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Dissertationes Archaeologicae is a journal published by the Eötvös Loránd University Faculty of Humanities Institute of Archaeological Sciences, which has been published since 1958 and publishes articles in the field of archeology in English, German, French and, for some topics in Hungarian. Every article has an abstract in English with respective keywords.
The mission of Dissertations Archaeologicae is the publication of archaeological publications examining the historical eras between the prehistoric and early modern periods in the areas of Europe, the Mediterranean coast and the Middle East. In addition to scientific studies, the journal regularly publishes field reports. It monitors archeology and related publications and regularly publishes reviews of them. A separate section is devoted to the display of abstracts of doctoral theses related to the field of science.
The journal offers without any charge its papers since its publication, as well as permits for any of its users to read, download, copy, distribute, print, search, or add a link to the complete texts of the paper, whenever doing it responsibly and mentioning the original. Dissertationes Archaeologicae appears in the following catalogues: DOAJ, ERIHPlus, ROAD, Sherpa Romeo. The journal is archived in ELTE EDIT repository, and it is an „MTMT Qualified Journal” from 2023.