Antiquity is an international, peer-reviewed journal of world archaeology. The journal is published six times per year, in February, April, June, August, October and December. It has a global readership of archaeology professionals and the wider community; submissions should therefore emphasise the broader relevance of findings and present these in a concise and accessible format.
Please note, from 1 January 2021, Antiquity will be using double blind peer review for all new submissions.
Submission guidelines, publication policies and workflow information relating to Antiquity can be found below.
- Antiquity Submission Guidelines (PDF)
- Antiquity Ethical Statement (PDF)
- Antiquity Corrections Policy (PDF)
- Antiquity Production Workflow (PDF)
- Antiquity Peer Review Workflow (PDF)
- Antiquity Media Workflow (PDF)
- Antiquity Equality & Diversity Statement (PDF)
Submissions should conform to one of the following categories:
5000 words & 10 figures maximum
Articles presenting significant new research, results or advances in archaeology. Antiquity publishes on all aspects of archaeological research, encompassing all periods and all regions.
To be eligible for consideration, authors must demonstrate that this research is of interest to our global readership and has not been previously published elsewhere.
3000 words & 8 figures maximum
To be eligible for consideration, articles must present newly applied or newly developed methodological techniques.
3000 words & 6 figures maximum
Articles presenting matters of interest to the archaeology profession and on archaeology’s interaction with society.
To be eligible for consideration, articles are expected to address matters that are of broad significance and are contentious, with the aim of stimulating discussion.
1500 words & 6 figures maximum
Project Gallery articles are short, online-only publications intended to showcase research of broad international relevance, including new results set in context, significant fieldwork discoveries and innovative applications of technology. We look in particular to promote research from underrepresented regions.
Please note that the word limits stated MUST include ALL text. This includes affiliations, acknowledgements, references, table contents and all figure and table captions. Any submission that exceeds the published word limit will be returned to the author(s) before peer review. No individual table should take up more than two pages of A4 at 12-point font and 1.5 line spacing.
Authors are strongly advised to review recent copies of Antiquity and to read the full submission instructions on the Antiquity Submission Guidelines (PDF) before submitting a manuscript. Submitted manuscripts that do not adhere to Antiquity’s standards will be returned to the author(s). If you are unsure whether an article is suitable for Antiquity, please contact the Editor prior to submission (editor [at] antiquity.ac.uk).