Kubaba is a journal which specializes in the Pre-Classical world, namely the Ancient Near East and Eastern Mediterranean, and publishes articles, notes, news and reviews.
Contributions may come from a wide range of disciplines, including Anthropology, Archaeology, Epigraphy, History, Historical Linguistics, inter alia. Interdisciplinary approaches are welcome.
Contributions should address the period from the emergence of writing and complex societies (4th millennium BCE) down to the beginnings of the Classical Era. The geographical scope of the journal encompasses the Ancient Near East, including the Aegean, Cyprus and the Caucasus. Pre-Islamic Arabia is also included. Kubaba seeks furthermore to explore the interaction between these areas and other Mediterranean or Eurasian contexts.
Articles from both professional scholars and young researchers are eligible. The accepted languages are Portuguese, English, Spanish, Italian and French.
KUBABA, vol. 3 (2012)
Articles 2-38 39-52 Reviews 52-58
vol. 2 (2011)
Articles 2-26 27-39 40-74 75-85 Reviews 87-89 90-93
Vol. 1 (2010)
1 Articles ▪ Honor guest - H. Craig Melchert: Remarks on the Kuttamuwa Stele 3-11 12-19 20-37 38-61 Reviews 63-70
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