Frequency: 4 times per year (quarterly)
Mass Media Registration Certificate:
КВ № 432 of 23.02.1994
Language: Ukrainian, English.
Arheologia is a research journal of the Institute of Archaeology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine discussing problems of archaeology. Arheologia is a research journal in archaeology based in the Institute of Archaeology, the National Academy of Sciences of Ukraine. The journal presents articles on ancient history and archaeology from prehistory till the Early Modern period, publications of new materials and research results regarding the sites situated on the territory of Ukraine and beyond, biographic materials, reviews and chronicles. The journal’s audience are historians, local lore researchers, teachers, students of historical departments, general public interested in the ancient history of Ukraine.
The journal publishes articles for free. It does not place advertisement and is fully supported by the state.
The policies of the editorial board of Arheologia are based on the Principles of Transparency and Best Practice in Scholarly Publishing.
Arheologia publishes original articles of individual authors or teams of authors. The editorial board strictly adheres to the anti-plagiarism policy and publishes only those articles that have been checked.
All published material is subject to a double-blind review.
In its work, the editorial board of the journal Arheologia is guided by the international ethical rules of scientific publications and adheres to the open access policy.
Since 2016 the research publications of Arheologia are provided with digital object identifiers (DOI) by CrossRef.
Arheologia is referred in the refereed journal Dzherelo; an electronic copy of the journal is kept at the
V. I. Vernadsky National Library of Ukraine.
The Journal Arheologia is in the List of Scientific Academic Periodicals of Ukraine by the Ministry of Education and Science of Ukraine.
Arheologia can be subscribed via SE “Press” subscription index – 74006.
Full journal texts are available:
Published since 2012 - on the site of the V. I. Vernadsky National Library;
Published during 1947-2016 - on the site of the Association of Ukrainian Archaeologists;
Published since 2016 - on the website of the journal Arheologia.