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JOURNAL OF GREEK ARCHAEOLOGY

Announcing an international peer-reviewed English-language journal specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews. Work from Greek scholars is particularly welcome.

The scope of this journal is Greek archaeology both in the Aegean and throughout the wider Greek-inhabited world, from earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era. Thus we include contributions not just from traditional periods such as Greek Prehistory and the Classical Greek to Hellenistic eras, but also from Roman through Byzantine, Crusader and Ottoman Greece and into the Early Modern period. Outside of the Aegean contributions are welcome covering the Archaeology of the Greeks overseas, likewise from Prehistory into the Modern World. Greek Archaeology for the purposes of the JGA thus includes the Archaeology of the Hellenistic World, Roman Greece, Byzantine Archaeology, Frankish and Ottoman Archaeology, and the Postmedieval Archaeology of Greece and of the Greek Diaspora.

The first issue of the journal will be in October 2016 and thereafter it will appear annually and incorporate original articles, research reviews and book reviews. Subscriptions will be available in print and e-format. The publishers will be Archaeopress. Download a free sampler for JGA Volume 1, 2016 here.

Articles for submission to the journal as well as books for review should be sent to the General Editor at the following address:

Prof. J. Bintliff,
The Editor, JGA,
School of History, Classics & Archaeology, Edinburgh University, Teviot Place,
Edinburgh, EH8 9AG
United Kingdom

Download the Submission and Style Guide here.

E-Mail: johnlbintliff@gmail.com

Assistant Editor: Corien Wiersma (Groningen University, The Netherlands) - E-Mail: journalofgreekarchaeology@gmail.com

Download the full mission statement here.

SUBSCRIPTION RATES (all prices exclusive of VAT where applicable):

ISSN: 2059-4674 (print); 2059-4682 (online)

Institutions:
Print: £85 including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW).
Print & Online access: £95 (+ VAT where applicable) including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW).
Online access only: £90 (+ VAT where applicable).
Agents will receive 25% discount on institutional print price including shipping rates as stated

Individuals:
Print: £65 including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW). Includes free digital copy.
Special price for digital only subscribers: £25 (+VAT where applicable).

Download the subscription form here - complete and return by post of fax.

For subscription-based enquiries please contact Patrick Harris, Archaeopress Sales and Marketing Manager: patrick@archaeopress.com

Editor in Chief
John Bintliff (Edinburgh University, U.K. and Leiden University, The Netherlands)

Editorial Board
Judith Barringer (Edinburgh University, U.K.)
Jim Crow (Edinburgh University, U.K.)
Lloyd Llewellyn-Jones (Edinburgh University, U.K.)
Ben Russell (Edinburgh University, U.K.)
Keith Rutter (Edinburgh University, U.K.)

Editorial Advisory Board
Oscar Belvedere (University of Palermo, Sicily)
Johannes Bergemann (Göttingen University, Germany)
Ioanna Bitha (Research Centre for Byzantine and Postbyzantine Art of the Academy of Athens, Greece)
Francesco D 'Andria (LECCE University, Italy)
Jack Davis (University of Cincinnati, U.S.A.)
Franco de Angelis (University of British Columbia, Canada)
Jan Driessen (University of Louvain, Belgium and Belgian School in Athens, Greece)
Sylvian Fachard (Université de Genève, Switzerland)
Nena Galanidou (University of Crete, Rethymno, Greece)
Chrysanthi Gallou (Centre for Spartan & Peloponnesian Studies, University of Nottingham, U.K.)
Lita Gregory (Australian Institute, Athens)
Timothy Gregory (Ohio State University, U.S.A.)
John Haldon (Princeton University, U.S.A.)
Branko Kirigin (Archaeological Museum, Split, Croatia)
Konstantinos Kopanias (University of Athens, Greece)
Kostas Kotsakis (University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Franziska Lang (Technical University Darmstadt, Germany)
Irene Lemos (Oxford University, U.K.)
Maria Mouliou (University of Athens, Greece)
Robin Osborne (Cambridge University, U.K.)
Giorgos Papantoniou (University of Cyprus and Trinity College Dublin, Ireland)
Athanasios Rizakis (Institute of Greek and Roman Antiquity, Athens, Greece)
Jeremy Rutter (Dartmouth College, U.S.A.)
Guy Sanders (American School of Classical Studies, Athens, Greece)
Sue Sherratt (University of Sheffield, U.K.)
Andrew Stewart (University of California Berkeley, U.S.A.)
Gocha Tsetskhladze (Linacre College, Oxford/University of Nottingham/International Hellenic University, Thessaloniki/University of Bucharest)
Tania Valamoti (University of Thessaloniki, Greece)
Athanasios Vionis (University of Cyprus, Nicosia, Cyprus)
Malcolm Wiener (Institute for Aegean Prehistory (INSTAP), USA)



