Thursday, November 21, 2019

Open Access Journal: Athens University Revue of Archaeology (AURA)

Athens University Revue of Archaeology (AURA)
ISSN (digital): 2623-3428
ISSN (print): 2623-3436

The Athens University Review of Archaeology (AURA) is an international, peer-reviewed archaeological journal published annually by the Faculty of History and Archaeology of the National and Kapodistrian University of Athens. It is dedicated to the publication of original research articles and reports focusing on, or related to the archaeology, art and material culture in the broader Greek world, from the earliest Prehistory to the Modern Era.
We welcome contributions in Greek or English about (1) the Stone and Bronze Age in Greece and related adjacent areas, (2) the Geometric to Classical periods in Greece and the Greek colonies in the Mediterranean, (3) the broader Hellenistic world, (4) Roman Greece, (5) the Byzantine Empire, (6) the period of Latin and Ottoman rule in Greece, (7) Modern Greek art, (8) the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East, (9) Environmental Archaeology and Archaeometry, (10) Museology and (11) Computer Applications in Archaeology. The range of studies varies, including synthetic works, reports on excavations and field surveys, studies of archaeological material or works of art, various case studies, as well as preliminary publications of on-going research projects dealing with the scientific areas described above.
AURA is a fully open access journal issued annually. Each issue is published electronically as a PDF file. All papers are available on the Internet to all users immediately upon publication and free of charge, according to the Creative Commons CC BY-NC-ND 4.0.
AURA issues and AURA Supplements can also be distributed on a print-on-demand basis and posted or collected from the bookstore of the Kardamitsa Publications, 8 Ippokratous str, Athens. The costs of priting and posting are covered by the customer. If you wish to request a hard copy, please contact us.

AURA vol. 2 (2019)

Papers

ANAYA SARPAKI 
An archaeobotanical study of Alepotrypa Cave (pp. 9-17)

POLINA KAPSALI 
Two Middle Bronze Age Pottery Kilns at Plasi, Marathon (pp. 19-63)

PETYA ILIEVA 
Phoenicians, Cypriots and Euboeans in the Northern Aegean: a reappraisal (pp. 65-102)

ELECTRA APOSTOLA, PANAGIOTIS KOUSOULIS 
Εxotic offerings in the archaic Rhodian sanctuaries (pp. 103-116)

G. KOKKOROU-ALEVRAS, EIR. POUPAKI, A. EUSTATHOPOULOS, Α. CHATZICONSTANTINOU, E. RIGATOU
An Overview on Ancient Quarries of Southeastern Attica (pp. 117-136)

YANNIS CHAIRETAKIS
The Salamis’ Sea Battle Tumulus revisited (pp. 137-160)

PANOS VALANIS, NIKOLAS DIMAKIS, EIRINE DIMITRIADOU 
Βιώνοντας τον δημόσιο χώρο στην αρχαία Ελλάδα (6ος-1ος αι. π.Χ.) (pp. 161-171)

CHRYSANTHOS KANELLOPOULOS
The Architecture of the ‘Pantheon’ in Athens. Recent Discoveries (pp. 173-190)

LINA TSATSARONI
Τα νέα ευρήματα πεσσών στην Αθήνα και το Ώδείο του Αγρίππα (pp. 191-217)

EIRINI POUPAKI
Μαρμάρινα και άλλα λίθινα αγγεία από την Σπάρτη (pp. 219-244)

KLIMIS ASLANIDIS
Ένα άγνωστο υστεροβυζαντινό οχυρό: Το κάστρο των Βατίκων στη Λακωνία (pp. 245-274)

NAGIA SGOURITSA-POLYCHRONAKOU
Χρήστος Τσούντας:  ο Καθηγητής Αρχαιολογίας στο Πανεπιστήμιο Αθηνών (pp. 275-283)

MARIA KTORI 
Στα μονοπάτια της παράδοσης: καταγραφή και προστασία της ξυλοναυπηγικής στην Κύπρο (pp. 285-303)

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