The Classical Association of South Africa was founded in 1908. For over a hundred years it has been promoting the study of ancient Greece, Rome, and the wider Mediterranean area in South Africa. The association has published research articles, miscellanea, review articles, reviews, obituaries, and proceedings in its flagship journal, Acta Classica, since 1958. Acta Classica publishes work in all fields of Classics, from textual criticism to the Classical Tradition / Reception Studies. Notable contributions have been made in the history of Classical Scholarship – including the work of South African Classics scholars, Greek and Latin Linguistics and Philology, and research into the material remains of the ancient world. Acta Classica has a special interest in contributions that focus on the interaction between Africa and the cultures of the ancient Mediterranean.
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