Journals Journal of Archaeological Science

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Journal of Archaeological Science
Presenting major advances in scientific methods and techniques in archaeology
Showcasing innovative science
Shaping global debates
Addressing questions of broad significance
Describing studies with far-reaching applicability.
The Journal of Archaeological Science is aimed at archaeologists and scientists with particular interests in advancing the development and application of scientific techniques and methodologies to all areas of archaeology. This established monthly journal publishes focus articles, original research papers and major review articles, of wide archaeological significance. The journal provides an international forum for archaeologists and scientists from widely different scientific backgrounds who share a common interest in developing and applying scientific methods to inform major debates through improving the quality and reliability of scientific information derived from archaeological research.
Impact Factor (2 years)
Journal type
Hybrid Journal

Journals Publications

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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
1Mar-2013Integration of geophysical surveys, ground hyperspectral measurements, aerial and satellite imagery for archaeological prospection of prehistoric sites: The case study of Vészto{doubleacute}-Mágor Tell, HungarySarris, Apostolos ; Papadopoulos, Nikos G. ; Agapiou, Athos ; Salvi, Maria Cristina ; Hadjimitsis, Diofantos G. ; Parkinson, William A. ; Yerkes, Richard W. ; Gyucha, Attila ; Duffy, Paul R. 
2Mar-2013Optimum temporal and spectral window for monitoring crop marks over archaeological remains in the Mediterranean regionSarris, Apostolos ; Hadjimitsis, Diofantos G. ; Agapiou, Athos 
3May-2012Observatory Validation of Neolithic Tells (“magoules”) in the Thessalian Plain, Central Greece, Using Hyperspectral Spectroradiometric Data.Alexakis, Dimitrios ; Hadjimitsis, Diofantos G. ; Agapiou, Athos 
4Jan-2011Integrated GIS, remote sensing and geomorphologic approaches for the reconstruction of the landscape habitation of Thessaly during the neolithic periodAlexakis, Dimitrios ; Sarris, Apostolos ; Astaras, Theodoros