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Updated 9 December 2015

Editorial Policy

The American Journal of Archaeology (AJA), the journal of the Archaeological Institute of America (AIA), is one of the oldest and most widely circulated journals of archaeology in the world. Founded in 1885 as The American Journal of Archaeology and of the History of the Fine Arts, it began its second series in 1897. The scope of the AJA is defined by the Governing Board of the AIA as “the art and archaeology of ancient Europe and the Mediterranean world, including the Near East and Egypt, from prehistoric to Late Antique times.” The AJA Editor-in-Chief welcomes the submission of manuscripts on any subject within that definition. Submissions that announce discoveries, present new information, or break new theoretical ground are especially welcome, as are articles that deal with methodological issues, offer theoretical frameworks for interpretation of archaeological data, or explore the symbiosis between field methodology and the analysis of material culture. In addition to articles, the AJA publishes field reports and newsletters on the archaeology of various regions, comprehensive reviews of the state of the discipline,1 forums,2 archaeological notes,3 necrologies, museum exhibition reviews, book reviews, and review articles (see the editorial statements of the Book Review Editors and Museum Review Editor in AJA 116 [2012] 3–4 and in AJA 112 [2008] 531; see also Guidelines for Book Reviewers and Guidelines for Museum Reviewers). Awards presented at each annual meeting of the AIA are no longer published in the April issue, effective 2016. They are available on the AIA website. Pre-2016 published AIA awards are available on AJA Open Access.

In keeping with the 2004 policy of the AIA, the AJA will not accept any article that serves as the primary publication of any object or archaeological material in a private or public collection after 30 December 1973 unless its existence is documented before that date or it was legally exported from the country of origin. An exception may be made if, in the view of the Editor-in-Chief, the aim of the article is to emphasize the loss of archaeological context. Reviews of exhibitions, catalogues, or publications that do not follow these guidelines should state that the exhibition or publication in question includes material without known archaeological findspot (see N.J. Norman, “Editorial Policy on the Publication of Recently Acquired Antiquities,” AJA 109 [2005] 135–36).

Manuscripts submitted to the AJA are reviewed by appropriate experts without exception. While AJA Advisory Board members often serve as reviewers, manuscripts are also screened by outside experts. Most submissions are read by two scholars in addition to the Editor-in-Chief.

  • 1. State of the Discipline: a retrospective and prospective article assessing the history, current trends, and future avenues of research in archaeology; published in the printed journal and open access on AJA Online.
  • 2. Forum: articles on a specific topic or problem, including but not limited to issues of methodology or theoretical approaches in archaeology, current trends and future avenues of research, and controversies or current debates in the field; published in the printed journal and open access on AJA Online, where readers can post comments and continue the conversation.
  • 3. Archaeological Note: short notes (no more than 5,000 words) that respond in a formal way to topics discussed in Forum pieces or to interpretations put forth in articles; they may also announce new finds or new discoveries or take the form of a Letter to the Editor; published in the printed journal and open access on AJA Online.

Initial Submission

Authors must register for an account on www.edmgr.com/ajaonline. Instructions for verifying the account will then be emailed to the author.

To submit a manuscript, go to www.edmgr.com/ajaonline, log in as Author, and follow the instructions. Authors should also refer to the Initial Manuscript Submission Checklist.

The manuscript should be uploaded as a Microsoft (MS) Word file (not a PDF) and should include, in the following order: abstract, text, figure captions, catalogues or appendices, list of works cited, and endnotes. It should be typed double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins on all sides and should conform as much as possible to article format and editorial style.

Tables should be uploaded as individual MS Word files (not a PDF) and numbered consecutively. The AJA cannot generally print tables longer than one published page (see also Article Format).

Upload figures as individual .tif, .psd, .eps, or .ai files (not a PDF) and number them consecutively (see also Figure Preparation).

Supplementary content should be submitted at the same time as the initial submission.

Authors should make every effort to maintain anonymity in the text and should not include any information in headers or footers in the MS Word files or image files. Non-native English-language speakers are strongly advised to have their manuscripts read and edited by a native English speaker prior to submission.

A manuscript will not be considered for review if it does not conform to the above instructions.

Supplementary Content

Supplementary content includes supporting material that is not essential to understanding the conclusions of the research but contains information that is additional or complementary and directly relevant. This material is considered to form an integral part of the text and is subject to peer review and to the same ethical standards, warranties, and conditions of submission. The inclusion of supplementary content is at the discretion of the Editor-in-Chief, whose decision on its relevance and appropriateness, guided where necessary by reviewers’ comments, is final.

All material to be considered as supplementary content must be clearly indicated as such and should be uploaded at the same time as the initial submission. It must be referred to in the manuscript at an appropriate point in the text.

Supplementary materials are published on AJA Open Access and are hyperlinked from the published article. See the links below for information on preparing supplementary content.

Appendices, Catalogues, Large Data Sets

These are published as PDF files and should be uploaded as individual MS Word files, including a Works Cited listing if pertinent, following initial submission instructions. Each file should be named “Online Appendix 1,” “Online Appendix 2,” etc., regardless of format, and referred to as such at the appropriate place in the manuscript text.

Image Gallery Figures

A maximum of 20 additional figures may be posted in an AJA Image Gallery and in a collated PDF.  Figures should be sized between 400 x 400 pixels and 1000 x 1000 pixels x 300 dpi and uploaded as individual figure files (.tif, .psd, .jpg, .eps, .bmp, .ai) labeled with the author last name followed by “online fig. 1,” “online fig. 2,” etc. Color figures are recommended. 

Image Gallery figures should be numbered independent of print-published figures and be cited consecutively at the appropriate place in the manuscript text. An MS Word file listing the online figure numbers and captions, with all necessary source credits, and a Works Cited listing if pertinent, should be included with the initial submission.

Audio and Video Files

Most audio and video formats are accepted. Use compressed formats where this can be done without compromising quality. Contact aja@archaeological.org with any questions.

Revised Submission

A revised manuscript provisionally accepted for publication should be uploaded to www.edmgr.com/ajaonline, following initial submission instructions. All figures, tables, and text should be final and should conform to AJA article format and editorial style. If a revised manuscript is improperly prepared, the author will be asked to resubmit it.

A revised manuscript should be submitted within five months of provisional acceptance or it may need to be reviewed again. A manuscript will not be accepted and scheduled for publication until all files, a signed author warranty, and all necessary copyright permissions for figure reproduction have been received and approved. Once the revised manuscript has been submitted, no major changes to the text are allowed.

Authors should refer to the Revised Manuscript Submission Checklist. An author warranty and a copyright permissions form template can also be found under Supporting Material.

Proofs

Once a manuscript has been accepted for publication, it will be copyedited, typeset, and proofread. The AJA will communicate with the author during the copyediting stage; page proofs will then be emailed to the author with instructions for making any final corrections. While authors may clarify or modify page proofs in minor ways, no major revisions are permitted. Corrected proofs should be returned within one week of receipt.

Reprints

One complimentary PDF reprint of the published (non open access) article is given to the primary author. Authors can also purchase hard copy reprints. Authors of published open access content can print copies directly from AJA Open Access.

Article Format

Title and Abstract

The title of the article should be centered at the top of the title page, with the abstract below. The abstract should be no longer than 200 words and should outline the problems discussed, methodology, and conclusions.

Paragraphs and Headings

Paragraphs should be left-aligned and unindented. Use a double return after each paragraph. All headings should be typed on a separate line, not run in with the text. There should be no additional spacing before or after lines. Headings should be labeled <A>, <B>, or <C>. C-level subheads should be avoided whenever possible.

Notes and Acknowledgements

The AJA does not use in-text citations, except for references to primary ancient sources. Notes should be formatted as endnotes, numbered in one series, and double-spaced. A note should not exceed 200 words. See also Bibliographic References and Footnotes. Acknowledgments should not be included in an initial submission, as this may compromise anonymity. In a revised submission, any acknowledgments should appear in the first footnote, with the note reference placed at the end of the abstract.

Greek Characters

Authors should set Greek text in New Athena Unicode, a public-domain Greek font available at https://classicalstudies.org/publications-and-research/nau-download.

Authors might find GreekKeys helpful; it is a custom polytonic Greek keyboard program that provides easy access to specialized characters (e.g., for metrics, epigraphy, and papyrology) that are absent from most system fonts. GreekKeys 2015 is free to members of the Society for Classical Studies.

Figures

References to figures in the text must appear in consecutive order (fig. 1 is cited before fig. 2, which is cited before fig. 3, etc.; fig. 2a is cited before fig. 2b, etc.), and no figure references should appear only in the notes. Figures are placed during composition as soon as possible after their first text reference.  A list of figures with captions, keys, and credits should be provided at the end of the manuscript text. Captions should be set as suggested below, with credits placed in parentheses and ending with a period (see also Image Gallery figures):

  • Fig. 1. Detail of the northwest corner of the Sanctuary of Apollo.
  • Fig. 2. Trench 1, section a, northern elevation with strata indicated, from the south. The foundation trench is represented by deposits 4–8 and 17 (drawing by S. Schmidt).
  • Fig. 3. Corridor Z, layout of the decoration (Paley and Sobolewski 1987, pl. 4; courtesy R. Sobolewski).
  • Fig. 4. Vedder painting concentric circles on the skyphos. Note the tilt of the pivot in the direction of motion (R. Schreiber).

List of Works Cited

Sources cited in the text must appear at the end of the manuscript with full bibliographic information according to AJA guidelines. Entries should be left-aligned and unindented. Use a double return after each entry.

Editorial Style

Spelling and Capitalization

The American style of spelling should be used. When there are alternative ways of spelling a word, the first choice in Webster’s Third New International Dictionary (Springfield, Mass. 1986) is preferred. Authors should be consistent in their use of capitalization. Overcapitalization should be avoided; many words that are commonly capitalized may be lowercased (see in general Chicago Manual of Style [16th ed.] 8.59–60).

Most period designations are lowercased:

late antiquity
ancient Greece
imperial Rome

Cultural periods recognized by archaeologists based on characteristic technology or typology are capitalized:

Bronze Age
Archaic period
Late Antique period

The terms “classical” and “archaic” are capitalized only when used with “period” (e.g., Classical period) or with a specific division of a cultural period (e.g., Late Classical literature) or when the meaning can be misconstrued:

Late Archaic art
Early Classical polis
classical vase painting
archaic Greek pottery

The names of specific buildings, monuments, parts of sites, and artifact collections/groups are capitalized. The generic form is lowercased:

the East Gymnasium; the gymnasium
the Athenian Agora; the agora
Roman Forum; the forum
Treasury of Athens; Athenian treasury
Wall P
Tomb 4
Room 5
Group D

General excavation nomenclature is lowercased:

stratum 3
level 2
trench A

Foreign Terms and Phrases

Isolated words in a foreign language that are likely to be unfamiliar to readers should be italicized throughout the text. Familiar words and phrases in a foreign language should be set in roman type unless there is a risk of confusion with an identically spelled English word:

in situ
terminus post quem
raison d’être
limes

Numbers

Roman numerals should be avoided. Cardinal and ordinal numbers less than 10 should be spelled in full. Arabic numerals should be used for all numbers 10 and above. If a number occurs in a phrase in which most of the numbers are above nine, use Arabic numerals for all:

first century
nine sherds
10th century
11 coins, 15 lamps, and 3 statuettes

Use Arabic numerals when referring to parts of text (use abbreviated version when the references appear in parentheses):

chapter 2 (ch. 2)
table 4
appendix 3 (appx. 3)
figure 9 (fig. 9)

Measurements

The metric system is preferred. All measurements should be expressed with Arabic numerals and abbreviated units unless they appear at the beginning of a sentence:

The base of the vase measures 10 cm in diameter.
Twenty-five rim sherds were found in the trench.

If multiple measurements and dimensions are cited, they should be brought to the same decimal point, using the following format:

1.5 x 1.9 m
0.3–0.5 cm in height

Measurements and dimensions in tables do not have to be brought to the same decimal point.

Chronological References

The AJA uses B.C.E. (“before the common era”) and C.E. (“common era”) for historical dates.

All historical dates should be written in their entirety, except in cases of conventional epigraphic usage:

211–202 B.C.E.
117–138 C.E.
208/9 C.E.; 293/2 B.C.E.

References to decades should be identified by their century and expressed in numerals. No apostrophe is needed between the year and the “s”:

240s

Dates should be cited as day/month/year, without punctuation:

15 January 1996

The AJA uses BP (“Before Present”) for radiometric dates. BP should be used only in reporting dates for which “present” refers to the year 1950.

Radiometric dates (except radiocarbon dates) should be expressed using the abbreviation “ka” and “Ma” for thousands and millions of years before present, respectively (e.g., 2.4 ka BP). Dates less than 1,000 years should be written in full (e.g., 900 years BP).

