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Any person interested in the ancient world is eligible for membership, and any library is eligible to become an institutional subscriber. Supplements and back numbers are available to members at a reduced rate.

Subscriptions

All individual members may choose between two subscription levels. The lower includes online access to CCJ (including back numbers); the higher entitles the member to receive a hard copy of the journal, as well as online access. In addition, all members are entitled to substantial discounts on Supplements and on back numbers of CCJ. Subscriptions may be paid in pounds sterling or in US dollars; the price for the latter includes the cost of bank charges and international postage.

Individual (online access only) 

          £14   

           $28

Individual (online access and hard copy)

          £20

           $38

For institutional subscription rates please see here.

Subscriptions are due on 1 January each year, to be paid by standing order.

To join :  Please fill in a membership form (Word), (PDF).

Simply download the membership form, print out, complete and return it to: Cambridge Philological Society, Classics Faculty Library, Sidgwick Avenue, Cambridge, CB3 9DA, England.

If you do not have a UK Bank account, you can still join if you pay your Membership every year by EUR or USD cheque drawn to your home bank.

Membership for institutions (e.g. libraries) is now managed by Cambridge University Press. Please email:  journals@cambridge.org

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Any further questions can be directed to the Society via email.

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