The Journal was founded in 1924 by the great Romanian archaeologist, Vasile Pârvan. Its first series appeared during 1924-1956. The new series started in 1957 up to date. It is usually published in one volume a year, consisting of one issue with a total average number of 350 pages. The Journal publishes original papers, written in French, English, German, in any area of Romanian archaeology, including the auxiliary and connected branches of archaeology covering the Ancient and New Stone Age, Bronze Age, Iron Age, Age of Migrations, Greek, Roman and Mediaeval Ages, a report of the Institute's scientific activity during the previous year, a numismatic chronicle, a book review and a report of the books which entered the Institute's library in the previous year. The Journal has at present a number of 350 exchanges with journals of repute from all over the world. All manuscripts are strictly refereed and only papers of high quality are accepted for publication.
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