Uncalibrated (“raw”) radiocarbon ages should follow the format:  <14C year> ± <range> BP. Authors should provide the laboratory and sample number, if available, as indicated in parentheses in the example below.

The wood charcoal sample was dated to 8490 ±60 BP (UtC-2020).

Calibrated dates must be identified as such and follow the format: cal <date range> <confidence>.

The wood charcoal sample dated to cal B.C.E. 7602–7384 (1σ).

Abbreviations

Units of measurement should be abbreviated in the text (m, cm, ht.). Common abbreviations (fig., pl., e.g., i.e.) should be used in notes and parenthetical references within the text but otherwise written in full:

Horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids (e.g., fig. 15) are common.
or
As can be seen in figure 15, for example, horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids are common.
or
1 See, e.g., fig. 15 for horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids.

Transliteration

In the transliteration of Greek, most Latinate forms of Greek words or proper names that have come into general use are acceptable. Authors are at liberty to use any system of transliteration that is intelligible and reasonably consistent. Authors may follow the system recommended in Archaeological Reports. Systems for the transliteration of other languages are found in Manual of Foreign Languages, 4th ed. (G.F. von Ostermann [New York 1952]).

References to Classical Literature

Latin titles are preferred and should conform to the list of abbreviations given in The Oxford Classical Dictionary, 3rd rev. ed. (S. Hornblower and A. Spawforth, eds. [Oxford 2003]; hereafter OCD3). Any author/work not abbreviated in OCD3 should be spelled in full. Authors’ names and titles should be written in full when appearing in the text and abbreviated when appearing in notes or parenthetical references within the text. Capitalization of works should follow that in OCD3, and book, chapter, paragraph, and/or line numbers should be separated by periods:

As noted by Vitruvius (De arch. 2.3.3)
Vitruvius notes in De architectura (2.3.3)
1 Vitr., De arch. 2.3.3

Inscriptions

Inscriptions should be marked according to the Leiden system, as outlined in The Study of Greek Inscriptions, 2nd ed. (A.G. Woodhead [Cambridge 1981] 6–11) and Conventions in Editing: A Suggested Reformulation of the Leiden System (S. Dow [Durham 1969]). Inscriptions quoted within the text should be written with a division of lines corresponding to those on the stone, with every fifth line numbered:

Inscriptions of 50 words or fewer, and inscriptions appearing in notes, may be written continuously, with a single upright line (|) used to mark the beginning of each line and a double upright line (‖) used to indicate the beginning of every fifth line. If a line break occurs within a word, there should be no space before or after the vertical line:

Inscriptions in corpora should be cited using Arabic numbers and should not include page references (see Bibliographical References and Notes).

Bibliographical References and Notes

Manuscripts end with a list of all works cited, in alphabetical order by last name of first author. The exceptions are Standard Reference Works. Sample citations are provided below. See also Chicago Manual of Style (16th ed.) 15.5–19.

Notes may consist of discussion only, discussion and bibliographical citation, or bibliographical citation only. Bibliographical citations in notes should appear in chronological order and be drawn from the list of works cited. These citations should consist of the author’s last name, the year of publication, and relevant inclusive pages, sections, figures, plates, etc. Each note should not exceed 200 words. No in-text citations should be used, except for references to primary ancient sources.

Bibliographic references to electronic sources should follow the format for printed sources as closely as possible, with sufficient information provided to allow readers to locate original documents or sources of information. If printed versions of electronic sources exist, references should be made to the most recent and complete version.

Notes with Bibliographical Citations Only

Notes containing no supplementary information should be formatted as follows:

Single-Volume Works Cited

1 Thomas 2005, 536–37.
2 Quatember 2011, pl. 112.
3 Corbier 2006, 29 n. 53.

Multiple-Volume Works Cited

1 Maran 1998, 1:8–9.

Multiple Works Cited

1 Carlisle 1998, 265–87; see also Margreth 1993; Balzer 1996, 164–82.
2 Margreth 1993; Balzar 1996, 164–82; Leigh 1998, 2001.

Multiple References to the Same Work or Author

1 Lancaster 1998, 1999.
2 Davis 2001, 47–106; 2006, 306.
3 Hamilton 2007a, 2007b.
4 Geagan 1995a, 16–20, 42.

Notes with Discussion and Bibliographical Citations

Notes containing secondary discussion in addition to source documentation should be formatted in the author-date style as follows:

1 Hallager (1996, 235) notes that the four “classic” nodule types had not yet appeared in MM II–III.
2 The inscription has been dated by Robert (1966, 108–18; cf. Roueché 1993, 163) to the first century C.E. on the basis of the script.
3 Smith (2006, 25) follows the same line of reasoning as Hall 2001, 56.

Supra and Infra References

When it is necessary to have cross-referenced notes, use “supra” and “infra” (without italics) instead of “above” and “below”:

31 Although no paintings have been reported in Room X (supra n. 22), remains of wall paintings were found on the floor of neighboring Room S (Miller 1996, 54).

The following should not be used: ad loc., ibid, idem, inter alia, loc. cit., op. cit., passim.

AJA Abbreviations

See the list of AJA abbreviations of titles of standard reference works, journals, and book series. Abbreviations of ancient authors and works should follow those listed in OCD3 xxix–liv.

Standard Reference Works

An abbreviated format is used to cite selected standard reference works. These works should be referenced in the notes following the formatting examples below and may be omitted from the list of works cited:

ABV, 255, no. 4 (for J.D. Beazley, Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters [Oxford 1956], p. 255, item 4)
CIL 1(2) 327  (for Corpus inscriptionum latinarum, vol. 1, pt. 2, inscription no. 327)
IG 22 65, line 23 (for Inscriptiones graecae, vol. 2, second edition, inscription no. 65, line 23)
RE 11:1229, s.v. “Timandra 1” (for A. Pauly and G. Wissowa, Real-Encyclopädie der klassischen Altertumswissenschaft [1893–1978], vol. 11, p. 1229, under the word “Timandra 1”)

Journal and Series Titles

Journal or series titles that appear in the AJA Abbreviations should be written in abbreviated form in the list of works cited:

Piérart, M. 2006. “Travaux de l’École française d’Athénes en 2005: Argos. L’agora.” BCH 130:708–13. (BCH = Bulletin de correspondance hellénique)
Buitron-Oliver, D. 1996. The Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates at Kourion: Excavations in the Archaic Precinct. SIMA 109. Jonsered: Paul Åströms Förlag. (SIMA = Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology)

The corresponding bibliographic citation(s) in the notes should follow the AJA’s standard format. 

Page Numbers

Do not use abbreviations such as f. or ff. for “following page(s)”; inclusive page references, separated by an en-dash, must be cited thus:

  7–14 100–4 523–29
  46–8 112–14 1004–7
  89–112 201–16 1396–430

 

Inclusive Roman numerals should be given in full:

xxii–xxxviii                    cvi–cix

Sample References to Books

The works cited list entry is given first, followed by the note entry:

One Author

Dyson, S.L. 1985. The Creation of the Roman Frontier. Princeton: Princeton University Press.
1 Dyson 1985, 86.

Two or More Authors

Akkermans, P.M.M.G., and G. Schwartz. 2007. The Archaeology of Syria: From Complex Hunter-Gatherers to Early Urban Societies. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1 Akkermans and Schwartz 2007, 255.

Hunter, J., C. Roberts, and A. Martin. 1997. Studies in Crime: An Introduction to Forensic Archaeology. New York: Routledge.
1 Hunter et al. 1997, 46–51.

Editor or Translator as Author

Picón, C.A., ed. 2007. Art of the Classical World in the Metropolitan Museum of Art: Greece, Cyprus, Etruria, Rome. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1 Picón 2007, 409–10.

McIntosh, R.J., J.A. Tainter, and S.K. McIntosh, eds. 2000. The Way the Wind Blows: Climate, History, and Human Action. New York: Columbia University Press.
1 McIntosh et al. 2000.

Sommerstein, A.H., ed. and trans. 1982. Clouds. Comedies of Aristophanes 3. Chicago: Bolchazy-Carducci.
1 Sommerstein 1982, 162 n. 52.

Editor or Translator with Author

Kaltsas, N. 2002. Sculpture in the National Archaeological Museum, Athens. Translated by D. Hardy. Los Angeles: The J. Paul Getty Museum.
1 Kaltsas 2002, cat. no. 48.

Droysen, J.G. 1996. Ιστορία του Μεγάλου Αλεξάνδρου. 3rd ed. 2 vols. Translated by R. Apostolides. Athens: Trapeza Pisteos.
1 Droysen 1996, table 5.

Organization or Association as Author

École Française de Rome. 1995. Les Grecs et lOccident: Actes du colloque de la villa Kérylos (24–25 octobre 1991). CÉFR 208. Rome: École Française de Rome.
1 École Française de Rome 1995, 142–51.

Book in a Series (with series in AJA Abbreviations)

Buitron-Oliver, D. 1996. The Sanctuary of Apollo Hylates at Kourion: Excavations in the Archaic Precinct. SIMA 109. Jonsered: Paul Åströms Förlag.
1 Buitron-Oliver 1996, 55–7.

Book in a series (with series not in AJA Abbreviations)

Bonghi Jovino, M., ed. 2001. Tarquinia: Testimonianze archeologiche e ricostruzione storica. Scavi sistemativi nellabitato. Campagne 1982–1988. Tarchna 1. Rome: L’Erma di Bretschneider.
1 Bonghi Jovino 2001, 55–98.

Book in more than one edition

Reitz, E.J., and E.S. Wing. 2008. Zooarchaeology. 2nd ed. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
1 Reitz and Wing 2008.

Gros, P., and M. Torelli. 2007. Storia dellurbanistica: Il mondo romano. Rev. ed. Rome and Bari: Laterza.
1 Gros and Torelli 2007, 25.

Book in more than one volume (citing the work as a whole)

Kiderlen, M. 1995. Megale Oikia: Untersuchungen zur Entwicklung aufwendiger griechischer Stadthausarchitektur. Von der Früharchaik bis ins 3. Jhr. v. Chr. 2 vols. Hürth: Martin Lange.
1 Kiderlen 1995, 1:247.

Book in more than one volume (citing a particular volume)

Caminos, R.A. 1998. Semna-Kumma. Vol. 2, The Temple of Kumma. London: Egypt Exploration Society.
1 Caminos 1998, 100–17.

One volume in two or more books

Evans, A.J. 1928. The Palace of Minos at Knossos. Vol. 2, pt. 2. London: Macmillan.
1 Evans 1928, 131–35.

Book in preparation for publication or in press

Shaw, J.W. Forthcoming. The Palatial Style in Minoan Architecture. Philadelphia: INSTAP Academic Press.
1 Shaw (forthcoming, 148).

Reprint edition

Sontag, S. 2002. Reprint. On Photography. London: Penguin. Original edition, New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, 1977.
1 Sontag 2002, 15.

Sample References to Parts of Books

Chapters or other titled parts of a book

Snodgrass, A. 1990. “Survey Archaeology and the Rural Landscape of the Greek City.” In The Greek City from Homer to Alexander, edited by O. Murray and S. Price, 113–36. Oxford: Oxford University Press and Clarendon Press.
1 Snodgrass 1990, 113–19.

Hägg, R. 1998. “Osteology and Greek Sacrificial Practice.” In Ancient Greek Cult Practice from the Archaeological Evidence, edited by R. Hägg, 49–56. ActaAth 8º, 15. Stockholm: Paul Åströms Förlag.
1 Hägg 1998, fig. 1.

Chapter originally published elsewhere

Markle, M.M. 1999. “La sarisse macédonienne, la lance et l’équipement connexe.” In La guerre en Grèce à lépoque classique, edited by P. Brulé and J. Oulhen, 149–72. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes. Originally published in AJA 81 (1977) 323–39.
1 Markle 1999, 162–65.

Mendels, D. 1998. “The Polemical Character of Manetho’s Aegyptiaca.” In Identity, Religion, and Historiography: Studies in Hellenistic History, 139–57. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Suppl. 24. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic. Originally published in H. Verdin, G. Schepens, and E. De Keyser, eds., Purposes of History: Studies in Greek Historiography from the 4th to the 2nd Centuries B.C. (Leuven: Leuven University Press, 1990).
1 Mendels 1998, 144–50.

Preface, foreword, introduction, and similar parts of a book

de Montebello, P. 1988. Foreword to Bronze and Iron: Ancient Near Eastern Artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art, by O.W. Muscarella, 7. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.
1 de Montebello 1988.

Alcock, S.E., and J.F. Cherry. 2004. Introduction to Side-by-Side Survey: Comparative Regional Studies in the Mediterranean World, edited by S.E. Alcock and J.F. Cherry, 1–9. Oxford: Oxbow.
1 Alcock and Cherry 2004.

