Analysis Archaeologica

The main focus of the newly established journal Analysis Archaeologica lies in various problems related to the Western Mediterranean with its complex aspects and its numerous protagonists: Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Etruscans and indigenous ethnic groups. Special attention will be paid to cultural contacts and the transfer of culture between Orient and Occident and between different areas of the Western Mediterranean. Another key aspect of the journal is research regarding the Romanization of the Western Mediterranean and, more generally, the Roman phase up through Late Antiquity.

Editor in Chief: Salvatore De Vincenzo (Viterbo)

Associate Editors: Stefano De Angeli (Viterbo); Alessandro Naso (Roma); Monika Trümper (Berlin)

Editorial Board:
Judy Barringer (Edinburgh); Martin Bentz (Bonn);
Johannes Bergemann (Göttingen); Jacopo Bonetto (Padova);
Fabio Colivicchi (Kingston); Matteo D’Acunto (Napoli);
Gian Maria Di Nocera (Viterbo); Filippo Demma (Ancona);
Johanna Fabricius (Berlin); Marco Galli (Roma); Klaus Geus (Berlin);
Erich Kistler (Innsbruck); Enzo Lippolis (Roma);
Carlos Márquez Moreno (Córdoba); Attilio Mastino (Sassari);
Marina Micozzi (Viterbo); Raffaella Pierobon (Napoli); Silvia Polla (Berlin);
Chiara Elisa Portale (Palermo); Jonathan Prag (Oxford);
Christoph Reusser (Zürich); Thomas Schäfer (Tübingen);
Stephan Schmid (Berlin); Gianluca Soricelli (Campobasso);
Tesse Stek (Leiden); Nicola Terrenato (Ann Arbor); Stephan Verger (Paris);
Raimondo Zucca (Sassari)

Editorial Staff: Maria Amodio (Napoli); Chiara Blasetti Fantauzzi (Göttingen); Gian Franco Chiai (Berlin); Anca Dan (Paris); Cristina Murer (Berlin)
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