We welcome you at EULIMENE, a refereed academic periodical which hosts studies in Classical Archaeology, Epigraphy, Numismatics, and Papyrology,
with particular interest in the Greek and Roman Mediterranean world. The time span covered by EULIMENE runs from the Late Minoan / Sub Minoan / Mycenean period
(12th / 11th cent. BC) through to the late Antiquity (5th / 6th cent. AD).
EULIMENE will also welcome studies on anthropology, palaiodemography, palaio-environmental, botanical and faunal archaeology,
the ancient economy and the history of science, so long as they conform to the geographical and chronological boundaries noted.
Broader studies on Classics or Ancient History will be welcome, though they should be strictly linked with one or more of the areas mentioned above.
It will be very much appreciated if contributors consider the following guidelines:
1. Contributions should be in either of the following languages: Greek, English, German, French or Italian. Each paper should be
accompanied by a summary of about 250 words in one of the above languages, other than that of the paper.
2. Accepted abbreviations are those of American Journal of Archaeology, Numismatic Literature, J.F. Oates et al.,
Checklist of Editions of Greek and Latin Papyri, Ostraca and Tablets, ASP.
3. Illustrations should be submitted in .jpg or .tiff format of at least 1,200 dpi (dots per inch) for line art and 400 dpi for halftones
(grayscale mode) resolution. All illustrations should be numbered in a single sequence.
4. Please sumbit one hard copy of your text and a version on a digital storage media (CD or DVD).
It is the author’s responsibility to obtain written permission to quote or reproduce material which has appeared in another publication or is still unpublished.
Offprint of each paper in .pdf format, and a volume of the journal will be provided to the contributors.
Subscriptions – Contributions – Information:
Mediterranean Archaeological Society, P. Manousaki 5 – V. Chali 8, Rethymno – GR 74100
Dr. Nikos Litinas, University of Crete, Department of Philology, Rethymno - GR 74100
Assist. Prof. Manolis I. Stefanakis, University of the Aegean, Department of Mediterranean Studies, Rodes - GR 85100