American Journal of Philology

American Journal of Philology

Das American Journal of Philology (Abkürzung: AJPh) ist eine Fachzeitschrift der Klassischen Philologie. Es wurde 1880 von Basil Lanneau Gildersleeve begründet. Neben philologischen Beiträgen werden auch Aufsätze zur griechischen und römischen Geschichte, zu Philosophie sowie Sozial- und Religionsgeschichte veröffentlicht. Daneben wird auch die neu erschienene Fachliteratur rezensiert. Die Zeitschrift wird von der Johns Hopkins University Press verlegt.

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