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Eesti Arheoloogia Ajakiri
Estonian Journal of Archaeology

Publishing House: Teaduste Akadeemia Kirjastus
Subject(s): History
Frequency: 2 issues
ISSN: 1406-2933
Status: Active

  • 2004
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  • 2017
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Short Description

Estonian Journal of Archaeology (published from 1997 to 2003 as the Journal of Estonian Archaeology) is the official publication of the Institute of History (Tallinn), the University of Tartu and the Estonian Academy of Sciences.The journal is published twice in year: in June and December. Main languages of publishing are English and Estonian; all papers in Estonian have an extended summary in English and vice versa. The journal has an international editorial board. All articles are peer-reviewed and the majority of issues also contain reviews or discussions on archaeological literature. The journal is open to authors from Estonia and from abroad providing the contributions which meet the requirements of scientific papers. Articles dealing with archaeological materials of Estonia and neighbouring areas around the Baltic Sea and in North-Eastern Europe are preferred. All archaeological periods are covered; both archaeological and interdisciplinary papers, review articles and debates are all sought.