Internet Archaeology is the first fully refereed e-journal for archaeology and publishes articles of a high academic standing which utilise the potential of electronic publication. Internet Archaeology is hosted by the Department of Archaeology at the University of York and published by the Council for British Archaeology. Internet Archaeology is a hybrid Open Access e-journal.
Internet Archaeology has been publishing on the web since 1996 and aims to provide new ways of presenting and engaging with archaeological research. International in scope and only available online, all journal content is subject to rigorous peer-review. Articles make use of the potential of the medium to present archaeological research, including video, audio, searchable data sets, full-colour images, visualisations, animations and interactive mapping.
Internet Archaeology is currently a hybrid Open Access journal. It is our wish to move fully towards a sustainable Open Access (OA) model and all potential authors are encouraged to include OA fees in their future research funding applications wherever possible. Unless otherwise noted, the articles listed here are OA because their authors have included article development costs / OA fees in their research funding applications or bids to departmental research committees etc. Note that all editorials and reviews are also OA.
Open Access Content
Issue 1 (taster issue)
- The archaeological use of Kernel Density Estimates Christian Beardah and Mike Baxter
- Sensuous and reflexive GIS: exploring visualisation and VRML Mark Gillings and Glyn Thomas Goodrick
- The application of high resolution fluxgate gradiometery as an aid to excavation planning and strategy formulation James Lyall and Dominic Powlesland
- The development of the tobacco pipe kiln in the British Isles Allan Peacey
- A review of the archaeological evidence for food plants from the British Isles: an example of the use of the Archaeobotanical Computer Database (ABCD) Philippa Tomlinson and Allan R. Hall
- Roman amphoras in Britain Paul Tyers
- Fort, Tower, or House? Building a Landscape of Settlement in the Shala Valley of High Albania Michael L. Galaty, Wayne E. Lee, Charles Watkinson, Zamir Tafilica and Ols Lafe (Open Access for Albania)
- Land Use and the Agrarian Economy in the Roman Dutch River Area Maaike Groot and Laura I. Kooistra
- Excavations in Heslerton: DigIT approaches to Digital Recording Dominic Powlesland and Keith May with contributions from James Rackham and Jess Tipper
- Placing Immateriality: Situating the Material of Highland Chiriqu Karen Holmberg (Open Access for Panama)
- Iron Age Settlement at Blackstone, Worcestershire: Excavations 1972, 1973 and 1977 Derek Hurst, Alan Hunt and Peter Davenport
- To Block Lift or Not to Block Lift? An Experiment at the Early Mesolithic Site of Star Carr, North-East Yorkshire, UK P. Hadley, A. Hall, M. Taylor, A. Needham, B. Taylor, C. Conneller and N. Milner
- Archaeological Excavations on the BTC Pipeline, Azerbaijan Paul Michael Taylor and David Maynard (Open Access for Azerbaijan)
Connecting Archaeological Data and Grey Literature via Semantic Cross Search Douglas Tudhope, Keith May, Ceri Binding, Andreas Vlachidis
An Atlas of Medieval Combs from Northern Europe Steven P. Ashby
Developing a 3-D Digital Heritage Ecosystem: from object to representation and the role of a virtual museum in the 21st century Fred Limp, Angie Payne, Katie Simon, Snow Winters and Jack Cothren (Open Access for Egypt)
See the full List of Open Access Journals in Ancient Studies.