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Studii de Preistorie
Studies of Prehistory

Publishing House: Editura Cetatea de Scaun
Subject(s): History, Social Sciences
Frequency: 1 issues
Print ISSN: 2065-2526
Online-ISSN: 2065-2534
Status: Active

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The first number of Studii de Preistorie journal was edited in 2001 by Romanian Association of Archeology. Since the beginning, Studii de Preistorie was a publication dedicated exclusively to archaeology, anthropology and interdisciplinary studies (archaeozoology, antropology, sedimentology, micromorphology, carpology etc.). Studii de Preistorie is an annual academic publication, peer-reviewed journal, which’s rhythm of apparition, was, sometimes influenced by the implication of its editorial staff in editing alternative volumes (Supplemetum series). In the last years was respected the calendar imposed by the annual programme of activities. The authors who published in Studiide Preistorie are experts and specialists recognized by their important contributions in archaeology and interdisciplinary studies . In the revue’s pages can be find studies belonging to important members of Research Institutes or Romanian and foreign Universities. The editorial staff considers a priority the articles published in a language of international circulation, and those published in Romanian have solid abstracts in foreign languages (English, French, German). The international prestige of the revue is proved by its presence in the libraries of great research institutes, universities and famous museums from Italy, France, Bulgaria, Germany, U.S.A., Canada, Australia, Mexic, China, Armenia, Greece, Serbia, Hungary, Ukraina, Holland, and Turkey. It is possible to say that Studii de Preistorie occupies an impressive place in national and international scientific community, through the professionalism of the authors and the value of the published articles and studies, being a reference point in the scientific research of international space.

Submission guidelines


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Afiiliation: Name and address of institution, email

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The abstract will be in English and in Romanian or in the article language.

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The keywords will be in English and in Romanian or in the article language.


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Margins: 2.5 cm, format A4 Portrait

Bibliographical reference in text (First name letter. name year, page, table, figure etc) –
Examples: (D. Rona et alii 1983, p. 15-22); (D. Rona, R. Botez 2004, p. 175-211); (D. Rona
2003, 2004; D. Rona, R. Botez 2004).

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L. Dragomir 1875, Biostatistic in archaeology , Bucharest University Press, Bucharest, 297 p.
(for books)
A. Bolomey 1983, Le milieu biotique, in V. Dumitrescu, A. Bolomey, F. Mogosanu (eds.), Esquisse d’une prehistoire de la Roumanie, Scientific Publishing House, Bucharest, p. 145-174.
(for book chapters)
D. Moise, V. Radu 2002, La faune de l’auberge Constantin Voievod (Bucarest, Roumanie), in Revue belge de philologie et d’histoire, 78, p. 1527-1532.
(for articles)

Illustration must be scanned at 300 dpi and each figure or photo must be sent as an individual file in .jpg or
.tiff format.
All illustration will be mentioned in text as figure (fig. 1; fig. 1/2-3), plate (pl. I; pl. II/A, B) or table (tab. 1).

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Please see the list of abbreviations in the last volume, on this website.
Addresses to send your manuscript are:

or see the contact section on this website.