Covering the whole range of archaeology, from Palaeolithic to medieval times, the Oxford Journal of Archaeology is the premier English language journal of European and Mediterranean archaeology. Publishing four issues a year, it provides topical coverage of current research in Prehistoric, Classical and later European archaeology, with contributions from an international cast of academics and field workers. It encourages debate and is essential reading for anyone studying European archaeology.
Researchers say Neanderthals were no strangers to good parenting
Archaeologists at the University of York are challenging the traditional view that Neanderthal childhood was difficult, short and dangerous.
Archaeoastronomers claim Alexandria was built to align with Alexander the Great's birth date
Clay pot fragments reveal early start to cheese-making, a marker for civilization
(Phys.org)—As a young archaeologist, Peter Bogucki based his groundbreaking theory on the development of Western civilization on the most ancient of human technology, pottery. But it took some of the most modern developments ...