Tuesday, January 24, 2023

Open Access Journal: Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization

[First posted in AWOL 4 October 2009., updated 24 January 2023]

Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization
ISSN: 0083-4300
Online-ISSN: 2449-867X 

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Studies in Ancient Art and Civilization were created in 1991 as an irregular series which in the first place served as a forum for the presentation of the Jagiellonian University Institute of Archaeology and studies provided by its researchers. The series was originated by professor Joachim Śliwa, who was also its first Editor in Chief, and since 2010 this function has been fulfilled by professor Ewdoksia Papuci-Władyka. Since vol. 10 (2007) SAAC has become a regular yearly periodical. Until present fifteen volumes have been published, among them two monographic studies (vols. 3 and 11, the latter being Pontika 2006 conference proceedings edited by E. Papuci-Władyka) and three volumes dedicated to distinguished researchers from our Institute on occasion of their jubilees (vols. 8 – professor Maria Ludwika Bernhard, 14 – professor Joachim Śliwa and 15 – professor Janusz A. Ostrowski). SAAC publishes papers in the fields of archaeology, art and civilization of ancient Egypt, the Near East, Greece and its colonies, Cyprus and Rome, as well as other, non-Mediterranean ancient civilizations, and also in history of archaeology, collecting of antiquities and reception of ancient culture in modern Europe. Special attention is being given to topics concerning predynastic and early-dynastic Egypt, the Greek and Roman periods in the Black Sea region, and archaeology of Cyprus, due to the excavations conducted by researchers from our Institute in these areas. Objects and artefacts from these excavations are being published in SAAC.
  • Issue No. 25
  • Year: 2021
  • Number: 25
Articles list
The Rattles from Tell El-Farcha
Lidded Jar from Grave No. 40 at Tell El-Murra Cemetery
Re-Examination of Predynastic Pottery from Minshat Abu Omar (Nile Delta, Egypt)
Two Fragments of Early Dynastic Flint Bangles from Tell El-Murra in the Context of Finds from Ancient Egypt
The Beginning of Messambria Pontica
Brain-Mind-Body-Sign-World: Crossing the Borders
The Horned Horse in the Coinage of Seleucus I Nicator
Sacral Inventories and Archaeological Reality in the Isis Sanctuaries oustide Egypt (Late Hellenistic and Roman Periods)
Gallic Amphorae in Rome (and Ostia) during the Middle Imperial Age: Data Revision and Reflections from the Finds at the ‘Terme Di Elagabalo’ in Rome
Amphores tardo-antiques fabriquées sur le Littoral Sud de la Région De Murcie (Espagne)

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