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Academic Scope and Subjects covered by the Journal 

Since its appearance, the journal has been positioning itself as supranational and interstate one. It was created to establish links and unite academic activities in archaeology, history, numismatics, sigillography and epigraphy in the whole world and, in particular, in the post-Soviet space.

The journal’s main goal is to inform academic community on new results and achievements in the field of the journal’s scholarly interests.

Materials in Archaeology and History of Ancient and Medieval Crimea facilitates professional communication between a wide circle of specialists in archaeology, history and other auxiliary historical disciplines, as well as enables familiarization of readers worldwide with recent academic research and developments.

Subjects are not limited either regionally or chronologically. They include results of analytical research, interpretations and high-quality publication of new sources. Contributions on archaeology, history, numismatics,  sigillography and epigraphy are accepted along with papers on auxiliary historical disciplines.