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Archaeologia historica

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ISSN 0231-5823 (print), ISSN 2336-4386 (online)
The journal is registered by the Ministry of Culture of the Czech Republic under the No. E 19435, issued twice a year.
The journal is published by the Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University.

The journal is included in the List of reviewed non-impacted periodicals published in the Czech Republic and in the international databases Ulrich's web Global Serials Directory, EBSCO, ERIH PLUS and SCOPUS.

The comittee of Elsevier (Content Selection & Advisory Board) evaluated the journal very positively:
 

"This is a strong and well organized journal of regional significance with an impressive homepage and citations well above the average for this kind of research."
 

Archaeologia historica

is a prestigious peer-reviewed professional journal publishing original studies focused on medieval archaeology and related branches. In the sections Zprávy (Reports) and Kronika (Chronicle) it informs in brief about new publications, conferences, exhibitions and significant personalities.
The journal, originally periodical proceedings of national and international conferences on medieval archaeology, was established in 1976 under the auspices of the Museum and Local History Society in Brno. It was in 2007 (after the death of Prof. PhDr. Vladimír Nekuda, DrSc., founder of the whole editorial series) that Prof. PhDr. Zdeněk Měřínský, CSc., vice-chairman of the Museum and Local History Society, was appointed editor-in-chief by the Board of the Museum and Local History Society in Brno, and editorial works were taken over by the Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University in Brno.

  • VOLUMES OF ARCHAEOLOGIA HISTORICA
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  • CONDITIONS FOR PUBLICATION OF MANUSCRIPTS
    Archaeologia historica is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal and the papers published must therefore meet both professional and formal criteria resulting from this condition. When deciding about publication of a manuscript, the editorial board bases itself on evaluations by independent experts, but at the same time also takes into consideration the formal aspect of a manuscript (or recommends formal editing to the author respectively). The editorial board also decides on suitable dates for publication of individual texts. Unsolicited manuscripts will not be returned, no honoraria will be paid. The final decision on publication of all texts falls within the authority of the editorial board of the journal Archaeologia historica. All scientific papers in the main topical sections of the journal are peer-reviewed (non-reviewed are just the other contributions in the Chronicle and Reports sections). More...

  • PEER REVIEW PROCESS

    Archaeologia historica is committed to upholding the highest standards of publication ethics and takes all possible measures against any publication malpractices. In submitting their works to the journal for consideration for publication all authors are thereby confirming that the works represent their own original contributions and have not been copied or plagiarised in whole or in part from other works. Each paper submitted to the editorial office is subsequently sent to two reviewers. The peer review procedure is double-blind and consists of two parts: a personalised assessment intended for the editorial office (regarding the authenticity and quality of the paper) and anonymous comments addressed to the author of the paper (evaluated are the argumentative structure of the paper, its linguistic aspect, accuracy of the abstract and key words, bibliography, the quality and relevance of pictorial documentation a. o.). The author is asked to revise his/her manuscript in response to the suggestions of the peer reviewers. If the reviewers do not recommend to accept the paper, it is rejected from further evaluation.
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  • PUBLICATION ETHICS AND MALPRACTICE STATEMENT
    Those who publish their papers in the journal Archaeologia historica are obliged to observe following rules and duties. More…

 

Editors:

doc. PhDr. Pavel Kouřil, CSc.
(Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Brno)

 

prof. Mgr. Jiří Macháček, Ph.D.

(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)

 

Editorial board:

 


prof. PhDr. Jan Klápště, CSc.
(Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts of the Charles University and Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Prague)


doc. PhDr. Matej Ruttkay, CSc.
(Institute of Archaeology of the Slovak Academy of Sciences in Nitra, Slovak Republic)


doc. PhDr. Michal Slivka, CSc.
(Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Philosophy of the Comenius University Bratislava, Slovak Republic)


prof. PhDr. Petr Sommer, CSc., DSc.
(Centre for Medieval Studies and Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Prague


Univ.- Prof. Dr. Falko Daim
(Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum Mainz, Germany)


prof. dr hab. Jerzy Piekalski
(Institute of Archaeology, University of Wrocław, Poland)

 

Assistant Editors:

 

  PhDr. Irena Loskotová, Ph.D.
(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)


PhDr. Miroslava Pluháčková
(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)


Mgr. Petr Žákovský, Ph.D.
(Institute of Archaeology of the Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic Brno)
  doc. PhDr. Rudolf Krajíc, CSc.
(Department of Archaeology, Faculty of Arts, Ubiversity of South Bohemia in České Budějovice, Czech Republic)

 

Editor in chief:

 

PhDr. Irena Loskotová, Ph.D.

(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)

 

Executive editor:

 

PhDr. Miroslava Pluháčková

(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)

 

Typography:

 

Bc. Šárka Trávníčková

(Department of Archaeology and Museology, Faculty of Arts of the Masaryk University Brno, Czech Republic)


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