AJA

AMERICAN JOURNAL OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Editorial Policy, Instructions for Contributors, and Abbreviations
The following expands and supersedes the notes for contributors and lists of abbreviations published in AJA 111 (2007) 3–34. Authors are requested to observe the following instructions when preparing manuscripts for submission to the AJA. For guidance on issues not addressed below, authors are referred to The Chicago Manual of Style. 15th ed. (Chicago 2003; hereafter ChicagoMS15) and The Columbia Guide to Online Style. 2nd ed. ( J.R. Walker and T. Taylor [New York 2006]; hereafter ColumbiaGOS).

Editorial Policy
1.1 The American Journal of Archaeology, the journal of the Archaeological Institute of America, is one of the oldest and most widely circulated journals of archaeology in the world. Founded in 1885, its second series was begun in 1897. The scope of the AJA is defined by the Governing Board of the Archaeological Institute of America as “the art and archaeology of ancient Europe and the Mediterranean world, including the Near East and Egypt, from prehistoric to Late Antique times.” The Editor-in-Chief welcomes the submission of manuscripts on any subject within that definition. Submissions that announce discoveries, present new information, or break new theoretical ground are especially welcome, as are articles that deal with methodological issues, offer theoretical frameworks for interpretation of archaeological data, or explore the symbiosis between field methodology and the analysis of material culture. The AJA will continue to publish interim reports from excavations when those reports highlight the emerging importance of the work to the discipline as a whole. The Editor-in-Chief also welcomes interdisciplinary studies that illuminate in novel ways the art and archaeology of the ancient world (see N.J. Norman, “A Letter from the Editor-in-Chief,” AJA 113 [2009] 1). 1.2 In keeping with the revised (2004) policy of the Archaeological Institute of America, the AJA will not accept any article that serves as the primary publication of any object or archaeological material in a private or public collection after 30 December 1973 unless its existence is documented before that date or it was legally exported from the country of origin. An exception may be made if, in the view of the Editor-in-Chief, the aim of the article is to emphasize the loss of archaeological context. Reviews of exhibitions, catalogues, or publications that do not follow these guidelines should state that the exhibition or publication in question includes material without known archaeological findspot (see N.J. Norman, “Editorial Policy on the Publication of Recently Acquired Antiquities,” AJA 109 [2005] 135–36). 1.3 In addition to articles, the AJA regularly publishes newsletters on the archaeology of various regions, as well as obituaries and solicited museum exhibition reviews, book reviews, and review articles (see the editorial statements of the Book Review Editors and Museum Review Editor in AJA 112 [2008] 353 and in AJA 112 [2008] 531 and §6.1 and §7.1 below). Announcements of interest to AJA readers are published in AJA Outlook. Abstracts from each annual meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America are no longer published in the AJA but are available at http://www.archaeological.org/annualmeeting.

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JANUARY 2000 (modified October 2009) AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS

1.4 An important aim of the AJA is to publish articles that reflect its broad scope and wide readership. Articles should therefore avoid being too narrowly focused and must be written in a style that is clear and accessible. 1.5 Manuscripts submitted to the AJA are reviewed by appropriate experts without exception. While the members of the AJA Advisory Board often serve as reviewers, manuscripts are also screened by other experts in North America and abroad. Most submissions are read by two scholars in addition to the Editor-in-Chief.

Preparation of Copy
Initial Submissions 2.1 Manuscripts may be submitted electronically through the AJA Web site (http://www.aja online.org), where complete instructions are posted. We will continue to accept manuscripts in hard copy; these should be addressed to the Editor-in-Chief, American Journal of ­ Archaeology, Department of Classics, Park Hall, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602-6203 (email: nnorman@aia.bu.edu). Articles must be submitted in triplicate, including three copies of all illustrations. Original photographs, drawings, and plans should not be sent at this time. To the extent possible, manuscripts should maintain the anonymity of the author. Each submission packet must include: 1. The manuscript in triplicate, all elements of which must be double-spaced (including notes, works cited, and captions). 2. Photocopies of illustrations, also in triplicate. 3. A cover sheet with author’s name and contact information (phone, mailing address, email address), typed double-spaced. 4. A 100- to 200-word abstract of the article, typed double-spaced. 5. The word count of the manuscript, including notes and works cited. 6. Category (i.e., article, field report, forum article, forum note, etc.), geographical area, and area of inquiry. Each submission is reviewed, usually by two outside referees who are asked to return their reports within six weeks. After the reviews are received, authors are informed in writing of the Editor-in-Chief’s decision to accept, reject, or resubmit, and are given copies of the reviewers’ reports.

