Iranica Antiqua

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Iranica Antiqua  
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Discipline Archaeology, Oriental Studies, Iranian Studies
Language English
Edited by E. Haerinck, B. Overlaet
Publication details
Publication history
1961-present
Publisher
Peeters Publishers, Leuven (Belgium)
Frequency Annual
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Indexing
ISSN 0021-0870 (print)
1783-1482 (web)
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Iranica Antiqua is a scholarly journal publishing papers on ancient Iran in its broadest sense. The journal was established by Iranist Roman Ghirshman and Louis Vanden Berghe in 1961. The journal is edited by Prof. Em. Dr Ernie Haerinck and Dr. Bruno Overlaet, Belgium. Articles are in French, English or German.

According to its official website, the journal publishes different articles such as "preliminary excavation reports, contributions on archaeological problems, studies on different aspects of history, institutions, religion, epigraphy, numismatics and history of art of ancient Iran, as well as on cultural exchanges and relations between Iran and its neighbours".[1]

Iranica Antiqua is abstracted and indexed in the Arts and Humanities Citation Index and Current Contents/Arts & Humanities, Linguistic Bibliography, Index Islamicus, Scopus, INIST/CNRS, Crossref, Thomson Scientific links.

Supplement series : The aim of this series is to provide an opportunity for publication of more substantial works of monograph length and collective works on particular themes.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Peeters online journals. "Iranica Antiqua". 

External links[edit]

Official website