Sample References to Journal Articles

Journal Article (with journal in the AJA Abbreviations)

Piérart, M. 2006. “Travaux de l’École française d’Athénes en 2005: Argos. L’agora.” BCH 130:708–13.
1 Piérart 2006, 710–11.

Journal Article (with journal not in the AJA Abbreviations)

Goren, Y., and I. Segal. 1995. “On Early Myths and Formative Technologies: A Study of Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Sculptures and Modeled Skulls from Jericho.” Israel Journal of Chemistry 35:155–65.
1 Goren and Segal 1995, 161.

Journal with no volume number

Pichard, M.P. 1992. “La composition architecture des temples de Pagan.” CRAI:357–74.
1 Pichard 1992, 372–73.

Book Reviews

Papantoniou, G. 2011. Review of La Coroplastie chypriote archaïque: Identités culturelles et politiques à lépoque des royaumes, by S. Fourrier. BABesch 86:226–28.
1 Papantoniou 2011.

Haselberger, L. 2008. “Rediscovering the Architecture of Alexandria.” Review of The Architecture of Alexandria and Egypt, c. 300 B.C. to A.D. 700, by J. McKenzie. JRA 21:703–12.
1 Haselberger 2008, 710–11.

Sample References to Unpublished Materials

Theses and Dissertations

Palinkas, J. 2008. “Eleusinian Gateways: Entrances to the Sanctuary of Demeter and Kore at Eleusis and the City Eleusinion in Athens.” Ph.D. diss., Emory University.
1 Palinkas 2008, 109–11.

Papers Read at Meetings

Muhly, J.D. 2013. “Eastern Mediterranean Metallurgy in the Final Neolithic/Late Chalcolithic: Crete Enters the International World.” Paper read at the 114th Annual Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, 3–6 January, Seattle.
1 Muhly 2013.

Field Notebooks

Lloyd, S. 1933–1934. “The Abu Temple Excavations.” Unpublished field notebook. Chicago: The Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago.
1 Lloyd 1933–1934.

Sample Reference to Privately Printed Materials

Mommsen, T. 1883. Res gestae divi Augusti ex monumentis Ancyrano et Apolloniensi. Berlin: Privately printed.
1 Mommsen 1883, 25.

Sample References to Auction Catalogues

Christie’s. 2007. Antiquities. Auction catalogue 1846. 8 June 2007, New York.
1 Christie’s 2007, cat. no. 25.

Hôtel Drouot. 1921. Collection Hirsch (première vente): Orfèvrerie, bronzes, pierres, marbres, céramique et verrerie; trouvaille de Sala Consilina; ivories, enluminures, terres cuites. Auction catalogue. 30 June–2 July 1921, Paris.
1 Hôtel Drouot 1921.

Werke ägyptischer Kunst von der Frühzeit bis zur Spätantike. 1974. Auction catalogue 49. Basel: Münzen und Medaillen A.G.
1 Werke ägyptischer Kunst 1974.

Sample References to Maps

Single-Sheet Map

National Geographic Society. 1997. South Asia, with Afghanistan and Myanmar. Map. Scale 1:7,345,000, 1"=116 miles. Washington, D.C.: National Geographic Society.
1 National Geographic Society 1997.

Map in a Series

United States Geological Survey. 1999. Southwest Maine. Map. Version 4. Scale 1:40,000. Northeastern Topographic Series V-1. Reston, Va.: U.S. Department of the Interior.
1 United States Geological Survey 1999.

Sample References to Electronic Media

The works cited list entry is given first, followed by the note entry:

Home Page of a Website

Lavan, L., and A. Gering. 2009. Kent-Berlin Ostia Excavations. http://lateantiqueostia.wordpress.com.
1 Lavan and Gering (2009) have recently designed a project to explore this topic.

Secondary Page of a Website

Lavan, L., and A. Gering. 2010, 26 November. “Bones Bring a New Story.” Kent-Berlin Ostia Excavations. http://lateantiqueostia.wordpress.com/2010/11/26/bones-bring-a-new-story.
1 Lavan and Gering 2010, 26 November.

Article in an Online Journal

Iverson, P. 2008, 3 September. “Virtual Seminar on Some Unpublished Inscriptions from Corinth IX.” Current Epigraphy. www.currentepigraphy.org/2008/09/03/virtual-seminar-on-some-unpublished-inscriptions-from-corinth-ix.
1 They still remain unpublished, although Iverson (2008, 3 September) offered a virtual seminar on the inscriptions.

Online Article PDF

Morony, M. 2008. “Should Sasanian Iran Be Included in Late Antiquity?” Sasanika. www.sasanika.org/wp-content/uploads/e-sasanika1-Morony4.pdf.
1 Morony 2008.

Online Graphic

Crane, G. 1990, May. The Perseus Project. www.perseus.tufts.edu/hopper/image?img=Perseus:image:1990.20.0057.
1 The remains of the south wall of the propylon can be seen in Crane (1990, May).

Online Map

United States Geological Survey. 2006. 1 Arc Second scene SRTM_ffB03_p189r032, Filled Finished B. Map. Shuttle Radar Topography Mission. College Park, Md.: Global Land Cover Facility, University of Maryland. http://glcf.umd.edu/data/srtm/.
1 United States Geological Survey 2006.

CD-ROM

Duchêne, H., and S. Girerd. 1998. Delos: A Database of Archaeological Images (U.S. version). Translated by N.K. Rauh, R.F. Townsend, and J.C. Bednar. New York: Educagri Éditions.
1 Duchêne and Girerd (1998, fig. 4278) illustrate a Hellenistic bronze plaque from the Fountain of Minoe depicting Hekate at an altar.

Figure Preparation

Figures published in the AJA must adhere to the formatting guidelines outlined below. Authors should also refer to recent print-published figures for presentation style. The AJA retains the right to resize figures. No more than one figure per three to four pages of MS Word text is recommended for print publication. Color reproduction is at cost to the author (contact aja@aia.bu.edu for more information). 

See also the section on Image Gallery Figures in Supplementary Content.

Figures should be named using author last name and figure number. Any multipanel figures (i.e., figures with parts labeled a, b, c, d, etc.) should, if possible, be submitted as individual files at the preferred size and correct resolution with a supporting low-resolution file showing preferred print layout.

The AJA accepts figures in the following file formats: .tif, .psd, ai., eps. JPG files are not recommended for print-published content. Figures submitted in MS Word, Excel, or PowerPoint will not be accepted.

Figure Size

Refer to the print-published page dimensions below when sizing figures. Crop around the figure element so that unnecessary white space is removed.

  in. cm
1-column width 3 7.6
Page width 6.4 16.3
Page length 6 15.2

Figure Type

Raster Figures

These image file types are resolution dependent and so must meet the minimum resolution requirements and should be submitted as .tif or .psd files.

Monochrome (Line Art): A graph or chart made of solid black and white, with no gray values. Resolution = 1,200 dpi.

Halftone: A color or grayscale photograph with no text or lines. Resolution = 300 dpi.

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Vector Figures

These image file types are typically generated using drawing or illustration programs (e.g., Adobe Illustrator [.ai]). They are resolution independent and so can be sized up or down without quality loss.

Line Art: An example includes a graph or chart created in an illustration program. The figure should be saved as an .eps file with all fonts embedded. If using Illustrator, check the “Embed Fonts” box when saving the file.

Combination Line/Halftone: An example includes a color or grayscale figure containing halftone and line art elements. The halftone elements should be processed in Photoshop and the line elements in Illustrator; the two elements from the two applications should then be combined in Adobe Illustrator and saved as an .eps file with all fonts embedded.

EPS Figures

The AJA also accepts Encapsulated PostScript files (.eps) as an alternative to vector files.

Text and Labels

All text and labels embedded in a figure should be 8–10 point type size in a clear sans serif typeface. On maps, include a north arrow and a scale in km/m, and a key if appropriate; on figures showing artifacts, provide a scale if possible if there is no mention of size in the caption. Graphs must have all axes and lines labeled.

Authors should aim to keep all text and labels (e.g., axis labels, scale text, inset text, etc.) approximately the same size and should avoid boldface font. Text and labels that cross a dark or textured area should be placed on a white background or highlighted using a stroke style. It is helpful if text and labels are placed on open style layers that can be modifed by the AJA.

General titles of figures should appear in the figure caption, not in the figure itself.

Crediting Sources and Securing Permissions

If figures are copied from another publication, ­acknowledgments must be made in the caption. Authors are responsible for obtaining any necessary permissions to ­reproduce copyrighted material (see copyright permissions form template). The following conventional designations should be noted:

“after” = possible redrafting but no change in information
“modified from” = some change
“adapted from” = radical changes
If no change is made to the figure, authors should reference only the source.
If the author holds rights to the figure, no credit is necessary.

Table Preparation

Tables published in the AJA must adhere to the formatting guidelines outlined below. Authors should also refer to recent print-published tables for presentation style. The AJA reserves the right to ask for revisions to tables to accord with these guidelines.

The AJA accepts tables submitted in MS Word only. Tables should provide new information, not duplicate text, and should be cited in numerical order in the text.

Tables are best presented on a maximum of one published page, which equates to 35 one-line rows and approximately five short (15–20 characters) columns in MS Word (fewer rows if there are several table footnotes). Complex tables are best submitted as figures.

Table Format

Tables should be prepared using the MS Word table tool (i.e., rows and columns should not be approximated with tabs and spaces). A roman font should be used; italic and bold should not be used for emphasis. All sections of tables should be double-spaced. Cells should not break across multiple rows or columns (except in the cases of multi-level headings or cut-in heads; see below for details). 

No cells should be left blank; a dash is used to indicate no data or information is available.

Table Titles

Titles should identify the table as briefly as possible. Titles should not contain explanatory material; this should be placed in a “Note” at the bottom of the table.

Column Headings

Headings should be as brief as possible and should include any necessary symbols (%, $, etc.) or measurement abbreviations (m, cm, kg, etc.) that apply to the data in the column below. Any measurement abbreviations should conform to AJA style. Headings may have several levels, with horizontal rules separating the levels (see example A).

Lines

AJA tables use horizontal lines only. All tables should have the following three horizontal lines:

  1. One under the title, above the column headings.
  2. One between the column headings and the body of the table.
  3. One at the bottom of the table.

In addition, tables MAY have the following horizontal lines, as needed:

  1. To separate levels when there is more than one level of column heading.
  2. To separate a column of numbers that is being added from its total (see example B).
  3. To delineate “cut-in” heads in the body of a table (see “cut-in heads” below).

Stub Column

Stub-column (the leftmost column) entries should be as brief as possible and can be layered (see example C). Note the use of indentations to differentiate the various layers. Stub column entries and subentries should be confined to one column. Data in columns to the right of the stub column should be in the same row as the stub column entry. Stub column entries should not run across into the body of the table. If necessary, the entries are broken and runover lines are indented.

Cut-In Heads

Cut-in heads are used when the contents of columns change (i.e., when new labels are needed for the data in the columns). This is the only circumstance in which headings should appear in the body of the table (see example A). 

Rules are used above and below cut-in heads. As with headings at the top of a table, cut-in heads may have more than one level.

Total Rule

A total rule is to be used only when there is a total that is actually the SUM of the numbers in a column. It is not to be used for averages, means, or other numbers that may summarize the data in a column, but that are not totals (see example B).

Table Body

Wherever possible, the body of the table should be free of symbols (%, $, etc.) or measurement abbreviations (m, cm, kg, etc.). Symbols should appear in the column head when they apply to all values in the column, or in the stub column when they apply to all values in the row. Sometimes they can even be placed at the end of the table title, if they apply to all of the data within the table.

Notes

AJA tables may include a general explanatory “Note” containing useful information about the table as a whole. Only one such note should be used; there may be multiple pieces of information in the same note (see example D). 

Notes pertaining to specific parts of the table should be labeled a, b, c, etc., in superscript. The note markers should be ordered in the body of the table from left to right, top to bottom, and the corresponding footnotes should be placed below the general table note.

All notes end with a period, even if they are not complete sentences.

Guidelines for Book Reviewers

The AJA seeks reviews that assess a book’s strengths and weaknesses, as well as locating it within the current field of scholarship. A reviewer’s assessment of the novelty of the author’s argument is often valuable for AJA readers. It is also helpful if reviewers indicate for which audiences and libraries the book seems appropriate. Reviews should not contain a list of contents or summarize a book, though overall organization and emphasis should be considered. Please avoid lists of minor imperfections (e.g., misplaced commas), but do not hesitate to draw attention to serious editorial problems and errors of fact or interpretation. A Book Review Editorial was published in AJA 121.1 (2017).

In January 2010, the AJA began publishing all book reviews and some review articles exclusively on AJA Open Access. Each review is tied to a specific issue of the print-published journal and is included in the table of contents of that issue. Select review articles continue to be published in the printed journal.

Those who wish to become reviewers should contact the Book Review Editor and provide a CV.