Revised Submissions 2.2 When an article is accepted for publication, the author will be asked to provide original illustrations and a revised version of the manuscript that conforms to the guidelines outlined in §§2.3–16, 3.1–9, 4.1–11, and 5.1–4 below. An article improperly prepared will be returned to the author for revision in accordance with these guidelines. A revised manuscript should be submitted within five months of acceptance or it may need to be reviewed again. A manuscript will not be scheduled for publication until all files, illustrations, and copyright permissions have been received and approved. Once the revised manuscript has been submitted, no major changes to the text will be allowed. 2.3 Abstract. The author should submit a revised version of the article abstract (100–200 words) with the revised manuscript. 2.4 Author information. At the end of each manuscript, authors should supply their name, mailing address, and email address. 2.5 Copies and format. Revised manuscripts may be submitted electronically through the AJA Web site if the original submission was similarly submitted. Otherwise, one hard copy of the revised manuscript and one electronic copy (CD-ROM) should be submitted to the

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Editor-in-Chief at American Journal of Archaeology, Department of Classics, Park Hall, University of Georgia, Athens, GA 30602-6203. The hard copy and the electronic files must be identical. Margins of 1 in. (2.5 cm) are to be left on all edges of the page. All parts of the manuscript—abstract, text, notes, figure captions, tables, and list of works cited—must be double-spaced on one side only of standard-sized paper (8½ x 11 in. [21.5 x 28 cm]) and in 12 pt. Times New Roman font. Manuscripts should be prepared using Microsoft Word or Corel WordPerfect. Create a separate electronic file for each component of the manuscript: (1) abstract, text, notes, and works cited; (2) figure captions; (3) tables, appendices, etc.; and (4) figures. Label the CD-ROM with your name, the names of the files, and the type of software used to generate the files. Do not embed tables or figures in the text. 2.6 Paragraphs. Paragraphs should be justified to the left margin, separated by a space, and unindented. 2.7 Page numbering. All pages, including captions, notes, etc., should be numbered in the upper right-hand corner. Pages should be numbered consecutively throughout the text, not by individual sections. 2.8 Headings. All headings should be typed on a separate line, not run in with the text. A-level subheads should be underlined, B-level subheads should be in italics. C-level subheads should be avoided but when necessary should be set in bold. Thus:
Introduction Bronze Age Sites Pylos

2.9 Greek characters. Authors should set Greek text in New Athena Unicode, a public-domain Greek font available for PC, Macintosh, and Linux operating systems. Download the latest version of New Athena Unicode at http://ist-socrates.berkeley.edu/~pinax/greekkeys/ NAUdownload.html. Using these Unicode fonts will significantly reduce the ­ introduction of errors into a manuscript when the files are typeset. When citing published Greek passages, please supply a photocopy of the passage to help the editors with proofreading the text. If the manuscript contains other special characters, authors should make a separate list of them and include it with the typescript.

2.10 Notes. The AJA does not use in-text citation, except for references to primary ancient sources. Notes should be formatted as endnotes, not footnotes; they should be numbered in one series, double-spaced on pages assembled at the end of the text. Notes must be formatted according to the guidelines given below (§4.3). Authors should make every effort to reduce lengthy, discursive notes. 2.11 Acknowledgments. Acknowledgments should be placed immediately before the first note and referenced by an asterisk at the end of the abstract. 2.12 Tables. Tables should replace text, not duplicate it, and should be numbered consecutively with Arabic numerals. All sections of tables should be double-spaced. A short caption should be placed above each table. Tables must be submitted in Microsoft Word and should be included as separate files on your CD-ROM. Complex tables are best prepared by the author and submitted as illustrations; the Managing Editor reserves the right to ask for revisions. 2.13 List of figures. References to figures in the text must appear in consecutive order (e.g., fig. 1 is called out before fig. 2, which is called out before fig. 3, etc.; fig. 2a is called out before fig. 2b, which is called out before fig. 2c, etc.). A list of figures with appropriate captions, legends, and credits should be provided on a separate sheet at the end of the text. Captions should be set as suggested below, with credits placed in parentheses and ending with a period (see also §8.2.3):
Fig. 1. Detail of the northwest corner of the Sanctuary of Apollo with an earlier street superimposed on it.

