Archeologia e Calcolatori is a peer reviewed open access journal
Since 1990 Archeologia e Calcolatori (ISSN 1120-6861, e-ISSN 2385-1953) has been an international observatory of theoretical and methodological aspects
of computing and information technology applied to archaeology.
Some specific aspects characterise the journal in the international panorama: the multilingualism, the dialectical relationship between
theory and experimentation, the continuous bibliographical updating, and the evaluation of techniques and methods through tangible
archaeological results. Periodical publication of special thematic issues and conference proceedings allows readers to appreciate the ongoing evolution of the
archaeologist’s approach to generate and spread digital information as applied when reconstructing the past. Since 2007 a new series of
Supplements to the journal (ISSN 2385-202X, e-ISSN 2385-2038) has also been published.
Archeologia e Calcolatori has joined the Open Archives Initiative,
adopting the OAI-PMH protocol. It is registered in the list of
OAI Data Providers
and in the Directory of Open Access Journals
Archeologia e Calcolatori is indexed in
as well as in the Clarivate Analytics'
Emerging Sources Citation Index
and is included in
Articles are also stored in the CNR
(Scientific Open-access Literature Archive and Repository) database of scientific publications.
Archeologia e Calcolatori is data provider of the Open Access Infrastructure for Research in Europe: the OpenAIRE
portal indexes all the journal's articles, provided with metadata harvested from the OAI repository and with links to the full-texts. Moreover, CulturaItalia
expose over 900 resources from the journal's archive.
Archeologia e Calcolatori is an ANVUR (Italian National Agency for the Evaluation of the Universities and Research Institutes)
in the scientific Areas 8 and 10.