Archaeopress publishes a range of journals in Archaeology and related heritage topics. Subjects include Greek and Mediterranean archaeology, Near Eastern studies, the Arabian Peninsula, and more.
Journals are published in print and digital formats. Dedicated micro-sites for each journal provide online access to all digital content, as well as listing all relevant information regarding editorial boards, subscription rates (print and online), article submissions, and publication policies. Printed back-issues for all journals are available via the main Archaeopress books website.
ISSN 2513-8529; e-ISSN 2514-1732
Editor-in-chief: Laura Battini (French National Centre of Scientific Research - Laboratory PROCLAC, UMR 7192)
Devoted to short articles on the archaeology, history and society of the Ancient Near East,
Editor-in-chief: Aram Kosyan
Established in 2006 by the Association for Near Eastern and Caucasian Studies in corporation with Institute of Oriental Studies and Institute of Archaeology and Ethnography (National Academy of Sciences of Armenia) AJNES is the only periodical in the Republic of Armenia devoted exclusively to the investigation of ancient and medieval cultures of the Near East and the Caucasus. Articles appearing in its pages are contributions of scholars of international reputation in history, archaeology, philology, art, religion and science. Archaeopress has been publishing the journal since Volume XI in 2017.
Editor-in-chief: Maja Gori (Institute of Heritage Science, CNR - National Research Council of Italy)
Ex Novo is an international journal, available in Open Access, that promotes interdisciplinary research focusing on the multiple relations between archaeology and society. It engages with contemporary perspectives on antiquity linking past and present, and encourages archaeology’s engagement with theoretical developments from other related disciplines such as history, anthropology, political sciences, philosophy, social sciences and colonial studies.
ISSN 2059-4674; eISSN 2059-4682
Editor-in-chief: Prof. J. Bintliff (Edinburgh University)
An international peer-reviewed English-language journal specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews, the Journal of Greek Archaeology appears annually each Autumn. The scope of the journal is Greek archaeology both in the Aegean and throughout the wider Greek-inhabited world, from earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era.
ISSN 2399-1844; eISSN 2399-1852
JHP is an independent learned journal dedicated to the research of ceramics and objects of daily use of the Hellenistic period in the Mediterranean region and beyond. It aims at bringing together archaeologists, historians, philologists, numismatists and scholars of related disciplines engaged in the research of the Hellenistic heritage. JHP seeks to be a forum for discussion and circulation of information on the everyday culture of the Hellenistic period. The journal appears annually in print and as a free online downloadable PDF.
Edited by: Nicholas J. Molinari (Milford, Massachusetts/Salve Regina University, Newport, RI)
As the name indicates, KOINON encourages contributions to the study of classical numismatics from a wide variety of perspectives. The journal includes papers concerning iconography, die studies, provenance research, forgery analysis, translations of excerpts from antiquarian works, specialized bibliographies, corpora of rare varieties and types, ethical questions on laws and collecting, book reviews, and more.
Editor-in-chief: Steve Karacic
The Seminar for Arabian Studies is the only international forum which meets annually for the presentation of the latest academic research in the humanities on the Arabian Peninsula (including archaeology, epigraphy, numismatics, ethnography, language, history, art, architecture, etc.) from the earliest times to the present day or, in the case of political and social history, to the end of the Ottoman Empire (1922). Papers read at the Seminar are published in the Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies in time for the Seminar of the following year. The proceedings therefore contains new research on Arabia and reports of new discoveries in the Peninsula in a wide range of disciplines.
Offa's Dyke Journal (in association with JAS Arqueología, supported by the University of Chester and the Offa’s Dyke Association)
Edited by Prof. Howard Williams and Liam Delaney (University of Chester)
Offa’s Dyke Journal is a venue for the publication of high-quality research on the archaeology, history and heritage of frontiers and borderlands focusing on the Anglo-Welsh border. ODJ is published in print by Archaeopress in association with JAS Arqueología, and is supported by the University of Chester and the Offa’s Dyke Association. The journal is available online in Open Access.