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Late Antique Archaeology is published annually by Brill, based on papers given at the conference series of the same title, which meets annually in the UK. Contributions generally aim to present broad syntheses on topics relating to the year’s theme, discussions of key issues, or try to provide summaries of relevant new fieldwork. Although papers from the conference meetings will form the core of each volume, relevant articles, especially syntheses, are welcome from other scholars.

To buy copies of Late Antique Archaeology please go to http://www.brill.nl/laa.
To subscribe to LAA9 and 10 and future issues go to http://www.brill.nl/laaj

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The volumes published so far:

LAA 10. Local Economies?  Production and Exchange of Inland Regions in Late Antiquity,
Edited by Luke Lavan
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LAA 9. Field Methods and Post-Excavation Techniques in Late Antique Archaeology,
Edited by Luke Lavan and Michael Mulryan
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LAA 8. War and Warfare in Late Antiquity, 2 vols
Edited by Alexander Sarantis and Neil Christie
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LAA 7. The Archaeology of Late Antique Paganism,
Edited by Luke Lavan and Michael Mulryan
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LAA 6. Religious Diversity in Late Antiquity,
Edited by David Gwynn and Susanne Bangert
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LAA 5. Objects in Context, Objects in Use. Material Spatiality in Late Antiquity,
Edited by Luke Lavan, Ellen Swift and Toon Putzeys
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LAA 4. Technology in Transition A.D. 300-650,
Edited by Luke Lavan, Enrico Zanini and Alexander Sarantis
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LAA 3.2. Housing in Late Antiquity: From Palaces to Shops,
Edited by Luke Lavan, Lale Ozgenel and Alexander Sarantis
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LAA 3.1. Social and Political Life in Late Antiquity,
Edited by William Bowden, Carlos Machado and Adam Gutteridge
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LAA 2. Recent Research on the Late Antique Countryside,
Edited by William Bowden, Luke Lavan and Carlos Machado
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LAA 1. Theory and Practice in Late Antique Archaeology,
Edited by Luke Lavan and William Bowden

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Submissions

Late Antique Archaeology is to be published annually by Brill, based on papers given at the conference series of the same title, which meets annually in the UK.Contributions generally aim to present broad syntheses on topics relating to the year’s theme, discussions of key issues, or try to provide summaries of relevant new fieldwork. Although papers from the conference meetings will form the core of each volume, relevant articles, especially syntheses, are welcome from other scholars. All papers are subject to approval by two referees.

All papers are subject to satisfying the comments of two anonymous referees, managed through the discretion of the series editor, Luke Lavan. The editorial committee includes Albrecht Berger, William Bowden, Averil Cameron, Beatrice Caseau, James Crow, Simon Ellis,  Sauro Gelichi, Jean-Pierre Sodini, Bryan Ward-Perkins and Enrico Zanini.

Journal abbreviations follow those used by the American Journal of Archaeology, whilst literary sources are abbreviated according to the Oxford Classical Dictionary (3rd ed. Oxford 1999) xxix-liv and when not given here, following A. H. M. Jones The Later Roman Empire (Oxford 1964) vol.2, 1462-76, then G. W. H. Lampe A Patristic Greek Lexicon (Oxford 1961).

For a copy of the Notes for Contributors in Word 6.0 (PC format) is available from l (dot) a (dot) lavan (at) kent (dot) ac (dot) uk.

  

 

 

 

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