Book Review Submission

A book review or review article should be submitted to the Book Review Editor at bookreviews@aia.bu.edu. A review should be submitted as an MS Word file, should be typed double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins on all sides, and should conform as much as possible to AJA review format and style.

A maximum of two figures may be submitted with a book review or an online-only review article. (The AJA does not accept figures for print-published review articles.) Figures should be sized between 500 x 500 pixels and 1000 x 1000 pixels x 72 dpi; acceptable file types include .tif, .jpg, .eps, .bmp, and .ai.  Figures will be embedded within the published review and so will be available for public download.  

A book review or review article will not be accepted and scheduled for publication until a signed author warranty and written permission to reproduce any copyrighted figures have been received.

Once a book review or review article has been accepted for publication, it will be copyedited, typeset, and proofread. The AJA will communicate with the reviewer during the copyediting stage; page proofs will then be emailed to the reviewer with instructions for making any final corrections. While the reviewer may clarify or modify page proofs in minor ways, no major revisions are permitted. Corrected proofs should be returned within one week of receipt.

One complimentary PDF reprint of a review article that appears in the print-published journal is given to the reviewer, who can also purchase hard copy reprints. Authors of online reviews can print copies of their review directly from AJA Open Access.

Book Review Format and Style

Each review should be preceded by a heading listing the book to be reviewed, number of pages and figures, publisher, year of publication, price (if available), and ISBN:

The Mediterranean from 50,000 to 25,000 BP: Turning Points and New Directions
Edited by Marta Camps and Carolyn Szmidt. Pp. xxii + 354, figs. 135, tables 34, maps 15. Oxbow, Oxford 2009. $160. ISBN 978-1-842170314-5 (cloth).

The 2003 Excavations at Tol-e Baši, Iran: Social Life in a Neolithic Village
By Susan Pollock, Reinhard Bernbeck, and Kamyar Abdi (Archäologie in Iran und Turan 10). Pp. ix + 324, figs. 223, tables 134. Philipp von Zabern, Mainz 2010. €49.90. ISBN 978-3-8053-4261-2 (cloth).

Excavations by K.M. Kenyon in Jerusalem 1961–1967. Vol. 5, Discoveries in Hellenistic to Ottoman Jerusalem: Centenary Volume. Kathleen M. Kenyon 1906–1978
By Kay Prag (Levant Suppl. 7). Pp. xviii + 518, figs. 253, pls. 32, tables 20, plans 22, map 1. Oxbow, Oxford 2008. $150. ISBN 978-1-84217-304-6 (cloth).

The Archaeology of Tomb A1K1 of Orthi Petra in Eleutherna: The Early Iron Age Pottery
By Antonis Kotsonas. Pp. 397, figs. 74, color pls. 6, tables 3, graphs 17. University of Crete, Athens 2008. Price not available. ISBN 978-960-88394-6-5 (paper).

Reviewer Information

At the end of each review, reviewers are required to supply their name and requested to provide an institutional affiliation, full mailing address, and email address. 

References

Notes and lists of works cited may be used only in review articles. References in single book reviews should be kept to a minimum and incorporated into the text itself, as follows:

The numerous compartment seals suggest that they were in use locally and not just as imports (660).

In his discussion of Julius Caesar (ch. 4), Arafat suggests that Pausanias viewed Caesar’s refoundation of Corinth as the introduction to Greece of a large-scale and permanent Roman presence.

The equivocal nature of the archaeological remains cries for a more theoretically grounded approach, perhaps through ethnographic comparanda along the lines of The Archaeology of Rank (P.K. Wason [Cambridge 1994]).

For the earlier period he points in particular to the apsidal houses and the incised pottery at the Altis site at Olympia, which Rutter (“A Group of Distinctive Pattern-Decorated Early Helladic III Pottery from Lerna and Its Implications,” Hesperia 51 [1982] 459–88) has identified as belonging to the early EH III.

Ryholt (The Political Situation in Egypt During the Second Intermediate Period, c. 1800–1550 B.C. [Copenhagen 1997] 104–5) has offered a different perspective on the palace.

Smith (“My Opinion,” in F. Thomas, ed., A Series of Arguments [New York 1999]) offers a different perspective.

Guidelines for Museum Reviewers

In January 2005, the AJA launched Museum Reviews in the belief that temporary museum exhibitions may make important contributions to archaeological scholarship and so deserve critical examination by specialists in the journal. Reviews of relevant exhibitions both in the United States and abroad, as well as new gallery installations, are considered. Museum reviews are either published in the printed journal or on AJA Open Access. Each online review is tied to a specific issue of the print-published journal and is included in the table of contents of that issue.

An AJA museum review should not simply be a listing of the contents of an exhibition or new gallery installation but should instead assess its strengths and weaknesses and locate it within the current field of scholarship. Reviewers should be willing to draw attention to serious problems of selection and interpretation and errors of fact. It is also helpful if reviewers indicate for which audiences the exhibition seems appropriate.

Reviewers are invited by the Museum Review Editor or the Editor-in-Chief, but suggestions of appropriate exhibitions for review are welcome. The AJA reserves the right to edit reviews for content and length. Examples of reviews in past issues of the AJA may serve as models (e.g., N. Papalexandrou, “Beyond the Acropolis: New Installations of Greek Antiquities in Athenian Museums,” AJA 114 [2010] 549–56; see also open access museum reviews).

Museum Review Submission

A museum review should be submitted as an MS Word file, should be typed double-spaced in 12-point Times New Roman font with 1-inch margins on all sides, and should conform as much as possible to AJA review format and style.

A museum review will not be accepted and scheduled for publication until a signed author warranty has been received.

Once a museum review has been accepted for publication, it will be copyedited, typeset, and proofread. The AJA will communicate with the reviewer during the copyediting stage; page proofs will then be emailed to the reviewer with instructions for making any final corrections. While the reviewer may clarify or modify page proofs in minor ways, no major revisions are permitted. Corrected proofs should be returned within one week of receipt.

One complimentary PDF reprint of a print-published (non open access) museum review is given to the reviewer, who can also purchase hard copy reprints. Authors of print-published open access reviews or online-only reviews can print copies of their review directly from AJA Open Access.

Museum Review Format and Style

Heading

Each review should be preceded by a heading in AJA style listing the exhibition or gallery installation to be reviewed. If the exhibition is accompanied by a catalogue, the bibliographic information should be included:

Unearthing the Truth: Egypt’s Pagan and Coptic Sculpture
Brooklyn Museum, 13 February–10 May 2009, curated by Edna R. Russmann.

Unearthing the Truth: Egypt’s Pagan and Coptic Sculpture
By Edna R. Russmann. Pp. 91, color figs. 44. Brooklyn Museum, New York 2009. $19.95. ISBN 978-0-87273-162-2 (cloth).

Although a museum review cannot include a full critique of the catalogue, some comments about its relation to the exhibition and lasting scholarly value are appropriate.

Reviewer Information

Reviewers should supply their name and mailing and email addresses at the end of the review. The Museum Review Editor should be informed if page proofs should be sent to another email address.

Text and References

A review should run approximately 2,000 to 5,000 words. Notes and accompanying bibliography are permitted. See also the list of AJA abbreviations of titles of periodicals and standard reference works. Works not listed should be written in full.

Figures

A museum review may be accompanied by three to five figures. No figures will be published without written permission from the copyright holder. See Figure Preparation for more information.

AJA Abbreviations

The AJA uses an abbreviated format for some standard references works and journals and book series titles. 

The abbreviations found in the list of Standard Reference Works should be used in notes, and the titles should not appear in the list of works cited.

The abbreviations found in the list of Journals and Book Series should be used instead of the full title in the list of works cited.

Standard Reference Works

Journals and Book Series

 

Standard Reference Works

An abbreviated format is used to cite the following standard reference works. These titles should not be included in the list of works cited but should be referenced in the notes following the formatting examples in the AJA Abbreviations section in Bibliographic References and Notes.

ABL C.H.E. Haspels, Attic Black-Figured Lekythoi (Paris 1936)
ABV J.D. Beazley, Attic Black-Figure Vase-Painters (Oxford 1956)
AÉpigr L’Année épigraphique: Revue des publications épigraphiques relatives a l’antiquité romaine (Paris 1888– )
AntCr D. Levi and G. Rizza, Antichità cretesi: Studi in onore di Doro Levi. 2 vols. (Catania 1973–1974)
ANRW H. Temporini, ed., Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin 1972– )
ArchHom F. Matz and H.G. Buchholz, eds., Archaeologia Homerica (Göttingen 1967– )
ARV² J.D. Beazley, Attic Red-Figure Vase-Painters. 2nd ed. (Oxford 1963)
ASR C. Robert et al., Die antiken Sarkophagreliefs (Berlin 1890– )
   
BAPD Beazley Archive Pottery Database (www.beazley.ox.ac.uk)
Beazley Addenda² T.H. Carpenter et al., Beazley Addenda: Additional References to ABV, ARV² and Paralipomena. 2nd ed. (Oxford 1989)
Benndorf-Schöne O. Benndorf and O. Schöne, Die antiken Bildwerke des Lateranensischen Museums (Leipzig 1867)
BMC R.S. Poole, Catalogue of the Greek Coins in the British Museum (London 1873– )
BMCRE H. Mattingly, Coins of the Roman Empire in the British Museum (London 1923– )
BMCRR H.A. Grueber, Coins of the Roman Republic in the British Museum (London 1910)
BrBr H. Brunn, Denkmäler griechischer und römischer Sculptur in historischer Anordnung (Munich 1888–1911)
   
CAT C.W. Clairmont, Classical Attic Tombstones (Kilchberg 1993)
CB L.D. Caskey and J.D. Beazley, Attic Vase Paintings in the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston (Oxford 1931–1963)
CoMIK J. Chadwick et al., Corpus of Mycenaean Inscriptions from Knossos (Cambridge 1986–1998)
CIA Königlich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Corpus inscriptionum atticarum (Berlin 1873–1897)
CIE C. Pauli et al., Corpus inscriptionum etruscarum (Rome 1964– [repr. of Leipzig 1893–1936])
CIG A. Boeckh et al., Corpus inscriptionum graecarum (Berlin 1828–1877)
CII J.B. Frey, Corpus inscriptionum iudicarum (New York 1975)
CIL Königlich Preussische Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Corpus inscriptionum latinarum (Berlin 1893–)
CIS Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres, Corpus inscriptionum semiticarum (Paris 181–1962)
CMS F. Matz, Corpus der minoischen und mykenischen Siegel (Berlin 1964– )
CVA Corpus vasorum antiquorum (Paris 1923– )
   
DACL F. Cabrol and E. Leclercq, Dictionnaire darchéologie chrétienne et de liturgie (Paris 1907–1953)
DarSag C. Daremberg and E. Saglio, Dictionnaire des antiquités grecques et romaines (Paris 1875)
Docs¹ M. Ventris and J. Chadwick, Documents in Mycenaean Greek (Cambridge 1956)
Docs² M. Ventris and J. Chadwick, Documents in Mycenaean Greek. 2nd ed. (Cambridge 1973)
   
EA P. Arndt and W. Amelung, Photographische Einzelaufnahmen antiker Skulpturen (Munich 1893–1940)
EAA Enciclopedia dellarte antica, classica e orientale (Rome 1958–1984)
ES E. Gerhard et al., Etruskische Spiegel (Berlin 1843–1897)
Espérandieu E. Espérandieu, Recueil général des bas-reliefs, statues, et bustes de la Gaule romaine (Paris 1907– )
ET H. Rix, Etruskische Texte: Editio minor (Tübingen 1991)
EVP J.D. Beazley, Etruscan Vase Painting (Oxford 1947)
   
FGrHist F. Jacoby, Fragmente der griechischen Historiker (Berlin 1923– )
FHG K. Müller, Fragmenta historicorum graecorum (Frankfurt 1975 [repr. of 1841–1938 ed.])
FR A. Furtwängler and K. Reichhold, Griechische Vasenmalerei (Munich 1900–1925)
FRHist T.J. Cornell, ed., The Fragments of the Roman Historians. 3 vols. (Oxford 2013)
   
GCH C. Kraay et al., An Inventory of Greek Coin Hoards (New York 1973)
Gercke-Norden A. Gercke and E. Norden, Einleitung in die Altertumswissenschaft (Leipzig 1910–1912)
GGR³ M.P. Nilsson, Geschichte der griechischen Religion. 3rd ed. (Munich 1967)
GORILA L. Godart and J.-P. Olivier, Recueil des inscriptions en Linéaire A (Paris 1976– )
GrCirclB G.E. Mylonas, Grave Circle B of Mycenae (Lund 1964)
   
