Author guidlines to submission for publishing in Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia

Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia

ISSN 2084-4409

DOI: 10.15584/anarres

Insti­tute of Archa­eology

Rze­szów Uni­ver­sity

ul. Moniuszki 10

35–015 Rze­szów



Andrzej Rozwałka;

Edi­to­rial Secretary

Mag­da­lena Rzucek:

Abstracts of articles from Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia are published in the Central European Journal of Social Sciences and Humanities

Editorial Committee

Prof. Sylwester Czopek – Rzeszów University, Poland

Doc. PhDr. Eduard Droberjar, Dr. – Hradec Králové University, Czech Republic

Prof. Michał Parczewski (redaktor tematyczny/theme editor) – Rzeszów University, Poland

Prof. Aleksandr Sytnyk (redaktor tematyczny/theme editor) – Ukrainian National Academy of Sciences, Lviv, Ukraine

Ass.-Prof. Mag. Dr. Alexandra Krenn-Leeb – Vienna University, Austria

Permanent Team of Reviewers

Prof. Grzegorz Domański – Szczecin University, Poland

Dr. Florin Gogaltan – Institute of Archaeology and History of Art, Romanian Academy of Sciences, Cluj-Napoca, Romania

Dr. Mikola Kryvaltsevich – Institute of History, National Academy of Sciences, Minsk, Byelorussia

Prof. Jerzy Libera – Maria Curie-Skłodowska University in Lublin, Poland

PhDr. Jaroslav Peška, Ph.D. – Palacký University of Olomouc, Czech Republic

Prof. Jerzy Piekalski – Wrocław University, Poland

If necessary other reviewers also give opinions on some submissed articles

Paper version is a primary version of Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia

Ana­lecta Archa­eolo­gica Res­so­viensia is inte­re­sted in rese­arch questions and results of field survey, of all periods in Poland, Cen­tral and Eastern Europe, field archa­eolo­gical methods, ana­lysis and inter­pre­ta­tion of archa­eolo­gical remains and theory of archa­eology. All volumes are devoted for sepa­rate, distinct pro­blems. Already publi­shed volume No 4 con­tains the­ore­tical articles about inter­pre­ta­tion of mate­rial cul­ture, and volume No 5 – works of the youn­gest gene­ra­tion of archa­eolo­gists. In volume No 6 there are works con­cen­trated around coope­ra­tion of archa­eolo­gists, anth­ro­po­lo­gists and socio­lo­gists. In volume No 7 there are articles focused on pro­blems of archa­eolo­gical inve­sti­ga­tion of Medieval and modern cities, and in volume No 8 works devoted to funeral archaeology, No 9 articles are focuses on stone age archaeology, No 10 devoted rituals in the past, No 11 evoted to studies on the bronze age and early iron age.


Please, submit separate text and graphics files. Our preferred text format is Microsoft Word. If submitting your manuscript as a Word file DO NOT embed figures and tables in the text. Figures should be submitted as separate high-quality JPG or TIFF files. Resolutions must be 300dpi or higher and image dimensions should be full-page width 125mm and the maximum acceptable height is 170mm.

The title page should contain: author’s name, author’s affiliation, the article title. An abstract in English is to be provided, no longer than 150 words, accompanied by a list of 5-6 key words.

Submitted text should be written in English or German and Polish.

All submissions are considered by the Editor in the first instance. Suitable papers are peer-reviewed.


Authors will receive a proof of their article as a PDF file. Please note that only typographical or factual errors may be corrected at proof stage.

Reviewing procedure

1. The editorial board of Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia shall ensure the proper substansive level of the texts, good quality and appropriate choice of the diagrams.
2. All the received articles are initially assessed and evaluated in order to to check if they are compliant with the profile of the journal and if they meet all the requirements provided in the ‘Information for the authors’. If the articles fail to comply with the profile or do not meet the requirements provided in the ‘Information for the authors’ they are returned to their authors together with a letter of explanation.
3. All the published papers are double-bind reviewed ( both the reviewer and author identities are concealed from the reviewers, and vice versa, throughout the review process.).
4. The assessment is made with the use of review template.
5. Every article is assessed by two external reviewers independent of the scientific department afiliated by the author of the article. The names of the reviewers are published on the editorial page of each volume and on the editorial website.
6. Each review is summed up with a clear conclusion stating either about the authorisation for printing (either as it stands or after the changes), or the rejection of the article.
7. The authors of the articles are required to include the reviewers’ remarks or to explain the rejection of the remarks. In case of divergent reviews the aricle may be processed for publication only if it received positive opinion from the third reviewer. In case when both reviewers give their negative opinion, the editorial may reject the article from publication


