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Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean

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Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean  
Disciplinearchaeology
LanguageEnglish
Publication details
Publication history
since 1990
Publisher
PCMA UW, WUW
Frequencyannual
Open access
yes
Standard abbreviations
ISO 4
PAM
Indexing
ISSN1234-5415 (print)
2083-537X (web)
Links

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Polish Archeology in the Mediterranean (PAM) – annual scientific journal published in Warsaw since 1990 by the Polish Centre of Mediterranean Archaeology of the University of Warsaw (PCMA UW); since 2007, published jointly with the University of Warsaw Press.

Initially, it published the results of work by Polish archaeologists working with PCMA UW expeditions in the Mediterranean region (in Egypt, Syria, Iraq, Cyprus). Over time, PAM evolved into a fully peer-reviewed journal with an extended subject area. The territorial scope covers the broadly understood Middle East and North Africa region, including the Arabian Peninsula and the Caucasus. The chronological range covers periods from prehistory through all historical periods to the Late Islamic period. Since 2013, additional thematic fascicles on specific topics have been published occasionally.[1]

All volumes of the journal are available online in open access. The journal is indexed, inter alia, in the CEEOL – Central and Eastern European Online Library (beginning with volume 17)[2] and Index Copernicus (beginning with volume 24)[3].

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References[edit]

  1. "PAM Journal". pcma.uw.edu.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-23.
  2. "Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean". ISSN 1234-5415.
  3. "Publishers Panel". pam-journal.pl. Retrieved 2020-09-24.


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