- There has been a discussion in the Imperial Rome Group about JSTOR access, so I checked the JSTOR website. For U.S. residents among you: If your publicMessage 1 of 1 , Jul 5, 2007View SourceThere has been a discussion in the "Imperial Rome" Group about JSTOR access, so I checked the JSTOR website.
For U.S. residents among you:
If your public library does not subscribe to JSTOR (mine does), do lobby them to subscribe!
There is a one-time-only Archive Capital Fee and an Annual Access Fee. The fees depend on the size of the public library. The smaller the library, the lower the fee.
Your library can get the information here:
Roman History Reading Group
Roman History Books and More (Blog)
Member of Literature Reading Circle
Cohost, Ancient Classical History Forum
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