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Continues Annual Report - Society for Libyan Studies (1969 - 1978)
Title history
  • ISSN: 0263-7189 (Print), 2052-6148 (Online)
  • Editor: Victoria Leitch University of Durham, UK
  • Editorial board
Published on behalf of the Society for Libyan Studies

Libyan Studies is the annual journal of record of the Society for Libyan Studies, appearing in November each year. Contributions are peer-reviewed and cover a broad range of subjects, including archaeology, ancient and Islamic history, geology, geography and social sciences. The articles will appeal to readers with an interest in the Middle East and Mediterranean worlds as well as North Africa.

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Archaeology blog

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Classics – Cambridge Core Blog

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  • 05 August 2020, Kristian Turner
  • “French, the son of a Yorkshire policeman, graduated with a BA in Classics from Cambridge University, but found his vocation as an archaeologist in Greece through The latest digital publication of the British Institute at Ankara is a collection of papers that commemorate and appraise the work of David French, director of the BIAA from 1968 to 1994.…...
  • Why are we launching Higher Education from Cambridge University Press?
  • 25 June 2020, Eliza Senatorova
  • Higher Education from Cambridge University Press is our new online textbook website, launched in August 2020. In recent months Cambridge University Press has introduced a new set of strategies to support changing teaching and learning needs as higher education institutions prepare for a more digitally driven future in the wake of pandemic.…...