Submit Your Article

Manuscripts can be submitted via the online submission system by registering and selecting Archaeologia Baltica journal.  

Alternatively, manuscripts can be sent to the editorial assistant of Archaeologia Baltica by e-mail:

The attachment in the e-mail should include:

  1. Files (including tables and appendices) of the article in Times New Roman font, Microsoft Word (.doc) or rich text (.rtf) format; articles should be typed with a line spacing of 1.5 lines, and margins of at least 30 mm along the sides
  2. Original files of illustrations (tiff, jpg and CMYK, resolution at least 300 dpi), with a clear indication of which should be black and white, and which should appear in colour
  3. A copy of the identical text and illustrations in pdf format
  4. A covering letter. In the covering letter, the authors should supply full contact details (including e-mail addresses) for at least three possible referees, with relevant current research activity. Please ensure that these referees are not from the authors' own institution. Information about a possible conflict of interest should be reported.

It is not necessary to incorporate any special page layout in the manuscript. Footnotes and endnotes should be avoided if possible.


Two anonymous experts will assess whether the content corresponds with the subject of the study, and evaluate the scientific quality and novelty of the text, and the suitability of the illustrations.

Review and resubmission processes

  1. Manuscripts must be submitted in the format outlined in the Guidelines for Authors.
  2. The manuscript will be sent to at least two reviewers and one member of the Editorial Board.
  3. The manuscript will be looked at by the editor-in-chief, and comments will be made if necessary.
  4. If it is found that the article is likely to be acceptable for publication after revision, it will be returned to the author or corresponding author for revision.
  5. The authors of accepted articles must then revise the manuscript according to the comments of the reviewers and the editor-in-chief, and return it by e-mail to the Editorial Office:
  6. After the manuscript has been revised, it will be accepted for publication, or passed on to reviewers for re-review, asking for their opinion on the acceptability of the paper for publication.
  7. After receiving the re-review(s), the Editorial Board of the journal will make its final decision on the acceptability of the article for publication.


Editorial Office:


Assoc. Prof. Dr. Audronė Bliujienė

Klaipėda University Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology

Herkaus Manto 84, LT-92294, Klaipėda, Lithuania


Editorial assistant:

Dr. Miglė Urbonaitė-Ubė

Klaipėda University Institute of Baltic Region History and Archaeology

Herkaus Manto 84, LT-92294, Klaipėda, Lithuania