Monday, January 27, 2020

Open Access Journal: Studia Hercynia: Journal of the Institute of Classical Archaeology

[First posted in AWOL 1 April 2018, updated 27 January 2020]

Studia Hercynia: Journal of the Institute of Classical Archaeology
ISSN: 1212-5865 (print)
ISSN: 2336-8144 (online)
Studia Hercynia is a biannual peer-reviewed journal that focuses on the study of the material culture of Antiquity, on relations between the Mediterranean and Central Europe, on the traditions of ancient art in European culture, and other related phenomena. The journal aims to advance Classical Archaeology and associated disciplines, both in the Czech Republic and internationally.
The journal was founded in 1997 by Prof. Jan Bouzek under the Institute of Classical Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, at the Charles University.

Since 2015 Studia Hercynia is an Open Access journal with online content freely available to the readers under the CC BY-NC-ND 2.0 license. Full articles are available on the internet to all readers immediately upon publication and their further non-commercial use and distribution in any medium is permitted, provided the author and the journal are properly credited.
No fees are charged for the manuscript submission, processing, and publication.
I. Peer‑reviewed studies
The Sacral Knot and Its Iconographic Use
Monika Matoušková, p. 9-31

Late Bronze Age Settlement History of Emporio on Chios Reconsidered
Kristina Jarošová, p. 32-51

‘A Marriage of the Aegean and the Orient’. Bronzes of the Siana Group Reconsidered
Miloš Roháček, p. 52-82

Late Bronze and Early Iron Age Pottery in the Upper Thracian Plain, Tundzha Valley and the Burgas Lowland, Bulgaria – Diversity, Technology and Distribution
Rositsa Hristova, p. 83-118

II. Reports
Kyzyl Gul – The Relicts of an Abandoned Village in Kugitang Piedmont (South Uzbekistan)
Anna Augustinová – Petr Mach – Petra Cejnarová
p. 121-146

Kurgans of the Eastern Kugitang Piedmonts. Preliminary Report for Season 2018
Jakub Havlík – Hana Havlíková – Ladislav Stančo
p. 147-172

Pl. 1/1 – Pl. 1/4
p. 175-177

Peter Pavúk, p. 5-5

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