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Old November 10th, 2012, 10:35 AM   #1
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anyone know good journals?


I'm looking for journals focused on early medieval/late antique europe. Anyone give me some good ones? My favorite time lump is 300-800, or so.
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..this one, does what it says on the tin really

Wiley: Early Medieval Europe
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..this one, does what it says on the tin really

Wiley: Early Medieval Europe
thank you. I came across that one today. looks really cool.
any others?
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The Johns Hopkins University Press

Revue Antiquité tardive
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I do speak french, but I think reading academic french is beyond my abilities. Too bad, too, because the best stuff is probably in french, at least what I'm looking for..
My excuse: I'm American
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I do speak french, but I think reading academic french is beyond my abilities. Too bad, too, because the best stuff is probably in french, at least what I'm looking for..
My excuse: I'm American
They still publish a lot of English material. Although this journal is not specifically early middle ages, you'll still find early medieval and occasionally late antique material in it regularly: Speculum - The Medieval Academy of America
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Old November 27th, 2012, 03:52 PM   #7
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Maney Publishing puts out quite a few specialized journals that might be worth a look. A few examples, depending on what your area of interest is:

Arms and Armour

Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies

Medieval Archaeology

You might also check out what's available from Dumbarton Oaks, for Byzantine materials in particular (also pre-Columbian Americas).
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