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Archaeological Journal

The Archaeological Journal  is the prestigious peer-reviewed publication of the Royal Archaeological Institute. Published since 1844, the Journal contains research articles, fieldwork reports and major syntheses and analyses, addressing archaeological theory and method applied to all periods of the human past from earliest prehistory to recent times. The journal focuses its attention on England, Ireland, Scotland, Wales and neighbouring islands and regions. It also provides examples of the application of the latest approaches and directions in archaeological research of global interest and relevance. The Journal also includes an extensive reviews section providing current scholarly assessments of recent publications. 

The Archaeological Journal has an established international reputation for the highest quality of academic publication and the flexibility to publish shorter research articles as well as larger reports and studies. Its distinctive multi-period scope facilitates the publication within the journal of material spanning numerous eras and addressing broader themes regarding variability and change in the landscapes, settlements and material cultures of these islands. 

We invite you to get an insight into the key research published in the most recent issues of Archaeological Journal, The research will be free to view until April 2018.

Archaeological Journal