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plans.5 x 28 cm]). Revised Submissions Accepted for Publication 2. Trench 1. 4. [21. 2.6–11. All sources mentioned in text and notes are included in the list of works cited. An abstract (100–200 words) should be included at the beginning of the text.Fig. Prior to submitting your revised manuscript. Corrected proofs should be returned to the Managing Editor within one week of receipt. layout of the decoration.4–7 below).1 Spelling and Capitalization. 2. 4. no major revisions are permitted. The American style of spelling is to be used. and capitalization. many words that are commonly capitalized may be lowercased (see in general ChicagoMS15 §§8. The works cited should be accurate and listed in alphabetical order. Illustrations should be numbered consecutively and marked (in soft pencil) on the reverse with the author’s name and indication of top. 5. pl. All authors must read and sign an author’s warranty before the manuscript can be published. courtesy R. 2. Corridor Z. General Matters of Style AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS 3. Sobolewski). Authors should be consistent in their use of capitalization.15 Illustrations. 7. Fig. or glossy photographic prints no larger than 8½ x 11 in. assembled by the author (after Paley and Sobolewski 1987. with full bibliographic information according to the guidelines given below (§§4. A list of sources cited in the text must accompany revised submissions. 5. 2. The text should have consistency of spelling. It is therefore crucial that authors submit the revised text in its final form. 4. section a. with figures and tables in place. The Managing Editor will email authors PDF-formatted page proofs of the copyedited and proofread article. Schreiber). The foundation trench is represented by deposits 4–8 and 17 (drawing by S. With the revised manuscript. Instructions concerning the submission of digital files are provided by the Editor-in-Chief upon manuscript acceptance (see also §§8. and with instructions for downloading and making corrections. 2. 3. punctuation.2. and email address(es) should be listed at the end of the text.17 Warranty.21–163).18 Proofs.1–4). Schmidt). Author(s) full names(s). Overcapitalization should be avoided. address(es). Page numbers cited in the notes fall within the ranges given in the list of works cited. 4. the first choice in Webster’s Third New International Dictionary (Springfield.14 List of works cited. Twenty-five hard copy offprints and one PDF offprint will be provided free of charge. etc. please perform the following checks: 1. While authors may clarify or modify the text in minor ways at this point. 2. Vedder painting concentric circles on the skyphos. 1986) is preferred. 6. Mass. Fig.16 Checks. Most period designations are lowercased: late antiquity ancient Greece imperial Rome  4 .. Authors will be given the opportunity to purchase additional hard copy offprints. Quotations should be accurate. Note the tilt of the pivot in the direction of motion (R. 3.19 Offprints. authors should submit camera-ready ­ illustrations of professional quality (original drawings. from the south. Illustrations may be submitted as digital files. When there are alternative ways of spelling a word. 2. northern elevation with strata indicated.

3 Measurements. Early Classical polis. Late Archaic art The names of specific buildings. The generic form is set in lower case: the East Gymnasium. All measurements should be expressed with Arabic numerals and abbreviated units unless they appear at the beginning of a sentence: The base of the vase measures 10 cm in diameter. classical vase painters. 15 lamps. the forum Treasury of Athens. artifact collections/groupings. Late Classical Athens archaic Greek pottery. If a number occurs in a phrase in which most of the numbers are above nine. Athenian treasury Wall P Tomb 4 Room 5 Group IV Excavation areas and units are set in lower case: stratum 3 level 2 trench a Proper nouns as adjectives should be avoided unless such a construction has become conventional: the Temple of Athena (not the Athena Temple) but Athenian Agora 3. the agora Roman Forum. 2) table 4 appendix 3 (appx. use Arabic numerals for all: first century nine sherds 10th century 11 coins. Arabic numerals should be used for all numbers 10 and above. the gymnasium the Athenian Agora. Cardinal and ordinal numbers less than 10 should be spelled out. and parts of cities are capitalized. monuments. 3) figure 9 (fig. and 3 statuettes Use Arabic numerals when referring to parts of text (use abbreviated version when appearing in parentheses): chapter 2 (ch. International units of measurements are preferred. Cultural periods recognized by archaeologists based on characteristic technology or ­ typology are capitalized: Bronze Age Archaic period Late Antique period The terms “classical” and “archaic” are only capitalized when used with the word “period” (Classical period) or with a specific division of a cultural period (Late Classical literature) or when the meaning can be misconstrued: classical art. 9) AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS 3. Twenty-five rim sherds were found in the trench. classical Athens. Archaic art. Roman numerals are to be avoided whenever possible.2 Numbers.  5 .

