EDITOR: Franco Montanari
Albio Cesare Cassio - Paolo Fedeli - Andrea Giardina - Elio Lo Cascio - Stefan Schorn - Edoardo Bona (Secretary)
EDITORIAL STAFF Luana Lucia Ascone - Alessia Ferreccio - Davide Muratore - Lara Pagani
ADVISORY COMMITTEE Alberto Bernabé (Universidad Complutense, Madrid), Kathleen Coleman (Harvard University), Jean-Louis Ferrary (École Pratique des Hautes Études, Paris), Hans-Joachim Gehrke (Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Berlin), Philip Hardie (Trinity College, Cambridge), Paul B. Harvey, Jr. (Pennsylvania State University), Albert Henrichs (Harvard University), Richard Hunter (Trinity College, Cambridge), Jacques Jouanna (Université de Paris, Sorbonne - Paris IV), Wolfgang Kofler (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg), Roland Mayer (King's College London), Theodoros Papanghelis (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki), Antonios Rengakos (Aristotle University, Thessaloniki), Guido Schepens (Katholieke Universiteit, Leuven), David Sedley (Christ's College, Cambridge), Andreas Willi (University of Oxford), Bernhard Zimmermann (Albert-Ludwigs-Universität, Freiburg)
Founded in 1872 by Domenico Pezzi and Giuseppe Müller in conjunction with the publishing house, Loescher Editore, the Rivista di Filologia e di Istruzione Classica, under the direction of Gaetano De Sanctis and Augusto Rostagni, became one of the most important and prestigious periodicals in the field of Ancient Greek and Roman studies. Thanks to its well-established tradition, its constant attention to meeting new expectations, its eye for changing trends, and its adoption of the latest research tools, RFIC aims to remain a solid reference point in classical studies on an international level (History).
RFIC is issued twice a year, and publishes research and reviews of a high scholarly standard. Contributions must be related to philological, literary, historical, and archaeological aspects of the ancient Greek and Roman world and of the world of Late Antiquity. The journal welcomes submissions written in the main languages traditionally used in the world of scholarship, accompanied by an abstract in English. Articles may contain tables, diagrams, and black-and-white photographs (Guidelines for contributors).
All articles will undergo peer review before they are accepted.