Archeologia e Calcolatori
Archeologia e Calcolatori
CNR DIPARTIMENTO SCIENZE UMANE E SOCIALI, PATRIMONIO CULTURALE
ISTITUTO DI STUDI SUL MEDITERRANEO ANTICO
JOURNAL ESTABLISHED BY: Mauro Cristofani and Riccardo Francovich - EDITOR: Paola Moscati

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Overview by Year

Overview by Year

Through evaluating the content of Archeologia e Calcolatori in a systematic way, it is possible to extract editorial details as well as information about the increase in publication or the people who participated in it. Throughout the years there have been a fairly constant number of contributions per issue. There is a noticeable peak in 1996, as a result of the publication of the proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Computing and Archaeology, which saw the participation of 109 authors coming from 16 countries, mostly European but also from US and Mexico.

An overview of the 27 nationalities of 561 authors gives a picture of the scholars who have contributed to the journal. The three dominating nationalities are Italian, French and English, followed by Spain and the US. Such a variety reflects the high interest raised by the journal among the specialists in the field of archaeological computing as well as the increasing number of international research projects which have chosen to present their results in Archeologia e Calcolatori.

Following the multilingualism principle promoted by the journal, the languages include Italian (317 articles) with 57% of the total number of contributions; English (166 articles) with 30% of the total, followed by French (53 articles) with 10%. The other languages are less frequent, Spanish and German representing the remaining 3% of the total amount.

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