New Open Access Article (German): Konsum und Archäologie
New Open Access Religiosität in Mittelalter und Neuzeit (German)
Frankfurter Rundschau for electronic Classical Studies
“The Frankfurter Rundschau for electronic Classical Studies (FERA) is an open access online journal for all classical antiquity”
“Especially in times of scarce financial resources across the humanities research and teaching must print cost-saving alternative forms of publication are being sought. Here the Internet as a medium of a universally accessible, rapid and inexpensive publication is to be mentioned in the first place.
Another aspect that speaks for the concept of a union Archaeology online journal is to present the German-speaking world in science generally few opportunities for young scientists in a scientific environment adequate to his own research results correctly.”
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
Studies from the Internet on Egyptology and Sudanarchaeology- Open Access
“The IBAES were founded in 1998 as the first German-language Egyptology-sudan archaeological series, which will be published on the Internet.”
It is Open Access at least back issues are
Historische Archäologie- Open Access Archaeology Journal
“Historical Archaeology” is a term used differently by the variously different archaeological traditions found worldwide, but all definitions and uses have in common an emphasis on periods with so-called dense tradition. This generally means that the archaeological material sources are accompanied by written records.”
“…introducing the online journal “Historische Archäologie” to offer a new and open access medium. “Historische Archäologie” wishes explicitly to present research and analysis from the late medieval period and the modern period in all its aspects. Its time frame ranges from the 14th/15th century until today. Geographically the journal focuses on papers from German-speaking Europe and adjacent states.”
The way back machine has found Arkeoloji dergisi which was published from 1991-1999 in Turkish, German, French, and English. As far as I can tell it is no longer published but the back issues are online and free to get.
Futhark: International Journal of Runic Studies
“Futhark is an independent periodical, but has as its base of operations the Runic Archives at the Museum of Cultural History, University of Oslo, and the Department of Scandinavian Languages, Uppsala University.
Futhark takes the word runic to refer to all scientific study dealing with phenomena related to objects bearing runes (within the Germanic tradition). Not only runologists in the stricter sense are thus welcome, but also archaeologists, historians in various disciplines, theologians, etc., who work with runes or runic inscriptions, as well as phenomena otherwise connected with
The Digital Fornvännen
“Fornvännen is the leading journal for antiquarian research in Sweden. It is also the oldest and most widely distributed journal, with the largest review section in the subject field in Scandinavia. Publication started in 1906. The leading Scandinavian experts in archaeology and Medieval research are published in Fornvännen.
The articles in Fornvännen are written mainly in Swedish, sometimes in Danish, Norwegian, English and German.”
The Journal is Open Access
Archeologia e Calcolatori is a peer reviewed open access journal. It also happens to be one of my favorites. It deals with computer applications to archaeology which is a lot of what I deal with in my work. It is published in French, English, German, Italian, and Spanish so there are articles for everyone. Well not everyone but lots of people. It has been publishing since 1990 so there are lots of open access articles online.