Asia Anteriore Antica (AsiAnA) is an international Journal of Ancient
Near Eastern Cultures founded and edited by scholars of different
disciplines and approaches (philology, linguistics, history,
archaeology), and cooperating in common research and field projects
based on an interdisciplinary perspective. It reflects a
multidisciplinary approach, involves even distant chronological,
cultural and geographical horizons, and focuses on the analysis of
multicultural processes from different perspectives.

The core of the journal consists of in-depth historical, economic and
cultural studies, preliminary excavation reports and materials relating
to fieldwork so as to provide a useful tool and to furnish the academic
world with unpublished information concerning on-going research. In line
with its multidisciplinary aims, it will also include papers on the
applied sciences employed in the realm of Near Eastern studies (e.g.
radiocarbon dating, dendrochronology, archaeometry) together with
studies on research methodologies and their potential.

We invite submission of articles (approximately 10000 words) presenting
unpublished research in history, archaeology and related social sciences
in a period stretching from the fourth to the end of the first
millennium B.C. and pertaining to a geographical area centered upon
Anatolia, the Levant, Mesopotamia and Iran. We also encourage submission
of shorter contributions on Near Eastern studies addressing specific
questions and problems.

All papers must follow the rules of the 1970 UNESCO convention
(Convention on the Means of Prohibiting and Preventing the Illicit
Import, Export and Transfer of Ownership of Cultural Property).

All articles will be peer-reviewed according to the Journal's usual

Completed manuscripts should follow the author guidelines of
the journal (<>)
and should be submitted after Login or Register through the online system.

Completed manuscripts are due by January 31, 2024.