not B.E.g. followed by the appropriate book. Any author/work not abbreviated in OCD   should be spelled out in full. Authors’ names and titles should be written in full when appearing in the text and abbreviated when appearing in footnotes or parenthetical references within the text.g. The AJA uses B. fig. von Ostermann [New York 1952]). and A. except in cases of conventional epigraphic usage: 211–202 B. De arch. proper nouns. or As can be seen in figure 15. separated by periods. 15 for horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids. 117–138 C.. 4th ed.3  6 . without punctuation: 15 January 1996 3. most Latinate forms of Greek words or proper names that have come into general use may be employed.. using the following format: 1.E. Era designations are to be set in capital letters followed by periods and without spaces.3) 1 Vitr. If multiple measurements and dimensions are cited. AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS 3.4 Chronological references. (“before the common era”) and C. e.E. fig.3) Vitruvius notes in De architectura (2. i.3. horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids are common. never in small caps.5 cm in height Measurements and dimensions in running text and in tables do not have to be brought to the same decimal point. 2. pl.p.5 Abbreviations.3.9 m 0.E.6  Transliteration of Greek words and names. 3 or line numbers.7 References to classical literature. All numerical dates are to be written in their entirety.C.C.e.. they should be brought to the same decimal point. No apostrophe is needed between the year and the “s”: 240s In citing radiocarbon dates. and proper adjectives should be c ­ apitalized: As noted by Vitruvius (De arch. 3 eds.3. 293/2 B. b. (G. 3.C.c.F. hereafter OCD   )..E.. italicized according to the list of abbreviations given in The Oxford Classical Dictionary. Units of measurement should be abbreviated in the text. Hornblower and A. 15) are common. Spawforth. lowercase letters (b. for example. although the editors reserve the right to modify it to conform to current AJA editorial policy. but it is advisable to specify this convention at the first mention in the text: 4000 b. Only the first word.C. or 1 See.g. In the transliteration of Greek.. [Oxford 1996]. Authors who wish to do so may follow the system recommended in AR 45 (1998–1999) inside cover.5 x 1.) may be used for uncalibrated determinations. (uncalibrated) Modern dates should be cited as day/month/year. 3. Authors are at liberty to use any system of transliteration that is intelligible and reasonably consistent. Systems for the transliteration of other languages may be found in Manual of Foreign Languages. 3rd ed. (“common era”). 208/9 C. 2. (S. chapter. e.) should be used in notes and parenthetical references within the text but otherwise written in full: Horizontal bands below the rim on the interior of bowls and lids (e.3–0. Common abbreviations (fig. paragraph.E.D. Latin titles are preferred. References to decades should be identified by their century and expressed in numerals..c.