HdA Handbuch der Archäologie (Berlin 1931– )
Helbig⁴ W. Helbig, Führer durch die öffentlichen Sammlungen klassischer Altertümer in Rom. 4th ed. (Tübingen 1963–1972)
Heldensage³ F. Brommer, Vasenlisten zur griechischen Heldensage. 3rd ed. (Marburg 1973)
   
ICr M. Guarducci and F. Halbherr, Inscriptiones creticae (Rome 1935–1950)
ID F. Dürrbach et al., Inscriptions de Délos (Paris 1926– )
IG M. Fraenkel, Inscriptiones graecae (Berlin 1895– )
IGLSyr L. Jalabert and R. Mouterde, Inscriptions grecques et latines de la Syrie (Paris 1929–[1986])
IGRR R. Cagnat, Inscriptiones graecae ad res romanas pertinentes (Chicago 1975)
II A. Ferrua and A. Garzetti, Inscriptiones Italiae (Rome 1948–1986)
ILLRP H. Degrassi, Inscriptiones latinae liberae rei publicae (Rome 1957– )
ILS H. Dessau, ed., Inscriptiones latinae selectae (Berlin 1892–1916)
IsMEO Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente
IvE H. Wankel et al., Die Inschriften von Ephesos (Bonn 1979–1984)
   
Karo G. Karo, Die Schachtgräber von Mykenai (Munich 1930–1933)
KBo Keilschrifttexte aus Boghazköi (Leipzig and Berlin 1916– )
KUB Keilschrifturkunden aus Boghazköi (Berlin 1922– )
KirchPA J.E. Kirchner, Prosopographia attica (Chicago 1981 [repr. of 1901–1903 ed.])
KlPauly K. Ziegler et al., eds., Der kleine Pauly: Lexicon der Antike (Munich 1964–1975)
   
LGPN Lexicon of Greek Personal Names (Oxford 1987– )
LIMC J. Boardman, Lexicon iconographicum mythologiae classicae (Zurich 1981–2009)
LIMC Online LIMCicon Database (www.limc-france.fr)
LSJ⁹ H.G. Liddell et al., Greek-English Lexicon. 9th ed. (Oxford 1940)
LSJ Online The Online Liddell-Scott-Jones Greek-English Lexicon (www.tlg.uci.edu/lsj)
LTUR E.M. Steinby, ed., Lexicon topographicum urbis romae (Rome 1993)
LTURS A. La Regina, ed., Lexicon topographicum urbis Romae: Suburbium (Rome 2001–2008)
   
Matz-Duhn F. Matz and F. von Duhn, Antike Bildwerke in Rom (Leipzig 1881–1882)
Migne, PG J.P. Migne, Patrologia graeca (Paris 1928–1936)
Migne, PL J.P. Migne, Patrologia latina (Paris 1879)
MMR² M.P. Nilsson, The Minoan-Mycenaean Religion. 2nd ed. (Lund 1950)
   
Nash² E. Nash, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Rome. 2nd ed. (New York 1968)
NTDAR L. Richardson, A New Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (Baltimore 1992)
Neue Pauly H. Cancik and H. Schneider, eds., Der neue Pauly: Enzyklopädie der Antike (Stuttgart 1996–2003)
New Pauly, Antiquity H. Cancik and H. Schneider, eds., Brills New Pauly: Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World. Antiquity (Boston 2002–2010)
New Pauly, Classical M. Landfester et al., eds., Brills New Pauly: Encyclopaedia of the Ancient World. Classical Tradition (Boston 2006–2011)
New Pauly Online  Brill Online Reference Works (http://referenceworks.brillonline.com/browse/brill-s-new-pauly)
   
OCD The Oxford Classical Dictionary
OLD Oxford Latin Dictionary
   
Paralipomena J.D. Beazley, Paralipomena (Oxford 1971)
PECS R. Stillwell et al., eds., Princeton Encyclopedia of Classical Sites (Princeton 1976)
PGC H.G. Buchholz and V. Karageorghis, Prehistoric Greece and Cyprus (London 1973)
PIR² Prosopographia Imperii Romani. 2nd ed. (Berlin and Leipzig 1933–2015)
Platner-Ashby S.B. Platner and T. Ashby, A Topographical Dictionary of Ancient Rome (London 1929)
   
RE A. Pauly and G. Wissowa, Real-Encyclopädie der Classischen Altertumswissenschaft (1893–1978)
RIC H. Mattingly et al., The Roman Imperial Coinage (London 1923– )
RIC² H. Mattingly et al., The Roman Imperial Coinage. 2nd rev. ed. (London 2007– )
Roscher W.H. Roscher, Ausführliches Lexikon der griechischen und römischen Mythologie (Leipzig 1884–1937)
RSGR S. Reinach, Répertoire de la statuaire grecque et romaine (Paris 1897–1924)
RVAp A.D. Trendall and A. Cambitoglou, The Red-Figured Vases of Apulia (Oxford 1978– )
   
SEG Supplementum epigraphicum graecum (Leiden 1923–)
SIG W. Dittenberger, Sylloge inscriptionum graecarum (Leipzig 1883– )
SNG British Academy, Sylloge nummorum graecorum (London 1931– )
Stuart Jones, Cap. H. Stuart Jones, A Catalogue of the Ancient Sculptures Preserved in the Municipal Collections of Rome: The Sculptures of the Museo Capitolino (Oxford 1926)
Stuart Jones, Cons. H. Stuart Jones, A Catalogue of the Ancient Sculptures Preserved in the Municipal Collections of Rome: The Sculptures of the Palazzo dei Conservatori (Oxford 1912)
   
ThLE M. Pallottino and M.P. Angeletti, Thesaurus linguae etruscae (Rome 1978– )
TKB G. Mylonas, O taphikos kyklos B ton Mykenon (Athens 1972–1973)
TLE² M. Pallottino, Testimonia linguae etruscae. 2nd ed. (Florence 1968)
TLG³ L. Berkowitz et al., Thesaurus Linguae Graecae Canon of Greek Authors and Works. 3rd ed. (Oxford 1990) 
TLG Online Thesaurus Linguae Graecae: A Digital Library of Greek Literature (www.tlg.uci.edu)
TLL R. Estienne and J. Hollins, Thesaurus linguae latinae (London 1734–1735)
Travlos, Athens I. Travlos, Pictorial Dictionary of Ancient Athens (London 1971)
Travlos, Attika I. Travlos, Bildlexikon zur Topographie des antiken Attika (Tübingen 1988)

 

Journals and Book Series

An abbreviated format is used to cite the following journals and series titles. These titles should be written in abbreviated form in the list of works cited following the formatting examples in the AJA Abbreviations section in Bibliographical References and Notes.

A&A Antike und Abendland
AA Archäologischer Anzeiger
AAA Athens Annals of Archaeology
AAES Publications of an American Archaeological Expedition to Syria
AAS Annales archéologiques arabes syriennes
AAs Arts asiatiques (formerly RAA)
AASOR Annual of the American Schools of Oriental Research
AbhBerl Abhandlungen der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin
AbhGött Abhandlungen der Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen
AbhHeid Abhandlungen der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften
AbhKM Abhandlungen für die Kunde des Morgenlandes
AbhLeip Abhandlungen der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig, Philologisch-historische Klasse
AbhMainz Abhandlungen der Geistes- und Sozialwissenschaftlichen Klasse, Akademieder Wissenschaften und der Literatur in Mainz
AbhMünch Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, München, Philosophisch-historische Klasse: Abhandlungen
Acme Acme: Annali della Facoltà di Filosofia e Lettere dell’Università statale di Milano
ACNAC Ancient Coins in North American Collections
ActaAArtHist Acta ad archaeologiam et artium historiam pertinentia
ActaArch Acta archaeologica (Copenhagen)
ActaArchHung Acta archaeologica Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae
ActaArchLov Acta archaeologica Lovanensia
ActaAth Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Athen (Acta Instituti Atheniensis Regni Sueciae) (formerly SkrAth)
ActaInstRomFin Acta Instituti romani Finlandiae
ActaLund Acta Universitatis Lundensis
ActaNum Acta numismatica
ActaOrHung Acta orientalia Academiae scientiarum Hungaricae
ActaRom Skrifter utgivna av Svenska Institutet i Rom (Acta Instituti Romani Regni Sueciae) (formerly SkrRom)
ADAJ Annual of the Department of Antiquities of Jordan
AdI Annali dell’Istituto di corrispondenza archeologica
Aegaeum Aegaeum: Annales d’archéologie égéenne de l’Université de Liège
ÄgForsch Ägyptologische Forschungen
AEM Archäologisch epigraphische Mitteilungen aus Österreich-Ungarn
AeR Atene e Roma
Aevum Aevum: Rassegna di scienze storiche, linguistiche e filologiche
AF Archäologische Forschungen
AfO Archiv für Orientforschung
Africa Africa: Institut national d’Archéologie et d’Art (Tunis)
AfrIt Africa italiana
AfrRom L’Africa romana
Agora Athenian Agora (Princeton 1953– )
AgoraPicBk Excavations of the Athenian Agora: Picture Book (Princeton 1958– )
AHR American Historical Review
AIABull Bulletin of the Archaeological Institute of America
AIANews Newsletter of the Archaeological Institute of America
AIIN Annali dell’Istituto Italiano di Numismatica
AION Annali dell’Istituto universitario orientali di Napoli
AJA American Journal of Archaeology
AJAH American Journal of Ancient History
AJN American Journal of Numismatics
AJP American Journal of Philology
AJSL American Journal of Semitic Languages and Literatures
Akkadica Akkadica: Périodique bimestriel de la Fondation assyriologique Georges Dossin
Altertum Das Altertum
AltO Der alte Orient
AM Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung
AM-BH Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Athenische Abteilung: Beiheft
AmerAnt American Antiquity
AMIran Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran
Ampurias Ampurias: Revista de prehistoria, arqueología y etnología
AmtlBer Amtliche Berichte aus den königlichen Kunstsammlungen
AMUGS Antike Münzen und geschnittene Steine
Anadolu Anadolu: Revue annuelle des études d’archéologie et d’histoire en Turquie
AnalBoll Analecta Bollandiana
AnalFran Analecta Franciscana
AnalOr Analecta Orientalia
AnalRom Analecta Romana Instituti Danici
Anatolia Anatolia: Revue annuelle de l’Institut d’archéologie de l’Université d’Ankara
Anatolica Anatolica: Annuaire international pour les civilisations de l’Asie antérieure
AnatSt Anatolian Studies
AncEg Ancient Egypt
AncW The Ancient World
AnnAcFenn Annales Academiae scientiarum Fennicae
AnnArch Annales archéologiques
AnnArchBrux Annales de la Société royale d’archéologie de Bruxelles
AnnArchStorAnt Annali del Seminario di studi del mondo classico: Sezione di archeologia e storia antica
AnnBari Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di Bari
AnnÉconSocCiv Annales: Économie, sociétés, civilisations
AnnFaina Annali della Fondazione per il Museo “Claudio Faina”
AnnInst Annales Institutorum
AnnLiv Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology (Liverpool)
AnnLux Annales de l’Institut archéologique du Luxembourg (Arlon)
AnnNap Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università di Napoli
AnnParis Annales de l’Université de Paris
AnnPerugia Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia, Università degli studi di Perugia
AnnPhilHist Annuaire, Institut de philologie et d’histoire, Université libre, Bruxelles
AnnPisa Annali della Scuola normale superiore di Pisa
AnnRepCypr Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Antiquities, Republic of Cyprus
AnnTor Annuario della Accademia delle scienze di Torino
ANSMN American Numismatic Society Museum Notes
Antaeus Antaeus: Mitteilungen des Archäologischen Instituts der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften
AntAfr Antiquités africaines
AntCl L’Antiquité classique
AntDenk Antike Denkmäler
AntHung Antiquitas Hungarica
Antiquity Antiquity: A Quarterly Review of Archaeology
AntJ The Antiquaries Journal
AntK Antike Kunst
AntK-BH Antike Kunst: Beiheft
AntP Antike Plastik
AntW Antike Welt: Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte
AnzAW Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft
AnzSchweiz Anzeiger für schweizerische Altertumskunde
AnzWien Anzeiger: Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, Philologisch-historische Klasse
AOAT Alter Orient und Altes Testament
Apulum Apulum: Acta Musei Apulensis
AquilNost Aquileia nostra
AR Archaeological Reports (supplement to JHS)
Archaeology Archaeology Magazine
Archaeometry Archaeometry: Bulletin of the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art, Oxford University
ArchAnthrop Archiv für Anthropologie
ArchAusgr Archäologische Ausgrabungen
ArchAustr Archaeologia austriaca
ArchCl Archeologia classica
ArchDelt Archaiologikon Deltion
ArcheologiaPar Archeologia: Trésors des âges (Paris)
ArcheologiaRom Archeologia: Rivista bimestrale (Rome)
ArcheologiaWar Archeologia: Rocznik Instytutu historii kultury materialnej Polskiej akademii nauk (Warsaw)
ArchEph Archaiologike Ephemeris
ArchErt Archaeologiai ertesítö
ArchEsp Archivo español de arte y arqueología
ArchEspArq Archivo español de arqueología
ArchEspArt Archivo español de arte
ArchGeogr Archaeologia geographica
ArchInf Archäologische Informationen: Mitteilungen zur Ur- und Frühgeschichte
Architectura Architectura: Zeitschrift für Geschichte der Baukunst
ArchIug Archaeologia iugoslavica
ArchJ Archaeological Journal
ArchKF Archiv für Keilschriftforschung
ArchKorrBl Archaeologisches Korrespondenzblatt
ArchMiss Archives des Missions scientifiques et littéraires
ArchNews Archaeological News
ArchOrient Archiv orientální
ArchPer Archaeologia perusina
ArchPF Archiv für Papyrusforschung und verwandte Gebiete
ArchPhilos Archives de philosophie
ArchRW Archiv für Religionswissenschaft
ArchSchw Archäologie der Schweiz: Mitteilungsblatt der Schweizerischen Gesellschaft für Ur- und Frühgeschichte
ArchStor Archivio storico italiano
ArchVen Archeologia veneta
ArhVest Arheoloski vestnik
ArqPort O arqueólogo português
ArtB The Art Bulletin
ArtJ Art Journal
AS Assyriological Studies
ASAE Annales du Service des antiquités de l’Égypte
ASAtene Annuario della Scuola archeologica di Atene e delle Missioni italiane in Oriente
ASE Archaeological Survey of Egypt
Athenaeum Athenaeum: Studi periodici di letteratura e storia dell’antichità, Università di Pavia
Atiqot ’Atiqot: Journal of the Israel Department of Antiquities
AttiBol Atti e memorie: Deputazione di storia patria per le province di Romagna (Bologna)
AttiCAntCl Atti: Centro ricerche e documentazione sull’antichità classica
AttiCSDIR Atti: Centro studi e documentazione sull’Italia romana
AttiCStR Atti del Congresso nazionale di studi romani
AttiFir Atti e memorie dell’Accademia toscana di scienze e lettere “La Colombaria” (Florence)
AttiIstr Atti e memorie della Società istriana di archeologia e storia patria
AttiMGrecia Atti e memorie della Società Magna Grecia
AttiMod Atti e memorie: Deputazione di storia patria per le antiche province modenesi
AttiPal Atti della Accademia di scienze, lettere e arti di Palermo
AttiPontAcc Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia
AttiTaranto Atti del Convegno di studi sulla Magna Grecia, Taranto
AttiTor Atti della Accademia delle scienze di Torino
AttiVen Atti: Istituto veneto di scienze, lettere ed arti
AuChr Antike und Christentum
AUF Archiv für Urkundenforschung
AusgrFu Ausgrabungen und Funde: Nachrichtenblatt für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
AvP Altertümer von Pergamon
AZ Archäologische Zeitung
   
