Submission Preparation ChecklistAs part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.
- The subject matter of the journal is historical archaeology: the investigation of past cultures with a literary tradition. Preference is given to issues connected with but not limited to: 1) arms, armour and conflict archaeology ; 2) archaeology of textiles, 3) man and nature: animals, plants, environments, 4) history of religion and cult and funeral rite and 5) architecture. We also accept other areas of research, i.e. the history of material culture in its broadest sense.
- Max. 20 printed pages permissible.
- The author has a choice of sections: 1) Articles; 2) Materials and Discoveries; 3) Essays, Polemics and Reviews.
- The author receives preliminary information about the acceptance of the article for further proceedings within 30 days. After being accepted by the editorial staff, the manuscript is sent to two reviewers (usually waiting for a review not longer than 60 days). A declaration of non-conflict of interest is requested.
- The texts submitted must meet certain conditions. Please check that your text complies with the editorial guidelines before submitting.
Declaration by the author submitting the paper for publication
I declare that the manuscript sent is original, has not been published before and is not currently being considered for publication elsewhere.
I confirm that the manuscript has been read and approved by all the authors mentioned and that there are no other persons who would meet the criteria for authorship but were not mentioned. In addition, I confirm that the order of the authors listed in the manuscript has been approved by all the authors.
I confirm that the corresponding author is the only contact with the Editorial Board in the editorial process, and is responsible for communicating with other authors and informing them about the progress, corrections and final approval of the article.
PRIVACY AND COOKIE FILES POLICY
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3. The Administrator has appointed a data protection officer. You may contact the DPO via e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org or by a letter to the address of the seat of the administrator with a note Data Protection Officer. You may contact the DPO in all matters related to the processing of your personal data by the Institute.
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5. Scope and goal of personal data processing
5.1 You may contact IAE PAS via portal to create an account for a user related to the editorial process or as a recipient of the contents published on the platform. As part of the editorial process of a journal you may contact us via e-mail, letter, telephone and you provide us voluntarily with your personal data such as: name and surname, e-mail address, affiliation, corresponding address, data for the contract, telephone number and other. These data are gathered and processed in accordance with the aim for which they were delivered. The data are conveyed voluntarily but they are indispensable for the realization of a particular goal and their withdrawal will make the realization of the intended goals impossible.
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5.2.3 The above given data are not associated with particular people browsing the Internet website of a journal. They are used to provide particular services to our Users and for administrative aims and the statistics.
6. All personal data will be stored at the Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology PAS for the time of the goal achievement for which they were made available to us and for the time resulting from specific provisions.
7. The Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology PAS does not profile your personal data and does not process them for marketing purposes.
Personal data will not be delivered to a „third country” or to an international organization
8. The Institute of Archaeology and Ethnology PAS makes every effort to secure all the data. But your own activities are also of great importance. Please remember the basic rules of a safe user:
- while registering at our Open Journal System platform you should pay attention to the fact that the password should be difficult to guess, should contain a string of characters and numbers and small and capital letters;
- all works on OJS platform: please perform them on a trusted computer and do not use the public networks.
- do not remember the login and the password on the computer.
- please keep the login and password secret after using them and log off each time from the page (by using the button SIGN OUT).
9. According to RODO you have the right to:
- access the data , - correct the data, - right to be forgotten, - right to restrict the scope of processing, - right to data portability, - right to object, - right to lodge a complaint to a supervisory authority dealing with personal data protection – President of the Data Protection Office, ul. Stawki 2, 00-193 Warszawa.
10. If you are of the opinion that while processing your personal data we do not proceed correctly or we proceed in an unlawful manner, please inform us by letter or e-mail.