3. No in-text citations are to be used. 2nd ed. plates. 1 I  nscriptions in corpora are cited using Arabic numerals only by inscription number. 220. Authors are encouraged to consult in addition ChicagoMS15 §§16. Woodhead [Cambridge 1981] 6–11) and Conventions in Editing: A Suggested Reformulation of the Leiden System (S. (A. Inscriptions should be marked according to the Leiden system. there should be no space before or after the vertical line: The inscription (Calder 1928. no.6–11 and 5. inscriptions may be written continuously. Inscriptions quoted within the text should be written with a division of lines corresponding to those on the stone: ἀγαθῆ [τύχη Μακεδὼν καὶ Πάμφιλος οἱ Παμφίλου ἱερασάμενοι τῆ γλυ5 κυτάτη πατρίδι τὴν ἀνάστασιν τοῦ ξοάνου παρ’ ἑαυτῶν ἐποιήσαντο Appearing in notes. or bibliographical citation only. should be set in italics throughout the text.8 Foreign terms and phrases. or commentary in addition to short bibliographical citations whose full form is given in a list of all cited works. Articles will end with a list of all works cited. 4. the year of publication. These citations should consist of the author’s last name.3. AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS Format and Style 4. in alphabetical order by last name of first author.4 below. Bibliographical citations in footnotes should appear in chronological order and be drawn from the list of cited works appearing at the end of the article. published at the end of the article. and relevant inclusive pages. etc. without page references.  7 . amplification.90–120 and ColumbiaGOS §§2. 417) reads: ἀγαθῆ [τύχη | Μακεδὼν καὶ Πάμ|φιλος οἱ Παμφίλου | ἱερασάμενοι τῆ γλυ||κυτάτη πατρίδι τὴν | ἀνάστασιν τοῦ ξοά|νου παρ’ ἑαυτῶν | ἐποιήσαντο. Sample citations are provided in §§4. If a line break occurs within a word.1 Notes may contain explanation. Familiar words and phrases in a foreign language should be set in Roman type unless there is a risk of confusion with an identically spelled English word: in situ terminus post quem raison d’être limes Isolated words in a foreign language that are likely to be unfamiliar to readers. such as technical terms.G.. except for references to primary ancient sources. Notes may consist of discussion only. sections. the abbreviation “no.9 Inscriptions. figures. discussion and bibliographical citation.3 Notes. with a single upright line (|) used to mark the beginning of each line and a double upright line (| |) used to indicate the beginning of every fifth line.1–3.” or intervening periods/commas: IG 22 65 line 23 CIL 1(2) 327 Bibliographical References and Footnotes General Policy 4.2 Works cited. Dow [Durham 1969]). as outlined in The Study of Greek Inscriptions.

86. New York: Routledge. 1 Hunter et al.. C. pl. The Creation of the Roman Frontier. see also Margreth 1993. The reference list entry is given first. 1990. 43.E. 1 2 4.3. remains of wall paintings were found on the floor of neighboring Room S (Tomabechi 1986. 104–5. ibid. 1 4. cit. cf. Balzar 1996. 47–106.4 Abbreviations. or ff. 23. 235) notes that the four “classic” nodule types had not yet appeared in MM II–III. 164–82. 1997. 20). Margreth 1993. Studies in Crime: An Introduction to Forensic Archaeology.. cit.5 Inclusive Roman numerals should be given in full: xxii–xxxviii cvi–cix AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS 4. 4. J. 30 n. 4 Geagan 1995a. 1 Curtis and Green 1997. and A. Martin.3. 1997. Green. on the basis of the script. 1 2 MULTIPLE-VOLUME WORKS CITED 1 Lane 1904. 1985. 42. 265–87. and A. Notes containing no supplementary information should be formatted as follows: SINGLE-VOLUME WORKS CITED Harrison 1982. Works not listed there should be written out in full.2 Notes with discussion and bibliographical citations. Fitzmyer 1983. Balzer 1996. J. Abbreviations of ancient authors and works should be those listed in OCD3 xxix–liv.3. followed by a sample note entry: ONE AUTHOR Dyson... loc. MULTIPLE WORKS CITED 1 2 MULTIPLE REFERENCES TO THE SAME WORK OR AUTHOR Lancaster 1998. Do not use abbreviations such as f. 31 The following should not be used: ad loc. 36b. 1:71–2. 1997b. 4. Abbreviations of titles of periodicals and standard reference works are given in §9. 306. must be cited thus: 7–14 46–8 89–112 100–4 112–14 201–16 523–29 1004–7 1396–430 4. 3 Jones 1937. 1 Dyson 1985. 163) to the first century C. Notes containing secondary discussion in addition to source documentation should be formatted in the author-date style as follows: Hallager (1996. Excavations at Khirbet Khatuniyeh. inter alia.2 below. idem. TWO OR MORE AUTHORS Curtis. When it is necessary to have notes refer to other notes. op. 54).  8 . Blümel 1966. Princeton: Princeton University Press. Carlisle 1998. Hunter. 3 Smith (1990. 16–20. Roueché 1993.6 Sample references to books in list of works cited. 1999. Lancaster 1998.L. London: British Museum Press. 164–82. 108–18. S. for “following page(s)”. 46–51.3 Supra and infra references.1 Notes with bibliographical citations only. 2 The inscription has been dated by Robert (1966. Page numbers. 40) follows the same line of reasoning as Hall 1992.. inclusive page references. 40–53. 1997. 1999. 3 Hamilton 1997a. passim. use “supra” and “infra” (without italics) instead of “above” and “below”: Although no paintings have been reported in Room X (supra n. Roberts. separated by an en-dash.

