Studies in Egyptian Archaeology and Science (SEAS) is a peer-reviewed open access journal aimed at archaeologists and scientists with particular interest in Egypt from c. 5300 BCE to 1517 CE who want to advance or monitor the establishment or development of scientific methods in the area of Egyptian Archaeology.
SEAS invites original research papers, focus articles, and reports on the use of established techniques of wide archaeological significance which further the knowledge of Egyptian culture, history and social history through science.
The Journal guarantees an international forum for archaeologists, scientists and Egyptologists from widely different scientific backgrounds who are determined to drive debates based on reliable and verified scientific data derived from archaeological research.
SEAS welcomes original papers which
- Address questions within Egyptology/ Early Islamic History studies.
- Are based on archaeological research in the field or museums.
- Present innovative science.
- Make use of established techniques in new ways.
- Characterise far-reaching and global applicability.
SEAS combines Egyptian Archaeology and Egyptology with the following areas of scientific research:
1) Physical and chemical dating methods, which provide absolute and relative chronologies.
2) Artefacts studies regarding material analysis and provenance.
3) Environmental studies including climate, diets and nutrition etc.
4) Geophysics, including remote-sensing and ground-radar inspection.
5) Conservation, including decay-processes.
Editorial Board of SEAS comprises of academics from institutions all over the world. Collaboration of each member of the Editorial Board increases the quality of the peer review process which supports our vision through making sure that every submitted manuscript is reviewed under high ethical standards and following through with fair decisions on publication.