References should be listed alphabetically at the end of the paper and referred to in the text by the author’s surname, date of publication and page number, e.g. (Blake 1998, 59), or (Kruk, Milisauskas 1983, 259). Where there are three or more authors, only the first author’s name is given in the text, followed by et al., e.g. (Sofer et al. 2000, 814). Full numbers for pages and dates should be used, e.g. 35-37, 123-135. Footnotes should be avoided.

In order to save editorial time, please use the following template for the list of references to articles submitted to Analecta Archaeologica Ressoviensia:

Journal articles

Bogucki P. 1993. Animal traction and household economies in Neolithic Europe. Antiquity 67(256), 492-503.

Kruk J. and Milisauskas S. 1983. Chronologia absolutna osadnictwa neolitycznego z Bronocic, woj. kieleckie. Archeologia Polski 28(2), 257-320.

Single-author or book editors

Czerniak L. 1980. Rozwój społeczeństw kultury późnej ceramiki wstęgowej na Kujawach. Poznań: Wydawnictwo Naukowe UAM.

Zych R. 2008. Kultura pucharów lejkowatych w Polsce południowo-wschodniej (= Collectio Archaeologica Ressoviensis 7). Rzeszów: Instytut Archeologii UR.

Hodder I. (ed.) 1991. Archaeological theory in Europe. The last three decades. London: Routledge.

Multiple author or book editors

Kristiansen K. and Larsson T. B. 2005. The Rise of Bronze Age Society. Travels, Transmissions and Transformations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Czebreszuk J. and Müller J. (eds.) 2004. Ausgrabungen und Forschungen in einer prähistorischen Siedlungskammer Großpolens 1. Forschungsstand. Erste Ergebnisse. Das östliche Feuchtbodenareal (= Studien zur Archäologie in Ostmitteleuropa 2). Poznań, Kiel, Rahden (Westf.): UAM w Poznaniu, CAU zu Kiel.

Contribution to a book

Iwaniszewski S. 2006. Megalityczny obrządek pogrzebowy i neolityczny krajobraz w mikroregionie stryczowickim na Wyżynie Sandomiersko-Opatowskiej. In J. Libera and K. Tunia (eds.), Idea megalityczna w obrządku pogrzebowym kultury pucharów lejkowatych. Lublin, Kraków: Instytut Archeologii UMCS, Instytut Archeologii i Etnologii PAN O/Kraków, 259-269.

Kulczycka-Leciejewiczowa A. 2006. Kultura ceramiki wstęgowej kłutej w południowej Polsce. In M. Kaczanowska (ed.), Dziedzictwo cywilizacji naddunajskich: Małopolska na przełomie epoki kamienia i miedzi (= Biblioteka Muzeum Archeologicznego w Krakowie 1). Kraków: Muzeum Archeologiczne, 9-21.

In the case of subsequent works by the same author in the list of references, the name is repeated in all cases and followed by the date of publication

Gediga B. 2007. Problemy obrazu kultury wczesnej epoki żelaza na Śląsku w świetle nowych badań terenowych. Śląskie Sprawozdania Archeologiczne 49, 123-146.

Gediga B. 2010. Śląsk – regionalna prowincja kultury halsztackiej. In B. Gediga and W. Piotrowski (eds.), Rola głównych centrów kulturowych w kształtowaniu oblicza kulturowego Europy Środkowej we wczesnych okresach epoki żelaza (= Biskupińskie Prace Archeologiczne 8; PAN O/Wrocław. Prace Komisji Archeologicznej 18). Biskupin-Wrocław: Muzeum Archeologiczne w Biskupinie, Komisja Archeologiczna PAN O/Wrocław, 187-218.