American Journal of Archaeology


American Journal of Archaeology

Publisher: Archaeological Institute of America

The American Journal of Archaeology, the journal of the Archaeological
Institute of America, is one of the oldest and most widely circulated
journals of archaeology in the world. Founded in 1885, its second series
was begun in 1897. The scope of AJA is defined by the Governing Board of
the Archaeological Institute of America as "the art and archaeology of
ancient Europe and the Mediterranean world, including the Near East and
Egypt, from prehistoric to late antique times."

The editors welcome the submission of manuscripts on any subject within
that definition. Submissions that announce discoveries, present new
information, or break new theoretical ground are especially welcome.
Although AJA has customarily published both short essays and articles of
substantial length, contributions that do not exceed 8,000 words in length
including works cited are preferred.

ISSN: 002-9114

Editor: Marni Blake Walter


Current Issue: Volume 108.1 January 2004

Content available by subscription.

Date: 1 Mar 2004

Original posting date: 
Monday, March 1, 2004
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