Current Publishing Release 3 New Digital Titles

Current Publishing has released three new titles – Current Archaeology, Current World Archaeology, and Military History Monthly– each with a full digital archive.

Current Archaeology is the oldest of the three titles, with its archive dating all the way back to March 1967. Although it is now the UK’s leading (and best-selling) archaeology magazine, Issue 1 of the magazine was mailed free of charge to university academics and archaeologists! Readers began to subscribe from Issue 2, and Current Archaeology now has more than 17,000 subscribers worldwide.

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Current Archaeology aims to bridge the gap between amateurs and professionals in archaeology. For 40 years Current Archaeology has been visiting the digs, talking to excavators, and reviewing the literature, to keep its readers up to date with Archaeological news. Its articles are written by archaeologists, and then edited to ensure that the content is accessible to all readers.

To subscribe to Current Archaeology, please click here.

Institutions please click here.

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Current World Archaeology was launched in 2003 as the sister magazine to Current Archaeology. This publication covers world archaeology from the first emergence of man, up until present day, looking at areas from around the globe, including Egypt, Mesopotamia, Classical Greece and Rome, as well as Asia and the Far East. The magazine reports on news from around the world, covering the latest digs and discoveries.

To subscribe to Current World Archaeology, please click here.

Institutions please click here.

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Military History Monthly was first launched in September 2010 as Military Times, with its name changed to Military History Monthly in November 2011. The magazine aims to bring military battles to life, with action-packed narrative and historical detail. Military History Monthly tells the stories of war heroes, both celebrated and forgotten, lifting the veil on war, and cutting through historical propaganda, to get the truth of what really happened.

To subscribe to Military History Monthly, please click here.

Institutions please click here.