Sunday, January 2, 2011

JONAS - Journal of Nordic Archaeological Science

 The Journal of Nordic Archaeological Science (JONAS) publishes original theoretical and applied papers by experienced and younger researchers within the field of archaeological science, a cross-disciplinary and interdisciplinary branch of archaeology. The aim is to solve archaeological problems by integrating scientific and technical methods and employing a wide range of disciplines, e.g. soil chemistry, bone chemistry/DNA, palaeopathology, archaeobotany, diet, metallurgy, textiles, structure analyses of various materials, prospecting, preservation of objects etc. Authors from the Nordic–Baltic area are especially welcome. Articles are peer-reviewed by competent editors and renowned experts.
The current issue for April 2010 and the list of back issues suggest that publication has been resumed after a hiatus of several years.

Keep it up, JONAS!

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