New Open Access Article- Website Review: Mediterranean Archaeology GIS (MAGIS)
New Open Access Article- δ13C and δ15N in ancient and recent fish bones from the Mediterranean Sea
New Open Access issue of Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean
Arqueología y Territorio Medieval
“The journal Arqueología y Territorio Medieval is dedicated to the history and archaeology of European and Mediterranean medieval societies, in their different politico-social, economic, religious and cultural forms, etc, between the Vth and XVth centuries as well as their prolongations into the Modern Age.”
“The journal accepts articles written in the official languages of the Spanish State as well as in French, English, Italian and Portuguese.”
It is a pretty cool journal, check it out.
The Arkeotek Journal- Open Access Goodness
“Exclusively available online, The Arkeotek Journal is a peer-reviewed scientific journal devoted to the archaeology of techniques.”
It is in French and English and covers the world. I had a quick look and the articles are pretty good.
Traces in Time
(Again, thanks to Pat for this one)
Traces in Time articles, book reviews and reports are focused on the Prehistory and Protohistory of , Mediterranean Area, Near East and , and on new methodologies in Archaeological Research.
Contents regarding Open Access and Free Software in Archaeology will also be accepted.
Open Access Archaeology journal-Archivo Espanol de Archeologia
“Founded by Antonio García y Bellido in 1940 as a specialized branch of Archivo Español de Arte y Arqueología (1925), Archivo Español de Arqueología is a scientific journal that annually publishes articles on Archaeology that focus on their material, literary, epigraphic and numismatic sources. Its field of interest includes Mediterranean and European cultures from Protohistoric times to the Early Middle Ages and is flexibly open to upcoming cultural realities and border times.”
Another open access peer reviewed journal but with a bit of a delay between print and open access- 6months. It makes me wonder, if they can get by fine with a six month delay then why can’t more publications?
The website is http://www.akmedanmed.com/index_en.php
“ANMED, one of the annual periodicals by Suna & İnan Kıraç Research Institute on Mediterranean Civilisations, has been published bilingual in Turkish and English in Antalya since 2003.
Within the frame of the Institute’s foundation goals and priorities, the preliminary annual reports of excavations, surveys, restoration-conservation projects and other archaeological works by scientific missions undertaken in the region identified as Anatolia’s Mediterranean Areas, that is encompassing ancient Lycia, Pamphylia, Cilicia and Pisidia, constitute the scope of ANMED.”
There is a one year rolling wall which means the most recent issue is not open access but all the older issues are. It is a really great journal and it is a good thing they make at least the back issues available on-line