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1992. 113–19. New York: Metropolitan Museum of Art. 27–9. Journal for the Study of the Pseudepigrapha Suppl. 4. P.. Introduction to The Mycenaean Origin of Greek Mythology. 1 Büsing 1982. and E. Wainwright.” JdI 97:1–45. 372–73. 1982. 1 Hägg 1998. AND SIMILAR PARTS OF A BOOK de Montebello. 1.. “La composition architecture des temples de Pagan. Reprint. edited by P. Handbook of the Cesnola Collection of Antiquities from Cyprus. H. 1988.8 Sample references to journal articles. 1914. Originally published in H. 1 Mendels 1998. Original edition. PREFACE. G. 1 Goren and Segal 1995. Y. (Leuven: Leuven University Press. CHAPTERS OR OTHER TITLED PARTS OF A BOOK Snodgrass. New York: The Metropolitan Museum of Art.W. 1 Vermeule 1972. 1999. 113–36. Oulhen. 139–57. fig.” In Identity. by I. 1990. 1974. 571–72. 1 Wainwright 1999. Muscarella. by O. 1 Myers 1974. 4. New York: Arno. Antiquity 73:717–19. Berkeley: University of California Press. and Historiography: Studies in Hellenistic History. 149–72. Vermeule. Stockholm: Paul Åströms Förlag. De Keyser. 1972. 1 Hoff 1988. Rennes: Presses Universitaires de Rennes. 1 de Montebello 1988. A. Mendels. INTRODUCTION. J. 1998. THESES AND DISSERTATIONS Hoff. Review of The Archaeological Process: An Introduction. CHAPTER ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ELSEWHERE Markle. by P. and I. JOURNAL WITH NO VOLUME NUMBER Pichard. vii–xiii. 1988. Hodder. Schepens. M.” In La guerre en Grèce à l’époque classique. 49–56. Brulé and J. Oxford: Oxford University Press and Clarendon Press. M. 718. “The Roman Agora at Athens. C.” In Ancient Greek Cult Practice from the Archaeological Evidence. 7. no.. “Survey Archaeology and the Rural Landscape of the Greek City. Carafa. 1999. Hägg. Foreword to Bronze and Iron: Ancient Near Eastern Artifacts in the Metropolitan Museum of Art.  10 . FOREWORD. Price. AJA 103(3):571–73. 161. D. 1 Markle 1999.L.” Ph. “Osteology and Greek Sacrificial Practice.9 Sample references to unpublished materials.REPRINT EDITION Myres. eds.C.” In The Greek City from Homer to Alexander. 24. edited by R. Segal. 1995.” Israel Journal of Chemistry 35:155–65. 144–50. G. Religion. 1 Smith 1999. Review of Il Comizio di Roma dalle origini all’età di Augusto. JOURNAL ARTICLE (with journal in AJA list of abbreviations) Büsing.C. 43. JOURNAL ARTICLE (with journal not in AJA list of abbreviations) Goren. SkrAth 8º. “Metrologische Beiträge. 1990). Murray and S. la lance et l’équipement connexe. by M.7 Sample references to parts of books in works cited list. 4.P. 15.D. “La sarisse macédonienne. 1999. 162–65. Originally published in AJA 81 (1977) 323–39. “On Early Myths and Formative Technologies: A Study of Pre-Pottery Neolithic B Sculptures and Modeled Skulls from Jericho. AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS BOOK REVIEWS Smith. Sheffield: Sheffield Academic. Purposes of History: Studies in Greek Historiography from the 4th to the 2nd Centuries B. edited by O. Nilsson. 1998.M. M. 1 Snodgrass 1990.P. “The Polemical Character of Manetho’s Aegyptiaca. Verdin. E. R. 109–11.” CRAI:357–74. Sather Classical Lectures 8. Hägg. diss. Boston University. 1 Pichard 1992.

