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EDITORIAL FORWARD 2019

Dear Reader,

Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry (MAA) is an Open Access Journal published since 2001 by The University of the Aegean, Department of Mediterranean Studies, Rhodes, Greece. Since 2015 MAA is issued 3 times per year (April, August, December). From 2019 for the free download articles a subscription will be required. Past issues will still be accessible for free. The annual subscription for printed matter or online access is 210 Euros.

The International Journal MAA "Encourages international discussion on the coupling between archaeology and archaeometry in their broader sense, initiating forums of discussion on the establishment of widely accepted criteria of correct approach and solution of particularly current and future archaeological problems."

It covers the dual nature of archaeology and cultural heritage with science which includes, amongst others, natural science applied to archaeology (physics, chemistry, biology, geology, geophysics, astronomy), archaeology, ancient history, cultural sustainability, astronomy in culture, physical anthropology, digital heritage, new archaeological finds reports, historical archaeology, architectural archaeology, ethnoarchaeological prospective, critical reviews, from Paleolithic to medieval/Byzantine eras, all pertinent to the Mediterranean including adjacent areas with due interaction and/or parallel comparison to ancient Mediterranean cultures.

All papers are published in printed and electronic versions and DOI (http://about.zenodo.org/) is attributed to each article. The printed version (2001-2015) is kept only if authors ask for back issues, or if individuals or libraries require printed volumes. MAA is indexed by the most important databases: Thomson Reuters - Clarivetics Analytics (Arts and Humanities Citation Index), WoS Core Collection (ISI), Arts and Humanities (Archaeology) - Scopus (Elsevier), Current Contents / Arts and Humanities - Clarivate Analytics, Social Sciences (Archaeology- Scopus (Elsevier), Arts and Humanities (Archaeology) - Scimago, Google Scholar, European Reference Index for the Humanities and Social Sciences (ERIH PLUS), NASA/ADS, Ulrichsweb and others.

The Editors will welcome contributions from all parts of the World focused on the Mediterranean region and interactions with neighboring regions.

Prof. Ioannis Liritzis
Editor-in-Chief

ISSN (Online): 2241-8121
ISSN (Print): 1108-9628

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