BA Beiträge zur Assyriologie
BAAlg Bulletin d’archéologie algérienne
BABesch Bulletin antieke beschaving: Annual Papers on Classical Archaeology
BAC Bulletin archéologique du Comité des travaux historiques et scientifiques
BACrist Bullettino di archeologia cristiana
BAHBeyrouth Bibliothèque archéologique et historique, Institut français d’archéologie de Beyrouth
BAHIstanbul Bibliothèque archéologique et historique, Institut français d’archéologie de Istanbul
BalkSt Balkan Studies
BaM Baghdader Mitteilungen
BAMaroc Bulletin d’archéologie marocaine
BANarb Bulletin de la Commission archéologique de Narbonne
BAncLit Bulletin d’ancienne littérature et d’archéologie chrétienne
BAntFr Bulletin de la Société nationale des antiquaires de France
BAProv Bulletin archéologique du Provence
BAR British Archaeological Reports
BAR-BS British Archaeological Reports, British Series
BAR-IS British Archaeological Reports, International Series
BASOR Bulletin of the American Schools of Oriental Research
BASP Bulletin of the American Society of Papyrologists
BASPR Bulletin of the American School of Prehistoric Research
BAssBudé Bulletin de l’Association Guillaume Budé
BByzI Bulletin of the Byzantine Institute
BCH Bulletin de correspondance hellénique
BCH Suppl. Bulletin de correspondance hellénique: Supplément
BClevMus The Bulletin of the Cleveland Museum of Art
BCSSA Bollettino del Centro di studi per la storia dell’architettura
BdA Bollettino d’arte
BdI Bullettino dell’Istituto di corrispondenza archeologica
BÉFAR Bibliothèque des Écoles françaises d’Athènes et de Rome
Belleten Belleten: Türk tarih kurumu
BÉO Bulletin d’études orientales (Damascus)
BerlJV Berliner Jahrbuch für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
BerlMus Berliner Museen: Berichte aus den preussischen Kunstsammlungen
BerlNumZ Berliner numismatische Zeitschrift
BerRGK Bericht der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission
Berytus Berytus: Archaeological Studies
BFAM Bulletin of the Fogg Art Museum
BFC Bollettino di filologia classica
BIABulg Izvestija na Arheologiceskija institut: Bulletin de l'Institut archéologique bulgare
BIALond Bulletin of the Institute of Archaeology of the University of London
BibAr Bibliotheca archaeologica (Rome)
BiblArch See NEA
BibM Bibliotheca mesopotamica
BibO Bibliotheca orientalis
BICS Bulletin of the Institute of Classical Studies of the University of London
BIÉ Bulletin de l’Institut d’Égypte
BIES Bulletin of the Israel Exploration Society
BIFAO Bulletin de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale de Caire
BIHBelge Bulletin de l’Institut historique belge de Rome
BIranInst Bulletin of the Iranian Institute
BJb Bonner Jahrbücher des rheinischen Landesmuseums in Bonn und des Vereins von Altertumsfreunden im Rheinlande
BJPES Bulletin of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society
BLund Bulletin de la Société royale de lettres de Lund
BMCR Bryn Mawr Classical Review
BMF Bulletin des Musées de France
BMFA Bulletin of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
BMFEA Bulletin of the Museum of Far Eastern Antiquities
BMMA Bulletin of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York
BMon Bulletin monumental
BMonMusPont Bollettino dei monumenti, musei e gallerie Pontificie
BMOP British Museum Occasional Paper
BMQ British Museum Quarterly
BMusBeyr Bulletin du Musée de Beyrouth
BMusBrux Bulletin des Musées royaux d’art et d’histoire, Bruxelles
BMusHongr Bulletin du Musée hongrois des beaux-arts
BMusImp Bullettino del Museo dell’impero romano
BMusKöln Museen in Köln: Bulletin
BMY The British Museum Yearbook
BNum Bulletin de numismatique
BOffInt Bulletin de l’Office internationale des Instituts d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art
BollMC Bolletino dei Musei comunali di Roma
BOran Bulletin trimestriel des antiquités africaines recueillés par les soins de la Société de géographie et d’archéologie de la Province d’Oran
Boreas Boreas: Münstersche Beiträge zur Archäologie
BPI Bollettino di paleontologia italiana
BPW Berliner philologische Wochenschrift
Britannia Britannia: A Journal of Romano-British and Kindred Studies
BrookMusQ Brooklyn Museum Quarterly
BSA Annual of the British School at Athens
BSAE British School of Archaeology in Egypt, Publications
BSOAS Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies
BSocBulg Bulletin de la Société archéologique bulgare
BSOS Bulletin of the School of Oriental Studies
BSPF Bulletin de la Société préhistorique franĉaise
BSR See PBSR
BSRAA Bulletin de la Société royale d’archéologie d’Alexandrie
BStM Bollettino dell’Associazione internazionale degli studi mediterranei
BullAIEMA Bulletin d’information de l’Association internationale pour l’étude de la mosaïque antique
BullCom Bullettino della Commissione archeologica Comunale di Roma
BullGov Bullettino della Commissione archeologica del Governatorato di Roma
BullRoum Académie roumaine, Bulletin de la section historique
BullZagreb Bulletin international de l’Académie yugoslave (Zagreb)
BurlMag The Burlington Magazine
BWPr Winckelmannsprogramm der archäologischen Gesellschaft zu Berlin
Byzantion Byzantion: Revue internationale des études byzantines
ByzArch Byzantinisches Archiv
ByzZeit Byzantinische Zeitschrift
CAD The Assyrian Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Caesaraugusta Caesaraugusta: Publicaciones del Seminario de arqueología y numismática
CaesMarit The Joint Expedition to Caesarea Maritima, Excavation Reports
CAF Congrès archéologique de France
CAG Carte archéologique de la Gaule
CAH Cambridge Ancient History
CahArch Cahiers archéologiques
CahArchSubaq Cahiers d’archéologie subaquatique
CahArt Cahiers d’art
CahByrsa Cahiers de Byrsa
CahÉtAnc Cahiers des études anciennes
CahHistArch Cahiers d’histoire et d’archéologie
CahNum Cahiers numismatiques
CAJ Cambridge Archaeological Journal
CANE Civilizations of the Ancient Near East
CÉFR Collection de l’École française de Rome
CHD The Hittite Dictionary of the Oriental Institute of the University of Chicago
Chiron Chiron: Mitteilungen der Kommission für alte Geschichte und Epigraphik des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
CHR Catholic Historical Review
ChrÉg Chronique d’Égypte
CJ Classical Journal
ClAnt Classical Antiquity
ClMed Classica et mediaevalia: Revue danoise de philologie et d'histoire
ClRh Clara Rhodos
CMH Cambridge Mediaeval History
CoinH Coin Hoards
CollLatomus Collection Latomus
Corinth Corinth: Results of Excavations Conducted by the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
CP Classical Philology
CPCA University of California Publications in Classical Archaeology
CPCP University of California Publications in Classical Philology
CPJ Corpus papyrorum Judaicarum
CQ Classical Quarterly
CR Classical Review
CRAI Comptes rendus des séances de l’Académie des inscriptions et belles-lettres (Paris)
CretAnt Creta Antica: Rivista internazionale di studi archeologici, storici ed epigrafici
CretChron Kretika chronika: Keimena kai meletai tes kretikes istorias
CronCatania Cronache di archeologia e di storia dell’arte, Università di Catania
CronErcol Cronache ercolanensi
CronPomp Cronache pompeiane
CRPétersb Compte-rendu de la Commission impériale archéologique, St. Pétersbourg
CSCA University of California Studies in Classical Antiquity
CSCO Corpus scriptorum christianorum orientalium
CSE Corpus speculorum etruscorum
CSEL Corpus scriptorum ecclesiasticorum latinorum
CSIR Corpus signorum imperii romani
CUE Corpus delle urne etrusche di eta ellenistics
CurrAnthr Current Anthropology
CVind Commentationes Vindobonenses
CW Classical World
   
Dacia Dacia: Revue d’archéologie et d’histoire ancienne
DAF Documents d’archéologie française
Dédalo Dédalo: Revista de arte e arqueologia
Délos Exploration archéologique de Délos faite par l’École française d’Athènes
DenkschrWien Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Wien, Philosophisch-historische Klasse: Denkschriften
DialArch Dialoghi di archeologia
Dioniso Dioniso: Trimestrale di studi sul teatro antico
DissPan Dissertationes Pannonicae
DissPontAcc Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia: Dissertazioni
DJbN Deutsches Jahrbuch für Numismatik
DLZ Deutsche Literaturzeitung
DM Damaszener Mitteilungen
DOP Dumbarton Oaks Papers
DossPar Histoire et archéologie: Les dossiers (Paris)
   
EchCl Echos du monde classique: Classical Views
EchOr Echos d’Orient
EEF Egypt Exploration Fund
EES Egypt Exploration Society
ÉHPR Études d’histoire et de philosophie religieuses
EHR English Historical Review
EJA European Journal of Archaeology
Eirene Eirene: Studia graeca et latina
Emerita Emerita: Boletín de linguística y filología clásica
EntrHardt Entretiens Hardt
Eos Eos: Commentarii Societatis philologae polonorum
EpetByz Epeteris Etaireias Buzantinon spoudon
EphDac Ephemeris dacoromana
EphEp Ephemeris epigraphica
Ephesos Forschungen in Ephesos veröffentlicht vom Österreichischen Archäologischen Institut in Wien
EpigAnat Epigraphica Anatolica: Zeitschrift für Epigraphik und historische Geographie Anatoliens
Epigraphica Epigraphica: Rivista italiana di epigrafia
EPK Egyetemes philologiai Közlöny
ÉPRO Études préliminaires aux religions orientales dans l'empire romain
EpSt Epigraphische Studien
EranJb Eranos Jahrbuch
Eranos Eranos: Acta philologica suecana
Ergon To Ergon tes Archaiologikes Etaireias
ErIsr Eretz-Israel
ESA Eurasia septentrionalis antiqua
ÉtBalk Études balkaniques
ÉtByz Études byzantines
ÉtCelt Études celtiques
ÉtCl Les études classiques
ÉtCrét Études crétoises
EthnolAnz Ethnologischer Anzeiger
Ethnos Ethnos: Revista do Instituto português de arqueologia, história e etnografia
ÉtPap Études de papyrologie
EtrStud Etruscan Studies: Journal of the Etruscan Foundation
ÉtTrav Études et travaux: Studia i prace. Travaux du Centre d’archéologie méditerranéenne de l’Académie des sciences polonaise
EW East and West
ExcArqEsp Excavaciones arqueológicas en España
Expedition Expedition: Bulletin of the University Museum of the University of Pennsylvania
   
