Archaeologia Islandica is the first and only venue specially dedicated to aspects of Icelandic archaeology and material culture and provides a forum for the wider dissemination of such work to the international community. The scope of the journal covers any aspect of archaeology and material culture relating to Iceland from the 9th century colonization of the island by Vikings to 19th century emigration of Icelanders to Canada – and beyond.
Papers of archaeological fieldwork and artifact studies as well related historical, ethnographic and linguistic research are all welcomed, as are papers on material from outside Iceland but which are clearly relevant to discourses on Icelandic archaeology and material culture.
See the contents of published issues, below.
All submissions should be sent to the editor, Orri Vésteinsson, at Archaeologia Islandica, Bárugötu 3, 101 Reykjavík, Iceland; emails should be sent to Orri Vésteinsson marked Re: Archaeologia Islandica.
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