Papers of the British School at Rome

The Papers of the British School at Rome exists to publish work related to the archaeology, history and literature of Italy and other parts of the Mediterranean area up to modern times, both by the staff of the BSR and its present and former members, and by members of the academic community engaged in top-quality research in any of these fields.

Contributions are expected to be written in such a way as to be intelligible and appeal to the broad interdisciplinary readership of the journal, while also presenting original, cutting-edge research in the individual specialist fields.

The Papers is edited by the Faculty of Archaeology, History and Letters of the Council of the BSR, and is a refereed journal.

Since vol. 79 (2011) PBSR has been published by Cambridge University Press (in print and online) on behalf of the BSR. Content is available via the Cambridge Journals online platform. Articles can be found on FirstView as they become available, with the full volume published in early October.

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The Editors of the Papers (vol. 85 onwards) are Professor Alison Cooley, Professor Trevor Dean and Professor Aristotle Kallis.

‘Notes to Contributors’ can be found here

Latest volume of PBSR

The Papers - vol 88 (2020)

Volume 88 of the Papers of the British School at Rome is now available online.

The Papers of the British School at Rome is a peer reviewed international journal devoted to research on Italy from the whole range of the humanities disciplines. It contains articles on the entire period from prehistory to the contemporary, and with important archaeological news, including the latest discoveries in the city of Rome.

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