Archaeologia Baltica is an international open-access journal published by Klaipėda University, Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology. The journal is published since 1995, whilst the institute publish journal since 2006. It is an annual refereed academic journal, published in English. It publishes all fields of European archaeology, with a special focus on the archaeology of the region around the Baltic Sea, and advance scientific methods and techniques in archaeology. These may take the form of substantial research papers, or shorter research reports. Short papers may include, for example, new techniques, philosophical discussions, current controversies, and suggestions for new research, as well as conventional research papers. Review or overview papers are welcome, provided they are sufficiently critical and succinct, and make a conceptual contribution to the field. The submission of a paper will be held to imply that it represents an original article, has not previously been published, and is not being considered for publication elsewhere (except in the form of an abstract, published lecture or academic thesis).
All articles sent to the Editorial Board are peer-reviewed; to verify originality, manuscripts might be checked via Crossref Similarity.
The 29th volume of Archaeologia Baltica is already in preparation and will be focused on the post‐Medieval archaeology, the interest in which has grown as a result of latest investigations.
The Editors of Archaeologia Baltica invite authors to submit their manuscripts that would present investigation results of old towns, former manors, villages, homesteads, and fields, as well as studies of ancient roads, hoards, or sunken objects. Articles may be of general nature (presenting the development of towns, manors or other sites) or can present research into specific objects, find groups (such as ceramic stove tiles, pottery, coins, or others) and themes (architecture, osteoarchaeology, or others). The research subject should be dated to the period between the years 1500 and 1800.
Publications in all fields of European archaeology and book reviews are also welcome for this volume.
Please submit your contributions before June 2022 to: firstname.lastname@example.org