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Editorial office

Staff members of the Department use the scientific journal and monographs to regularly publish information about excavations in progress and the results of scientific activities. While interim results and smaller studies are published in the periodical, the monographs are reserved for the final and summary documentation, analysis and interpretation. The in-house editorial team prepare the manuscripts for printing.
In addition to the periodical Madrider Mitteilungen that appears every year, the Madrid Department publishes three monographic series: Madrider Beiträge, Madrider Forschungen and Iberia Archaeologica. The five volumes of the series Hispania Antiqua present an overview of the entire archaeology of the Iberian Peninsula, from its beginnings to the early Middle Ages. The series of early studies on finds of animal bones from the Iberian Peninsula is dedicated to skeletal remains.
In addition, academic and scientific articles are published in periodicals both in Spanish, Portuguese, French and English, reflecting the collaboration with our Spanish, Portuguese and Moroccan colleagues.

 

A list of all publications can be found here in PDF format (01/2013).

Editorial activities

Authors who are interested in having their work published must please send their manuscripts to the directors of the Department as the editors of the publications. The manuscripts must be drafted in accordance with the guidelines for publications of the German Archaeological Institute. More information is available in the information leaflet of the Madrid editorial office.

 

Contact

Deutsches Archäologisches Institut, Abt. Madrid

- Redaktion -

Serrano, 159

E - 28002 Madrid

 

Contact person

Prof. Dr. Thomas G. Schattner

Nele Miethig, MA

Tel. +34 91 5610904
Fax +34 91 5640054

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  • 09/09/2014 - 14/09/2014

    From a dusty dig to the dusty shelves

    more information

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    9th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology

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    From a dusty dig to the dusty shelves

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    9th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology

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    From a dusty dig to the dusty shelves

    more information

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    9th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology

    more information

 
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    From a dusty dig to the dusty shelves

    more information

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    9th Symposium of the International Study Group on Music Archaeology

    more information

 
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    From a dusty dig to the dusty shelves

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Recent projects

  • 24.10.2013

    The language of clothes along the Silk Road: What does their wardrobe speak to us about humans between 1000 BC and 300 AD? more

  • 22.10.2012

    Frühe protourbane Zentren im nordwestpontischen Raum? Untersuchung einer Cucuteni-Tripol´e-zeitlichen Großsiedlung more

  • 07.05.2012

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Completed projects

  • 06.07.2011

    Russian Federation: Barsuchij Log more

  • 21.06.2011

    Russian Federation: Chicha more

  • 21.06.2011

    Russian Federation: Suchanicha more

Recent publications

  • 28.07.2014

    Epigraphische Forschungen auf der Arabischen Halbinsel more

  • 28.07.2014

    Baghdader Forschungen more

  • 15.06.2014

    MIRAS more

Contact

The German Archaeological Institute (DAI) is a »scientific corporation« of the Federal Institution under the auspices of the Foreign Office. The staff of the Institute carries out research in the area of archaeology and in related fields and maintains relations with international scholars.
Furthermore, it organizes congresses, colloquia and tours, and informs the public through the media about its work.  

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