In addition to regular issues of the journal, Acta
Classica publishes occasional supplementary volumes devoted to
particular themes. These volumes are usually edited by guest editors but
they follow the editorial policies and style
of the journal and are published with the ISSN 0065-1141.
The following clauses of the constitution of the Classical Association of South Africa are relevant to supplementary volumes:
The following volumes have been published to date:
(a) The aim of the series, which will appear at irregular intervals, is to promote research in the field of Classics in Southern Africa by facilitating the publication of monographs, editions, commentaries and collections of articles that are the result of original academic research.
(b) The Editorial Board of Acta Classica shall undertake the administration of the Supplementa according to its guidelines.
(c) A Guest Editor may be appointed by the Executive Committee at the request of the Editor.
(d) The financial cost to the Association and Acta Classica will be limited to the incidental secretarial expenses.
Supplementum I: Atkinson, J. E.
(1994) A Commentary on Q. Curtius Rufus' Historia Alexandri
Magni Books 5 to 7.2. Amsterdam: Adolf M. Hakkert.
Supplementum II: Cilliers, L.
(ed. 2008) Asklepios: Studies on Ancient Medicine. Pretoria:
V&R Printing Works.
Supplementum III: Bosman, P. R.
(ed. 2009) Mania: Madness in the Greco-Roman World. Pretoria:
V&R Printing Works.
Supplementum IV: Bosman, P. R.
(ed. 2012), Corruption and Integrity in Ancient Greece and Rome.
Pretoria: V&R Printing Works.
Supplementum V: Bosman, P. R.
(ed. 2014), Alexander
Pretoria: V&R Printing Works..
Supplementum VI: Bosman, P. R.
(ed. 2017), Ancient Routes to Happiness.
Supplementum VII: Evans, R. J.
(ed. 2017), Mass and Elite in Ancient Greece and Rome:
From Sparta to Late Antiquity. London: Routledge.
Supplementum VIII: Bosman, P. R.
(ed. 2018), Intellectual and Empire in Greco-Roman Antiquity.
Supplementum IX: Evans, R. J.
(ed. 2018), Prophets and Profits:
Ancient Divination and its Reception. London: Routledge.