FA Fasti archaeologici
FdD Fouilles de Delphes, École Française d’Athènes
FelRav Felix Ravenna
FIFAO Fouilles de l’Institut français d’archéologie orientale
Figlina Figlina: Documents du Laboratoire de céramologie de Lyon
FolArch Folia archaeologica: Magyar Nemzeti Múzeum Történeti Múzeumänak Évkönyve
FolOr Folia orientalia
Franchthi Excavations at Franchthi Cave, Greece
FuB Forschungen und Berichte: Staatliche Museen zu Berlin
FuF Forschungen und Fortschritte
   
GacNum Gaceta numismática (Barcelona)
Gallia Gallia: Fouilles et monuments archéologiques en France métropolitaine
GalliaPrHist Gallia préhistoire
GaR Greece and Rome
GazArch Gazette archéologique
GBA Gazette des beaux-arts
GCS Griechische christliche Schriftsteller der ersten drei Jahrhunderte
Genava Genava: Bulletin du Musée de Genève
Germania Germania: Anzeiger der Römisch-Germanischen Kommission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
GettyMusJ The J. Paul Getty Museum Journal
GGA Göttingische gelehrte Anzeiger
Glotta Glotta: Zeitschrift für griechische und lateinische Sprache
Gnomon Gnomon: Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft
GöttNachr Nachrichten von der Gesellschaft der Wissenschaften zu Göttingen
GPVJ Gesellschaft pro Vindonissa: Jahresbericht
GrazBeitr Grazer Beiträge
GRBM Greek, Roman and Byzantine Monographs
GRBS Greek, Roman and Byzantine Studies
GRBSA Greek, Roman and Byzantine Scholarly Aids
Gymnasium Gymnasium: Zeitschrift für Kultur der Antike und humanistische Bildung
   
HallWPr Hallisches Winckelmannsprogramm
HBA Hamburger Beiträge zur Archäologie
HBN Hamburger Beiträge zur Numismatik
Helikon Helikon: Rivista di tradizione e cultura classica
Helinium Helinium: Revue consacrée à l’archéologie des Pays-Bas, de la Belgique et du Grand Duché de Luxembourg
Helios Helios: Journal of the Classical Association of the Southwestern United States
HelvArch Helvetia archaeologica
Hephaistos Hephaistos: Kritische Zeitschrift zur Theorie und Praxis der Archäologie und angrenzendes Wissenschaften
Hermes Hermes: Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie
Hesperia Hesperia: The Journal of the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
HispAnt Hispania antigua: Revista de historia antigua
Historia Historia: Zeitschrift für alte Geschichte
HistrArch Histria archaeologica
HJ Historisches Jahrbuch
HSCP Harvard Studies in Classical Philology
HTR Harvard Theological Review
HuelvaArq Huelva arqueológica
HZ Historische Zeitschrift
   
IEJ Israel Exploration Journal
IGForsch Indogermanische Forschungen
IJb Indogermanisches Jahrbuch
IJCT International Journal of the Classical Tradition
IJMES International Journal for Middle East Studies
IJNA International Journal of Nautical Archaeology and Underwater Exploration
ILN The Illustrated London News
IMJ Israel Museum Journal
IMN Israel Museum News
INJ Israel Numismatic Journal
IntArch Internet Archaeology
IOS Israel Oriental Studies
Iran Iran: Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies
IrAnt Iranica antiqua
Iraq Iraq, published by the British School of Archaeology in Iraq
IsMEO Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente
IstArkMüzYill Istanbul Arkeologi Müzeleri Yilligi
IstForsch Istanbuler Forschungen
IstMitt Istanbuler Mitteilungen
IstMitt-BH Istanbuler Mitteilungen: Beiheft
Italica Italica: Cuadernos de trabajos de la Escuela española de historica y arqueología en Roma
   
JaarbAkAmst Jaarboek van de Akademie te Amsterdam
JAC Jahrbuch für Antike und Christentum
JANER Journal of Ancient Near Eastern Religions
JANES Journal of the Ancient Near East Society of Columbia University
JAnthArch Journal of Anthropological Archaeology
JAOS Journal of the American Oriental Society
JARCE Journal of the American Research Center in Egypt
JAS Journal of Archaeological Science
JBerlMus Jahrbuch der Berliner Museen
JBernHistMus Jahrbuch des Bernischen historischen Museums
JBL Journal of Biblical Literature
JCS Journal of Cuneiform Studies
JdI Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
JdI-EH Jahrbuch des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts: Ergänzungsheft
JEA The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology
JEOL Jaarbericht van het Vooraziatisch-egyptisch genootschap “Ex Oriente Lux”
JESHO Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient
JFA Journal of Field Archaeology
JGH Journal of Garden History (continued by SHG)
JGött Jahrbuch der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen
JGS Journal of Glass Studies
JHS Journal of Hellenic Studies
JIAN Journal international d’archéologie numismatique
JIES Journal of Indo-European Studies
JJurP Journal of Juristic Papyrology
JKF Jahrbuch für kleinasiatische Forschung
JKSW Jahrbuch der Kunsthistorischen Sammlungen in Wien
JMA Journal of Mediterranean Archaeology
JMainz Jahrbuch: Akademie der Wissenschaften und der Literatur (Mainz)
JMFA Journal of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston
JMithSt Journal of Mithraic Studies
JMünch Jahrbuch: Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Munich)
JNES Journal of Near Eastern Studies
JNG Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte
JÖB Jahrbuch der Österreichischen Byzantinistik (formerly JÖBG)
JOS Journal of Oman Studies
JP Journal of Philology
JPKB Jahrbuch preussischer Kulturbesitz
JPKS Jahrbuch der preussischen Kunstsammlungen
JPOS Journal of the Palestine Oriental Society
JPR Journal of Prehistoric Religion
JQR Jewish Quarterly Review
JRA Journal of Roman Archaeology
JRAI Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute
JRAS Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society
JRel Journal of Religion
JRGS Journal of the Royal Geographic Society
JRGZM Jahrbuch des Römisch-germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz
JRS Journal of Roman Studies
JSAH Journal of the Society of Architectural Historians
JSav Journal des savants
JSOR Journal of the Society of Oriental Research
JSS Journal of Semitic Studies
JThS Journal of Theological Studies
Jura Jura: Rivista internazionale di diritto romano e antico
JWalt Journal of the Walters Art Gallery
JWarb Journal of the Warburg and Courtauld Institutes
   
Kadmos Kadmos: Zeitschrift für vor- und frühgriechische Epigraphik
Kairos Kairos: Zeitschrift für Religionswissenschaft und Theologie
Karthago Karthago: Revue d’archéologie africaine
Kenchreai Kenchreai: Eastern Port of Corinth. Results of Investigations by the University of Chicago and Indiana University for the American School of Classical Studies at Athens
Kerameikos Kerameikos: Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen
KF Kleinasiatische Forschungen
Klearchos Klearchos: Bollettino dell’Associazione amici del Museo nazionale di Reggio Calabria
Klio Klio: Beiträge zur alten Geschichte
KMT KMT: A Modern Journal of Ancient Egypt
Kokalos Kokalos: Studi pubblicati dall’Istituto di storia antica dell’Università di Palermo
KölnJb Kölner Jahrbuch für Vor- und Frühgeschichte
   
Lexicon der Ägyptologie
Latinitas Latinitas: Commentarii linguae latinae excolendae
Latomus Latomus: Revue d’études latines
LCM Liverpool Classical Monthly
Levant Levant: Journal of the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem and the British Institute at Amman for Archaeology and History
LibAnt Libya antiqua
LibSt Libyan Studies
LitArts Liturgical Arts
LSA Lavori e studi di archeologia pubblicati dalla Soprintendenza archeologica di Roma
L'Urbe L’Urbe: Rivista romana
   
Le moyen âge
MAAR Memoirs of the American Academy in Rome
MAGW Mitteilungen der anthropologischen Gesellschaft (Vienna)
Maia Maia: Rivista di letterature classiche
MAMA Monumenta Asiae minoris antiqua
MAntFr Mémoires de la Société nationale des antiquaires de France
MarbWPr Marburger Winckelmann-Programm
Mari Mari: Annales de recherches interdisciplinaires
Marsyas Marsyas: Studies in the History of Art
MASCAJ MASCA Journal: Museum Applied Science Center for Archaeology, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania
MASCAP MASCA Research Papers in Science and Archaeology
MCl Il mondo classico
MDAV Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologen-Verbandes
MdF Musées de France
MdI Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
MDIK Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Abteilung Kairo
MDOG Mitteilungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft zu Berlin
MDP Mémoires de la Délégation franĉaise en Perse
Meded Mededeelingen van het Nederlands Historisch Instituut te Rome
MedHum Medievalia et humanistica
MeditArch Mediterranean Archaeology: Australian and New Zealand Journal for the Archaeology of the Mediterranean World
MedKøb Meddelelser fra Ny Carlsberg Glyptotek (Copenhagen)
MedMusB Medelhavsmuseet, Bulletin (Stockholm)
MedRen Mediaeval and Renaissance Studies
MÉFR Mélanges d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’École française de Rome
MÉFRA Mélanges de l’École française de Rome, Antiquité
MÉFRM Mélanges de l’École française de Rome: Moyen âge, temps modernes
MélBeyrouth Mélanges de l’Université Saint Joseph, Beyrouth
MémAcInscr Mémoires présentés par divers savants à l’Académie des inscriptions et belles lettres (Paris)
MemBol Atti della Accademia delle scienze dell’Istituto di Bologna: Memorie
MemLinc Memorie: Atti della Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, Classe di scienze morali, storiche e filologiche
MemNap Memorie dell’Accademia di archeologia, lettere e belle arti di Napoli
MemPontAcc Memorie: Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia
Mesopotamia Mesopotamia: Rivista di archeologia
MF Madrider Forschungen
MGH Monumenta Germaniae historica
MIÉ Mémoires de l’Institut d’Égypte
Milet Milet: Ergebnisse der Ausgrabungen und Untersuchungen seit dem Jahre 1899
Minerva Minerva: The International Review of Ancient Art and Archaeology (London)
Minos Minos: Revista de filología egea
MIO Mitteilungen des Instituts für Orientforschung
MittNumGes Mitteilungen, Numismatische Gesellschaft (Vienna)
MLJ Modern Language Journal
MLN Modern Language Notes
MM Madrider Mitteilungen
MMAJ Metropolitan Museum of Art Journal
MMS Metropolitan Museum Studies
Mnemosyne Mnemosyne: Bibliotheca classica batava
MÖIG Mitteilungen des Österreichischen Instituts für Geschichtsforschung
MonAnt Monumenti antichi
MÖNG Mitteilungen der Österreichischen numismatischen Gesellschaft
MonInst Monumenti inediti pubblicati dall'Instituto di corrispondenzaarcheologica
MonPiot Monuments et mémoires: Fondation E. Piot
MüJb Münchener Jahrbuch der bildenden Kunst
MünchBeitr Münchener Beiträge zur Papyrusforschung und antiken Rechtsgeschichte
MusB Musée belge
Muse Muse: Annual of the Museum of Art and Archaeology, University of Missouri
MusHelv Museum Helveticum
MusJ Museum Journal (Philadelphia)
MusKöln Museen in Köln: Bulletin
MVAG Mitteilungen der vorderasiatisch-aegyptischen Gesellschaft
MVEOL Mededeelingen en Verhandelingen ex Oriente Lux
MZ Mainzer Zeitschrift
   
NA Neues Archiv der Gesellschaft für ältere deutsche Geschichtskunde
NAHisp Noticiario arqueológico hispánico
NAkG Nachrichten von der Akademie der Wissenschaften in Göttingen
NatGeogRes National Geographic Research
NC Numismatic Chronicle
NCirc Numismatic Circular
NEA Near Eastern Archaeology (formerly BiblArch)
Nichoria Excavations at Nichoria in Southwest Greece
NJbb (Neue) Jahrbücher für Philologie und Pädagogik; Neue Jahrbücher für das klassische Altertum; Neue Jahrbücher für Wissenschaft und Jugendbildung
NL Numismatic Literature
NLB Numismatisches Literaturblatt
NNM American Numismatic Society: Numismatic Notes and Monographs
NomChron Nomismatika chronika
NouvArch Nouvelles archives des Missions scientifiques
NouvClio La nouvelle Clio
NR Numismatic Review
NS American Numismatic Society: Numismatic Studies
NSc Notizie degli scavi di antichità
NumAntCl Numismatica e antichità classiche: Quaderni ticinesi
Numen Numen: International Review for the History of Religions
NumJ Numismatic Journal
NuovB Nuovo bulletino di archeologia cristiana
NZ Numismatische Zeitschrift
   
