Polish Archaeology in the Mediterranean editors are extending the deadline for paper submissions for the 28th volume of the journal until 31 August. On the latest list of scientific journals published by the Polish Ministry of Science and Higher Education, articles in the PAM journal received 70 points.
The thematic fascicle of the issue will be dedicatied to the subject of ancient lightning devices and related issues. The editors invite research articles on finds from a broadly understood Mediterranean and Near East (including the Arabian Peninsula and the Caucasus), as well as northeastern Africa. While the Greek and Roman periods will figure strongly in view of the proliferation of traditional terracotta oil lamps, research reflecting a temporal scope from prehistory to the medieval Islamic period is more than welcome. The guest co-editor for this volume is Laurent Chrzanovski, archaeologist and historian, author of many publications on lighting in antiquity.
Traditionally, research articles placed within the cultural, chronological and territorial scope of the journal, which is the broadly understood Mediterranean and Near East (including the Arabian Peninsula and the Caucasus), as well as northeastern Africa, from prehistory to the beginnings of the Modern Age.