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Ancient Warfare Magazine
#31
Vale Valerivs,

To be able to remove the central "sponsors and adds"-pages is not a bad idea at all, especially not is these adds are grouped in categories. It's often rather difficult to locate an add you know you have seen somewhere in the magazine, didn't need the article or service at the time and put the magazine on the pile. Then comes the day you need it and it takes you ages to find it again Cry digging through a year's collection. Now, you can either leaf through the central section or take them out and store them in a separate folder for easy access.
Salvete et Valete

Nil volentibus arduum


Robert P. Wimmers
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#32
Quote:I would certainly be interested!!! Will these be monthly issues?

Quote:It will appear 6 times per year.
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A.K.A. Jurjen Draaisma
CORBVLO and Fectio
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#33
:oops: :oops: :oops: sorry!!!
Dave Bell/Secvndvs

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#34
Uncle Sam just decided to reassign me from Illinois to California. (Just received my orders last week and depart for the west coast in nine days.) I will definitely sign up for a subscription when I get relocated out there at the end of November...

Oh, and it's not the scenic part of California... it's Edwards Air Force Base in the Mojave Desert! Smile
Robert Stroud
The New Scriptorium
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#35
me is interested!!

keep me informeddddddd!! onegai shimasu......

M.VIB.M.
Bushido wa watashi no shuukyou de gozaru.

Katte Kabuto no O wo shimeyo!

H.J.Vrielink.
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#36
Hi
This is just what I was waiting for: a magazine dedicated to the ancient warfare, and with illustrations.
I have initiated a topic (magazine search) to know if such a magazine like this existed, and here it is! Big Grin
Count me in for a subscription.
Jasper, the best of lucks
Best regards
JP Vieira
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#37
Hi,

I am very interested in writing articles for this. I am a researcher of Hellenistic militaries and I am in the process of publishing a book on this subject. I recently started the website www.antiquemilitaryhistory.com . I have a few questions.

For source images, do you have a lot of knowledge of intellectual property rights? Were I to write an article, I would need to include many relevant images. Would I have to "copy" these images (i.e. make line-art copies of them) or would simply citing the source they came form be alright?

How large would the articles be, and how many images (archeological sources, not illustrations) would you take maximum per article?

How specific or generalized would you want the articles to be?

Thanks,
Ruben
Ruben

He had with him the selfsame rifle you see with him now, all mounted in german silver and the name that he\'d give it set with silver wire under the checkpiece in latin: Et In Arcadia Ego. Common enough for a man to name his gun. His is the first and only ever I seen with an inscription from the classics. - Cormac McCarthy, Blood Meridian
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#38
Hi Ruben,
I'm happy to answer all of your questions and proposals for articles off-board. Please email me at editor*NOSPAM*@ancient-warfare.com.
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
Webmaster & Editor, Ancient Warfare magazine
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#39
I'm looking forward to the first issue. I hope the magazine will be good. Military History, Command, ... magazine I've read in the past were mediocre and full of ads.

I also wish you a successful ancient history magazine!! Big Grin
Tot ziens.
Geert S. (Sol Invicto Comiti)
Imperator Caesar divi Marci Antonini Pii Germanici Sarmatici ½filius divi Commodi frater divi Antonini Pii nepos divi Hadriani pronepos divi Traiani Parthici abnepos divi Nervae adnepos Lucius Septimius Severus Pius Pertinax Augustus Arabicus ½Adiabenicus Parthicus maximus pontifex maximus
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#40
Yes folks I am interested in this as well. I have often peered through magazine rack in the hope of finding a magazine dedicated to ancient warfare, and now here it is!! Tongue ) o D
Visne partem mei capere? Comminus agamus! * Me semper rogo, Quid faceret Iulius Caesar? * Confidence is a good thing! Overconfidence is too much of a good thing.
[b]Legio XIIII GMV. (Q. Magivs)RMRS Remember Atuatuca! Vengence will be ours!
Titus Flavius Germanus
Batavian Coh I
Byron Angel
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#41
Hi Jasper,

sounds good. Add me to your list for a start. Please send an ad kit when available, I think you do have the email.

Cheers,

Helge
If you run away from an archer...
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#42
Hi - just joined this most interesting forum and was delighted to read this. Will you be doing subs via Paypal perhaps? I would certainly want to subscribe.
Paul, military historian, wargamer and battlefield explorer.
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#43
Hi ancientgamer,
We will be looking into as many payment methods as possible (and affordable).
BTW Welcome to RAT & please add your real (first) name to your signature. It's board rules.
Greets!

Jasper Oorthuys
Webmaster & Editor, Ancient Warfare magazine
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#44
Quote:Hi ancientgamer,
We will be looking into as many payment methods as possible (and affordable).
BTW Welcome to RAT & please add your real (first) name to your signature. It's board rules.

Hi - thanks for that and the welcome.

I did add those details after I had a look round the forum but for some reason it doesn't show up on the post above!
Paul, military historian, wargamer and battlefield explorer.
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#45
Hmm, please tell me your ideas about the cover pages of your magazine. Thanks,

Sven
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