Journal of Archaeology
This World Wide Web page is maintained at the
University of Michigan by the current Co-editors for Book Reviews. It is intended to
provide (a) the Tables of Contents and Books Received lists of forthcoming issues of the
journal, and (b) a periodically updated consolidated backlist of all books received by the
journal since 1990.
Andean Past is a peer-reviewed journal published approximately bi-ennially. Each volume
consists of papers on Andean archaeology and ethnohistory; ethnohistorical contributions
are limited to those directly concerned with the Pre-Columbian peoples of the Andes.
Anistoriton is a free and independent magazine of History,
Archaeology & ArtHistory edited by D. I. Loizos and an Editorial Committee.
Anistoriton is the Greek word for "ignorant in history". It is an attempt to
bridge the gap between professional historians and archaeologists and their specialized
research, on the one hand, and the general public, the true history and archaeology
lovers, on the other.
Anthropology Review Database
Publishes reviews and links to reviews published elsewhere. Covers full spectrum of
anthropological media (books, audio-visuals, software/multimedia, etc.).
Quarterly journal of archaeological research. It has been the
main journal of international archaeological debate and reporting for 72 years, and aims
to present interesting topical and accessible material to a wide audience. Each number -
published on the 1st of March, June, September and December - makes a book of about 240
pages. Each issue includes a personal editorial, research papers and notes, brief reports
on current matters of concern to archaeologists, and a full review coverage of new
A Journal of Ancient Literature and History
New and the only one Bulgarian archaeological review in English, German, and French.
Archaeological Dialogues is a new English-language journal aiming at the promotion of
theoretically oriented approaches in archaeology which go beyond traditional
archaeological issues and consider historical, social, as well as philosophical
perspectives in archaeology.
An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America News, features, book
list, ARCHAEOLOGY lectures, museum shows, and archaeological web sites
The international agenda to scientific and cultural events in
Assemblage The Sheffield
Graduate Journal of Archaeology
Journal of Archaeology, History, and Exploration.
Bulletin in Spanish dealing with experimental archaeology in general (lithic
industry, pottery, ornaments, etc).
Council for British Archaeology - regular magazine.
the American Schools of Oriental Research
Founded in 1906, The Classical Quarterly is one of the major
journals devoted to Greco-Roman antiquity in the English-speaking world. It publishes
research papers and short notes in the fields of language, literature, history and
philosophy, and appears in May and December every year.
Founded in 1886, The Classical Review publishes reviews of new
work dealing with the literatures and civilizations of ancient Greece and Rome. Over three
hundred books are reviewed each year, the full-length reviews being followed by shorter
notices of less important works. It can be regarded as a companion to The Classical
Classics Ireland is the journal of the Classical Association
Britain`s leading archaeological magazine. In addition to the
cyber-tours of many of the latest discoveries in British archaeology, there is also the
Directory of British Archaeology, listing over 700 archaeological organizations in
Britain, with details of excavations looking for volunteers.
Introduces two popular magazines about Middle Eastern archaeology, with sample articles
Journal devoted to ancient history, classical archaeology, and classical philology,
published by the University of Seville (Spain). The web page offers the index of every
year published from 1970 onwards, and abstracts in Spanish and English.
Historical Archaeology is the scholarly journal of the Society for Historical Archaeology.
The quarterly journal is a benefit of membership in SHA. Historical Archaeology is
published and distributed on or about 15 March, 15 June, 15 October, and 15 December.
Will publish the results of
archaeological research, including excavation reports (text, photographs, data, drawings,
reconstruction diagrams, interpretations), analyses of large data sets along with the data
itself, visualisations, programs used to analyse data, and applications of information
Journal of Field Archaeology
Near Eastern Studies
Established in 1884 by William Rainey Harper, JNES remains the only periodical in the
United States devoted exclusively to an examination of the ancient and medieval
civilizations of the Near East. Appearing in its pages are contributions from scholars of
international reputation on archaeology, art, history, literature, linguistics, religion,
law, and science. Old Testament and Islamic studies are also featured.
Journal of Roman
Military Equipment Studies
Dedicated to the Study of the Weapons, Armour, and Military
Fittings of the Armies and Enemies of Rome and Byzantium.
Journal of the
Southeastern Archaeological Conference
Published semiannually since 1982.
Revue internationale et pluridisciplinaire de religion
Home page of the journal - Libyan Studies, with tables of contents and abstracts for
Museum of Archaeology Publications
Since 1993, The Medieval Review (TMR; formerly the Bryn Mawr
Medieval Review) has been publishing reviews of current work in all areas of Medieval
Studies, a field it interprets as broadly as possible. The electronic medium allows for
very rapid publication of reviews, and provides a computer searchable archive of past
reviews, both of which are of great utility to scholars and students around the world.
Mediterranean Studies is an interdisciplinary annual devoted
to the study of the Mediterranean region from the beginnings to the present.
Nordic Archaeological Abstracts
Nordic Archaeological Abstracts (NAA) is published once a year
and provides a comprehensive guide to Nordic archaeological literature mainly from the
preceeding year. Each issue of NAA contains hundreds of references, with abstracts, from a
wide variety of journals and books.
World Archaeology Newsletter (OWAN)
The Old World Archaeology Newsletter (OWAN) is published three
times a year by the Department of Classical Studies at Wesleyan University.
Tables of Contents of Journals
of Interest to Classicists (TOCS-IN)
TOCS-IN is an entirely volunteer project, started in 1992 by
R. Morstein-Marx (Santa Barbara, California) and PMW Matheson (Toronto, Ontario). It makes
available -- for searching, browsing, or downloading -- the tables of contents of over 150
journals of interest to classicists.
Tel Aviv, Journal of the Institute
of Archaeology, TAU
Tel Aviv, founded in 1974, publishes studies on the history, culture, and archaeology of
the Ancient Near East. The emphasis is on Biblical Archaeology and the extensive field
work which the Institute of Archaeology is currently engaged.
The Ultramarine Newsletter is published by the Ultramarine Foundation, established for
encouraging research of coastal archaeology and maritime heritage of the Americas.
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