OA Oriens antiquus
OAr Orientalisches Archiv
OC Oriens christianus
OGIS Orientis Graeci inscriptiones selectae
OIC Oriental Institute Communications
OIP Oriental Institute Publications
OJA Oxford Journal of Archaeology
ÖJh Jahreshefte des Österreichischen archäologischen Instituts in Wien
ÖJhBeibl Jahreshefte der Österreichischen archäologischen Instituts in Wien, Beiblatt
OlBer Bericht über die Ausgrabungen in Olympia
OlForsch Olympische Forschungen
Olynthos Excavations at Olynthos
OLZ Orientalische Literaturzeitung
OpArch Opuscula archaeologica
OpAth Opuscula Atheniensia
OpAthRom Opuscula: Annual of the Swedish Institutes at Athens and Rome
OpFin Opuscula Instituti romani Finlandiae
OpPh Opuscula philologica
OpRom Opuscula Romana
Ostraka Ostraka: Rivista di antichita
OWAN Old World Archaeology Newsletter
   
PAAR American Academy in Rome: Papers and Monographs
PAES Publications of the Princeton University Archaeological Expeditions to Syria
Paléorient Paléorient: Interdisciplinary Review of Prehistory and Protohistory of Southwestern Asia
PalJb Palästinajahrbuch
Palladio Palladio: Rivista di storia dell'architettura
Pantheon Pantheon: Internationale Zeitschrift für Kunst
PAPS Proceedings of the American Philosophical Society
PastPres Past and Present
PBSR Papers of the British School at Rome
PCPS Proceedings of the Cambridge Philological Society
PEFA Palestine Exploration Fund Annual
PEFQ Palestine Exploration Fund Quarterly Statement
PEQ Palestine Exploration Quarterly
Persica Persica: Jaarboek van het Genootschap Nederland-Iran
PetMitt Petermanns Mitteilungen
Philologus Philologus: Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie
PhilWoch Philologische Wochenschrift
Phoenix Phoenix: The Classical Association of Canada
PO Patrologia Orientalis
Pontica Pontica: Studii si materiale de istorie, arheologie si muzeografie, Constanta
PP La parola del passato
PPS Proceedings of the Prehistoric Society
PQ Philological Quarterly
Prakt Praktika tes en Athenais Archaiologikes Etaireias
PraktAkAth Praktika tes Akademias Athenon
PreussJb Preussische Jahrbücher
ProcBritAc Proceedings of the British Academy
ProcJPES Proceedings of the Jewish Palestine Exploration Society
ProcPhilAs Proceedings of the American Philological Association
ProcRNS Proceedings of the Royal Numismatic Society
Prometheus Prometheus: Rivista quadrimestrale di studi classici
Prospettiva Prospettiva: Rivista d’arte antica e moderna
ProvHist Provence historique
PrzArch Przeglad archeologiczny
PrzKl Przeglad klasyczny
PZ Prähistorische Zeitschrift
   
QAL Quaderni di archeologia della Libia
QArchEtr Quaderni del Centro di studio per l’archeologia etrusco-italica
QDAP Quarterly of the Department of Antiquities in Palestine
Qedem Qedem: Monographs of the Institute of Archaeology, Hebrew University of Jerusalem
QITA Quaderni dell’Istituto di topografia antica della Università di Roma
   
RA Revue archéologique
RAA See AAs
RACentre Revue archéologique du Centre consacrée aux antiquités nationales
RACrist Rivista di archeologia cristiana
RAEst Revue archéologique de l’Est et du Centre-Est
RAfr Revue africaine
RALouvain Revue des archéologues et historiens d’art de Louvain
RANarb Revue archéologique de Narbonnaise
RArq Revista di arqueología
RassIGI Rassegna indo-greco-italica
RAssyr Revue d'assyriologie et d’archéologie orientale
RASyr Revue archéologique syrienne
RBArch Revue belge d’archéologie et d’histoire de l’art
RBibl Revue biblique
RBN Revue belge de numismatique et de sigillographie
RBPhil Revue belge de philologie et d’histoire
RCRFActa Rei Cretariae Romanae Fautorum Acta
RdA Rivista di archeologia
RDAC Report of the Department of Antiquities, Cyprus
RÉA Revue des études anciennes
RÉByz Revue des études byzantines
RecSciRel Recherches de science religieuse
RecTrav Recueil de travaux relatifs à la philologie et à l’archéologie égyptiennes et assyriennes
RÉg Revue d’égyptologie
RÉG Revue des études grecques
RÉgA Revue de l’Égypte ancienne
RÉH Revue des études historiques
RÉHom Revue des études homériques
RÉI Revue des études islamiques
RÉL Revue des études latines
RendAccIt Atti della R. Accademia d’Italia: Rendiconti della classe di scienze morali
RendBol Atti della Accademia delle scienze dell’Istituto di Bologna: Rendiconti
RendIstLomb Rendiconti: Istituto lombardo, Accademia di scienze e lettere
RendLinc Atti dell’Accademia nazionale dei Lincei: Rendiconti
RendNap Rendiconti dell’Accademia di archeologia, lettere e belle arti, Napoli
RendPontAcc Atti della Pontificia Accademia romana di archeologia: Rendiconti
RÉpigr Revue épigraphique
RepKunstW Repertorium für Kunstwissenschaft
RÉS Revue des études sémitiques
RHA Revue hittite et asianique
RHist Revue historique
RhM Rheinisches Museum für Philologie
RHR Revue de l’histoire des religions
RIN Rivista italiana di numismatica e scienze affini
RivFil Rivista di filologia e d’istruzione classica
RivIstArch Rivista dell’Istituto nazionale d'archeologia e storia dell’arte
RivStorAnt Rivista storica dell’antichità
RivStorIt Rivista storica italiana
RLA Reallexikon der Assyriologie und voderasiatischen Archäologie
RLouvre La revue du Louvre et des musées de France
RLV Reallexikon der Vorgeschichte
RM Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung
RM-EH Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts, Römische Abteilung: Ergänzungsheft
RN Revue numismatique
RömÖ Römisches Österreich: Jahresschrift der Österreichischen Gesellschaft für Archäologie
RömQSchr Römische Quartalschrift für christliche Altertumskunde und Kirchengeschichte
ROrChr Revue de l’Orient chrétien
RPhil Revue de philologie, de littérature et d’histoire anciennes
RSO Rivista degli studi orientali
RStFen Rivista di studi fenici
RStLig Rivista di studi liguri
RStPomp Rivista di studi pompeiani
   
SaalbJb Saalburg-Jahrbuch: Bericht des Saalburg-Museums
SAOC Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilizations
SardisMon Archaeological Exploration of Sardis: Monograph
SardisRep Archaeological Exploration of Sardis: Report
SBBerl Sitzungsberichte der Deutschen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Berlin, Klasse für Sprachen, Literatur und Kunst
SBHeid Sitzungsberichte der Heidelberger Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-historische Klasse
SBLeip Sitzungsberichte der Sächsischen Akademie der Wissenschaften zu Leipzig
SBMünch Sitzungsberichte, Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften (München), Philosophisch- historische Klasse
SBWien Sitzungsberichte, Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften (Wien), Philosophisch-historische Klasse
ScAnt Scienze dell’Antichita: Storia, archeologia, antropologia (Rome)
SchwMbll Schweizer Münzblätter
SemKond Seminarium Kondakovianum
SHG Studies in the History of Gardens and Designed Landscapes (continuation of JGH)
SicArch Sicilia archeologica
SIMA Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology
SIMA-PB Studies in Mediterranean Archaeology and Literature: Pocketbook
SkrAth See ActaAth
SkrLund Skrifter utgivna av Vetenskaps-Societeten i Lund
SkrRom See ActaRom
SkrUppsala Skrifter utgivna av K. Humanist: Vetenskaps-Samfundet i Uppsala
SlovArch Slovenská archeológia
SLS Society for Libyan Studies, Annual Report
SMEA Studi micenei ed egeo-anatolici
SMS Syro-Mesopotamian Studies
SNR Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau: Revue suisse de numismatique
SovArch Sovetskaja archeologija
StädelJb Städel-Jahrbuch
Stadion Stadion: Zeitschrift für Geschichte des Sports und der Körperkultur
StAncTech Studies in Ancient Technology
StArch Studia archaeologica
StBiz Studi bizantini e neoellenici
StClas Studii clasice: Societatea de studii clasice din Republica Socialista România
StEb Studi eblaiti
StEtr Studi etruschi
StIr Studia iranica
StIt Studi italiani di filologia classica
StMat Studi e materiali: Soprintendenza ai beni archeologici per la Toscana
StMisc Studi miscellanei: Seminario di archeologia e storia dell’arte greca e romana dell'Università di Roma
Stobi Studies in the Antiquities of Stobi
StPap Studia papyrologica
StrennaRom Strenna dei Romanisti
StRom Studi romani
StSard Studi sardi
Sumer Sumer: A Journal of Archaeology and History in Iraq
SwCyprusExp The Swedish Cyprus Expedition
SymbOslo Symbolae osloenses
Syria Syria: Revue d’art oriental et d’archéologie
   
Talanta Talanta: Proceedings of the Dutch Archaeological and Historical Society
TAPA Transactions of the American Philological Association
TAPS Transactions of the American Philosophical Society
Taras Taras: Rivista di archeologia
TelAviv Tel Aviv: Journal of the Tel Aviv University, Institute of Archaeology
TfK Tidskrift för Konstvetenskap
Thera Excavations at Thera
ThLZ Theologische Literaturzeitung
TLS Times Literary Supplement
TravMém Travaux et mémoires: Centre de recherche d’histoire et civilisation byzantine, Paris
TrWPr Trierer Winckelmannsprogramme
TrZ Trierer Zeitschrift für Geschichte und Kunst des Trierer Landes und seiner Nachbargebiete
TTAED Türk Tarih, Arkeologya ve etnografya dergisi
TUAS Temple University Aegean Symposium
TürkArkDerg Türk arkeoloji dergisi
   
UAVA Untersuchungen zur Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archäologie
UCLAMon University of California at Los Angeles, Institute of Archaeology, Monograph
UCLAPap University of California at Los Angeles, Institute of Archaeology, Occasional Paper
UgaritF Ugarit-Forschungen: Internationales Jahrbuch für die Altertumskunde Syrien-Palästinas
UMI University Microfilms
UPMB University of Pennsylvania Museum Bulletin
UppsÅrsskr Uppsala Universitets Årsskrift
   
VDI Vestnik drevnej istorii
VigChr Vigiliae christianae
VuG Vergangenheit und Gegenwart
   
WeltIsl Die Welt des Islam
WJh Wiener Jahreshefte
WKP Wochenschrift für klassische Philologie
WorldArch World Archaeology
WPZ Wiener prähistorische Zeitschrift
WS Wiener Studien
WürzJbb Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft
WVDOG Wissenschaftliche Veröffentlichungen der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft
WZKM Wiener Zeitschrift für die Kunde des Morgenlandes
   
Xenia Xenia: Semestrale di antichità
   
YaleBull Yale University Art Gallery Bulletin

YCS

Yale Classical Studies
   
ZA Zeitschrift für Assyriologie und vorderasiatische Archäologie
ZÄS Zeitschrift für ägyptische Sprache und Altertumskunde
ZATW Zeitschrift für die alttestamentliche Wissenschaft
ZChrK Zeitschrift für christliche Kunst
ZDA Zeitschrift für deutsches Altertum
ZDMG Zeitschrift der deutschen morgenländischen Gesellschaft
ZDPV Zeitschrift des deutschen Palästina-Vereins
ZfA Zeitschrift für Archäologie
ZfE Zeitschrift für Ethnologie
ZfK Zeitschrift für Kunstgeschichte
ZfN Zeitschrift für Numismatik
ZivaAnt Ziva antika: Antiquité vivante
ZNTW Zeitschrift für die neutestamentliche Wissenschaft
ZÖstG Zeitschrift für die Österreichischen Gymnasien
ZPE Zeitschrift für Papyrologie und Epigraphik
ZSav Zeitschrift der Savigny-Stiftung für Rechtsgeschichte
ZSchwArch Zeitschrift für schweizerische Archäologie und Kunstgeschichte
ZSchwG Zeitschrift für schweizerische Geschichte