The Journal of Egyptian Archaeology (JEA)
ISSN 0307 5133
The JEA is a leading international journal for the publication of Egyptological research. The journal publishes scholarly articles (main articles and brief communications), fieldwork reports, and reviews of Egyptological books. It is published annually, towards the end of the subscription year.
Members of the Society can choose to receive the Journal each year as part of their subscription. For further details, or to join online, please click here.
JEA 102 is now in production and will go to press around late January/early February: check its preliminary contents and read for free the first report from Qubbet el-Hawa, a joint University of Birmingham/EES mission under field director Martin Bommas.
Contents of previous volumes:
Editorial Board and Contact Details
For the volume currently in production, JEA 101 (2015), please contact the Editor-in-Chief, Dr Martin Bommas:
Dr Martin Bommas
Reader in Egyptology
Department of Classics, Ancient History and Archaeology
University of Birmingham
Birmingham B15 2TT
Submission of Manuscripts
Prospective contributors should submit copies of their manuscripts in a form suitable for refereeing, editing and typesetting according to the JEA Guidelines for Contributors posted below. Submitted manuscripts are subject to anonymous refereeing.
Manuscripts accepted on the basis of anonymous referee report are then revised by contributors for final submission. Accepted manscripts are allocated to particular issues of the JEA dependent on the time taken for the refereeing process, timely submission of final manuscript, and remaining availability of space in particular issues of the journal; the decision lies with the editors. The editors will seek to include an accepted submission in the next volume in which space is available, but reserve the right to hold over a manuscript to the following edition of the journal according to circumstance. The JEA has no formal deadline for submission.
Details for manuscript submission and house style can be found in the JEA Guidelines for Contributors (version 2.3, pdf posted 09-2013).
The JEA Abbreviations for Journals and Series (version 4, pdf posted 09-2013) is a developing resource, which is likely to be revised regularly.
The JEA is committed to making research available as widely as possible. Our contributors may therefore upload copies of their articles to suitable depositories after the embargo date of 1 October following the year of publication (i.e. articles published in the 2014 volume, JEA 100, can be made public from 1 October 2015).
Back issues and online access
Back issues of the Journal can be purchased from the Society's London office or our Online Shop.
The full set of back issues of the Journal are available digitally via JSTOR with a five-year rolling wall and, from spring 2017, via SAGE Publishers up to the most recent volume. Those belonging to an academic institution with Athens access should be able to access the JEA on JSTOR through their institutional subscription. SAGE Online will be available as an add-on to EES membership for just £25 per year.