Method of peer review
single-blind undertaken by a specialist member of the Board or an external specialist
Byzantine Seals and Sealing, Coins, Prosopography, Administrative History, Imperial Dynasties and Aristocracy, Iconography, Collections and Museums, Conservation, 4th- 15th c.
Accepts Contributions in Open Access
Studies in Byzantine Sigillography will publish primarily proceedings of the International Symposia of Byzantine Sigillography held every ca. 3 years. This is the leading periodicum for Byzantine Sigillography
John W. Nesbitt
Main Languages: English, French
Additional Language: German
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