In the Editorial of the most recent issue of the European Journal of Archaeology, our General Editor Alan Saville writes that
“…for the first time since the EJA appeared in April 1998, this is a combined double issue of the journal. There are two reasons for this. Firstly it is part of the continuing effort to bring the date of issue of the journal back in line with its cover date. Secondly, it accords with recently reviewed proposals of the EAA Boards to have the flexibility of publishing combinations of two or even three issues of the journal to accommodate contributions relating to particular themes or conference sessions. The current issue is therefore by way of an experiment in this direction.”
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