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AL. Rivista di studi di Anthologia Latina

Journal of Philology applied to Late Latin Poetry

Editor: Loriano Zurli
Publishing Manager: Tim Denecker
Publisher: Centro Studi sull’Anthologia Latina e la poesia latina della tarda antichità (Perugia)
Details List of Publications

Print ISSN: 2038-3738
Online ISSN: 2983-5488

1 issue/year

Method of peer review
double-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist

Classics, Latin language, Latin literature, Philology, Latin poetry, Anthologies, Linguistics, Latin manuscripts, Antiquity

Accepted Language(s):
German, English, French, Italian, Other, Spanish

Accepts Contributions in Open Access


AL. Rivista di studi di Anthologia Latina” is a thematic journal of philology applied to (mainly poetic) texts of late Latinity. Since its first issue in 2010, the journal has intended to fill a gap in the panorama of scientific journals in the sector, collecting philological contributions on the subject of the Latin Anthology and neighboring fields of philological and literary research. In addition to articles and notes, its sections welcome contributions on the manuscript tradition, the fortune of AL and late Latin literature, and book reviews.


    Contact and Submissions
    ALRiv” Direzione e segreteria di Redazione
    Dipartimento di Lettere
    Università degli Studi di Perugia
    Via del Verzaro, 61 – 06123 Perugia (Italia)
    tel. 39-075-5854949 (L. Zurli)
    tel. 39-075-5854980 (P. Paolucci)
    e-mail: –

    Editors and Publishers are invited to send books for review to the same addresses quoted above.

    Peer Review Procedure
    AL. Rivista di studi di Anthologia Latina” è una Peer Review. La Redazione sottopone i contributi pervenuti alla Direzione e segreteria di Redazione ai piú noti e apprezzati specialisti del settore, in ambito internazionale, con procedura double-blind.

    Guidelines for Authors
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    Licencing & Copyright
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    Ethics, Malpractice and Authorship Statement

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