Studies in Ancient Medicine considers the medical traditions of ancient civilizations. The Graeco-Roman traditions are the focus of the series, but Byzantine, Medieval and early Islamic medicine is also included, as is medicine in Egyptian, Near Eastern, Armenian and other related cultures.
The series is intended for readers with interests in Classics, Ancient History, Ancient Philosophy, Late Antiquity and the Middle Ages, History of Medicine and Science, Intellectual History, Byzantium, Islam, as well as for those whose professional involvement in medical practice gives them an interest in the history and traditions of their field.
The series includes monographs, critical editions, translations and commentaries on medical texts and collective volumes on the theory and practice of public and private medicine in Antiquity and the Middle Ages, drawing on written sources and other historical and archaeological evidence. The series also contains annotated bibliographies of published works relevant to particular subfields and lexica of medical terms in the various ancient traditions.
The series published an average of two volumes per year over the last 5 years.
Managing editor: Philip J. van der Eijk (Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin)
Editors: Ann Ellis Hanson (Yale University), Brooke Holmes (Princeton University), Orly Lewis (The Hebrew University of Jerusalem), John Scarborough (University of Wisconsin-Madison), and Joseph Ziegler (University of Haifa)