Welcome to JIIA & ADR
Sunday, 03 April 2005

The "Journal of Intercultural and Interdisciplinary Archaeology" (Acronym: JIIA) is an online serial publication on archaeology, antiquity sciences and archaeological applied sciences.
It is interdisciplinary and concentrates particularly on the problems of interculturality in the ancient world.
It uses scientific contributions offered freely by scholars from the university and scientific research world and organises the open-access dissemination of the research results.
The JIIA is registered with the Court of Frosinone, Italy, entry no. 303/2003, has been a member of the USPI (Italian Periodical Press Union) since 2003, has been allocated International Standard Serial Number (ISSN) 1824-1670 by the National Italian ISSN Centre and is protected by Italian copyright law as a collective work.
The JIIA was formed (on the 10th of October 2003) solely on personal initiative, is non-profit, and is supported and protected by the constitution of a Scientific Council and a Committee of Honour (2005).
As from 2005 the JIIA is a peer reviewed journal.
The online peer review procedure will lead to an "open access and collaborative archaeological network".
Primary data and accompanying metadata inflow is into the ADR (Archaeological Disciplinary Repository), based on a MyOPIA, MySQL Online Publications Index Administration (OAI compliant), installation: the first archaeological disciplinary repository in the world, modelled on the open access archives protocol, guaranteeing metadata harvesting and thus the high visibility and widespread international dissemination of the research.
Registration with Open Access Initiative guarantees unconditional compliance to the philosophy and ethics of the open access archives movement.
The works donated by scholars and authorised for publication on the JIIA remain the property of their respective authors together with all moral and patrimonial rights; permission for publication of the images accompanying the scientific articles, for scientific purposes, is granted by their respective owners.


Last Updated ( Tuesday, 20 December 2005 )