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Université libre. Revue annuelle de l’Institut d’archéologie de l’Université d’Ankara Anatolica Anatolica: Annuaire international pour les civilisations de l’Asie antérieure AnatSt Anatolian Studies. Acta Musei Apulensis AquilNost Aquileia nostra AR Archaeological Reports (supplement to JHS) Archaeology Archaeology. An Official Publication of the Archaeological Institute of America Archaeometry Archaeometry. Revue annuelle des études d’archéologie et d’histoire en Turquie AnalBoll Analecta Bollandiana AnalFran Analecta Franciscana AnalOr Analecta Orientalia AnalRom Analecta Romana Instituti Danici Anatolia Anatolia. Zeitschrift für Archäologie und Kulturgeschichte AnzAW Anzeiger für die Altertumswissenschaft AnzSchweiz Anzeiger für schweizerische Altertumskunde AnzWien Anzeiger. Republic of Cyprus AnnTor Annuario della Accademia delle scienze di Torino ANRW H. sociétés. Università di Bari AnnÉconSocCiv Annales. Revista de prehistoria. ed. Mitteilungen des Archäologischen Instituts der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften AntAfr Antiquités africaines AntCl L’Antiquité classique AntCr Antichità cretesi AntDenk Antike Denkmäler AntHung Antiquitas Hungarica Antiquity Antiquity. Athenische Abteilung: Beiheft ­ AmerAnt American Antiquity AMIran Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran Ampurias Ampurias. Bruxelles AnnPisa Annali della Scuola normale superiore di Pisa AnnRepCypr Annual Report of the Director of the Department of Antiquities. Oxford University ArchAnthrop Archiv für Anthropologie ArchAusgr Archäologische Ausgrabungen ArchAustr Archaeologia austriaca ArchCl Archeologia classica ArchDelt Archaiologikon Deltion (’Αρχαιολογικὸν Δελτίον) ArcheologiaPar Archeologia. civilisations AnnFaina Annali della Fondazione per il Museo “Claudio Faina” AnnInst Annales Institutorum AnnLiv Annals of Archaeology and Anthropology [Liverpool] AnnLux Annales de l’Institut archéologique du Luxembourg [Arlon] AnnNap Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia. A Quarterly Review of Archaeology AntJ The Antiquaries Journal. Philologisch-historische Klasse AOAT Alter Orient und Altes Testament Apulum Apulum. The Journal of the Society of Antiquaries of London AntK Antike Kunst AntK-BH Antike Kunst. Institut de philologie et d’histoire. Università degli studi di Perugia AnnPhilHist Annuaire. arqueología y etnología AmtlBer Amtliche Berichte aus den königlichen Kunstsammlungen AMUGS Antike Münzen und geschnittene Steine Anadolu Anadolu.AM-BH AJA INSTRUCTIONS FOR CONTRIBUTORS Mitteilungen des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts. Beiheft AntP Antike Plastik AntW Antike Welt. Aufstieg und Niedergang der römischen Welt (Berlin 1972– ) ANSMN American Numismatic Society Museum Notes Antaeus Antaeus. Bulletin of the Research Laboratory for Archaeology and the History of Art. Wien. Università di Napoli AnnParis Annales de l’Université de Paris AnnPerugia Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia.. Trésors des âges [Paris] ArcheologiaRom Archeologia. Rivista bimestrale [Rome]  18 . Journal of the British Institute of Archaeology at Ankara AncEg Ancient Egypt AncW The Ancient World AnnAcFenn Annales Academiae scientiarum Fennicae AnnArch Annales archéologiques AnnArchBrux Annales de la Société royale d’archéologie de Bruxelles AnnArchStorAnt Annali del Seminario di studi del mondo classico: Sezione di archeologia e storia antica AnnBari Annali della Facoltà di Lettere e Filosofia. Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Temporini. Économie.

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