Estonian Journal of Archaeology
“The Estonian Journal of Archaeology is an international journal published by the Estonian Academy of Sciences in collaboration with the Institute of History of Tallinn University and the University of Tartu.
The journal publishes primary research and review papers in the English, Estonian, and German languages. All articles are provided with short summaries: if the article is written in Estonian, the summary should be in either English or German, and vice versa. All papers to be published in the journal are peer reviewed internationally.
The journal is open for publications in all fields of archaeology.”
Of course the best part is it is Open Access
Latest Open Access Articles from Estonian Journal of Archaeology
The new issue of the Estonian Journal of Archaeology just came out. It looks pretty good, here are the contents:
The culture of death; pp. 83-87
(Full article in PDF format)
BURIAL PRACTICES IN JORDAN FROM THE NATUFIANS TO THE PERSIANS; pp. 88–108
TRACELESS DEATH. MISSING BURIALS IN BRONZE AND IRON AGE ESTONIA; pp. 109–129
COMMUNICATING ACROSS THE BORDER: WHAT BURIAL LAMENTS CAN TELL US ABOUT OLD BELIEFS; pp. 130–150
REPRESENTATION OF DEATH CULTURE IN THE ESTONIAN PRESS; pp. 151–170