The Archaeological Journal presents the results of archaeological and architectural survey and fieldwork on sites and monuments of all periods as well as syntheses and overviews of such work in the British Isles.
Individual papers are now published online via our publishers, Taylor & Francis, with the paper journal being published annually. The journal can be accessed through most university libraries as well as some local and regional libraries and is sent to all of our Ordinary members. If new libraries or institutions would like to stock the journal, please contact Taylor & Francis directly.
The first 120 years of our journals, from 1844 to 1963, Volumes 1-120, are freely available for download via the Archaeology Data Service.
In addition, all of our journals, from 1844 to present, Volumes 1-173, are now available online to those with password access via our publishers, Taylor & Francis. In order to access the journals, please ensure that you are logged in (using the login facility on the left hand column of this screen) before clicking on the button below.
Please note that subscribing libraries should have their own direct link to the Taylor & Francis website.
The Editor of the Archaeological Journal seeks high-quality contributions for Volume 174 for 2017. The final submission deadline for Volume 174 issue 2 is 1st August 2016 - see the information below for further details and guidance for contributors.
Submissions should be sent to:
Professor Howard Williams
Honorary Editor, The Archaeological Journal
Department of History & Archaeology
University of Chester
howard.williams [at] chester.ac.uk
The extensive reviews section of the journal is highly regarded as providing current scholarly assessments of a wide range of publications of interest to the readership. Book reviews for Volumes 169 (2012) to 171 (2014) are available as downloadable PDFs.
Book reviews for Volume 172 onwards are published online and the full text is available to members on the Taylor & Francis website. The most current book reviews can be found under the 'Latest Articles' tab on the Taylor and Francis website, and previews of each review are available to non-members. For lists of book reviews published for Volume 172 onwards, please see our book reviews page.
Books for review should be sent to:
Dr Kate Waddington
Reviews Editor, Archaeological Journal
School of History, Welsh History & Archaeology
rai.reviews [at] gmail.com
The Institute publishes a report of its summer meeting each year. We hope to digitise back issues of these and make them available to our members shortly.