South Asian Goddesses and the Natural Environment

ed. Marika Vicziany et al.
Paperback: £45.00 |
PDF eBook: £16.00

Exeter: A Roman Legionary Fortress and Civitas Capital

by John Pamment Salvatore
Paperback: £24.99 |
PDF eBook: £16.00

Publish with Archaeopress


Archaeopress is devoted to publishing academic work on all aspects of archaeology quickly and efficiently. Our flagship imprint, Archaeopress Archaeology, currently publishes 70-100 titles a year in traditional print and e-pdf editions. Open Access options are available. Our Access Archaeology imprint offers a different publishing model for specialist academic material that might traditionally prove commercially unviable.

We publish books covering the full range of archaeological topics, including all time periods and geographic locations. We also consider proposals in related arts, humanities, and heritage-based subject areas. We pride ourselves in a flexible approach to publishing, meaning there is a rarely a 'one size fits all' approach, but below is a guide to the services and support we typically offer our authors:

  • Peer review
  • In-house designers for book-layout (fees may apply)
  • Full-colour printing throughout (fees may apply)
  • Fast turnaround time
  • Friendly and efficient team
  • Dedicated sales and marketing support with worldwide distribution arrangements
  • Simultaneous print and e-book publication
  • Proof-reading and language assistance (fees apply)
  • Open Access (fees apply)


Our Editorial Team is headed by Dr David Davison MA MPhil DPhil FSA, who has been actively involved in the publishing of archaeological research since the early 1990s. Mike Schurer joined the Archaeopress team in 2020, bringing with him a wealth of experience and knowledge related to archaeological publishing, having edited the popular Oxbow Book News magazine for over fifteen years. Visit the About Us page to meet the full Archaeopress team.

For any queries relating to publication, please contact the editorial team at info@archaeopress.com.

Proposals

Please complete our proposal form and submit via email to info@archaeopress.com. Please provide as much information as possible, and feel free to provide accompanying sample chapters, if available. Our editorial team will advise on its suitability for publishing with Archaeopress, and where the final publication would be best placed amongst our range of imprints and specialist series.

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Proposal Form (PDF download)


Archaeopress Imprints


Archaeopress Archaeology

Our main peer-reviewed imprint currently publishes 70-100 new titles a year including monographs, conference proceedings, catalogues of archaeological material, excavation reports, archaeological biographies/historiography, and more. Archaeopress Archaeology covers the full spectrum of archaeological topics, all geographic locations and all time periods, with dedicated series for specialist fields of study including: Archaeopress Egyptology, Archaeopress Roman Archaeology, Archaeopress Ancient Near Eastern Archaeology, Archaeopress Pre-Columbian Archaeology, Roman & Late Antique Mediterranean Pottery, Archaeological Lives, and more. Publications are typically published simultaneously in print and PDF eBook editions. The design and format of the printed edition is dictated by the content, meaning the range includes books of various sizes and binding-types, all geared towards presenting the research in a format most suited to the material. Open Access options are available.

To learn more about publishing in Archaeopress Archaeology, please click here.


Access Archaeology

Access Archaeology has evolved as a separate imprint alongside Archaeopress Archaeology to support many types of archaeological publication including PhD dissertations, smaller conferences and symposia, research projects, and commercial archaeology from parts of the world where funding is limited. It also supports publications that fall between conventional models: too long perhaps for a journal article, but too short for a traditional monograph. The range is home to a number of ongoing specialist series, including: Cambridge Monographs in African Archaeology, Paris Monographs in American Archaeology, and the South American Archaeology Series.

All Access Archaeology titles are available via the Archaeopress website as free-to-download PDF eBooks for personal use, or at a very low price for institutional use, as well as in traditional print format. The design and layout of Access Archaeology titles follows a fixed template, with a uniform cover design.

To learn more about publishing in Access Archaeology, please click here.


Journals

Our growing range of journals currently includes the Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies, the Journal of Greek Archaeology, the Journal of Hellenistic Pottery and Material Culture, KOINON: The International Journal of Classical Numismatic Studies, الشرق Ash-sharq. Bulletin of the Ancient Near East: Archaeological, Historical and Societal Studies, Aramazd: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies and EX NOVO: Journal of Archaeology.

To learn about publishing in any of our journals please follow the links below:

Proceedings of the Seminar for Arabian Studies (ISSN 0308-8421)
The Journal of Greek Archaeology (ISSN 2059-4674; eISSN 2059-4682)
The Journal of Hellenistic Pottery and Material Culture (ISSN 2399-1844; eISSN 2399-1852)
الشرق Ash-sharq. Bulletin of the Ancient Near East: Archaeological, Historical and Societal Studies (ISSN 2513-8529; e-ISSN 2514-1732)
Aramazd: Armenian Journal of Near Eastern Studies (ISSN 1829-1376)
EX NOVO: Journal of Archaeology (ISSN 2531-8810)
KOINON: The International Journal of Classical Numismatic Studies (ISSN 2631-5874)


See below a Selection of Titles from across Our Range of Imprints

Latest Publications