Published since 1977 by St Petersburg State University Publishing House
Since 2016 published twice a year
The editors share the COPE principles (see Publishing Ethics section)
Philologia Classica is an interdisciplinary periodical publishing research in the field of Classical philology, covering a broad range of topics including Ancient literature, Ancient Greek and Latin languages, textual criticism, papyrology, epigraphy, Indo-European linguistics, history of Ancient art, Ancient philosophy, religion and material culture, provided they are based on the profound knowledge and analysis of ancient texts. Articles on the history of Classical studies and reception of Ancient culture in the Mediaeval (including Byzantine) and Modern European culture are also welcome should they only be firmly grounded in Graeco-Roman antiquity. (For more details, see Editorial Policy section)
The Editorial Board will only consider manuscript submissions meeting the guidelines laid down in the Notes to Contributors section.
All submissions will be subject to double blind refereeing (see Reviewing Procedure section).
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Philologia Classica is annotated in L’Année philologique.
Listed among the leading academic journals and publications recommended by the State Commission for Academic Degrees and Titles, and included in the Science
Index database which can be found at SCIENCE INDEX
Since 2016, DOI names have been assigned to all the articles published in the Journal.
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