The aim is to solve archaeological problems by integrating scientific and technical methods and employing a wide range of disciplines, e.g. soil chemistry, bone chemistry/DNA, palaeopathology, archaeobotany, diet, metallurgy, textiles, structure analyses of various materials, prospecting, preservation of objects etc. Authors from the Nordic–Baltic area are especially welcome. Articles are peer-reviewed by competent editors and renowned experts.

 


Laborativ arkeologi becomes JONAS

The journal Laborativ Arkeologi has been published under the auspices of the Archaeological Research Laboratory at Stockholm University since 1986. In 1995 the sub-title Journal of Nordic Archaeological Science was introduced. Starting with volume 13 (published in October 2002), the journal continues under the name of Journal of Nordic Archaeological Science, acronym JONAS (new ISSN: 1650-1519).