The Centre for Research on the Antiquity of Southeastern Europe, University of Warsaw publishes the annual Novensia (ISSN 0860-5777) since 1987. It includes articles in English, Russian, Polish, Bulgarian, German and French. The works are usually focused on Greek and Roman antiquity related issues in general and the sites excavated archaeologically by the Centre in particular.
Among other things Novensia contains the results of fieldwork carried out by the Centre in Novae, Risan, Scodra, Tanais and Konsulowskoye.
The journal also publishes papers on various types of ancient finds and treatises on antique culture and its relation with the Barbaricum. Novensia also includes the papers from conferences organized by the Centre.
For prospective authors
Authors interested in publishing their works in Novensia are requested to become familiar with our reviewing procedure and the technical requirements for texts, summed up in the Guidelines below.
Guidlines for Novensia authors (pdf)
Editor-in-chief: prof. dr hab. Piotr Dyczek
Editor: Tomasz Płóciennik, MA
Scientific board of the Novensia journal
Prof. Piotr Dyczek - chairman
Prof. Wojciech Nowakowski
Dr hab. Tomasz Scholl
Dr hab. Jerzy Żelazowski
Dr Martin Lemke
Tomasz Płóciennik, MA
Prof. Leszek Mrozewicz (Gniezno)
Prof. Wojciech Nowakowski (Warszawa)
Prof. Luan Përzhita (Tirana)
Dr Evgenia Genczewa (Sofia)
Dr Svetlana Naumienko (Rostov)
Dr Gerda von Bülow (Berlin)
Print run : 300 copies
Publisher: Antiquity of Southeastern Europe Research Centre
Ośrodek Badań nad Antykiem Europy Południowo-Wschodniej
Ul. Krakowskie Przedmieście 26/28
00-927 Warszawa Mazowieckie
Telephone: 0048 22 552 25 20
Novensia 27, 2016
Volume 27 contains a variety of papers concerning Lower Danube limes archaeology: Roman army logistics in Moesia inferior, two texts on bone material from Novae, an analysis of spindle-whorls and charcoal samples and two texts on Risan.
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