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New Archaeology Title THE PAST Launches Digital Subscriptions

By Jess Browne-Swinburne

6 Apr 2021

New fully-digital archaeology title THE PAST has launched a digital subscription service for individuals and institutions in partnership with the Exact Editions online platform. Subscriptions will offer readers fully-searchable access to the brand new first issue, as well as all future bi-monthly issues as they are published.

Written and edited by leading archaeology experts, THE PAST entertains, informs, delights, and provokes. Each issue is packed with features on the latest discoveries, research and big ideas from all across the globe.

The new digital edition offers subscribers a seamless cross-platform browsing experience on web, iOS and Android devices to support reading on the go. The Exact Editions platform’s intuitive navigational tools also include an advanced search functionality and clickable URLs, email address and contents pages for an interactive experience.

THE PAST is available in the Exact Editions individual and institutional shops here:



Magazine co-founder Dr Nadia Durrani commented “We don’t think there is anything quite like THE PAST. With double the content of all comparable titles, and covering the whole of human history, it’s full of compelling content. We’re really excited to be able to offer archaeology devotees such a superb digital subscription, which will only grow in value as future issues build up to form a valuable archive of content.”

Managing Director of Exact Editions, Daryl Rayner, said: “It’s a delight to welcome THE PAST on board; the wealth of their team’s experience in both the archaeology and magazine industries will assist in driving the success of this exciting new title.”


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