NEW: Journal of Greek Archaeology Volume 1 2016 edited by John Bintliff (Ed. in Chief). vi+498 pages; illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. Available both in printed and e-versions. 1 2016 Journal of Greek Archaeology . ISBN 2059-4674-1-2016. Book contents pageBuy Now


Volume 1 2016 Available Now

Subscribe online by following the links below:

For private subscriptions for personal use please click here (prices as follows):
Print: £65 including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW). Includes free digital copy.
Special price for digital only subscribers: £25 (+VAT where applicable).

For institutional subscriptions please click here (prices as follows):
Print: £85 including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW).
Print & Online access: £95 (+ VAT where applicable) including free shipping in UK & Europe (£10 ROW).
Online access only: £90 (+ VAT where applicable).

Early bird rates for subscriptions to Volume 2 2017 and special offers for subscriptions to Volumes 1 & 2 (2016-2017) are available via a downloadable order form. Offers end 30/11/2016 and 31/12/2016 respectively.

A free 70+ page sampler is available to download in our Open Access section designed to act as an introduction and taster to the scope and style of this new journal. It includes one complete paper and two review articles as well as full contents listings for Volume 1.

About JGA:
An annual, international peer-reviewed English-language journal specializing in synthetic articles and in long reviews. The scope of this journal is Greek archaeology both in the Aegean and throughout the wider Greek-inhabited world, from earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era. Thus we include contributions not just from traditional periods such as Greek Prehistory and the Classical Greek to Hellenistic eras, but also from Roman through Byzantine, Crusader and Ottoman Greece and into the Early Modern period. Outside of the Aegean contributions are welcome covering the Archaeology of the Greeks overseas, likewise from Prehistory into the Modern World. Greek Archaeology for the purposes of the JGA thus includes the Archaeology of the Hellenistic World, Roman Greece, Byzantine Archaeology, Frankish and Ottoman Archaeology, and the Postmedieval Archaeology of Greece and of the Greek Diaspora. the Editorial Board is headed by Professor John Bintliff (Edinburgh University, U.K. and Leiden University, The Netherlands).

For a full mission statement and information on the editorial and advisory board please visit the JGA page of our website.
Journal of Greek Archaeology Volume 1 2016 edited by John Bintliff (Ed. in Chief). vi+498 pages; illustrated throughout in colour and black & white. 1 2016. ISBN JGAVOL12016. Book contents pageBuy Now

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Editorial: Volume 1 (John Bintliff)

Prehistory and Proto-History
The Palaeolithic settlement of Lefkas Archaeological evidence in a palaeogeographic context (Nena Galanidou, Giorgos Iliopoulos and Christina Papoulia)

The Argos Plain through its ages and my ages (John Bintliff)

‘Manly hearted’ Mycenaeans (?): challenging preconceptions of warrior ideology in Mycenae’s Grave Circle B (Kristin E. Leith)

Cypriot ritual and cult from the Bronze to the Iron Age: a longue-durée approach (Giorgos Papantoniou)

Archaic to Classical
‘Greek colonisation’ and Mediterranean networks: patterns of mobility and interaction at Pithekoussai (Lieve Donnellan)

Euboean towers and Aegean powers: insights into the Karystia’s role in the ancient world (Chelsea A. M. Gardner and Rebecca M. Seifried)

On identifying the deceased in two-figured and multi-figured scenes of classical Attic funerary reliefs (Katia Margariti)

The nature of early Greek coinage – the case of Sicily (Keith Rutter)

Encounters with death: was there dark tourism in Classical Greece? (Carrie L. Sulosky Weaver)

Hellenistic
Brick makers, builders and commissioners as agents in the diffusion of Hellenistic fired bricks: choosing social models to fit archaeological data (Per Östborn and Henrik Gerding)

Different communities, different choices. Human agency and the formation of tableware distribution patterns in Hellenistic Asia Minor (Mark van der Enden)

Medieval
The current state of the research and future perspectives for the methodology
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