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  • ISSN: 1047-7594 (Print), 2331-5709 (Online)
  • Editor: Jennifer Trimble Stanford University, USA
  • Editorial board
New to Cambridge in 2021.

The journal will be concerned with Italy and all parts of the Roman world from about 700 B.C. to about A.D. 700. It will exclude the prehistoric period but include the Etruscan period. It is intended to be Mediterranean-wide in its coverage, and is not intended to give priority to any particular geographical regions within the Roman world. All aspects of archaeology, by the broadest interpretation of that word, will be relevant for inclusion, including historical material which has an archaeological component or which is likely to be relevant for archaeologists.

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Journal of Roman Archaeology acquired by Cambridge University Press

  • 27 Jul 2020,
  • Cambridge University Press has reached an agreement to acquire the Journal of Roman Archaeology, to be published on behalf of the Press Syndicate of the University of Cambridge starting with the annual volume 34 (2021).

Cambridge Archaeology blogs

  • Digital Methods for Archaeological Currents
  • 29 November 2021, Matthew Magnani, Anatolijs Venovcevs, Stein Farstadvoll and Natalia Magnani
  • Archaeology has long contributed new perspectives to past events, transcending written records through the interpretation of material culture. Applied to the...
  • An Ancient Wine Press at Knossos
  • 12 October 2021, Conor P. Trainor
  • The basic process of winemaking has involved three steps: harvesting grapes; pressing the grapes in order to release their juice; fermenting that juice into...
  • Working Together to Find and Protect Unmarked Graves
  • 10 September 2021, William T. D. Wadsworth
  • Janvier, Alberta | 2019 It was a cold October morning in northeastern Alberta. I had been invited by the Chipewyan Prairie First Nation (CPFN) to conduct a small ground-penetrating radar (GPR) survey of a historic burial ground on one of their reserves.…...

Meet new editor-in-chief Dr. Jennifer Trimble