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Society for the Promotion of Roman Studies



Journal of Roman Studies

The Roman Society publishes two journals, the Journal of Roman Studies and Britannia and two monograph series, Journal of Roman Studies Monographs and Britannia Monographs.

JRS contains articles and reviews of books about the history, archaeology, literature and art of Rome, Italy and the Roman Empire down to about A.D. 700. Britannia also contains articles and reviews but specifically on Roman Britain.

Both journals are published in November each year. 

Institutions should contact CUP for all orders. 

Members should contact the Roman Society: office(at)romansociety.org

Online access via CJO

Members may access the current volume and all back issues of the journal(s) to which they subscribe via Cambridge Journals Online. 
Click here for further details.

Online access via JSTOR

Members may access the back issues (except the last three years) of both journals via JSTOR. The complete package of Classics journals to which the Library subscribes is also available to members by remote access. For more details contact the Society or the Library.

To buy journals and monographs


Members: To view contents and abstracts online, for prices and to download an order form, please go first to the Journals page.

Institutions & Booksellers: please contact Cambridge University Press.


For a list of monographs in print, go to the Monographs page.  Monographs should be ordered from Oxbow.


For details of how to submit an article to the journals or a proposal to the monograph series, please go to the Contributions pages.

e-Newsletter Epistula

Epistula is an e-Newsletter circulated to all members twice a year, keeping you up to date with news of recent discoveries, research, exhibitions, conferences and publications.

The next deadline (for Epistula XIV) is 31 October: please send all contributions to office(at)romansociety.org

Epistula is managed by the Society's Archaeology Committee and its current editors are Roland Mayer, Alison Moore and Matt Symonds.

Click here to read archive copies.