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ACTA ad archaeologiam et artium historiam perinentia

ACTA is the Norwegian Institute in Rome’s journal, and publishes articles about the Mediterranean region's archaeology, art history and within the Institute’s broader interdisciplinary mission. ACTA is an international, open access journal. As of 2018, the journal is published in a paper and an electronic version.

ACTA is the Norwegian Institute in Rome’s journal, and publishes articles about the Mediterranean regions archaeology, art history and within the Institute’s broader interdisciplinary mission. ACTA is an international, open access journal. As of 2018, the journal is published in a paper and an electronic version.

ACTA’s managing editor (2017-2020) is Christopher Prescott and editorial secretary is Manuela Michelloni. Volumes are usually thematic, and to each number a prominent scholar is invited to serve as guest- or co-editor. The editor is happy to receive suggestions for the theme of future volumes. ACTA is peer-reviewed.

ACTA was first published in 1962, and published both monographs and articles at irregular intervals. In 2004, ACTA became a journal and is published annually.

From the start, ACTA has been an internationally oriented publication, with articles in English and Italian. Contributions are of high academic quality, and deal with original and central empirical, methodological, theoretical and interpretative issues in or relevant to the archaeology and art history of the Mediterranean region.

The editors may be contacted through the journal’s editorial secretary

Manuela Michelloni (manuela.michelloni@roma.uio.no) or managing editor Christopher Prescott (christopher.prescott@roma.uio.no).

As of 2009 ACTA is printed and distributed by Scienze e Lettere S.r.l. <info@scienzeelettere.com> and publishing house editor Helga Di Giuseppe <helgadigiuseppe@scienzeelettere.com>. Previous volumes may be purchased through Scienze e Lettere or downloaded from FRITT- UIO Universitetsbiblioteket.

 

Published Jan. 22, 2015 4:40 PM - Last modified Mar. 23, 2018 6:26 PM