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Materialy po arkheologii i istorii antichnogo i srednevekovogo Prichernomor'ya, Proceedings in Archaeology and History of Ancient and Medieval Black Sea Region, acronym – MAIASP (former name – Materialy po arkheologii i istorii antichnogo i srednevekovogo Kryma, Materials in Archaeology and History of Ancient and Medieval Crimea, acronym – MAIASK) is an international multilingual peer-reviewed academic journal, published with aim to cover topical issues of archaeology, history, numismatics, sigillography and epigraphy of Black Sea Region and as well as adjacent territories.

The journal is published under the aegis of Russian Association of Classical scholars.

Journal is published by Cimmeria Publishing. Its E-ISSN 2713-2021.

The journal is published annually original articles in Russian and English. All the papers are supplemented by abstracts in English and Russian.

The journal is registered as electronic media by The Federal Service for Supervision of Communications, Information Technology and Mass Media (Roskomnadzor).

Certificate number EL № FS 77 - 79079.

Since December 31, 2020, MAIASP is listed in the Catalogue of peer-reviewed academic journals and publications for publishing of principal scientific findings of dissertations.

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Yours faithfully, Editorial Board