposals for special issues by guest editors (see Eranos 109 for a recent example). Please write to editors@eranos.se with your proposal. We are also happy to answer any questions you might have on the issue.

/Editors of Eranos

Just published!

Eranos 109 (2016–2018), special issue on The origins of political thinking in ancient Greece with eight articles and an editorial introduction by guest edited by Dimitrios Iordanoglou and Johan Tralau, has been recently published.

Welcome

to the new and improved Eranos.se! The TOCs compiled by Johan Heldt and Christer Henriksén have been added and the site has been redesigned by Mikko Akujärvi. The board of editors thanks all involved!