Jerusalem Journal of Archaeology (JJAR) is an open-access, peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal that publishes original papers on the archaeology and cultural history of the Levant and adjacent regions. The Journal accepts papers dealing with all aspects of the ancient Near East and Levantine archaeology from the Lower Paleolithic to the present. The editors particularly welcome original interdisciplinary studies that incorporate methodologies of various fields to open new horizons of archaeological research.
Volume 3 (2022)
Special Issue: Natural Caves and Underground Artificial Features
Guest editor: Yinon Shivtiel
Special Issue: Epigraphic Studies
Editors: Yosef Garfinkel and Avraham Faust
Special Issue: State Formation Processes in the 10th Century BCE Levant
Editors: Avraham Faust, Yosef Garfinkel, and Madeline Mumcuoglu