Sunday, June 10, 2018

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

Athens University Revue of Archaeology (AURA)
The Athens University Revue of Archaeology (AURA) is an international, peer-reviewed archaeological journal published annually by the Department of Archaeology and History of Art 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 Ottoman and Frankish periods in Greece, (7) Modern Greek art, (8) Museology and (9) the Eastern Mediterranean and the Near East.

AURA is a fully open access journal issued annually. Each issue will be published electronically as a printable PDF file. All papers receive a DOI number and be 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.
Paraskevi Tritsaroli and Sophia Koulidou
Human remains from the Pigi Artemidos LBA tumulus, region of Macedonian Olympus, Pieria (pp. 9-24)

Σταύρος Οικονομίδης, Αριστείδης Παπαγιάννης και Άκης ΤσώνοςΤο ταφικό έθιμο της ανέγερσης τύμβου κατά μήκος της Ιονίας και Άδριατικής ακτής ως πολιτιστικό και κοινωνικό φαινόμενο (pp. 25-59)
Georgia Papadopoulou“Now I have sent you 500 (talents) of copper”: the Amarna Letter EA 35 from the King of Alašiya to the King of Egypt (pp. 61-67)
Konstantinos KopaniasCilicia and Pamphylia during the Early Iron Age: Hiyawa, Mopsos and the Foundation of the Greek Poleis (pp. 69-95)
Manolis PetrakisHerakles or Dionysos? Some thoughts on the iconography of the krater of the Athens National Archaeological Museum no. 14902 (pp. 97-117)
Georgios PallisMiddle Byzantine Altars with Sculpted Decoration (pp. 119-126)
Anastasia VassiliouSherds from around the Church: Pottery from the Panayia Church at Chonika, Argolis (pp. 127-155)
Δημήτρης ΠαυλόπουλοςΜια λανθάνουσα χαλκογραφία του Γύζη. Συμβολή στη μελέτη της ελληνικής χαρακτικής του ΙΘ' αι. (pp. 157-163)
Marlen MouliouCities and museums of cities. Hybrid discourses and social ecosystems (pp. 165-185)
Ελένη ΜαντζουράνηΣτα ίχνη των κλεμμένων ελληνικών αρχαιοτήτων από τις κατοχικές δυνάμεις (1940-1945): η συμβολή του Σπύρου Μαρινάτου (pp. 187-220)
Book Reviews
Γεωργία Κοκκορού-Αλευρά
Κ. Καρακάση, Οι Αρχαϊκές Κόρες (pp. 223-230)

Εύα Σημαντώνη-Μπουρνιά
Ντ. Κατσωνοπούλου και Ε. Παρτίδα (επιμ.), ΦΙΛΕΛΛΗΝ. Μελέτες προς τιμήν του Στέφανου Μίλλερ (pp. 231-237)

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