I became intrigued by how prevalent open access licenses are in the ancient world blogging community so I made a list based on AWBG contributors. I mean this only as a descriptive exercise as I'm guessing that some bloggers haven't given this issue much thought and that some have good reasons for going open access or for not doing so.
I went through the contributors list quickly and used the first ancient world themed blog I could find for each name. My apologies in advance for any mistakes.
James Baker: JC Baker
William Caraher: The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World
Jim Davila: Paleojudaica.com
Dan Diffendale: Tria Corda
Ioannis Georganas: Mediterranean Archaeology
David Gill: Looting Matters
Mark Goodacre: NT Gateway Weblog
Sean Graham: Electric Archaeologist
Charles Elwood Jones: Persopolis Fortification Archive Project
Kathrin Kleibl: Gräco-Ägyptische Religion und Heiligtümer
Antonio Lombatti: Pseudoscienze cristiane antiche e medievali
James McGrath: Exploring Our Matrix
Duane Smith: Abnormal Interests
Neel Smith: Vitruvian Design
James Spinti: Idle musings of a bookseller
Judith Weingarten: Zenobia: Empress of the East
Tom Elliott: Horothesia
Sebastian Heath: Mediterranean Ceramics
Eric Kansa: Digging Digitally
Charles Watkinson: Charles Watkinson's blog
Some of the contributors to AWBG are also contributors to the Stoa. I didn't see an explicit license on the front page there. Nor is there one on this blog.