In this issue:
Six new publications from the Oxford Studies in Ancient Documents
Meet eight new faces at the CSAD
Ilenia Gradante lights up the walls of the catacombs of Syracuse to examine the use of signacula for sealing tombs in Late Antiquity.
Simon Glenn on the changes to Bactrian and Indo-Greek coinage south of the Hindu Kush.
Simona Stoyanova on digital palaeographic annotation.
Valentina Mignosa questions whether the choice of alphabet in the Archaic period was really driven by the need to establish polis or regional markers.
Alan Bowman, Alex Mullen and Anna Willi on Roman everyday writing.