Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae
The Institute has been publishing Acta Instituti Romani Finlandiae since 1961. Studies by the Institute’s research groups, monographs by its members, and presentations given at seminars held at the Institute on classical philology, epigraphy, classical archaeology, ancient and medieval history and arts research are all published in the series. All contributions are presented to the Editor-in-Chief and assessed by a qualified external referee. In order to ensure impartiality, submissions are presented without indication of authorship.
The following issues can be downloaded from this page as PDF files: 2, 9.1 and 41-.
Order books, except for out-of-print volumes (2, 5, 9.1, 12, 23), from:
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The Editorial Board consists of the editor-in-chief, Professor Mika Kajava (University of Helsinki), the director of the Institute, Docent Ria Berg, Professor Marjo Kaartinen (University of Turku) and the secretary, the Institute’s intendant Simo Örmä. The ISSN number of the series is 0538-2270, online version 2499-1392.
The International Editorial Advisory Board of the series is composed of John Bodel (Providence, USA), Irene Bragantini (Naples), Alfredo Buonopane (Verona), Michel Gras (Paris), Klaus Herbers (Erlangen) and Sybille Ebert-Schifferer (Rome).
The series welcomes proposals for publication related to the research interests of the Institute; contact the editor-in-chief (mika.kajava(at)helsinki.fi).
AIRF vol. 50. Jorma Kaimio: The funerary inscriptions of Hellenistic Perusia
AIRF Vol. 49. Tangible Religion: Materiality of Domestic Cult Practices from Antiquity to Early Modern Era
AIRF Vol. 48. Il Mediterraneo e la Storia III. Documentando Città Portuali – Documenting Port Cities
AIRF Vol. 47. Life and Death in a Multicultural Harbour City: Ostia Antica from the Republic Through Late Antiquity
AIRF Vol. 46. The Roman Courtesan, Archaeological Reflections of a Literary Topos
AIRF Vol. 45. Il Mediterraneo e la Storia II. Naviganti, Popoli e Culture ad Ischia e in Altri Luoghi Della Costa Tirrenica
AIRF Vol. 44. Jorma Kaimio: The South Etruscan Cippus Inscriptions (Seci)
AIRF Vol. 43. The Material Sides of Marriage. Women and Domestic Economies in Antiquity
AIRF Vol. 42. Agents and Objects. Children in Pre-modern Europe
AIRF Vol. 41. Religious Participation in Ancient and Medieval Societies. Rituals, Interaction and Identity
AIRF Vol. 40. Studies in Ancient Oracles and Divination
AIRF Vol. 39. Changing Minds. Communication and Influence in the High and Later Middle Ages